Turbull runs the African gang line in Melbourne – but feels safe eating out

July 17, 2018. The Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull doubles-down on claims of Sudanese-Australian gang violence in Melbourne, though admits he’s not afraid to go out for dinner when in town. Turnbull says that police need the support of the state government to deal with the issue with State Leader Matthew Guy outlinging his crime and punishment election agenda. (AAP VIDEO/Alex Murray)

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Tourists Scream as Hawaii Lava Explosion Showers Tour Boat in Molten Rock

At least 22 people were injured when a debris from a lava explosion hit a tour boat off the coast of Kapoho, Hawaii, on Monday, July 16. The debris punctured the roof of the boat, leaving a hole the size of a basketball, a news report said. This video was recorded by tourist Will Bryan, who reported being hospitalised after the lava struck the boat he was on. Bryan added that the group was “shaken up” and suffered cuts and burns as a result of the incident. The explosion was part of the ongoing eruptions at Kilauea volcano that started in early May. The lava has been pouring into the ocean near Kapoho. Credit: Will Bryan via Storyful

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