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Aussies go naked for art

Over 300 Australians join a nude photoshoot session by American photographer Spencer Tunick in Melbourne. WARNING: IMAGES CONTAIN NUDITY

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World Cup: Australians ‘proud’ of Socceroos despite France loss

They may have just lost to France after historic VAR decisions, but Australians in Melbourne still believe they’ve got “a good chance of making it through” the group stages.

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Cardinal Pell Pleads Not Guilty in Australia

Cardinal George Pell pleaded not guilty to criminal charges in Melbourne, Australia on Tuesday. An Australian magistrate ordered Pell to stand trial. He is the most senior Vatican official to be charged in the Catholic Church sex abuse crisis. (May 1)

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Tennis: Federer continues to defy the years with Australian win

Swiss marvel Roger Federer poses for photographs with his Australian Open trophy in Melbourne, as he continues to defy the years and attrition rate, reaching his 30th Grand Slam decider and claiming his sixth Australian crown as well as 20th Grand Slam title.

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Excitement is in the air at the Australian Open

Excited fans start streaming into the Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne for a dose of Grand Slam action as the Australian Open begins.

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Police: No Link To Terrorism Seen in Car Ramming

Australian police there has been no evidence to indicate that a car ramming incident in Melbourne that left 19 people injured was connected to terrorism, but they believe the act was deliberate. (Dec. 21)

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Melbourne police say no terror link in car ramming at this time

A man who intentionally drove a car into a crowded intersection in the heart of Australia’s second-biggest city has mental health issues but no known terrorism links, police say.

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Raw: Amateur Video of Arrest in Melbourne

Amateur video from Melbourne, Australia shows a man under arrest after a vehicle hit pedestrians on a busy street. Police say the driver is an Australian citizen of Afghan decent who has a known history of drug use and mental health issues. (Dec. 21)

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14 hurt as car driven into crowd in Melbourne

A car ploughs into a crowd in Australia’s second-largest city in what police said was a “deliberate act” that left more than a dozen people injured, some of them seriously. IMAGES