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James Mattis: Trump's former defence secretary denounces president
Donald Trump's ex-defence secretary, James Mattis, attacks the president's handling of recent protests.
Curtis Hayes: Man behind the protest plea that moved America
In a viral speech, Curtis Hayes implored two generations of demonstrator to "find a better way".
Russia's Putin declares state of emergency after Arctic Circle oil spill
Russia's President Putin declares a state of emergency after 20,000 tonnes of oil leak into a river.
Tiananmen anniversary: Hong Kongers mark crackdown despite ban
Many will mark the anniversary at home but police say they will disperse groups who gather outside.
Stalled vaccine programmes 'putting children's lives at risk'
Covid-19 is disrupting immunisation campaigns and could cause many preventable deaths, experts warn.
Coronavirus in Russia: 'I don't trust Putin any more'
In Russia, coronavirus ahs seen the long-time president's approval rating fall to an all-time low.
'We felt like we were going to die in that car'
Two black students were dragged from their car in Atlanta, Georgia, by police, who now face charges.
Australian man interrupts PM Morrison to say 'get off my lawn'
The resident stopped Scott Morrison's press briefing, complaining his lawn had "just been reseeded".
Snapchat stops promoting Donald Trump's account due to 'racial violence'
The social network says it will drop Trump from Discover over 'racial violence and injustice'.
Thousand of cinemas in China under threat of closure
Film audiences have moved online during the virus pandemic with fears they might not return to cinemas.
HSBC and StanChart back China security laws for HK
The UK-based banks have both come out in support of China's controversial national security laws.
'My brothers on Europe's last death row'
Any day now two men may be executed in Europe's only country that still has the death penalty.

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