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Perth Now
Saad set to re-sign for Sunshas received a major boost with Adam Saad to sign a two-year deal in coming wee
Saad set to re-sign for Suns
Perth Now / Posted 2 hours ago
has received a major boost with Adam Saad to sign a two-year deal in coming weeks. Saad was plucked from VFL oblivion with Coburg to become one of the most dynamic and attacking back pockets in the league. His manager John Meesen this month told... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Protesters may be unmasked in wake of Coburg clashmay be banned from masking their faces in the wake of an ugly clash between ant
Protesters may be unmasked in wake of Coburg clash
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 2 hours ago
may be banned from masking their faces in the wake of an ugly clash between anti-fascist and far-right groups in Coburg. Protesters may be banned from masking their faces in the wake of an ugly clash between anti-fascist and far-right... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Protesters may be unmasked in wake of Coburg clashmay be banned from masking their faces in the wake of an ugly clash between ant
Protesters may be unmasked in wake of Coburg clash
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 3 hours ago
may be banned from masking their faces in the wake of an ugly clash between anti-fascist and far-right groups in Coburg. Protesters may be banned from masking their faces in the wake of an ugly clash between anti-fascist and far-right... Read more
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The Young Witness
Protesters may be unmasked in wake of Coburg clashmay be banned from masking their faces in the wake of an ugly clash between ant
Protesters may be unmasked in wake of Coburg clash
The Young Witness / Posted 3 hours ago
may be banned from masking their faces in the wake of an ugly clash between anti-fascist and far-right groups in Coburg. Protesters may be banned from masking their faces in the wake of an ugly clash between anti-fascist and far-right... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Call for face masks to be banned after Melbourne clashesCoburg clashes: Police Minister calls for face masks to be banned Victoria's P
Call for face masks to be banned after Melbourne clashes
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 hours ago
Coburg clashes: Police Minister calls for face masks to be banned Victoria's Police Minister has called for face masks to be banned after violent clashes between anti-racism and anti-Islamic activists in Melbourne's north at the weekend. Key... Read more
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The Border Mail
The anti-racism rally that brought Nazis to the streets of CoburgThe Melbourne suburb of Coburg became a no-go zone for residents on Saturday as
The anti-racism rally that brought Nazis to the streets of Coburg
The Border Mail / Posted 7 hours ago
The Melbourne suburb of Coburg became a no-go zone for residents on Saturday as rival protest groups clashed on the streets. Before the violence began, two women wearing niqabs with only their eyes exposed walked past the Coburg library in front of... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Saad set to re-sign for Sunshas received a major boost with Adam Saad to sign a two-year deal in coming wee
Saad set to re-sign for Suns
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 8 hours ago
has received a major boost with Adam Saad to sign a two-year deal in coming weeks. Saad was plucked from VFL oblivion with Coburg to become one of the most dynamic and attacking back pockets in the league. His manager John Meesen this month told... Read more
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The Courier
Protesters may be unmasked in wake of Coburg clashmay be banned from masking their faces in the wake of an ugly clash between ant
Protesters may be unmasked in wake of Coburg clash
The Courier / Posted 9 hours ago
may be banned from masking their faces in the wake of an ugly clash between anti-fascist and far-right groups in Coburg. Protesters may be banned from masking their faces in the wake of an ugly clash between anti-fascist and far-right... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Saad set to re-sign for Sunshas received a major boost with Adam Saad to sign a two-year deal in coming wee
Saad set to re-sign for Suns
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 hours ago
has received a major boost with Adam Saad to sign a two-year deal in coming weeks. Saad was plucked from VFL oblivion with Coburg to become one of the most dynamic and attacking back pockets in the league. His manager John Meesen this month told... Read more
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The Courier
The anti-racism rally that brought Nazis to the streets of CoburgThe Melbourne suburb of Coburg became a no-go zone for residents on Saturday as
The anti-racism rally that brought Nazis to the streets of Coburg
The Courier / Posted 13 hours ago
The Melbourne suburb of Coburg became a no-go zone for residents on Saturday as rival protest groups clashed on the streets. Before the violence began, two women wearing niqabs with only their eyes exposed walked past the Coburg library in front of... Read more
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The Courier
Traders 'passed vote of no confidence' in councillor before rallycouncillor was determined Saturday's anti-racism rally would go ahead despite c
Traders 'passed vote of no confidence' in councillor before rally
The Courier / Posted 14 hours ago
councillor was determined Saturday's anti-racism rally would go ahead despite concerns there would be violence, says the Coburg Traders' Association. The Coburg traders' group says it passed a vote of no confidence in a Moreland councillor who... Read more
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The Courier
Protesters may be unmasked in wake of Coburg clashmay be banned from masking their faces in the wake of an ugly clash between ant
Protesters may be unmasked in wake of Coburg clash
The Courier / Posted 14 hours ago
may be banned from masking their faces in the wake of an ugly clash between anti-fascist and far-right groups in Coburg. Protesters may be banned from masking their faces in the wake of an ugly clash between anti-fascist and far-right... Read more
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The Border Mail
The anti-racism rally that brought Nazis to the streets of CoburgThe Melbourne suburb of Coburg became a no-go zone for residents on Saturday as
The anti-racism rally that brought Nazis to the streets of Coburg
The Border Mail / Posted 14 hours ago
The Melbourne suburb of Coburg became a no-go zone for residents on Saturday as rival protest groups clashed on the streets. Before the violence began, two women wearing niqabs with only their eyes exposed walked past the Coburg library in front of... Read more
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The Border Mail
Protesters may be unmasked in wake of Coburg clashmay be banned from masking their faces in the wake of an ugly clash between ant
Protesters may be unmasked in wake of Coburg clash
The Border Mail / Posted 14 hours ago
may be banned from masking their faces in the wake of an ugly clash between anti-fascist and far-right groups in Coburg. Protesters may be banned from masking their faces in the wake of an ugly clash between anti-fascist and far-right... Read more
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The Border Mail
Traders 'passed vote of no confidence' in councillor before rallycouncillor was determined Saturday's anti-racism rally would go ahead despite c
Traders 'passed vote of no confidence' in councillor before rally
The Border Mail / Posted 14 hours ago
councillor was determined Saturday's anti-racism rally would go ahead despite concerns there would be violence, says the Coburg Traders' Association. The Coburg traders' group says it passed a vote of no confidence in a Moreland councillor who... Read more
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The Age
Protesters may be unmasked in wake of Coburg clashProtesters from rival anti-racism and anti-Islam rallies are seen in Coburg. P
Protesters may be unmasked in wake of Coburg clash
The Age / Posted 16 hours ago
Protesters from rival anti-racism and anti-Islam rallies are seen in Coburg. Photo: Mathew Lynn Protesters may be banned from masking their faces in the wake of an ugly clash between anti-fascist and far-right groups in Coburg on Saturday. Police... Read more
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The Age
Traders 'passed vote of no confidence' in councillor before rallyProtesters from rival anti-racism and anti-Muslim groups clash in Coburg on Sat
Traders 'passed vote of no confidence' in councillor before rally
The Age / Posted 16 hours ago
Protesters from rival anti-racism and anti-Muslim groups clash in Coburg on Saturday. Photo: Mathew Lynn The Coburg traders' group says it passed a vote of no confidence in a Moreland councillor who organised Saturday's anti-racism rally after she... Read more
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The Age
The anti-racism rally that brought Nazis to the streets of CoburgA mass police presence tried to keep apart right and left-wing political groups
The anti-racism rally that brought Nazis to the streets of Coburg
The Age / Posted 18 hours ago
A mass police presence tried to keep apart right and left-wing political groups in Coburg for the rally on Saturday. Photo: Mathew Lynn Before the violence began, two women wearing niqabs with only their eyes exposed walked past the Coburg library... Read more
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The Courier
Coburg protest: Cafe offers defiant message to brawlersResidents and businesses in Coburg say they're disappointed a racially-fuelled
Coburg protest: Cafe offers defiant message to brawlers
The Courier / Posted 20 hours ago
Residents and businesses in Coburg say they're disappointed a racially-fuelled brawl occurred in the multicultural suburb. Residents and businesses in Coburg say they are disappointed a racially fuelled brawl occurred in the multicultural... Read more
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The Border Mail
Coburg protest: Cafe offers defiant message to brawlersResidents and businesses in Coburg say they're disappointed a racially-fuelled
Coburg protest: Cafe offers defiant message to brawlers
The Border Mail / Posted 20 hours ago
Residents and businesses in Coburg say they're disappointed a racially-fuelled brawl occurred in the multicultural suburb. Residents and businesses in Coburg say they are disappointed a racially fuelled brawl occurred in the multicultural... Read more
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The Courier
Coburg race rally: mask ban flagged to stop protest violenceonce again with a group of anti-racism activists. This time the battleground w
Coburg race rally: mask ban flagged to stop protest violence
The Courier / Posted 21 hours ago
once again with a group of anti-racism activists. This time the battleground was outside a library and primary school in Coburg on Saturday, but the usual suspects, many who cover their faces in balaclavas or masks, have found themselves in... Read more
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The Age
'Why should we close because of a bunch of idiots?' Cafe's defiant message to brawlersResidents and businesses in Coburg say they are disappointed a racially fuelled
'Why should we close because of a bunch of idiots?' Cafe's defiant message to brawlers
The Age / Posted 21 hours ago
Residents and businesses in Coburg say they are disappointed a racially fuelled brawl occurred in the multicultural suburb. One of the few businesses open in the area around Saturday's violent protests was the Glass Den. Protesters from rival... Read more
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The Border Mail
Coburg race rally: mask ban flagged to stop protest violenceonce again with a group of anti-racism activists. This time the battleground w
Coburg race rally: mask ban flagged to stop protest violence
The Border Mail / Posted 21 hours ago
once again with a group of anti-racism activists. This time the battleground was outside a library and primary school in Coburg on Saturday, but the usual suspects, many who cover their faces in balaclavas or masks, have found themselves in... Read more
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The Age
Coburg race rally: mask ban flagged to stop protest violenceprotesters and their far-right supporters clashed once again with a group of an
Coburg race rally: mask ban flagged to stop protest violence
The Age / Posted 21 hours ago
protesters and their far-right supporters clashed once again with a group of anti-racism activists. Masked protesters in Coburg on Saturday. Photo: Mathew Lynn This time the battleground was outside a library and primary school in Coburg on... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Melbourne riots indicate 'pockets of systemic racism'in Australia. Seven people were arrested as more than 500 people rallied in he
Melbourne riots indicate 'pockets of systemic racism'
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 21 hours ago
in Australia. Seven people were arrested as more than 500 people rallied in heavy rain against both Islam and racism in Coburg on Saturday. "When we see people have violent brawls, that to me highlights some of the problems we have in our... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Call to reintroduce harsher protest laws after violent Melbourne ralliesCoburg rallies: Harsher protest laws should be reintroduced to stop violent cla
Call to reintroduce harsher protest laws after violent Melbourne rallies
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 22 hours ago
Coburg rallies: Harsher protest laws should be reintroduced to stop violent clashes, Opposition says Two counter rallies that became violent in Melbourne's north are proof the Victorian Government needs to reinstate laws that give police more powers... Read more
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The Border Mail
Melbourne race rally: Police hunt for violent protesters over Coburg clashpeople have already been arrested after anti-immigration and anti-racism protes
Melbourne race rally: Police hunt for violent protesters over Coburg clash
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
people have already been arrested after anti-immigration and anti-racism protesters clashed at competing rallies in Coburg on Saturday. Further arrests are expected as police vow those who covered their faces and went to the rally looking... Read more
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The Courier
Melbourne race rally: Police hunt for violent protesters over Coburg clashpeople have already been arrested after anti-immigration and anti-racism protes
Melbourne race rally: Police hunt for violent protesters over Coburg clash
The Courier / Posted yesterday
people have already been arrested after anti-immigration and anti-racism protesters clashed at competing rallies in Coburg on Saturday. Further arrests are expected as police vow those who covered their faces and went to the rally looking... Read more
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Canberra Times
How to save on winter heatingbill comes in. Josh Rowe and two of his children, Archie and Madeline, sit over
How to save on winter heating
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
bill comes in. Josh Rowe and two of his children, Archie and Madeline, sit over the central heating vents to stay warm in Coburg, Melbourne. Photo: Naomi Rowe The Rowe family in Coburg, Melbourne has invested thousands in home improvements and is... Read more
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The Border Mail
Coburg protest: The surreal experience of lunchtime violence in suburban streetsIt's a surreal experience running around Coburg keeping tabs on rival protester
Coburg protest: The surreal experience of lunchtime violence in suburban streets
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
It's a surreal experience running around Coburg keeping tabs on rival protesters who seem intent on violent confrontations on a Saturday. It's a surreal experience running around the streets of Coburg, trying to keep tabs on rival protesters from... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Anti-Islam protest erupts into riot as mask-wearing yobs clash with policeas heated exchanges over Muslim immigration got out of hand. More than 400 peo
Anti-Islam protest erupts into riot as mask-wearing yobs clash with police
Daily Mirror / Posted yesterday
as heated exchanges over Muslim immigration got out of hand. More than 400 people were confronted with 500 riot police in Coburg as both anti-racist and anti-Islam protesters clashed. Supporters of far right groups the True Blue Crew and the... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Fists fly at vicious anti-Islam rallyflag poles and drenched in pepper spray in ugly clashes between the rival group
Fists fly at vicious anti-Islam rally
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
flag poles and drenched in pepper spray in ugly clashes between the rival groups. Heavy rain didn’t deter the groups in Coburg on Saturday as they rallied against both Islam and racism at Bridges Reserve. More than 500 people, some draped in... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Victoria Police investigate violent clashesto start a fight. Seven people were arrested as more than 500 rallied in heavy
Victoria Police investigate violent clashes
Sky News Australia / Posted yesterday
to start a fight. Seven people were arrested as more than 500 rallied in heavy rain against both Islam and racism in Coburg on Saturday. Police say a number of people who hid their faces are to blame for violent clashes between rival groups... Read more
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Herald Sun
Heimlich pulls out his famous moveI was gone, I couldn’t breathe at all,”’ she said.The United Patriots front and
Heimlich pulls out his famous move
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
I was gone, I couldn’t breathe at all,”’ she said.The United Patriots front and No Room for Racism supporters clash in Coburg. Picture: Jake Nowakowski IN NATIONAL NEWS — NOTHING to eat but one snickers bar over 36 hours, 10 minutes sleep and... Read more
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Aljazeera
Anti-Islam protest descends into violence in Australiaand anti-racism groups clashed in the streets of Melbourne, the country's secon
Anti-Islam protest descends into violence in Australia
Aljazeera / Posted yesterday
and anti-racism groups clashed in the streets of Melbourne, the country's second biggest city. Seven men were arrested in Coburg, a northern suburb of Melbourne on Saturday after anti-Islam protesters, some of whom were draped in the Australian... Read more
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Perth Now
Fists fly at vicious anti-Islam rallyflag poles and drenched in pepper spray in ugly clashes between the rival group
Fists fly at vicious anti-Islam rally
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
flag poles and drenched in pepper spray in ugly clashes between the rival groups. Heavy rain didn’t deter the groups in Coburg on Saturday as they rallied against both Islam and racism at Bridges Reserve. More than 500 people, some draped in... Read more
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Perth Now
Heimlich pulls out his famous moveI was gone, I couldn’t breathe at all,”’ she said.The United Patriots front and
Heimlich pulls out his famous move
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
I was gone, I couldn’t breathe at all,”’ she said.The United Patriots front and No Room for Racism supporters clash in Coburg. Picture: Jake Nowakowski IN NATIONAL NEWS — NOTHING to eat but one snickers bar over 36 hours, 10 minutes sleep and... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Heimlich pulls out his famous moveI was gone, I couldn’t breathe at all,”’ she said.The United Patriots front and
Heimlich pulls out his famous move
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
I was gone, I couldn’t breathe at all,”’ she said.The United Patriots front and No Room for Racism supporters clash in Coburg. Picture: Jake Nowakowski IN NATIONAL NEWS — NOTHING to eat but one snickers bar over 36 hours, 10 minutes sleep and... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Heimlich pulls out his famous moveI was gone, I couldn’t breathe at all,”’ she said.The United Patriots front and
Heimlich pulls out his famous move
The Courier Mail / Posted yesterday
I was gone, I couldn’t breathe at all,”’ she said.The United Patriots front and No Room for Racism supporters clash in Coburg. Picture: Jake Nowakowski IN NATIONAL NEWS — NOTHING to eat but one snickers bar over 36 hours, 10 minutes sleep and... Read more
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News.com.au
Heimlich pulls out his famous moveI was gone, I couldn’t breathe at all,”’ she said. The United Patriots front a
Heimlich pulls out his famous move
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
I was gone, I couldn’t breathe at all,”’ she said. The United Patriots front and No Room for Racism supporters clash in Coburg. Picture: Jake NowakowskiSource:News Corp Australia IN NATIONAL NEWS Firefighters walk at the entrance of the Parc... Read more
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express
Anti-Islam protests turn into RIOTS as violence erupts between rival ralliesthan 400 people, many concealing their faces with hoods and masks, had to be se
Anti-Islam protests turn into RIOTS as violence erupts between rival rallies
express / Posted yesterday
than 400 people, many concealing their faces with hoods and masks, had to be separated by 500 riot police in Coburg as anti-racist and anti-Islam protestors brawled in the streets. Demonstrators from the True Blue Crew and the United... Read more
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DW
Violence erupts at Australia immigration rallies |"No to Racism" rally encountered anti-Islam protesters led by a right-wing grou
Violence erupts at Australia immigration rallies |
DW / Posted yesterday
"No to Racism" rally encountered anti-Islam protesters led by a right-wing group on the streets of the Melbourne suburb of Coburg on Saturday. Local media said the nationalist United Patriots Front waited for the other group along the... Read more
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SKY News
Violent Clashes At Australian Race Protestsand have accused some of the protesters of "cowardly behaviour". Police pepper
Violent Clashes At Australian Race Protests
SKY News / Posted yesterday
and have accused some of the protesters of "cowardly behaviour". Police pepper spray protesters in the Melbourne suburb of Coburg "I understand the need and the right to protest ... but what we can't have is this violence in our community,"... Read more
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The Courier
Coburg protest: The surreal experience of lunchtime violence in suburban streetsIt's a surreal experience running around Coburg keeping tabs on rival protester
Coburg protest: The surreal experience of lunchtime violence in suburban streets
The Courier / Posted yesterday
It's a surreal experience running around Coburg keeping tabs on rival protesters who seem intent on violent confrontations on a Saturday. It's a surreal experience running around the streets of Coburg, trying to keep tabs on rival protesters from... Read more
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The Border Mail
Coburg protest: The surreal experience of lunchtime violence in suburban streetsIt's a surreal experience running around Coburg keeping tabs on rival protester
Coburg protest: The surreal experience of lunchtime violence in suburban streets
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
It's a surreal experience running around Coburg keeping tabs on rival protesters who seem intent on violent confrontations on a Saturday. It's a surreal experience running around the streets of Coburg, trying to keep tabs on rival protesters from... Read more
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Adelaide Now
‘Coward’ protesters blamed for violenceHundreds rally at an anti-Islam protest in a Melbourne reserve. Coburg rally:
‘Coward’ protesters blamed for violence
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
Hundreds rally at an anti-Islam protest in a Melbourne reserve. Coburg rally: Police out in force as anti-Islam, anti-racist groups face off VIOLENT protesters who clashed at today’s Coburg rally have been branded cowards as police revealed knives... Read more
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The Age
The surreal experience of lunchtime violence in the streets of CoburgIt's a surreal experience running around the streets of Coburg, trying to keep
The surreal experience of lunchtime violence in the streets of Coburg
The Age / Posted yesterday
It's a surreal experience running around the streets of Coburg, trying to keep tabs on rival protesters from the left and the right who seem intent on violent confrontations on a Saturday. And it's downright disturbing to see people brawling at... Read more
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Reuters
Australia police use pepper spray as nationalists clash with anti-racism protestersA policeman deploys capsicum spray towards a protester during clashes in the Me
Australia police use pepper spray as nationalists clash with anti-racism protesters
Reuters / Posted yesterday
A policeman deploys capsicum spray towards a protester during clashes in the Melbourne suburb of Coburg, Australia, May 28, 2016. AAP/Julian Smith/via A policeman deploys capsicum spray towards a protester during clashes in the Melbourne suburb of... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Rally in Melbourne turns violent as 'cowards' blamed after protest turns uglyflag poles and drenched in pepper spray in ugly clashes between the rival group
Rally in Melbourne turns violent as 'cowards' blamed after protest turns ugly
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
flag poles and drenched in pepper spray in ugly clashes between the rival groups. Heavy rain didn't deter the groups in Coburg on Saturday as they rallied against both Islam and racism at Bridges Reserve. More than 500 people, some draped in... Read more
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The Courier
Melbourne race rally: seven arrested as rival protesters clash in Coburgkicks landed and flags used as weapons as far-right supporters and left-wing de
Melbourne race rally: seven arrested as rival protesters clash in Coburg
The Courier / Posted yesterday
kicks landed and flags used as weapons as far-right supporters and left-wing demonstrators clashed on the front lawn of Coburg Primary School in Bell Street. A Victoria Police spokeswoman said a Bendigo man, 25, and a Skye man, 31, had been... Read more
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