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Coronavirus live news: deaths surge in Brazil and Russia as Trump says US is quitting WHO
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President claims body has ‘failed to reform’; UK expert says country not ready to ease lockdown; Australia to relax rules on 1 June. All the developments liveTrump announces severing of ties with WHOCoronavirus latest: at a glance 1.49am BST Victoria’s chief health officer, Prof Brett Sutton, says the Keilor Downs outbreak is linked back to one family. He said the year 2 student who attended the Holy Eucharist primary school in St Albans South was at school but not displaying any signs of illness on Tuesday. They were tested on Thursday due to close contact with another known case. 1.41am BST Primary school students in Melbourne, Victoria, have been placed into home quarantine after one member of the year 2 class at the Holy Eucharist primary school in St Auburns tested positive to Covid-19, the ABC reported.Other students from that class have been asked to quarantine. Continue reading... (The Guardian)
'What is it going to take to get people to listen?': George Floyd protests continue in Minneapolis, nationwide 'What is it going to take to get people to listen?': George Floyd protests continue in Minneapolis, nationwide
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Protests in the wake of George Floyd's death continued in Minneapolis and nationwide following the arrest of fired police officer Derek Chauvin.          (USA Today)
Juukan Gorge: Rio Tinto blasting of Aboriginal site prompts calls to change antiquated laws
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Conflict between mining and Aboriginal heritage in WA has spawned a system of suffocating bureaucracy and lopsided agreement-makingA 46,000-year-old Aboriginal heritage site destroyed by Rio Tinto this month is one of more than 463 sites that mining companies operating in Western Australia have applied for permission to destroy or disturb since 2010.None of those applications have been refused. And under the state’s 48-year-old Aboriginal heritage laws, only the land or lease holder has the right to appeal – traditional owners do not. Continue reading... (The Guardian)
Thousands rally for Houston native George Floyd
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Thousands rallied in Houston for George Floyd, the unarmed black man killed after being restrained with a knee on his neck by a white police officer. Floyd grew up in Houston. (May 29)         (USA Today)
Coronavirus: Bill Gates ‘microchip’ conspiracy theory and other vaccine claims fact-checked
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Fact-checking vaccine claims - including ones about the ex-Microsoft boss and a dubious cow-dung trial. (BBC News)
90-year-old woman tries to help grandson during arrest
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Bodycam footage shows a woman, dressed in a nightgown, seem to fall onto her grandson during the incident. (BBC News)
8 minutes, 46 seconds and 'inherently dangerous': What's in the criminal complaint in the George Floyd case 8 minutes, 46 seconds and 'inherently dangerous': What's in the criminal complaint in the George Floyd case
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The complaint states former police officer Derek Chauvin had his knee on George Floyd's neck for 2 minutes, 53 seconds after Floyd was non-responsive.          (USA Today)
'You can't ask people to die': Coronavirus woes deepen Argentina's crisis
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A new deadline to restructure the country's debt is just days away. (BBC News)
Akinwumi Adesina: Why the US is targeting a flamboyant Nigerian banker
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The US pushes for new inquiry into allegations of corruption against the African Development Bank boss. (BBC News)
Trump feud escalates with Twitter, social media
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President Donald Trump is escalating his feud with social media companies, signing an executive order challenging their liability protections. The move comes after Twitter applied fact-check labels on Trump's tweets about mail-in ballots. (May 29)         (USA Today)