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The Larrakia woman speaks about facing racism and representation of First Nations people.
Like them or loathe them, face masks announce our identity and what we believe in to the world.
"I’m going to have to see whether it’s worth my while to keep it open or close it."
George Kettani, the head of Lebanon’s Red Cross, said: “What we are witnessing is a huge catastrophe."

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The Disney Channel alum modeled her characters and gave a snide shoutout to President Donald Trump.
The "frownders" would be shaking their heads at the president's gaffes.
Cordero, who died of COVID-19 last month, co-starred with Braff in "Bullets Over Broadway."
Producers also had to implement strict rules about how long the famous contestants were allowed to wear their masks.

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"I wanted to share that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people come in all different shades," said Madison Connors.
From coffee Oreo to vegan strawberry coconut ice cream, you don't need fancy equipment to make these treats.
The former first lady spoke about protests and the pandemic in her latest podcast episode.
"I can’t believe this happened," she remembered saying when she developed stretch marks during pregnancy.
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Cris Lane called the collision "a new twist in whale-watching."
The US president tweeted that his first debate with Democrat Joe Biden should be earlier than the current schedule, which starts September 29.
“It was irresponsible behavior on my part," the man admitted of the incident, which was caught on a surveillance camera at a museum in Italy.
Former Trump aides are out of prison during the pandemic, while the woman who leaked information about Russian election interference is still behind bars.
Children are not "nearly immune" to the coronavirus, Sandra Smith told her guest.
“The rising water as a metaphor for chaos in the Trump White House could only end two ways,” said artist Tim O’Brien.
Dr Marc Siegel also said he was "concerned" about former Vice President Joe Biden.
The new spot uses altered images of the former US vice president.
The CNN host issued a blunt reminder of the US president's previous election vows.

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