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· From the Archives: The 1967 referendum for Aboriginal rights →
To establish a national policy on Aboriginal affairs based on the needs and desires of Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders;
The New York Times
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More than 1,000 patients of the Department of Veterans Affairs have died from complications of Covid-19.
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Bolsonaro’s special adviser on international affairs, Filipe Martins, tweeted that the ban was the natural result of Brazil’s large population.
· As China eclipses US, Brussels must rethink Beijing, says top EU diplomat →
European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell addresses a video press conference at the conclusion of a video conference of EU foreign affairs ministers in Brussels.Credit:AP
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The Diet affairs chief of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party, Hiroshi Moriyama, met with Jun Azumi, his counterpart in the main opposition Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan, and agreed to start a discussion on establishing a set of rules to prevent cyber-bullying.
· Is Syria's President Bashar al-Assad turning on his cronies? →
Alexey Khlebnikov - Middle East specialist at the Russia International Affairs Council
· The Price of Trump Loyalty →
“I’m not sure there’s a better path for him at this moment,” says Curtis Hubbard, a partner at the Democratic consulting firm OnSight Public Affairs, part of the consortium that conducts the KOM poll.
· India’s Leadership in the WHO: What To (and What Not To) Expect →
With “strategic autonomy” – a 1970s-era principle in Indian foreign policy emphasizing staying away from influence by and coordination with the United States — virtually scrapped by a series of collaborative agreements in security and defense affairs with Washington since 2015, India has demonstrated a stronger will and policy posture to work with the United States on a variety of issues.
· RBI: The absconding forecaster - No GDP growth prediction in two months by MPC →
Following the late-March measures, Governor Shaktikanta Das cited “heightened volatility, unprecedented uncertainty and extremely fluid state of affairs” as the reasons for the missing forecasts.