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Ex-rugby player and family die in alleged murder-suicide

By Reuters
23 February 2020   |   6:29 am
An ex-rugby player killed himself in Australia after allegedly dousing his family with petrol and setting them alight in their family car in Brisbane on Wednesday, local media reported.

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