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Other: News Corp Australia
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Canberra Airport evacuated after gunman fires shots in check-in area
Business · Canberra

Canberra Airport evacuated after gunman fires shots in check-in area

47% Right coverage: 34 sources
Shots fired in Canberra airport. No injuries reported. Gunman believed to be responsible for firing shots. Police are still investigating the cause of the incident. The airport was closed for about three hours as police investigated. The incident is being investigated by the Australian Federal Police and the Australian National Police.See the Story
Salman Rushdie still hospitalized as attack suspect pleads not guilty
US & Canada · New York

Salman Rushdie still hospitalized as attack suspect pleads not guilty

45% Right coverage: 20 sources
Acclaimed author Salman Rushdie remained hospitalized on Saturday with serious injuries a day after he was repeatedly stabbed at a public appearance in New York state, while police sought to determine the motive behind an attack that drew international condemnation. See the Story
Australia's PM says former PM Morrison took on secret ministerial roles during COVID
Scott Morrison · Canberra

Australia's PM says former PM Morrison took on secret ministerial roles during COVID

46% Center coverage: 13 sources
Former Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison secretly swore himself in as joint health, finance and resources minister. Morrison used that power to roll his own frontbencher, Keith Pitt, over a plan to drill for gas off the New South Wales coast. Former Finance Minister Mathias Cormann was never informed that Morrison had sworn himself into his portfolio in March 2020. Mr Albanese said he would seek legal advice about the decisions, calling them "unacceptable" and "just weird." The governor-general's office told Reuters the appointments were valid under the constitution, did not require a swearing-in ceremony.See the Story

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