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Infant among Australia suspect`s sex abuse victims: Philippines

 An 18-month-old girl was among the children allegedly sexually abused by an Australian man arrested in the Philippines last month, government investigators said Monday.

Australia bans travel to Iraqi city of Mosul under new law

The Iraqi city of Mosul, which is held by Islamic State movement fighters, today became the second terrorist hot-spot to be declared off-limits to Australians under new counterterrorism laws aimed deterring foreign fighters.

Heavy toll as Australian farmers struggle through drought

 On the road to Walgett a sign welcomes visitors: "Farming is not a way of life, it keeps everyone alive." But with drought taking a heavy toll on the region, farming has become a battle for survival.

Brother of Australian on Indonesia death row pleads for mercy

 The brother of an Australian facing imminent execution in Indonesia has appealed on national television for President Joko Widodo to spare the drug smuggler`s life.

ICC World Cup: Swing kings offer hope of checking World Cup run riot
ICC World Cup: Swing kings offer hope of checking World Cup run riot

Prior to this World Cup, there were plenty of pundits forecasting the tournament would descend into an orgy of run-scoring, with bowlers reduced to cannon-fodder.

World Cup 2015: Zee Media exclusive report from Perth

Watch Zee Media exclusive report from Perth, Australia only on Zee News.

Australia, Malaysia, Indonesia to trial new jet tracking system

Australia Sunday said it was trialling a "world first" system with Malaysia and Indonesia that increases the tracking of aircraft over remote oceans, allowing authorities to quickly react to abnormal situations such as the disappearance of MH370.

ICC World Cup 2015: Daniel Vettori `unsung hero` for New Zealand
ICC World Cup 2015: Daniel Vettori `unsung hero` for New Zealand

Veteran slow-bowler Daniel Vettori was hailed on Sunday as the "unsung hero" of New Zealand`s knife-edge one-wicket World Cup win over Australia for applying the brakes on the four-time champions just when they threatened a run rampage.

ICC World Cup 2015: England and Pakistan seek World Cup boost
ICC World Cup 2015: England and Pakistan seek World Cup boost

 England and Pakistan will both look to revive their faltering World Cup campaigns on Sunday.

Michael Clarke blames poor shot selection for narrow New Zealand loss
Michael Clarke blames poor shot selection for narrow New Zealand loss

Australia captain Michael Clarke attributed an over-emphasis on attack as the reason behind his team`s poor batting performance in the one-wicket loss to New Zealand in the World Cup Pool A match at Eden Park on Saturday.

ICC World Cup: In-form India are delivering goods to their liking
ICC World Cup: In-form India are delivering goods to their liking

Mahendra Singh Dhoni will be a happy skipper of the Indian cricket team who look solid as an unit and are delivering the goods to their liking. India overcame minnows United Arab Emirates in the ongoing ICC World Cup 2015 in a Pool B encounter in Perth on Saturday. The nine-wicket victory sees the Asian giants at the summit of their group.

New Zealand skipper Brendon McCullum cleared of serious injury after forearm smack
New Zealand skipper Brendon McCullum cleared of serious injury after forearm smack

New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum was cleared of serious injury after taking a nasty crack to the forearm from Australian pacer Mitchell Johnson during a cricket World Cup Pool A encounter here Saturday.

ICC Cricket WC 2015: New Zealand vs  Australia - As it happened...
ICC Cricket WC 2015: New Zealand vs Australia - As it happened...

In a much-awaited clash between the co-hosts, New Zealand beat Australia by one wicket in a low-scoring thriller. While defending a small total of 151, Australian bowlers never lost hopes and fought till the end to make a match out of nowhere.

ICC World Cup 2015, New Zealand vs Australia: Preview
ICC World Cup 2015, New Zealand vs Australia: Preview

 One of the most fierce cricketing rivalries will play out in what is expected to be a crackling contest when four-time champions Australia lock horns with underdogs-turned-contenders New Zealand in a group A match of the ICC World Cup here on Saturday. 

Aussie mum`s drug case postponed in Malaysia

Court proceedings in the case of an Australian woman charged with the capital crime of drug trafficking in Malaysia were pushed back by a month Friday due to delays completing a chemist report on the alleged contraband.

Australian PM Abbott bats away leadership speculation

Embattled Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott Friday dismissed heated speculation he will be dumped by his conservative colleagues, saying he expected to lead his party to the next election.

Cricket World Cup: Five great Australia-New Zealand sporting clashes
Cricket World Cup: Five great Australia-New Zealand sporting clashes

World Cup co-hosts and title contenders New Zealand and Australia meet at Auckland`s Eden Park on Saturday in one of the most highly anticipated matches of the tournament.

Want to learn the art of reverse swing from Zaheer Khan: Gurinder Singh Sandhu
Want to learn the art of reverse swing from Zaheer Khan: Gurinder Singh Sandhu

Narrowly missing out on a spot in Australia's World Cup squad, Indian-origin pacer Gurinder Singh Sandhu is nonetheless excited at the prospect of playing alongside Zaheer Khan in the upcoming IPL and "learn the art of reverse swing" from the wily seamer.

Indonesia`s Widodo `considering position` on death row Australians

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott on Thursday offered a glimmer of hope for two men facing imminent execution in Indonesia after phoning President Joko Widodo, who he said was "carefully considering his position".

Afghanistan's Hamid Hassan in Wall Street Journal for somersault antics
Afghanistan's Hamid Hassan in Wall Street Journal for somersault antics

Afghanistan's latest cricket sensation Hamid Hassan found his way into the pages of the popular US daily the 'Wall Street Journal' after his somersaulting antics post Kumar Sangakkara's wicket in their match against Sri Lanka caught the attention of one and all.