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■ Mal­colm Turn­bull, the Aus­tralian prime min­is­ter, in a speech in Lon­don called on In­ter­net com­pa­nies to act more quickly to re­move ex­trem­ist con­tent, and to seek a solution to the “prob­lem” of en­crypted mes­sages, say­ing the In­ter­net “must re­main free and se­cure, but it can­not be un­governed.”

■ Rosa Dominguez, 19, of Cal­i­for­nia re­cently cel­e­brated two big lot­tery wins in a week, af­ter two sep­a­rate $5 scratch-off tick­ets won her a to­tal of $655,555, with which, the Cal­i­for­nia Lot­tery said, she plans to go shop­ping and buy her­self a new car.

■ Cal­lene Bar­ton, 58, and Lake­sha Lewis, 28, face mur­der charges in the death of their room­mate’s 3-yearold son, who was re­peat­edly beaten with a plas­tic win­dow-blinds rod and thrown as a pun­ish­ment for drink­ing milk from a jug, Or­ange County, Fla., sher­iff’s in­ves­ti­ga­tors said.

■ Quardrion Atkins, 19, and two other teenagers were ar­rested in North Texas af­ter, po­lice said, they led of­fi­cers on a chase that came af­ter two rob­beries and landed Atkins, the driver, a child-en­dan­ger­ment charge be­cause he had his in­fant child with him.

■ Lt. Felipe Lay of Florida’s Miami-Dade Fire Res­cue in Florida said an uniden­ti­fied man was hos­pi­tal­ized with in­juries that were not life-threat­en­ing af­ter a bull shark bit both of his legs while he was swim­ming off Haulover Beach. ■ Jen­nifer Churchill, spokesman for Colorado Parks and Wildlife, said a teen camp worker at Glacier View Ranch, about 48 miles north of Den­ver, fought off a bear af­ter wak­ing up Sun­day to find the an­i­mal bit­ing his head and try­ing to drag him away.

■ Brian Pritchard, cit­ing cameras he set up to pho­to­graph deer on his prop­erty in Ocala, Fla., said troops of rh­e­sus mon­keys — which of­fi­cials said likely came from a state park about 4 miles away — have been swarm­ing his prop­erty about two times a day to swipe food from a deer feeder.

■ Mate Par­ica, an ar­chae­ol­o­gist with Zadar Uni­ver­sity in Croa­tia, said divers have turned up hu­man bones near the wreck­age of a U.S. bomber that crashed in the Adri­atic Sea in 1944 and was found in 2010.

■ Ruu Weist, an an­i­mal con­trol of­fi­cer in Port­land, Maine, called a fe­male, Ar­gentina black and white tegu “friendly, if head­strong and stub­born,” af­ter cap­tur­ing the lizard that had been on the loose for a cou­ple of days be­cause its owner lost track of it while let­ting it sun­bathe on his porch.

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