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Tuesday December 17th, 2019 day edition

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Highs of over 50C are expected, with meteorologists warning the heat could break the country’s existing record of 50.7C measured at Oodnadatta, South Australia, in 1960.

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The bureau has weather warnings in place for almost the entire country, with fire warnings issued in Western Australia, New South Wales, South Australia and the Australian Capital Territory.

The warnings come as parts of Australia are being scorched by enormous bushfires that have already destroyed hundreds of homes.

In Western Australia, firefighters are battling three major bushfires burning an area of more than 20,000 hectares.

In the last 100 years, heatwaves have killed more people in Australia than bushfires, earthquakes, floods and severe storms combined, notes.

Scientists have said Australia could be facing a “dangerous new normal”, and residents in affected areas are calling for a new approach from authorities. »

Mueller Grand Jury Materials Could Lead to Second Impeachment

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And the Committee “has continued and will continue [its impeachment] investigations consistent with its own prior statements respecting their importance and purposes.”

First, as this Court has already held, an impeachment trial is a “judicial proceeding” for purposes of Federal Rule of Criminal Procedure 6(e).

Judiciary Committee Brief on Mueller Grand Jury Materials by Law&Crime on Scribd. »

Navy pilots request to be armed because they don’t trust overweight police at military bases

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Furthermore, the communique pointed out that one of the students killed was standing watch at the time of the shooting- completely unarmed.

“ENS Joshua Kaleb Watson was a small-arms instructor and captain of the rifle team at the United States Naval Academy.

Yet when charged with standing the watch, he was equipped with nothing more than a logbook and a pen,” the letter noted. »