Morrison under pressure to resign, Sydney personal trainer shot dead in LA | 9 News Australia

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Scott Morrison is under increasing pressure to resign from Parliament following reports that he had secretly appointed himself to five ministerial positions. In the United States, new details have emerged about the death of a Sydney personal trainer shot dead outside a marijuana store in Los Angeles.

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