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Prince William and his wife Kate made an unexpected appearance at Australia's War Memorial in Canberra this morning.
US Secretary of State John Kerry has given Australia and New Zealand an Anzac Day message of support.
A meeting between relatives of Chinese passengers aboard missing flight MH370 and Malaysia Airlines staff has descended into chaos, with police stepping in to separate both sides amid angry scenes in a Beijing hotel.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has called the internet a "CIA project" and has warned Russians against making Google searches.
Scores of Nepalese guides and foreign climbers on Mount Everest have packed up, loading supplies onto yaks and booking helicopters, with the climbing season increasingly in doubt after an avalanche killed 16 people last week.
In the wake of the Heartbleed computer bug, it seems attackers are turning to email phishing to access sensitive data.
The UN chief says there's been no improvement to access for foreign aid for millions of Syrians desperately in need.
Mayor of London Boris Johnson is considering another crack at Parliament.
The US soldier convicted of leaking secret documents to WikiLeaks has had a change of name.
The Pope has cold-called a woman who wrote to him over her divorce and remarriage, distressed that she couldn't take Communion.
A protest that interrupted the Gallipoli dawn service last year has sparked an overhaul of security operations on the peninsula.