Vigils around the country taking place for murdered comedian Eurydice Dixon

  1. Vigils around the country taking place for murdered comedian Eurydice Dixon  Yahoo News
  2. Vandals Have Defaced A Memorial For Eurydice Dixon In The Park Where Her Body Was Found  BuzzFeed News
  3. Richmond star Brandon Ellis opens up about his tribute to Eurydice  3AW
  4. Police slam Eurydice memorial vandalism  NEWS.com.au
  5. For Eurydice’s sake, we need to do more than go to vigils  The Sydney Morning Herald
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Phil Mickelson hits still-moving ball, taking big penalty and risking DQ at 2018 US Open

  1. Phil Mickelson hits still-moving ball, taking big penalty and risking DQ at 2018 US Open  CBSSports.com
  2. WATCH: Phil Mickelson makes 10 but avoids DQ after purposefully striking moving ball on 13th green  Golf.com
  3. US Open: Phil Mickelson melts down, hits still-rolling ball  Yahoo Sports
  4. There probably won’t ever be another golf phenomenon like Tiger  Newsday
  5. By Land or by Sea, US Open Golfers Got Creative About Their Lodging  New York Times
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Galaxy Note 9 Could Feature 'Capture' Key For Taking Screenshots, Accessing Camera

  1. Galaxy Note 9 Could Feature ‘Capture’ Key For Taking Screenshots, Accessing Camera  International Business Times
  2. Looks like the Galaxy Note 9 won’t include a shutter button after all  Phone Arena
  3. Samsung Galaxy S9+ Sunrise Gold Edition Launched in India, SmartThings App Gets TV Control Widget  NDTV
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Philippines asks China to stop coast guard from taking fishermen's catch in Scarborough

Philippines asks China to stop coast guard from taking fishermen's catch in ScarboroughThe Philippines said on Monday it has asked Beijing to stop the Chinese coast guard from taking the catch of Filipino fishermen in the disputed Scarborough Shoal, describing such actions as unacceptable. Local broadcaster GMA News last week aired a report that said Chinese coast guard patrols had made a habit of taking the best catches from fishermen in the area. The report included cellphone video reportedly taken by a Filipino fisherman in May that appeared to show two Chinese coast guard personnel boarding his boat and taking some of his catch.


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