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    Australia to send first shipment of liquefied hydrogen to Japan

    Morrison government hails engineering milestone but researchers raise concerns and say it could increase emissions The purpose-built Suiso Frontier will ship the first load of liquefied hydrogen from Western Australia to Japan in the coming days. Photograph: Yuka Obayashi/Reuters Australia...
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    Israel signs $3.4 bln submarines deal with Germany's Thyssenkrupp

    A logo of Thyssenkrupp AG is pictured at the company's headquarters in Essen, Germany, November 21, 2018. REUTERS/Thilo Schmuelgen JERUSALEM, Jan 20 (Reuters) - Germany's Thyssenkrupp Marine Systems (TKAG.DE) will build three advanced submarines for the Israeli Navy in a deal worth 3 billion...
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    Woman sentenced to death in Pakistan over ‘blasphemous’ WhatsApp activity

    Aneeqa Ateeq says she was dragged her into a religious discussion so her accuser could take revenge Aneeqa Atee was accused of sending blasphemous caricatures of holy prophets and making remarks about ‘holy personages’ on WhatsApp. Photograph: Alamy A court in Pakistan has sentenced a woman...
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    Naomi Osaka says questions must keep being asked about Peng Shuai

    Naomi Osaka says people need to keep pressing in regards to the ongoing Peng Shuai situation, calling for top stars to continue to use their voice. Following her second round Australian Open win over Madison Brengle, Osaka was again asked about Peng, and whether it was a moral or a personal...
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    Texas synagogue hostage-taker was British

    A man who took four hostages at a synagogue in a suburb of Dallas, Texas, has been identified by the FBI as British citizen Malik Faisal Akram, 44. The man who interrupted a morning service in Colleyville on Saturday was shot and killed after a 10-hour standoff with police. All of the hostages...
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    What it takes to feel rich: How much Aussies need to earn to 'feel wealthy'

    The average Australian would need to earn over $300,000 a year to consider themselves as officially "rich", new research has found. Financial comparison site Finder found that in order to subjectively "feel" wealthy, most Australians would need to earn $326,900 per annum, some seven times...
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    Germany: 2 men charged in killing of their sister

    A German national flag waves in front of the German federal parliament, Bundestag, at the Reichstag building in Berlin, Germany, Wednesday, May 19, 2021. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn) Warning: This story contains details some might find distressing German prosecutors said Tuesday they have charged...
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    India's jobs crisis is more serious than it seems

    India's unemployment rate was more than 7% for most of 2021 Last week, a law graduate in India applied for a job as a driver. Jitendra Maurya was one of more than 10,000 jobless young people who turned up for interviews for 15 low-skilled government jobs in the central state of Madhya...
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    Joint air operations to flow from ‘historic’ defence pact between Australia and Japan

    Australia and Japan will immediately look to boost joint military exercises, including complicated air-to-air refuelling operations, after they sign a landmark treaty boosting defence ties. Prime Minister Scott Morrison and his Japanese counterpart Fumio Kishida will hold a virtual summit on...
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    Europe wants Australia’s help in developing rival to China’s Belt and Road

    Australians would be forgiven for thinking that their nation’s relationship with Europe is in tatters after the cancellation of the $90 billion French submarine contract. French President Emmanuel Macron still isn’t over what his government labelled a “stab in the back”, while negotiations over...
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    Girl, 3, Raped, Killed By Man In Relationship With Her Grandmother: Cops

    The grandmother has been detained for her role in the matter which was reported on December 25 after the child had gone "missing", the Noida Police said. Noida: The girl's body was recovered from an under-construction building. (Representational) Noida: The Noida Police on Monday arrested a...
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    Can someone explain the difference between the French Rafael vs Chinese J-10C?

    Is the J-10C really better than the Rafael? And what are the qualities that make the J-10C better? From all I have seen and researched the Rafael is miles ahead of the J-10C.
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    Shock after leaders of several far-right Hindu groups allegedly call for genocide of minorities in India

    The police finally registered a case against ‘unknown’ speakers after social media outrage A screengrab from a widely circulated speech where a religious leader identified as Prabodhanand Giri is seen giving an inflammatory speech (Screengrab/Video) A widely circulated video on social media...
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    Ankara Ready To Export Drones, UAVs To New Delhi In A ‘New Beginning’ For India, Turkey Relations

    Turkish company Zyrone Dynamics, which offers unique UAV solutions using advanced technologies, is preparing to ship its ZCQM multirotor mini-drone to India. Before the end of the year, Zyrone will ship the first mini multi-rotor drone and subsequent deliveries will continue in batches until...
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    Indonesia gives up on Russian aircraft purchase, instead turning to US and French options

    Indonesia is abandoning its plan to acquire the Sukhoi Su-35 Flanker-E. (AFP via Getty Images) MELBOURNE, Australia — Indonesia has admitted defeat in its attempt to buy Russian fighter jets and will now decide between the Boeing F-15EX Eagle II and the Dassault Rafale, according to the...
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    Global energy crisis propels Aussie resources exports to record $379 billion

    Surging gas and coal prices and a weaker Australian dollar are set to propel the country's resources and energy exports to a record $379 billion this financial year. The boom time for Australian companies was today outlined in the Resources and Energy Quarterly published for the December...
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    Vendors scramble as militant vegans crack down on eggs in India’s culture wars

    Ahmadabad, India: The raid came just after sunset. Plainclothes municipal workers swarmed into the busy neighbourhood, seizing contraband. The dealers ran or watched helplessly as the authorities took their illicit goods. And with that, the government had conducted a successful crackdown on...
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    French Defence Minister Offers Rafale Jets For India's 2nd Aircraft Carrier

    India had signed an inter-governmental agreement with France in September 2016 for the procurement of 36 Rafale fighter jets at a cost of around ₹ 59,000 crore. The French minister also referred to India's planned induction of a second aircraft carrier and said France could provide more Rafale...
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    Australia wins case against India's export sugar subsidies at World Trade Organization

    Australia exports between 80 and 85 per cent of it's raw sugar produced overseas. (Supplied by Queensland Sugar Limited) Australian canegrowers have won a long-running legal battle against Indian sugar subsidies, after the World Trade Organization (WTO) ruled in Australia's favour overnight...
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    SAAB offers Gripen at half of Rafale cost, with full tech transfer, local production to India

    In an interview to ThePrint, SAAB India CMD Ola Rignell highlights efficiency of Gripen, its offer to India, & the issues around its sales to Pakistan. A Saab AB Gripen E smart fighter aircraft on display during the Aero India air show at Air Force Station Yelahanka in Bengaluru in February...

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