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  •   Home > News > International

    In world news headlines -

    In world news headlines -


    > Calls are growing for the UK to release inmates who are on remand, including WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, amid a coronavirus outbreak in the country's prisons.

    > the World Health Organisation says more younger people are now falling severely ill with Covid-19, as the number of deaths passes 50,000 globally.

    > Authorities have been searching for the daughter and a grandson of former Maryland Lieutenant Governor Kathleen Kennedy Townsend after a canoe they were paddling in the Chesapeake Bay didn't return to shore.

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     Today's News

    Law and Order:
    US protests latest: Trump labels governors 'weak' as US cities clean up damage 7:26

    Business:
    Despite Covid-19 slowing down many projects, it hasn't interrupted America's Cup construction on Auckland's viaduct 7:26

    Health & Safety:
    Anastasia Vasilyeva is risking all to stop Russia's coronavirus doctors dying. The state is trying to thwart her 7:16

    Health & Safety:
    The time it takes for a child to be assessed for autism is being seen as unacceptable 7:16

    Netball:
    The New Zealand men's netball team are in discussions about a match-up against the Silver Ferns in October 7:06

    Motoring:
    The provisional Queen's Birthday weekend road toll is two 7:06

    Law and Order:
    George Floyd protests flare in the US for another night, tear gas fired at crowd outside the White House, as it happened 22:37

    Rugby League:
    Warriors prop Agnatius Paasi Paasi has taken the early guilty plea and will miss Friday's NRL game against the Panthers 21:57

    Environment:
    Flood protection works near Thames have held firm despite a massive storm that has seen almost half a metre of rain fall on the area 21:17

    Law and Order:
    A video has emerged showing a man attacking a police officer before being pepper-sprayed and tasered in central Auckland 19:37


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