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· 'Historic corruption': Romney slams Trump for commuting sentence of ally Roger Stone →
Democrats were outraged by the commutation with House speaker Nancy Pelosi calling it “an act of staggering corruption”.
· Disney World reopens as WHO urges virus caution →
WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus called on countries to adopt an aggressive approach to tackling the virus, highlighting Italy, Spain, South Korea and India's biggest slum to show it was possible to stop the spread, no matter how bad the outbreak.
· 'Unprecedented, historic corruption': Trump's defiant help for Stone adds to tumult →
Washington: President Donald Trump’s intervention into a criminal case connected to his own conduct drew fierce rebukes Saturday from Democrats and a few lonely Republicans, with calls for investigations and legislation.
· 2022 Prospect Braelon Allen on Top 6 Schools, Relationship with Wisconsin →
Allen called out the great relationships with the entire staff.
· BYU Football Offers Rising Tight End from SEC Country →
Before receiving offers from BYU and Ole Miss, Karson told Sports Illustrated that his coach was starting to receive phone calls from some of the big schools down south.
· Brexiteer slaps down Lib Dem over tweet fuming about 'spending millions' on 'propaganda' →
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· So long shaving, Survivor and whirlwind romances: Melburnians on the lockdown habits they're going to ditch →
At first, we texted daily, calling every couple of days to chat.
· From Covid-19 to climate: what's next after the global oil and gas industry crash? →
Earlier this year they gave resolutions calling for climate action and transparency at oil and gas companies Woodside Energy and Santos more than 50% and more than 40% support, respectively.
· 'You think that's racist?': the generational tension in Melbourne's high-rise migrant families →
Community health worker Ahmed Dini and colleague Nor Shanino discuss a proposed call centre to help with the mental health and concerns of residents in Flemington and North Melbourne housing commission flats.
· Witness K and the Australian spying operation that continues to betray Timor-Leste →
Despite UN resolutions calling on Indonesia to withdraw, Australia commenced negotiations with Indonesia in 1979 to agree on a boundary between Australia and occupied East Timor.