Wednesday, December 02, 2015

wednesday newstrip

A Melbourne youth has boasted online that he snubbed federal agents who tried to recruit him because of his ties to a Coca-Cola truck currently on a national tour of England in the lead up to December 25 ∙ paramedics say a man whose throat was pierced by a bullhorn as he tried to wrestle a steer to the ground is lucky it missed the hidden chamber, which may be the last resting place of the lost Queen Nefertiti ∙ the teen terrorist who killed a police worker in Sydney declares the tyranny of political correctness is stifling an examination of Islam’s role in the retrospective of works by British art duo Gilbert & George due to hit Australian shores for the first time ∙ the web site upon which links to new forensic techniques are displayed may receive vital blood vessels when readers click on the links.

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