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'Brand has been damaged': John Coates emerges victorious but bloodied

'Brand has been damaged': John Coates emerges victorious but bloodied

The 58 to 35 vote result in favor of Coates came during the AOC's annual general meeting. That means, for instance, that Australian Biathlon - a winter sport in which participants cross-country ski with a rifle slung over their backs (and people ask why we don't take part in sports.) and which sent a grand total of one athlete to the Winter Games in Sochii two years ago - will have just as much influence deciding the victor of Coates v Roche smackdown as, say, Swimming Australia which sent ...


Why Buhari Skipped FEC Meeting Today

Why Buhari Skipped FEC Meeting Today

He has not been seen in public for more than a week. And if the doctor says "oh, you take a rest", I think you recover faster when you rest and when you ought to rest rather that forcing yourself to work when you are not fit to work. A video posted on Twitter by presidential aide Bashir Ahmad showed Buhari dressed in white, shaking hands with fellow worshippers at the mosque and waving after the service.



Pyongyang unveils satellite photos of Thaad in South Korea

The Prime Minister called Moon Jae-in to congratulate him on his election victory and discuss global tensions over North Korea's nuclear weapons test programme. The deployment of THAAD was agreed a year ago by South Korea's previous administration after North Korea conducted a long-range rocket launch that put an object into space.



Two Dead In Dallas-Area College Shooting

A faculty member saw the man shoot the woman, prompting lockdown procedures, NBC said . The second person has not been identified. It was unclear whether they knew one another. It isn't yet known if Torres owned the gun he had legally or if he had a license to carry a concealed weapon. A campus-carry law for two-year colleges goes into effect August 1.


Turkey on a 'Collision Course' with the US After Striking Kurdish Militias

Turkey on a 'Collision Course' with the US After Striking Kurdish Militias

America has seen the writing on the wall and deployed troops to Syria's northeast border with Turkey in an attempt to prevent an escalation of fighting between the Turkish forces and Kurdish militia units that followed Turkish airstrikes hitting two Kurdish-held areas in Syria and Iraq.