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Legalising cannabis is about the only thing Germany's Free Democrats (FDP) could easily agree with the centre-left Social Democrats and Greens, the FDP leader has said, sounding cool on the possibility of forming a so-called "traffic light" coalition. Christian Lindner wants his business-friendly FDP to be kingmakers after Germany's national election on Sunday, at which the future course of Europe's largest economy is at stake after 16 years of steady, centre-right leadership under Angela Merkel. Opinion polls show a coalition of the centre-left Social Democrats (SPD) and Greens with the FDP, dubbed a traffic light alliance due to their party colours of red, green and yellow, is a real arithmetical possibility after the election.
Taste of freedom: Auckland residents rush to fast-food joints as Covid restrictions ease. Long queues didn’t deter Aucklanders hoping to get their first taste of takeaway food and coffee in more than a month
Actor was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, though cause of death has not been confirmed
In Vung Tau, just outside Ho Chi Minh city, streets are sealed and checkpoints are set up to control the movement of people. A coastal city with half a million people, Vung Tau was untouched by COVID-19 for most of the pandemic. The city's white sand beaches, which had been packed with tourists, were emptied and closed.
‘Everyone was nervous’: Victoria avoids serious damage after major earthquake rocks Melbourne. Seismologists believe 5.9 magnitude earthquake that hit Mansfield Wednesday morning is ‘probably largest in 175 to 200 years’
The House has approved legislation to fund the government, suspend its borrowing limit and provide federal disaster and refugee aid
‘Calculated risk’: Ardern gambles as New Zealand Covid restrictions easedElimination still the strategy but PM is relying on luck and people doing the right thing in easing measures while there are still new cases, say experts See all our coronavirus coverage Prime minister Jacinda Ardern is still pursuing a Covid elimination strategy but has eased restrictions while daily cases have averaged 17. Photograph: Getty Images
A flashy cop with a taste for fast cars falls from grace following the leak of spine-chilling footage of a brutal interrogation gone wrong.
The latest from Boris Johnson’s visit to the US makes headlines.
President Joe Biden is pushing well-off nations to do more to get the COVID-19 pandemic under control around the world as world leaders and health experts sound the alarm about the slow pace of global vaccinations
U.S. Border Patrol agents tied to images showing aggressive tactics on Haitian immigrants have been placed on administrative duties pending an investigation
A magnitude 5.8 earthquake struck Mansfield, Victoria, and was felt in Melbourne, the state’s capital, on September 22.This video posted to Instagram by Jeremy Gruzewski shows a partially-collapsed burger restaurant on Chapel St in the Windsor area of Melbourne.Geoscience Australia, the Australian government agency that reports on significant earthquakes, said the earthquake was detected at 9:15am and was 10-kilometres deep.Australia’s Prime Minsiter Scott Morrison said there were no reports of serious injuries as of Wednesday morning. Credit: Jeremy Gruzewski via Storyful
New Zealand may not get back to having zero coronavirus cases in the community, the director general of health said on Thursday, as the country continues efforts to stamp out the infectious Delta variant of the virus. New Zealand eliminated COVID-19 last year and had been largely virus-free, barring a small number of cases in February, until the latest outbreak of the Delta variant erupted in August, prompting Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern to order a nationwide lockdown. "We may not get back to zero but the important thing is we are going to keep finding any infections and basically continue to contact trace, test and isolate people so that we stop the virus circulating in the community... that's the aim," Ashley Bloomfield, the director general of health told Radio New Zealand.
A rare quake rattled southeastern Australia early Wednesday, shaking buildings, knocking down walls and sending panicked Melbourne residents running into the streets.
The Asian Development Bank has lowered its outlook for economic growth in developing Asia to reflect renewed coronavirus outbreaks as variants spread, prompting governments to restore or keep in place their pandemic precautions
Garson was best-known for playing flamboyant talent agent Stanford Blatch.
The inquest into the death of Yorkshire Ripper Peter Sutcliffe will begin on Wednesday September 22.
Border Patrol agents were recording whipping Haitian migrants
A top Southern Baptist Convention committee agreed Tuesday to fund a third-party investigation into its handling of sexual abuse allegations
Carlos the Jackal, who was behind some of the biggest terror attacks of the 1970s and 1980s, will attempt to have one of his three life sentences cut at a trial starting Wednesday in Paris.