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Eurydice Dixon: Facebook trolls leave 'vile' comments on Melbourne vigil event page - ABC News

Anyone following the news since Eurydice Dixon's death could be forgiven for thinking that grief has been the unanimous response. The comedian's body was found on a Melbourne soccer pitch last week, and a 19-year-old man, Jaymes Todd, has been ...

Liberal senator Linda Reynolds' own goal on Q&A - The Sydney Morning Herald

During Monday night's Q&A, host Tony Jones pondered the question: "Imagine Q&A in America. We'll leave that imagining to move on to another topic." Well advised. Because the notion of tossing this TV experiment in Australian democracy in the mix with ...

Captain fantastic Kane hails 'massive' England win - The Sydney Morning Herald

Volgograd: England captain Harry Kane hailed their 2-1 victory over Tunisia as "massive" after he headed home his second goal in stoppage time in their opening World Cup Group G match on Monday. England had made a superb start at the Volgograd ...

Donald Trump 'will fight to keep US from being a migrant camp' - 9news.com.au

President Donald Trump has declared he will fight to keep the United States from becoming a "migrant camp" amid ongoing anger his border force policy. Mr Trump blamed the Democrats for his hardline stance on migrants entering the country, which has ...

Donald Trump launches new military 'Space Force' - ABC News

US President Donald Trump says he is ordering the establishment of a sixth branch of the military to clear the way for American dominance in space. Key points: Mr Trump said he wants a 'Space Force' to stop China and Russia' from leading the US; But ...

As energy crisis deepens, 'citizen scientists' come to the rescue - The Sydney Morning Herald

The CSIRO has launched a new app aimed at 'citizen scientists', designed to understand how Australians use power at home to potentially prevent blackouts. CSIRO project leader Adam Berry said the Energise app will collect data during and after major ...and more »

Five hurt in Malmo shooting, no terrorist link: police - Yahoo News

Stockholm (AFP) - Five people were hurt in a shooting in the centre of the southern Swedish city of Malmo on Monday, police said, ruling out a terrorist link. "The state of the victims is not yet known," Malmo police said in a statement. A police ...

Water Gushes From Damaged Main After Japanese Earthquake - Yahoo News

An earthquake, measured by the United States Geological Survey as magnitude 5.3, struck Japan's Osaka Prefecture early on June 18. According to the Japan Times, at least three people were reported killed and several injured following the quake, which ...

In call with Markle's dad, Prince Harry expressed support for Trump and Brexit - The Sydney Morning Herald

London: Meghan Markle's father Thomas has revealed the contents of his first and private phone call with Prince Harry, revealing that the sixth-in-line to the throne urged his father-in-law to give Donald Trump a chance as President. Markle, who became ...

Van ploughs into crowd at PinkPop festival, killing one and injuring three - NEWS.com.au

ONE person is dead and three injured after a truck slammed into fans at Dutch music festival, Pinkpop, just hours after Bruno Mars had closed the three-day event. The Sun. News Corp Australia NetworkJune 19, 20186:28am. Fans during the first day of the ...