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    South Africa safari tourist pats lion through car window
     18 June 2018
    A reckless tourist is being heavily criticised online for petting the head of a lion through the window of a safari jeep in South Africa.
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    Brooks Koepka becomes first back-to-back US Open champion since 1989
    18 Jun: Defending champion Brooks Koepka wins the US Open golf championship at the Shinnecock Hills course in New York, carding a final round 68 to finish at 1-over-par, one shot ahead of Tommy Fleetwood.... more
    Amazon's facial recognition technology is being used to identify celebrities. Could it soon spot you?
    18 Jun: Amazon's facial-recognition technology is getting so cheap it's being used to find A-listers on the red carpet — but critics are concerned it could be misused.... more
    World Cup Journeys: Neymar is Brazil's greatest hope, but is 2018 his year to own?
    18 Jun: Prodigiously talented and utterly adored in his native Brazil, Neymar heads to his second World Cup four years older but with even more questions to answer. The next step in his journey will be telling.... more
    World Cup: Socceroos captain Mile Jedinak not interested in VAR debate after France loss
    18 Jun: Socceroos captain Mile Jedinak admits his disappointment at his team's 2-1 World Cup loss to France, but refuses to engage in the ongoing debate over the use of VAR in the match and tournament.... more
    Putin's 'trail of breadcrumbs from Trump Tower': Spies issue warning to West
    18 Jun: Vladimir Putin is playing a game of chess with the West and he's always thinking a few moves ahead, according to senior intelligence officials.... more
    World Cup Journeys: Can Mesut Ozil the pass master assist Germany to a defence of its title?
    18 Jun: An obsession for many football statisticians, Mesut Ozil has battled accusations he's not a big-game player, despite a World Cup trophy in his locker. Can he prove the doubters wrong in his 2018 World Cup journey with Germany?... more
    Richmond earn 16th straight win at the MCG, beating Geelong by 18 points to go top of the ladder
    17 Jun: Richmond rolls on with their MCG winning streak intact, as the Tigers take care of Geelong in a cracking contest to go back to the top of the AFL ladder after round 13.... more
    Venice of the Pacific: The race to save the mysterious Micronesian ruins of Nan Madol
    17 Jun: Visiting the ruins of Nan Madol in the Federated States of Micronesia is like stepping into an Indiana Jones movie — and the man charged with its protection is looking for Australia's help to preserve it.... more
    World Cup: Luke Modric scores penalty as Croatia goes top of Group D after 2-0 win over Nigeria
    17 Jun: Croatia wins their first opening game at a World Cup in 20 years with Luka Modric converting a penalty to ensure his side takes full advantage of Argentina's draw with Iceland.... more

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