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ABC澳洲新闻:2013-10-172013-11-05
Six Australians have died in a plane crash in Laos. All 49 people on board the plane perished when it plunged into the Mekong River as it was trying to land at an airport in the country’s south. It’s believed bad weather may have been a contributing factor.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-11-012013-11-05
Reports that Australia has been spying on Indonesia. That's prompted an angry response from Jakarta. The country's Foreign Ministry has summoned Australia's ambassador to question him about the reports that Australia has used its embassy in Jakarta and indeed in Bali to collect intelligence. He says if surveillance has taken place, it would be a serious breach of security.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-10-312013-11-04
Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce says his department is investigating the latest breach of the system to protect live animal(口误) live exports from animal cruelty. New video footage obtained by the ABC shows Australian sheep being mistreated in the Middle East. The video was shot in Jordanearlier this month by animal activists and provided to the Lateline Promgram.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-10-292013-11-04
Prime Minister Tony Abbott has made a surprise visit to Afghanistan to mark the symbolic end of Australias longest war. Opposition leader Bill Shorten joined him on that trip.Mr Abbott told the troops war is ending not with victory or defeat, but with hope that Afghanistan will be a better place.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-10-162013-11-04
Let’s take a look at financial markets, and they tumbled in the US amid those concerns that congress may not now meet the deadline to raise the debt ceiling. Our business senator Peter Ryne says if the US does go off that fiscal cliff, it risks sparking another recession.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-10-282013-11-03
America's spy chief General Keith Alexander has denied ever discussing the alleged tapping of the German Chancellor's phone with President Obama. German media reports claim that Angela Merkel's mobile phone may have been tapped for more than a decade. They claim President Obama was told about the surveillance back in 2010, but failed to stop it.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-10-272013-11-03
The local share market finished higher today, buoyed by gains in energy and bank shares. The All Ordinaries Index put on 12 points and the ASX 200 added 13 points. Oil and gas producer Santos added almost two percent, while Woodside Petroleum put on half a percent.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-10-262013-11-01
A trough across the Top End is causing thundery showers with another trough bringing light rain and storms to northern and central WA. Cool, southwesterly winds are bringing light rain to Victoria and Tasmania.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-10-252013-11-01
Theres been a key development into police investigation into missing Melbourne school girl Siriyakorn Sirboon. The girl, also known as Bung, vanished while on her way to school more than two years ago. The ABC can reveal the taskforce set up to investigate her disappearance will be shut down.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-10-242013-10-31
The defense force has been blamed for setting the largest fire in the Blue Mountains. Rural fire service investigators say an explosion during ordinance training at Marangaroo sparked the state mine fire at Lithgow. The Defense Department says it will fully cooperate with authorities and is conducting its own investigation.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-10-232013-10-31
Let's take a look at some finance news now.And official figures out today are expected to show inflation picked up in the September quarter. Economists are tipping the consumer index rose by 0.8 of a percent over that period. Now that would put the annual inflation rate at 1.8 percent, which is below the Reserve Bank's target range.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-10-222013-10-30
Leading the news this morning.Strong winds overnight have hampered back-burning efforts in the Blue Mountains. Fire crews are trying to stop two large fires merging into one massive front. Their efforts were hampered overnight when they have to divert to protect homes from ember attack. Police have now charged two boys aged 11 and 15 over a large fire in Newcastle.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-10-212013-10-30
Authorities in New South Wales are warning that the state is facing an unprecedented bushfire danger. A state of emergency has been declared with weather conditions set to worsen in the next three days. Authorities worry that three large fires in the Blue Mountains could merge to form one massive fire front.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-07-272013-10-29
A cold front crossing southern WA is bringing damaging wind, showers and the odd storm. A trough ahead of the cold front is generating areas of light rain over South Australia.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-07-042013-10-29
Egypt’s army has ousted the country’s president and pointed an interim administration. The country’s constitution has been suspended and new elections will be held within 12 months. The news was greeted by wild sense of jubilation in Tahrir Square. President Mohamed Morsi says the army’s intervention is nothing short of a coup.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-07-022013-10-27
US whistleblower Edward Snowden has now asked Russia for political asylum. Russian officials have confirmed the request has been made. Mr. Snowden has been seeking asylum in Ecuador. He’s believed to be hold-up at the moments in a hotel of Moscow airport.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-06-292013-10-27
And inland trough is bringing showers to eastern New South Wales and southeastern Queensland while a high is directing onshore winds and the odd shower over southwest WA and coastal Victoria and South Australia.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-06-252013-10-27
An Indonesian people smuggler has been caught on camera, admitting he was involved in a fatal boat voyage. The boat carrying more than 200 people sank in June last year, killing up to 96 asylum seekers. In the video obtained by the ABC, he boasts about paying police to ensure the boats can leave Indonesia.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-06-192013-10-27
The Reserve Bank says it’s hoping the Australian dollar will continue falling and help rebalance the economy as the mining investment boom peaks. In the minutes from its June meeting, the RBA board also left the door open for further interest rate cuts.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-06-182013-10-25
The Federal Government is making its crackdown on 457 visas a top priority in the final two weeks’ parliament. The government’s running out of time to get hundreds of bill to pass. The Labor caucus will meet today for the second last time before the election amid continuing leadership chatter.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-06-152013-10-25
Let’s take a look at the satellite. A low pressure system is causing heavy rain and strong winds in eastern Victoria and bringing some rain into New South Wales, Tasmania and South Australia. There’re showers in the Pilbara region thanks to a trough over Australia’s west coast while rest of the country is mainly dry.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-06-142013-10-25
The flood threat in Traralgon in Victoria’s east has been downgraded for major to moderate. The drill and creeks peaked to lower than expected—4.3 meters. Rainfall in the area has eased this morning. Earlier, residents living along the creek were advised to leave their homes with up to 100 properties under the threat.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-06-132013-10-25
Police are preparing to spend a second day searching for the remains of anti-drug campaigner Donald Mackay who disappears 36 years ago. Now, it’s believed the Liberal Party candidate was murdered by the Mafia in the city of Griffith in 1977.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-10-192013-10-23
Let’s take a look at the satellite. A trough over Queensland is triggering showers and the odd thunderstorm in the gulf country. Another trough in the west is generating thundery showers over the interior and directing heat into South Australia. A high is keeping southeast Australia mostly clear and calm, leading to a cool morning.
ABC澳洲新闻:2013-06-032013-10-23
Workplace Relations Minister Bill Shorten will hold talks with Telstra and its contractor yesterday over the NBN asbestos scare. Several sites and three states are being shut down when asbestos were disturbed while pits were being prepared for workers.

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