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    A US police officer who shot a black man on Monday has quit
     14 April 2021
    A US police officer who shot a black man on Monday has quit
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    The Christchurch mosque shooter has launched a legal challenge over his prison conditions
    14 Apr: The Christchurch mosque shooter has launched a legal challenge over his prison conditions... more
    Prince Philip mourned by a Vanuatu tribe, which held him at the centre of an ancient prophecy
    14 Apr: Prince Philip's passing is especially heartfelt for this small community in Vanuatu, who believe he was the physical representation of an ancient warrior leader.... more
    A Minneapolis police officer who fatally shot a 20-year-old black man, has offered her resignation
    14 Apr: A Minneapolis police officer who fatally shot a 20-year-old black man, has offered her resignation... more
    A court martial is under way today, for a Defence Force soldier accused of indecent assault, after allegedly groping a junior subordinate at a function in 2016
    12 Apr: A court martial is under way today, for a Defence Force soldier accused of indecent assault, after allegedly groping a junior subordinate at a function in 2016... more
    A former soldier is facing a court martial for indecent assault
    12 Apr: A former soldier is facing a court martial for indecent assault... more
    Greenpeace has uncovered widespread use of illegal driftnets in the northwest Indian Ocean, one of the world's most ecologically vulnerable fishing grounds
    11 Apr: Greenpeace has uncovered widespread use of illegal driftnets in the northwest Indian Ocean, one of the world's most ecologically vulnerable fishing grounds... more
    Iran's Natanz nuclear site has a problem involving its electrical distribution grid
    11 Apr: Iran's Natanz nuclear site has a problem involving its electrical distribution grid... more
    Prince Philip's gaffes leave a difficult legacy for the royal family to negotiate
    11 Apr: Whether he genuinely thought he was funny or simply lacked tact, the Duke of Edinburgh was well known for the sometimes offensive gaffes that now complicate his legacy as the royal family adapts in the 21st century.... more
    Rachael Blackmore has made sporting history by becoming the first woman jockey to ride the winner of the Grand National, the world's greatest steeplechase horse race
    11 Apr: Rachael Blackmore has made sporting history by becoming the first woman jockey to ride the winner of the Grand National, the world's greatest steeplechase horse race... more

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      14 Apr: Conway credits his age for international success (RadioNZ)
      13 Apr: Edinburgh's international festival to be outdoors with shorter shows (BBCWorld)
      13 Apr: Scott technology wins $10m contract with aussie meat processor (NZ Herald)
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