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General Milley recently gave damning interview about Trump’s past comments
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Ukraine’s defence ministry takes a dig at Russia’s losses in a video featuring Moscow’s milbloggers
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MANILA (Reuters) -The Philippines said on Monday it executed a "special operation" to remove a floating barrier installed by China at a prime fishing patch in the South China Sea, a move that could stoke tension after a years-long detente in Asia's most disputed waters. The Philippines expressed outrage on Sunday and shared images of Chinese coastguard policing a long, ball-buoy barrier near the Scarborough Shoal, a rocky outcrop 200 km (124 miles) from the Philippines and the site of years of intermittent flare-ups over sovereignty and fishing rights. Hours after the national security adviser had vowed to take action, the Philippine coastguard said it had removed the floating cordon, at the behest of President Ferdinand Marcos Jr and his special task force on the South China Sea.
Oscar Piastri produced the first podium finish of his career at the Japanese Grand Prix. Read more here.
The Wallabies suffered their biggest-ever loss to Wales and biggest at the World Cup. Read more here.
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The family of a woman who was tragically mauled when she was “caught in a crossfire” between her pet rottweilers has made a bombshell claim.
Former Bachelor star Brittany Hockley shuts down body shamers with a sizzling bikini shot.
Cassidy Hutchinson describes paranoid atmosphere of final days of Trump presidency
The Broncos' hopes against Penrith will largely rest on Reece Walsh. Read more here.
David Warner had the whole Australian dugout baffled. Find out more here.
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Sandra Sully has hit out at 'ridiculous' comments she receives based on her appearance, saying it needs to 'stop'. Read more.
‘To abuse presidential power and violate the Constitutional rights of reporters would be an outrageous attack on our democracy and the rule of law,’ White House spokesperson says