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The foreign minister Julie Bishop says it's too early to discuss what role Australia will play in any further military action in Syria. US president Donald Trump says he'll make a decision in the next 24 to 48 hours on a military response, after a suspected chemical weapons attack in Syria.
The US president Donald Trump has blasted special counsel Robert Mueller, for an FBI raid on the president's personal lawyer which has to do with an investigation into payments from Mr Cohen to an adult film star. It raises speculation he plans to fire Mr Mueller, who's been investigating Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
Social media giant Facebook has begun notifying users whether they're among the 87-million people whose data was shared with the controversial consultancy company Cambridge Analytica. Around one million facebook users in the UK and over 300-thousand in Australia have been affected. Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg is due to testify before US Congress this week.
And Prince Charles is spending the last day of his Australian tour in Darwin, laying a commemorative wreath at the city's cenotaph this morning. Prince Charles will spend the rest of the day touring defence and emergency recovery facilities before he flies out of Darwin tonight.