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    Harry and Meghan's $20m mega-mansion in photos

    Harry and Meghan are homeowners! Stunning snaps reveal the 9-bedroom, 16-bathroom estate in California.

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    Yahoo Lifestyle

    Woman shocked after being asked to leave the gym over outfit

    A Sydney woman has been left shocked after she was asked to leave the gym after a teacher complained about her outfit.

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    'Irresponsible': Man breaks into hot car with axe to save dog during heatwave

    A man has come to the rescue of a terrier trapped in a car as temperatures rose to 33 degrees.

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    Yahoo Finance AU

    Warning: $1,110 fine for this tax return mistake

    Aussies will pay the price for failing to lodge their tax refunds.

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    Yahoo Lifestyle

    Miley Cyrus and Cody Simpson split after 10 months together

    The lovebirds have reportedly called time on their romance.

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    Reuters

    In China, fears of financial Iron Curtain as U.S. tensions rise

    A sharp escalation in tensions with the United States has stoked fears in China of a deepening financial war that could result in it being shut out of the global dollar system - a devastating prospect once considered far-fetched but now not impossible. Chinese officials and economists have in recent months been unusually public in discussing worst-case scenarios under which China is blocked from dollar settlements, or Washington freezes or confiscates a portion of China's huge U.S. debt holdings.

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    Reuters

    Defectors say S.Korea investigations threaten N.Korean 'Underground Railroad'

    A combination of coronavirus border closures and an unprecedented pressure campaign by a South Korean government keen to engage with North Korea may destroy networks defectors have long used to start new lives, activist groups say. The sweeping probe comes as South Korean President Moon Jae-in's administration strives to restart dialogue and economic projects with Pyongyang, which is under strict international embargoes due to its nuclear weapons programme. The ministry has already revoked the licenses of two defector groups that were sending anti-Pyongyang propaganda into the North, following complaints from North Korea.