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23 Dec 2017
The man accused of deliberately plowing into Christmas shoppers on a busy street in the Australian city of Melbourne has been charged with 18 counts of attempted murder and one count of conduct endangering life.
8 Jun 2017
Lionel Messi meets ambassadors for Canteen charity in Melbourne.
12 Mar 2017
Crowds flock to the annual charity Birdman Rally in Melbourne, Australia. Contestants jump off a four-metre platform above the river, staying in the air for as long as possible before crashing into the water.
21 Feb 2017
Five people were killed on Tuesday when a small plane crashed into the roof of a shopping mall after taking off from an airfield outside Melbourne, Australia's second-largest city, police said.
19 Feb 2017
The President delivering a characteristically feisty rally speech Saturday in Melbourne, Florida, railing against the media, the judiciary and his political enemies.
1 Feb 2017
Sprinting great Usain Bolt is refusing to dwell on the disappointment of losing his Beijing Olympics 4x100 metres gold medal as he arrived in Melbourne ahead of the Nitro Athletics series.

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