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7.30: Russian World Cup/Brexit campaign/Chinese-backed development proposed for Tasmania/William Tyrrell's disappearance
Russian World Cup/Brexit campaign/Chinese-backed development proposed for Tasmania/William Tyrrell's disappearance
ABC  |  June 13, 2018
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Russian World Cup
The soccer World Cup kicks off in Russia later this week. But the sports governing body FIFA is still struggling to shake off questions about its integrity. But extensive revelations of corruption at the highest level in soccer are unlikely to dampen the enthusiasm of more than 3 billion fans who will be watching.
Brexit campaign
A British parliamentary committee has been looking at links between the Leave dot EU campaign and Russian officials, with a key donor to the Leave campaign accused of multiple dealings with Russians. It's an allegation the head of the Leave.EU organisation, Nigel Farage, a firm friend of US President Donald Trump, vehemently denies.
Chinese-backed development proposed for Tasmania
A Chinese-backed proposal for a $100 million resort near Swansea in Tasmania has sparked fears over foreign investment. But one of the developers has hit back at those fears, saying he shares Australian values.
William Tyrrell's disappearance
Police have started a fresh search in the bushland around where three-year-old William Tyrrell went missing in 2014. The police officer in charge of the investigation, Detective Chief Inspector Gary Jubelin, has a reputation for never giving up, even on the toughest cases.

Russian World Cup
The soccer World Cup kicks off in Russia later this week. But the sports governing body FIFA is still struggling to shake off questions about its integrity. But extensive revelations of corruption at the highest level in soccer are unlikely to dampen the enthusiasm of more than 3 billion fans who will be watching.
Brexit campaign
A British parliamentary committee has been looking at links between the Leave dot EU campaign and Russian officials, with a key donor to the Leave campaign accused of multiple dealings with Russians. It's an allegation the head of the Leave.EU organisation, Nigel Farage, a firm friend of US President Donald Trump, vehemently denies.
Chinese-backed development proposed for Tasmania
A Chinese-backed proposal for a $100 million resort near Swansea in Tasmania has sparked fears over foreign investment. But one of the developers has hit back at those fears, saying he shares Australian values.
William Tyrrell's disappearance
Police have started a fresh search in the bushland around where three-year-old William Tyrrell went missing in 2014. The police officer in charge of the investigation, Detective Chief Inspector Gary Jubelin, has a reputation for never giving up, even on the toughest cases.

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