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· New Zealand PM chides marchers over virus rule breach →
Ardern's deputy Winston Peters -- a coalition partner from the populist New Zealand First Party -- called for the organisers of Monday's protests to be prosecuted.
· Sacramento mayor estimates at least $10 million in damage →
Tedros also indicated that the WHO first heard that the U.S. was ending its relationship through news media reports on Friday.
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· Boxer Floyd Mayweather to pay for George Floyd’s funeral →
Mayweather won his first world championship when he stopped Genaro Hernandez for the WBC super featherweight title in 1998.
· Former US President Obama condemns violence at protests →
Obama's latest remarks came three days after his first comments on the Floyd case, which called for justice but did not mention the violent nature of some protests.
· UN needs $2.4bn to stem Yemen coronavirus 'tragedy': Live updates →
Health authorities in Spain have reported no new deaths from the coronavirus in the last 24 hours for the first time in nearly three months.
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· Egypt’s former PM faces torture allegations in Washington DC →
It’s the first such case against an Egyptian official, made possible by the grim coincidence that el-Beblawi now lives just miles from Soltan, in Washington D.C., where he serves as an executive director of the International Monetary Fund.
· From the Archives, 1924: The human voice transmitted from England to Australia →
First published in The Age on June 4, 1924
· British grands prix to get green light →
As the rules stand, quarantine exemptions are only possible for hauliers, essential agriculture workers and those researching COVID-19, but sport is in line to be added to this list by the time of the first three-weekly review of the legislation.
· Look at racial economic disparities to understand the riots, economists say →
The commission's work was first focused on restoring consumer confidence - no small feat in the middle of an economic drag that won't fully abate until there is a vaccine or treatment, experts agree.