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Afghan interpreters beg Jacinda Ardern to grant New Zealand visas to ‘at risk’ familiesA group of about 20 former interpreters who worked for New Zealand have been gathering outside parliament in a bid to talk to the PM Afghan interpreters have been lobbying the New Zealand government to bring their families over from Afghanistan, saying their lives are at risk. Photograph: Supplied
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Columnist and trained counsellor Fiona Caine suggests a frank family conversation about creating a chores rota.
Once renowned for world-class cinema, Hong Kong's film industry was already struggling before the latest hurdle -- Chinese mainland-style censorship as authorities take their purge of dissent into the cultural sphere.
Internet users in a record number of countries have faced arrest and physical attacks for their posts over the past year, a report said on Tuesday, painting a grim picture of digital freedoms in 2021.
The Taliban have announced a list of deputy ministers, failing to name any women, despite an international outcry when they presented their all-male Cabinet ministers earlier this month
Justin Trudeau has won a third term as Canada's prime minister, but his early election gamble to win a majority of seats failed. The Liberals won the most seats of any party, taking hold of 157 - the same number they won in 2019, and 13 short of the 170 needed for a majority in the House of Commons. It means Mr Trudeau, 49, and his second consecutive minority government will have to rely on other parties to govern.
South-east Australia hit by cold front as wintry weather returns. The warm start to spring has been swept away by gusty winds, storms and even a light dusting of snow in some areas
A bronze bust of Burt Reynolds, featuring his famous cowboy hat and even more famous mustache, now adorns his grave
A team of rescuers freed a cow that got trapped in a culvert on a ranch in Colstrip, Montana. The thirsty heifer had gone in looking for a drink but ended up getting stuck in the thick mud.
The US has confirmed it will reopen to fully vaccinated foreign nationals from ‘early November’
Legal papers have been filed in New York
Justin Trudeau thanked his supporters for ensuring “brighter days ahead” on Tuesday as he clung onto power in Canada’s snap election. In a victory speech in Montreal in the early hours, Mr Trudeau said Canadians had voted to “send Canada through the pandemic” after his main rival conceded defeat. Mr Trudeau decided to gamble on an early vote and capitalise on his government’s handling of the pandemic, which included massive spending to support individuals and businesses and a push for high vaccination rates.
Women aged 18 to 24 less likely to check their breasts consistently, says charity
Both acts performed at Riot Fest over the weekend
Livestock industry lobbying UN to support more meat productionMeat and dairy groups threaten to stop contributing to international summit on food sustainability after critical voices invited Livestock are responsible for at least 14% of global greenhouse gas emissions, according to UN estimates. Photograph: Monty Rakusen/Getty Images/Image Source
LONDON (Reuters) -British Prime Minister Boris Johnson discussed the issue of taxation when he met Amazon's founder Jeff Bezos in New York, Downing Street said. "The prime minister raised the issue of taxation, and hoped progress could be [made] in implementing the G7 agreement on tax," a Downing Street spokesperson said in a readout of the meeting. Bezos pledged on Monday to give away $1 billion in grants this year to focus on efforts around conservation.
President Joe Biden plans to use his first address before the U.N. General Assembly to reassure the international community of American leadership on the global stage
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Religious rehab centres fill gap as Nigeria grapples with soaring drug useWith poverty deepening, state services are failing to cope with rising rates of addiction Packaging cannabis for sale in Lagos, Nigeria. The country has been grappling with a growing drug problem for years. Photograph: Pius Utomi Ekpei/AFP via Getty Images