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Four people remain in a critical condition in hospital after a mass drug overdose in Perth. Seven men and two women were found unconscious or violently ill at a student and backpackers residence in Victoria Park. Police say all of the victims are foreign nationals.
Iran's Supreme Leader has accused other countries of causing violent unrest to infiltrate his nation. At least 22 people have been killed since political protests started last week. Iranian police have reportedly arrested 450 protesters in Tehran over the past three days. The United States will call for an emergency meeting of the United Nations Security Council to discuss Iran's response to the demonstrations.
Former deputy prime minister Tim Fischer says Australia's diplomatic status has been downgraded by the Trump administration. The United States has been without an ambassador in Australia since September 2016, when John Berry left the Canberra posting. The former Nationals leader says the delay is now bordering on "a diplomatic insult".
Jarryd Hayne will front the media for the first time this afternoon, since allegations surfaced that he raped a woman during his time playing NFL in the United States in 2015. Hayne issued a statement through his lawyer last month vehemently denying the allegations — which have been raised in a civil law suit by a woman known only as JV.
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