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'That's my grandson': Trump-supporting gran outs suspect who threw explosive at Portland courthouse
(August 02 00:36) Dailymail.co.uk
Karla Fox, a staunch supporter of Donald Trump, tweeted that she recognized the suspect in Tuesday night's bombing of a federal courthouse in Portland as her own grandson.
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Sadiq Khan demands to know Boris Johnson's coronavirus 'game plan'
London Mayor Sadiq Khan complained that he had been shut out of Cobra crisis meetings and snubbed by the PM since mid-May.
Now a £200million superyacht joins the staycation crowds in Cornwall
Katara, a secretive 410ft luxury vessel which was built for the country's previous Emir in 2010, was watched in by hundreds of stunned locals and visitors at Falmouth Harbour.
Russia's worst-ever serial killer wishes he had been executed
Former policeman Mikhail Popkov, 56, is currently serving a life sentence at a penal colony in Mordovia. The father-of-one recently admitted he had 'a lot to regret' over his reign ...
Vet who moved to Australia from the U.S. to chase her dreams dies suddenly
Tributes have begun pouring in for Sydney vet Melissa Steiner following her sudden and unexpected death earlier this week.
Two senior cops charged with attempted rape of a schoolgirl and producing child porn
The men, aged 30 and 29, were on Wednesday morning arrested in western Sydney and taken to Hurstville Police Station.
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Lachlan Delchau-Jones, 18, and Taylor Reilly, 19, from Brisbane, built a successful online business overnight selling craft and hobby products to bored Australians stuck at home
(August 04 22:21) Dailymail.co.uk
Australians calling Lifeline at alarming rate with a call every 30 seconds
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Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Australia has no intention of sharing Chinese app TikTok
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has distanced himself from US President Donald Trump's threat to ban the Chinese-owned app.
Fruit and vegetable prices to soar by 50 percent as border closures shut out seasonal workers
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Australians who illegally withdraw $10,000 from their super by December 31, 2020 face $12,600 fine
Australians now have until December 31, 2020 to withdraw up to $10,000 from their super. Doing so illegally, however, could see someone fined $12,600 and hit with a nasty tax ...
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