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· 'Mindest has changed': COVID testing to stay strong, say biotechs →
The laboratory testing operator withdrew earnings guidance in the face of the pandemic.
· Air Canada Will Survive The Pandemic, But The Recovery Will Take Years →
Air Canada was better prepared to face the pandemic in comparison to its peers, and it will not require a state bailout.
· Morrison says Australia should not import Black Lives Matter protests after deaths-in-custody rally →
This week, a NSW police officer was placed on restricted duties after footage surfaced of him tripping a 16-year-old Indigenous boy while arresting him in Sydney, slamming the teenager face first on to bricks.
· Queensland man who ran down cop faces sentence →
A Queensland man is facing jail for knocking down and almost killing a policeman with a stolen BMW while on drugs.
· Samsung's help in COVID-19 battle helps heir's image ahead of trial →
Lee could face a prison sentence of several years in the current trial.
· Track a kākāpō? New Zealand's precious parrot under drone eye →
The nocturnal, flightless parrot is one of Kiwis’ favourite birds and is known for its charismatic nature and owl-like face.
· Kim Yo-jong warns South Korea to tackle 'evil' propaganda balloons →
“If such an act of evil intention committed before our eyes is left to take its own course under the pretext of ‘freedom of individuals’ and ‘freedom of expression’, the South Korean authorities must face the worst phase shortly,” she said in a statement carried by the official KCNA news agency.
· 'Kangaroo court!': Activist banned from UQ suspension talks →
Mr Pavlou faced a disciplinary hearing last month over misconduct allegations detailed in a confidential 186-page document, reportedly linked to his on-campus activism against the communist party and in support of Hong Kong and Tibet.
· Mixed messages as sports world backs U.S. protesters →
Yet all players under scrutiny were told Wednesday they will not face punishment.
· New York Times under fire over op-ed urging Trump to 'send in the troops' →
It’s not the first time the paper has faced backlash over a controversial op-ed.