Indonesian presidential candidate Prabowo Subianto will challenge the election result in court.
Protesters have interrupted former US president Bill Clinton's speech at the AIDS conference in Melbourne.
Former US president Bill Clinton has praised Foreign Minister Julie Bishop in Melbourne.
Major airlines have blocked flights to Israel after a rocket from Gaza struck near airport runways.
The black boxes recovered from flight MH17 in eastern Ukraine will be sent to British aviation experts.
NASA is celebrating 45 years since astronaut Neil Armstrong became the first human to set foot on the moon.
The iconic piano from Hollywood romance film Casablanca goes on sale at auction in New York in November.
The drug trial of UK celebrity Tulisa Contostavlos has collapsed after the judge doubted a key witness.
FX has renewed miniseries hit Fargo for a second season after the show was awarded 18 Emmy nominations.
A tree planted in Los Angeles in memory of Beatles guitarist George Harrison has been killed by beetles.
In today's Feed we see a massive go-kart pile-up, a baseballer being robbed of a home run and the Queen testing positive to morphine?
Roosters face a tough battle keeping their grand final-winning team together and under the salary cap.
St George Illawarra must act quickly and either appoint interim coach Paul McGregor to the position or let him know they will be looking elsewhere.
Victorian sports minister Damian Drum has defended his government's "phenomenal" record of investing in AFL football.
Collingwood have recorded one win from their past five AFL games, with coach Nathan Buckley saying it's up to his side to prove they're capable of more.
Fijian-born flyer Henry Speight has replaced departing fan favourite Nick Cummins in the Wallabies' 32-man squad for the Rugby Championship.
Gold Coast forward Tom Lynch has declared the rising Suns a different team in 2014, one that can cope without Gary Ablett.
Former Wallabies great Matt Burke says the game must hold firm on its locals-only selection policy
Ahead of a meeting with Sydney, Hawk Shaun Burgoyne said his club would be a different side to the one that lost to the Swans in round eight this season.
Australian Marinko Matosevic has beaten Dominican Victor Estrella Burgos to advance to the second round of the ATP Atlanta Open.
Australian cyclist Michael Rogers says his Tour de France stage win is a childhood dream come true.
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Marcus Luttrell and his team set out on a mission to capture or kill notorious Taliban leader Ahmad Shah, in late June 2005. Marcus and his team are left to fight for their lives in one of the most valiant efforts of modern warfare.
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