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Sat 27 Feb 2021

Boy dies after inhaling pin

Boy dies after inhaling pin

A mother has shared a heartbreaking story of how her four-year-old choked on a pin the day of his brother’s birthday, before dying in hospital.

China’s chilling four word threat

China’s chilling four word threat

Menacing warnings of crackdowns on those who disagree with its rule are common from Beijing. But never has a threat meant so much in so few words.

Gross discovery behind massive ‘tornado’

Gross discovery behind massive ‘tornado’

At first glance it looks like these cars are driving towards a huge tornado, but the looming formation is actually made of something much creepier.

Gunmen kidnap hundreds of schoolgirls

Gunmen kidnap hundreds of schoolgirls

Families have been left devastated after more than 300 female students were abducted from a boarding school during a midnight raid.

New details emerge following savage Lady Gaga dognapping

New details emerge following savage Lady Gaga dognapping

Police have released new details related to a shocking attack that ended with a dog walker shot and Lady Gaga’s beloved pets stolen.

Bombshell report exposes Saudi Prince

Bombshell report exposes Saudi Prince

The US government has released a previously classified intel report that implicates Crown Prince Muhammed bin Salman in a brutal murder.

Fri 26 Feb 2021

Gaga’s dog walker shot and pets stolen

Gaga’s dog walker shot and pets stolen

Lady Gaga is offering a $500,000 reward after gunmen reportedly shot her dog walker in the chest and stole two of her beloved bulldogs.

A-list stars honoured in G’Day USA bash

Premium Content A-list stars honoured in G’Day USA bash

Some of Hollywood’s biggest names are coming together to pay tribute to Australia’s most celebrated artists for the G’Day USA gala.

Outrage erupts over ‘sickening’ sign

Outrage erupts over ‘sickening’ sign

A politician in the US has been called “unimaginably cruel” after hanging this sign outside the office of a colleague with a transgender child.

EU’s ‘acceptance problem’ around AstraZeneca vaccine

Premium Content EU’s ‘acceptance problem’ around AstraZeneca vaccine

A stunning number of AstraZeneca vaccines sit unused in the EU amid “bad publicity” as the global coronavirus death toll passes 2.5 million.

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