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Toddlers around the world have been the target of the prank.
"There is a special place in hell for this woman," authorities said while releasing chilling CCTV of her act of animal cruelty.
Two other people in the vehicle at the time of the murders were left unharmed, police said.
Nicholas Evans, the British author who penned the bestselling novel "The Horse Whisperer," has died aged 72.United Agents said Evans died "suddenly" on August 9 following a heart attack.
CCTV has captured the moment the unwitting woman was fatally knocked over by the zipline equipment.
If nuclear war broke out, Australia may be the best place to survive.Researchers have analysed the impact nuclear weapon detonation would have on global food supply, finding massive fires and soot in the atmosphere would lead to food shortages and famine.
Global shares have struggled to advance while investors digested news of an unexpected cut in Chinese interest rates as data pointed to faltering growth in the world's second-largest economy, sending oil prices nearly two per cent lower.Weaker US stock index futures also weighed on sentiment, while a steadier dollar knocked gold.
Hawthorn Football Club has been accused of unlawful discrimination by an ex-employee, who claims she was forced to resign due to alleged misconduct.Sophia Salmon-Abbott recently began legal proceedings against the Victorian AFL club, claiming she was isolated and demoted last year due to her mental health struggles.
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The last of Victoria's coal-fired power plants would be shut within the next decade if the Greens have their way, with experts saying the deadline may be feasible.A bill is expected to be introduced to state parliament on Tuesday, proposing Victoria's three remaining coal plants close by 2030, ahead of the current anticipated 2046 time frame.
Cash-strapped Australians filling up at the fuel pump paid an extra $5 a week over the course of the past three months, according to new figures.The Australian Automobile Association's latest Transport Affordability Index, released on Sunday, shows average weekly fuel costs across the nation rose to $100.
Kenya's peaceful presidential election was briefly disrupted when riot police responded to scuffles at the national tallying centre amid tensions over the close results.An agent for longtime opposition leader and candidate Raila Odinga announced from the lectern that the tallying centre was the "scene of a crime" before calm was restored late on Saturday.
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An Adelaide grocer has made Aldi the butt of the joke in his latest take down of major supermarkets.
Ukrainian forces have reported heavy Russian shelling and attempts to advance on several towns in the eastern region of Donetsk that has become a key focus of the near six-month war, but said they had repelled many of the attacks.The General Staff of Ukraine's armed forces also reported Russian shelling of more than a dozen towns on the southern front - particularly the Kherson region, mainly controlled by Russian forces, but where Ukrainian troops are steadily capturing territory.
A NZ tourist's huge medical bill has proven a timely reminder to Aussie tourists heading overseas.
Hours after losing her baby girl, Annie O'Brien lost her life in a Melbourne private hospital, prompting a years long fight by her family for systemic change.A wife, mother and partner in a law firm, she was also 18 weeks' pregnant when she went to Holmesglen Private Hospital in Brighton with vomiting, diarrhoea, a fever and chills.
Just 12 days after Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan, the US lawmakers have landed in Taiwan despite repeated warnings from China.
Northern Territory schools to be hit by strike action this week will all remain open, authorities say.The NT Department of Education says it has been advised of the four-hour industrial action planned for Friday over the public sector's four-year pay freeze.
A convicted killer who remains adamant someone else murdered his wife 34 years ago will no longer be subjected to state supervision.The NSW Supreme Court on Monday dismissed a state government claim that Thomas Andrew Keir poses an unacceptable risk of committing another serious offence involving intimate partner violence.