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The White House is in Lockdown After Shooting Incident – In The News Tuesday 11 August

By Hope NewsroomTuesday 11 Aug 2020

The White House is in lockdown after a shooting incident.

US President Donald Trump was briefly escorted from the press briefing room by Secret Service agents before returning to say someone had been shot outside the White House.

The nursing home at the center of most of Sydney’s Coronavirus deaths will be the subject of a Royal Commission hearing today.

19 residents of Newmarch House at Caddens died during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Bonnyrigg Heights Public School is returning to normal this morning after a deep clean because of a case of Coronavirus.

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Our Lady of Mercy College Parramatta remains shut after a second positive case was identified.

Health authorities are racing to identify the source of a cluster of cases at the Tangara School For Girls in Cherrybrook, in Sydney’s north-west.

Hundreds of residents on the state’s South Coast are waiting for the all-clear to return home as river levels fall.

Flooding on the Shoalhaven river reached levels not seen for almost 30 years.

Lebanon’s Prime Minister has resigned, along with his government, amid the political fallout from last week’s deadly chemical explosion in Beirut.

More than 200 people were killed and at least 6,000 wounded.

A 20-year-old man has been charged after shots were fired into a car in Sydney’s west.

A 38-year-old man wasn’t hurt, when his vehicle came under fire at Chester Hill.

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