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Marzia has dedicated the past decade to treating some of Kabul's poorest women, but the midwife has now packed up her stethoscope along with a few precious photos, ahead of leaving Afghanistan with her husband and son.The health worker is part of a major brain drain of professional women - entrepreneurs, lawyers, scientists, journalists and more - that many predict will set the country back decades.
Glenn Maxwell has preached the value of patience as Australia try to master cricket's helter-skelter format and secure an elusive Twenty20 title in stifling conditions.Maxwell dominated the second phase of the Indian Premier League, peeling off scores of 56, 50no, 57, 40 and 51no for Royal Challengers Bangalore.
The royal commission into military suicides will keep an eye on changes to the veterans claims system being made alongside its inquiry, with the government announcing it is bringing in consultants.Veterans' Affairs Minister Andrew Gee on Monday announced the appointment of consultants McKinsey's to improve the claims system, which he said needed to change before the commission finished its work.
Nine more asylum seekers detained inside a Melbourne hotel have tested positive for COVID-19 after the first cases were confirmed on Sunday.The Australian Border Force said 12 asylum seekers detained in the "alternative place of detention" at the Park Hotel in Melbourne have now tested positive for COVID-19.
The European Union's top official says the recent ruling from Poland's constitutional court challenging the supremacy of EU laws is a threat to the bloc's foundations.Addressing EU lawmakers in Strasbourg, European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen on Tuesday said she was deeply concerned by the ruling, which was "a direct challenge to the unity of the EU" and undermined the protection of judicial independence.
A 96-year-old woman who worked as secretary to the commandant of a World War II concentration camp is going on trial in northern Germany after absconding ahead of the first attempt to start proceedings.The woman, named under German law only as Irmgard F, stands accused of aiding and abetting murder in more than 11,000 cases at the Nazi-run Stutthof camp, located near Danzig - now the Polish port city of Gdansk - during the war.
The NSW MP who introduced voluntary assisted dying legislation has called on the government not to "prolong people's suffering" and set a clear time frame for the bill to be debated.Independent Member for Sydney Alex Greenwich last week introduced the long-awaited bill that would legalise voluntary assisted dying for people with terminal illness.
Philadelphia 76ers coach Doc Rivers and the team he led to the best record in the NBA Eastern Conference last season put their hands together in the middle of a huddle at the end of practice and counted off, "1-2-3."Lingering outside the huddle, holding a basketball and looking uninterested was the $US147 million ($A200 million) puzzle piece in Ben Simmons.
Australia's cyber security agency responded to more than 1630 incidents in the past financial year.While fewer cyber threats were reported compared to the year before they had a more considerable impact, with a higher proportion being placed in the "substantial" category.
Veteran batsman Shaun Marsh believes his younger brother Mitch has found his happy place, while Glenn Maxwell is certain the in-form allrounder will have a "massive" Twenty20 World Cup.Mitch Marsh has been in hot form in the T20 international arena since July, posting four half-centuries and two other scores in the 40s since then.
An Israeli scuba diver has salvaged an ancient sword off the country's Mediterranean coast that experts say dates back to the Crusaders.Israel's Antiquities Authority said on Monday the man was on a weekend dive in northern Israel when he spotted a trove of ancient artifacts that included anchors, pottery and a metre-long sword.
A man is dead after falling from a hot air balloon mid-flight, Israeli police say.Police say the man, in his 20s, was a crew member who had been dangling from the basket when he fell from an unspecified height.
The public will be allowed to watch hearings into whether Star Entertainment has been complying with statutory obligations and is fit to hold a NSW casino license.The NSW gaming regulator has backed a proposal by its lead independent investigator to hold public hearings as part of its review of the operator of casinos in Queensland and Sydney.
The risks posed by a Sydney man who threatened to kill police, military staff and a magistrate can be managed in the community, a judge has been told.Blake Nicholas Pender, then 28, was jailed for four years and three months in December 2019 after admitting terror-related knife possession and threatening a magistrate.
LATEST COVID-19 DEVELOPMENTS* Unvaccinated people have been warned they will be exposed to COVID-19 as restrictions ease in coming months, with 70 per cent of Australians aged over 16 expected to be fully vaccinated by the end of the week.* Unvaccinated Queenslanders have 12 days to get their first COVID-19 jab if they want to be fully protected when travel restrictions are eased on December 17.
Western Australia's newest Greens senator has promised to be a strong voice for Aboriginal Australians in parliament, urging for an end to business as usual from the government on Indigenous affairs.In her first speech to parliament on Tuesday, Dorinda Cox called for the creation of a national treaty and truth-telling process, as well as increased action on preventing Indigenous deaths in custody.
The COVID-19 pandemic has increased young people's exposure to extremist propaganda, creating an unprecedented online audience.The growing number of young people caught up in terrorism is worrying Australia's primary national security agency.
3 million surety and promise to meet police daily hasn't convinced a judge to grant bail to a "family man" and successful businessman facing life in prison.Mitchell Peter Jones, 35, is accused of conspiring to traffic a commercial quantity of a controlled drug after police allegedly found more than 40 kilograms of methamphetamine in May.
A former detective and his son have been committed to stand trial accused of being part of a boiler room scam that involved 12 people allegedly swindling victims of more than $20 million.Michael John Featherstone and Zach Michael Featherstone are charged with fraud and money laundering over their involvement in the alleged scam the prosecution argues raked in millions of dollars from hundreds of victims between 2011 and 2014.
Rachel Priest bludgeoned the first century in Hobart's WBBL history to help the Hurricanes to an upset 63-run win over the Melbourne Stars.In a dominant display, Priest's unbeaten 107 from just 68 balls accounted for more than 70 per cent of the Hurricanes' 4-152 at Blundstone Arena.