‘GOD fund me’: Australian rugbyman embroiled in ‘freedom of religion’ controversy

‘GOD fund me’: Australian rugbyman embroiled in ‘freedom of religion’ controversy
‘GOD fund me’: Australian rugbyman embroiled in ‘freedom of religion’ controversy
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IN THE PAPERS – Tuesday, June 25: US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo visits Saudi Arabia, but the papers slam him for not discussing the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi during that trip. The Washington Post reports that a former spy chief to Venezuelan leader Nicolas Maduro has arrived in Washington, where he’s revealing secrets about the presidency. Australian rugbyman Israel Folau is embroiled in a freedom of religion controversy. And we have a winner for the world’s ugliest dog!

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