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At least two people died in an attack at the Ismaili Centre in Lisbon, Portuguese police say.The alleged author of the attack on Tuesday, an Afghan national who wielded a large knife, had been shot and detained, CNN Portugal said.
The Melbourne Stars will put their faith in former England coach Peter Moores to break their Big Bash League drought, after signing the mentor on a two-season deal.Moores will take over from David Hussey, who left his role at the Stars at the end of last season to take up the role of head of male cricket in Victoria.
The Socceroos have lamented earning a lesson in physicality from Ecuador in a 2-1 loss that put a dampener on their post-World Cup return to Australia.Four days after Australia beat Ecuador 3-1 in Sydney, they drew first blood via Brandon Borrello's first international goal.
More than three dozen migrants have died in a fire at an immigration detention centre in northern Mexico near the US border, an official says.Images from the scene on Tuesday showed rows of bodies lying under silver sheets outside the facility in Ciudad Juarez, across from El Paso, Texas.
Business leaders, scientists and politicians know the spread of artificial intelligence is unstoppable and are trying to erect guardrails before it transgresses community expectations.The impact of AI at work and school is uncertain and trust is lagging, even as the technologies bring advances in automation and breakthroughs in medicine, fraud detection and road and air safety.
Perth Glory will embrace a high-stakes A-League Women clash with Sydney FC, with both finals and the premiership plate potentially on the line.The Glory sit sixth but beat Melbourne City on Sunday to throw themselves back into top-four contention ahead of games against Sydney on Wednesday and Brisbane on Saturday.
Greece's centre-right Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has called a general election on May 21, in the aftermath of a train disaster that has reduced his party's long-standing majority in opinion polls.The February 28 train crash in northern Greece left 57 people dead.
Australian football is mourning the loss of Socceroos great and 1974 World Cup representative Manfred Schaefer, who has died aged 80.The defender represented Australia 73 times between 1967 and 1974, with 49 of those being "A" Internationals.
Operations at Queensland's New Acland coal mine expansion will be fast-tracked after an internal review rubber-stamped the state government's water licence approvals for the project.The New Hope Group's New Acland open-cut mine water licence approvals were endorsed by the Department of Regional Development, Manufacturing and Water on Tuesday.
Police are investigating how a man allegedly smuggled more than five kilograms of illegal drugs through Sydney Airport and onto a flight bound for Hobart.The scent of drugs on the 32-year-old was picked up by sniffer dogs at Hobart Airport on Monday night.
Almost half of all Australian gig workers make less than the minimum wage even though most work long hours and during peak times, according to a world-first study of delivery and rideshare drivers.Experts said the Tough Gig study, which surveyed more than 1000 Australian gig workers, showed some were "effectively experiencing wage theft" and the industry had become "unsustainable" as a source of employment.
Temporary migrants will be better protected from wage exploitation and unreasonable working conditions under stronger federal laws.A bill being introduced to parliament this week stipulates that migrant workers are entitled to the same protections as all Australians under the Fair Work Act.
Valentine Holmes knows just how important utility Brendan Elliot is to North Queensland, labelling the journeyman the NRL's "best 18th man" ahead of their clash with Canterbury on Sunday.Long before they were reunited in Townsville, the pair represented Queensland in 2014 at U20's level in State of Origin.
West Australian police will be handed extraordinary and permanent powers to search for drugs at almost two dozen entry zones into the state.The McGowan government will amend laws to create 22 search areas around airports, ports and road and rail border crossings in a bid to replicate the dramatic fall in meth consumption when WA shut its borders to prevent COVID-19 transmission.
People who commit crimes involving a weapon will have their right to bail revoked in the Northern Territory.The NT government will introduce new legislation this week to revoke the presumption of bail for people charged with using weapons, even if they are not holding the weapon themselves.
New Zealand Prime Minister Chris Hipkins has ended Stuart Nash's ministerial career after the Napier MP leaked cabinet discussions to donors.On Tuesday, news outlet Stuff reported Mr Nash revealed cabinet disagreements to two businessmen in 2020 over COVID-19 relief for business.
Luckless Giants utility Jacob Wehr will be sidelined for at least two months after breaking his scapula in their round two loss to West Coast.The 24-year-old was flattened in their season-opening win by Shane McAdam, with the Adelaide Crow rubbed out for three weeks for the unlawful bump.
The Reserve Bank has flagged QR code-enabled transactions and other innovative payment technologies to trim the cost of paying for things.A senior RBA official wants to unleash a wave of innovation in the retail payments sector to drive down fees for small businesses and consumers.
Up to 12 independent and Greens MPs are set to be sworn in to the NSW parliament, with one returning MP hailing the crossbench as "historically large".The wash-up from the weekend state election means the crossbench will have three Greens MPs and between eight and nine independent MPs from central Sydney through to seats in the state's far west corners.
Australia's homicide rates have plunged to their second lowest numbers since national reporting began, but domestic violence services say this is not reflected in the rate women are murdered by their partners.An Australian Institute of Criminology report released on Tuesday showed the nation's homicide incident rate fell overall by 55 per cent since 1990.