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- 22 May 2013: Same-sex marriage passes third reading in House of Commons
- 21 May 2013: Report finds Canberra and Northern Territory have most expensive cocaine in Australia
- 19 May 2013: Noosa defeat University in Sunshine Coast Rugby Union round nine
- 19 May 2013: White House releases Benghazi emails
- 18 May 2013: Kangaroo injures Australian politician
- 14 May 2013: Australian Treasurer hands down budget, announces two years of deficits
- 14 May 2013: National Rugby League Women in League Round celebrates sons
- 13 May 2013: 'Django Unchained' returns to Chinese cinemas
- 12 May 2013: Haitian cholera victims threaten United Nations with lawsuit
- 12 May 2013: Fifth Expo Gastronomía finishes in Caracas
- 10 May 2013: Woman shot, killed during standoff with police in Longview, Texas
- 10 May 2013: Former Pennsylvania Governor George Leader dies aged 95
- 9 May 2013: Lord Falconer proposes bill to legalise assisted dying for terminal ill in UK
- 7 May 2013: Caloundra defeat Nambour 24-10 in week seven of Sunshine Coast Rugby Union
- 7 May 2013: Black and Blue Belles win in Canberra Roller Derby League blowout
Same-sex marriage passes third reading in House of Commons
The UK House of Commons voted Tuesday to approve the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill at third reading, with 366 MPs supporting and 161 MPs opposing. The Bill now proceeds to the House of Lords.
Report finds Canberra and Northern Territory have most expensive cocaine in Australia
In a report released Monday by the Australian Crime Commission titled "Illicit Drug Data Report 2011–12", the Australian Capital Territory and the Northern Territory have the highest price of cocaine found in Australia's states and territories.
White House releases Benghazi emails
The United States White House has released roughly a hundred pages of emails related to the September 11, 2012 attack on the United States diplomatic post in Benghazi, Libya.
Kangaroo injures Australian politician
A kangaroo injured Australian politician Shane Rattenbury in the Australian capital, Canberra, last week.
Noosa defeat University in Sunshine Coast Rugby Union round nine
Sunshine Beach, Queensland — Noosa defeated University 22 points to 0 in their week 9 A-Grade rugby union match Saturday on Australia's Sunshine Coast.
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