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· Rio Tinto apologises to Indigenous owners for blasting of ancient Pilbara site →
Mining giant Rio Tinto has issued an apology after blowing up a 46,000-year-old Aboriginal cave site in Western Australia, vowing to urgently review its plans for other sites nearby and its approach to dealing with heritage matters.
· Church welcomes back Rwandan bishop accused of defending genocide →
However, he continued to face criticism within the Anglican church in Rwanda from those who said his apology failed to address his defence of the government.
· Porter concedes robodebt scheme unlawful, doesn't rule out further damages →
Opposition treasury spokesman Jim Chalmers said he believed the legal action against the government still had a while to run and called on the government to issue a formal apology.
· Martin Luther King III echoes father's words during George Floyd protests →
The Louisville Metro Police Department issued an apology to the crew from local NBC affiliate Wave3, who were covering demonstrations over the death of Breonna Taylor, a black woman killed by police in her home in March.