Mixed day for Aussies at French Open with Tomic in trouble again

A disinterested Bernard Tomic bombs out of the French Open in 82 minutes, John Millman loses a five-set epic, Ajla Tomljanovic pushes champion Simona Halep to three sets, but two more winners give Australia six in the second round.

         May 28, 2019 at 12:46PM https://ab.co/2HHnHKL

BREAKING: @USTreasury ignores ‘basic principle of American legal system,’ presumption of innocence, in justifying sanctions on #Deripaska – businessman’s office https://t.co/81ZGMYDWsT https://t.co/xpAE6ryvut

.@realDonaldTrump: I was actually sticking up for Sleepy Joe Biden while on foreign soil. Kim Jong Un called him a “low IQ idiot,” and many other things, whereas I related the quote of Chairman Kim as a much softer “low IQ individual.” Who could possibly be upset with that

.@realDonaldTrump: I was actually sticking up for Sleepy Joe Biden while on foreign soil. Kim Jong Un called him a "low IQ idiot," and many other things, whereas I related the quote of Chairman Kim as a much softer "low IQ individual." Who could possibly be upset with that

Eleventh person in two months dies climbing #MountEverest https://t.co/nBKScN8UMl https://t.co/IzVSoqeKQF

BREAKING: Deripaska office calls OFAC memorandum on sanctions justification groundless accusations https://t.co/81ZGMYDWsT https://t.co/qnTpdxbdtf

@USTreasury BREAKING: Sanctions on Deripaska based on ‘his work in Russian energy sector’ – @USTreasury https://t.co/3DykuM34oJ https://t.co/inHflf0pei

BREAKING: @USTreasury tries to justify sanctions against Russia’s Deripaska with newspaper articles https://t.co/3DykuM34oJ https://t.co/gfZjoogC5I

Jailed banker’s wife spent $1 million at Harrods in one day, $54,000 on chocolates

Court documents reveal Zamira Hajiyeva, whose husband is in jail for defrauding Azerbaijan’s state bank of $3.9 billion, went on large shopping sprees at upmarket department store Harrods, including $54,000 in one transaction at Godiva chocolates.

         May 28, 2019 at 12:26PM https://ab.co/2EEjLbr

‘Cartel behaviour’: Sydney’s two children’s hospitals at war after secret vote

A battle between the Harbour City’s two children’s hospitals reaches breaking point after more than 100 senior doctors at the Randwick Children’s Hospital vote to leave the network that governs it.

         May 28, 2019 at 12:26PM https://ab.co/2EGw5rI

BREAKING: @USTreasury tries to justify sanctions against Russia’s Deripaska with newspaper articles https://t.co/3DykuM34oJ https://t.co/gfZjoogC5I