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Ethiopia's prime minister and a rebel group have traded blame for a mass killing in Oromiya, the country's most populous region, where hundreds of people have died in recent months in escalating violence.The latest killings took place on Monday in two villages in Kellem Wollega zone, about 400km west of the capital Addis Ababa, the state-appointed Ethiopian Human Rights Commission (EHRC) said.
A cunning husband infatuated with his teenage lover and babysitter laid out a number of dominoes leading to the murder of Lynette Dawson in 1982, a judge has been told.In the NSW Supreme Court on Tuesday, crown prosecutor Craig Everson SC argued that Christopher Michael Dawson, now 73, had killed his wife on January 8 or 9, 1982 because he desired a relationship with his former high school student, known as JC.
Senior Liberals have suggested quotas for female representation could be part of a suite of measures to make the party more competitive at the next election.Former defence minister Linda Reynolds and former home affairs minister Karen Andrews said greater gender parity would be a way of restoring voter confidence.
The NSW government is overfunding well-off private schools by hundreds of millions of dollars while underfunding the state's public schools by billions per year, according to a new report.The NSW Teachers Federation-commissioned report estimates the state government will overfund private schools by around $850 million in the five-year period from 2019 to 2023.
Survivors of institutional child sexual abuse will have greater access to boosted support services after the federal government stumped up almost $40 million.The national redress scheme - established in response to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse - will get an extra $39.
A Hong Kong cargo ship that was left stricken in heavy seas off the coast of NSW has docked safely in Port Botany after a multi-day operation to the relief of the crew on board.The bulk carrier Portland Bay was towed into Botany Bay in Sydney's south on Wednesday afternoon following an order from the Australian Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) for it to be brought to port.
G20 foreign ministers travel to the resort island of Bali this week for a meeting that will be overshadowed by the war in Ukraine, with Russia's attendance creating rifts in the bloc as host Indonesia tries to mediate.The Group of 20 includes Western countries that have accused Moscow of war crimes in Ukraine and rolled out sanctions, but also countries like China, Indonesia, India and South Africa that have not followed suit.
Al-Jazeera journalist Shireen Abu Akleh was likely killed by unintentional gunfire from Israeli positions but independent investigators could not reach a definitive conclusion about the origin of the bullet that struck her, the US State Department says.Abu Akleh was killed on May 11 during an Israeli raid in the town of Jenin in the occupied West Bank.
Victoria's pandemic declaration has been extended for another three months as the state passes 4000 COVID-19 deaths.The declaration was due to expire before midnight on July 12 but has been extended until at least October 12.
A Chinese community leader accused of planning foreign interference allegedly singled out former minister Alan Tudge because he believed he would one day be prime minister.Prosecutors allege Di Sanh Duong, 67, made a $37,000 donation to the Royal Melbourne Hospital in 2020 as a way to gain influence over the Australian government through Mr Tudge.
A Victorian teenage girl is now raising a child after she was repeatedly sexually abused by an older man over a month in 2020.Her 26-year-old abuser, Nathan Roberts, will spend up to five-and-a-half years behind bars for his offending, after admitting four charges of sexual penetration of a child.
Russian forces have struck targets across Ukraine's eastern Donetsk region to prepare the path for an expected armoured thrust to try to take more territory as the five-month-old war entered a new phase.The strikes, reported by the region's local governor and the Russian military, followed Moscow's capture of the Ukrainian city of Lysychansk on Sunday, a move that handed it total control of the Luhansk region, one of its main war aims.
Taxes on Ukrainian goods being imported into Australia have been scrapped following Anthony Albanese's tour of the war-torn nation.The prime minister visited the towns of Bucha, Irpin and Hostomel on Sunday, before meeting with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy in the capital Kyiv.
Traditional custodians Raylene Cooper and Josie Alec spoke with Yahoo News Australia ahead of their speeches before the UN Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. Interview: Michael Dahlstrom