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George Floyd’s brother Philonise asks the United States Congress to ‘stop the pain’ of police killings – ABC News

George Floyd’s brother Philonise chokes back tears as he challenges the United States Congress to “stop the pain” and make sure his brother did not die in vain when he was killed by Minnesota police.

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ARLC boss Peter V’landys ‘surprised’ by Origin anthem backlash – Wide World of Sports

‘It was a mistake’

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ARLC chairman Peter V’landys admits he was surprised by the backlash to the decision not to play the national anthem ahead of next week’s State of Origin match in Adelaide.
The NRL yesterday axed the anthem, before backflipping just a few hours later and announcing it would be played after all, following intervention from Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
The rationale behind the move to axe the anthem was that New South Wales against Queensland is not an international match.
It would have marked the…

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Harry Styles leaves hilarious note for fan after his car broke down outside her home – NEWS.com.au

Harry Styles leaves hilarious note for fan after his car broke down outside her home

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Its official, Harry Styles is one of the coolest celebs around.The 26-year-old British singer’s car broke down this week, and as he waited for it to be repaired, he was invited into a stranger’s home for a cup of tea.
That stranger’s daughter, Theadora, happened to be a diehard fan of the One Direction star but unfortunately wasn’t home at the time he popped in.
So Styles left her an adorable note that read: “Theadora, my car broke down on your street and your dad’s friend kindly let me wait at…

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Victoria records four new coronavirus cases and zero deaths as mystery cases fall – ABC News

Victoria has recorded four new cases of coronavirus and no further COVID-19 deaths. The tally of mystery cases over a fortnight has dropped to two.

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Victoria has recorded four new cases of coronavirus and no further COVID-19 deaths, the state’s health department says.
With 36 infections recorded in the past two weeks, Melbourne’s rolling 14-day average has risen slightly to 2.6, up from 2.4 on Thursday.
But the number of mystery cases with an unknown source over a fortnight has fallen to just two, down from four in Thursday’s reporting period.
One of the mystery cases was from October 15, and the other was recorded on October 24.
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