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Reactions to London terror show language of the far-right has been normalised 

The recent attack on a Muslim centre in Finsbury Park, London, had some elements of our media describing the incident as a "revenge attack". The post Reactions to London terror show language of the far-right has been normalised  appeared first on Crikey.

IB Times /
London mosque attack: Finsbury Park Mosque imam steps in to protect suspect from angry crowd

The Finsbury Park Mosque imam protected the suspect from being beaten by an angry mob.

Yahoo 7 /
Fisher returning to Brumbies as assistant

Former Brumbies coach Laurie Fisher will return to the club next year as an assistant to incoming head mentor Dan McKellar.

Yahoo 7 /
Tycoon backs charges against ousted S. Korea president

Seoul - A top South Korean business tycoon on Thursday in court backed prosecutors allegations that the ousted South Korean president Park Geun-Hye ...

The West /
Tycoon backs charges against ousted S. Korea president

Seoul - A top South Korean business tycoon on Thursday in court backed prosecutors allegations that the ousted South Korean president Park Geun-Hye ...

Yahoo 7 /
NSW man, 71, jailed for brawl killing

A Sydney pensioner has been jailed for killing a former safecracker during a 2009 fight and disposing of his body in the Royal National Park

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Perth man stabbed while walking dog

A Perth man who was walking his dog at a park in Perth's north has been stabbed by a stranger who approached him and engaged him in conversation.

Yahoo 7 /
All Blacks play down Eden Park fear factor

Eden Park is just another rectangle of grass, the All Blacks say, although their long-struggling opponents might beg to differ.

SMH /
Finsbury Park: 'Hero' imam stood between alleged terrorist and angry victims

The imam of a Finsbury Park mosque is being hailed a hero after intervening to protect a suspected terrorist who had just driven a van into a group of Muslims.

SMH /
Finsbury Park attack suspect named as Cardiff resident Darren Osborne

A man held by police over the Finsbury Park Mosque attack in London has been identified as 47-year-old father of four Darren Osborne.

The Brisbane Times /
Exhibition matches on cards as cricket pay war heats up

As many players confront the prospect of being without a contract and an income come July 1 they have discussed the possibility of putting on games ...

SMH /
British Muslims call for protection after van attack near Finsbury Park mosque

British Muslims have asked for police protection of their places of worship after a man drove a van into a crowd near a north London mosque, leaving 10 people injured, several seriously.

IB Times /
London attack: 1 killed, several hurt after van hits pedestrians near Finsbury Park mosque

One man was arrested after allegedly driving deliberately into a crowd of Muslims in North London.

SMH /
London van incident: Pedestrians hit near Finsbury Park mosque

Several people have been injured in north London after a van rammed into worshippers leaving a mosque, witnesses said, in what British police described as a "major incident".

IB Times /
'South Park: The Fractured But Whole' faces major censorship challenges in Australia, other regions

"South Park: The Fractured But Whole" will struggle to hit stores in Australia without going through various rounds of censorship, according to several reports.

The Brisbane Times /
ACT Brumbies duo Sam Thomas and Brodie Leber keen to stamp mark at Mauritius 10s

ACT Brumbies development duo Sam Thomas and Brodie Leber keen to stamp mark in Mauritius

The Brisbane Times /
Jordan Jackson-Hope fulfills childhood dream signing ACT Brumbies full-time contract

ACT Brumbies young gun Jordan Jackson-Hope has signed his first full-time contract with the club.

The Age /
Union anger at 'ambush' Telstra job cuts

Telstra will cull around 1,400 jobs, only a year after the telco giant cut 326 customer service jobs across its sales, service and national office teams.

The Brisbane Times /
Brumbies cull: Battle over wild horses in Kosciusko National Park heats up

A long-simmering dispute over brumbies in the Kosciusko National Park is set to heat up with the Berejiklian government ready to ditch a plan to reintroduce shooting to control feral numbers, a local advocate of the animals says.

The Brisbane Times /
Australian greyhounds forced to race cheetahs at Shanghai Wild Animal Park

Unwanted Australian greyhounds have been exported to a Chinese theme park where they languish in concrete cells and are forced to race cheetahs to earn their keep.

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