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‘Heinous act’: Coroner finds Sydney dentist was bludgeoned to death

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Sydney dentist Preethi Reddy was the victim of a homicidal and “heinous act” at the hands of her ex-partner, who then tried to cover it up, a coroner has found.

Woman moved to tears by surprise gift left in second-hand car

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A single mum from Victoria says she was “blown away” by a kind surprise left for her in a second-hand car she bought.

Coronavirus: Muftis across Arab, Islamic world welcome Saudi decision to limit Hajj

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From Djibouti to Pakistan, religious scholars and Islamic organizations have welcomed a decision by Saudi Arabia to host a limited Hajj this year given the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.Earlier on

Conference on Europe’s future edges closer — but with clear limits

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Ambassadors put the brakes on the push for treaty change.

Restrictions eased in South Australia from Monday

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Pubs and restaurants in South Australia will be allowed to double their customer numbers from Monday, in the latest lift on lockdown restrictions. 

4 ways #BrusselsSoWhite can fight racism

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The EU has a poor track record on racial diversity — and an opportunity to fix it.

Conference on EU future edges closer — but with clear limits

Published: (Updated: ) in European News by .

Ambassadors put the brakes on push for treaty change.

Hey, big spender! EU prepares to splash the cash

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Germany’s conversion leaves orphans of Brexit struggling to defend tight budget.

Two Houthi militia leaders killed in northern al-Jawf province: Sources

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Two Houthi militant leaders in al-Jawf, including the militia group’s intelligence chief in the northern governorate, were killed during ongoing battles with the Yemeni army, according to

The ‘second liberation’ of Rome

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Mayor Virginia Raggi pledges to evict neofascist squatters.

New testing centres open as mass queues flood sites

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New testing centres have opened in Victoria today after a spike in coronavirus cases saw an influx of people flood sites across the state.

Tax Office warns attempts to commit JobKeeper fraud will be prosecuted

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Australians falsely claiming government assistance packages during COVID-19 will be prosecuted, the ATO has threatened.

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