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Wikinews interviews Victor Kline, leader of newly registered The New Liberals party in Australia
On June 3, the New Liberals were officially registered as a political party by the Australian Electoral Commission, enabling them to run candidates for federal elections in the country. Wikinews spoke with the New Liberals' party leader Victor Kline via email about the plans of the New Liberals and their policies and values.
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Fifteen killed in Mogadishu, Somalia suicide bombing
At least fifteen were reported killed on Tuesday in Mogadishu, the capital of Somalia after a suicide bombing, claimed by Al-Qaeda affiliate Al-Shabaab, at a checkpoint outside General Dhegobadan Military Camp.
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Wikinews interviews candidate for Cleveland mayor Arthur Kostendt
Arthur Oliver Kostendt, a candidate running in the mayoral election of the US city of Cleveland, Ohio set to take place November 2, discussed his campaign and policies with Wikinews this spring.
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Wikinews interviews candidate for New York City mayor Vitaly Filipchenko
In early May, Wikinews extended an invitation to Vitaly Filipchenko, an independent candidate in the 2021 New York City mayoral election, set to take place November 2nd, alongside other candidates.
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Police reports indicate theft of automotive catalytic converters up across parts of US
Recent media reports indicate police are warning of increases in theft of auto-mobiles' catalytic converters across parts of the United States. As recently as Friday, authorities in the city of Corpus Christi, Texas told media the theft rate of the item is up 312% for their city. The parts contain an array of precious metals, which are quite valuable today. The converters serve to reduce harmful emissions.
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