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· 'Wasted opportunity': US heritage expert slams Rio Tinto's sacred site blast →
These applications have been granted to companies including Fortescue Metals Group, Hamersley Iron, Mineral Resources and BHP Billiton.
The China Post
· Mexican president defies leftist label in virus response →
The president has granted no tax payment extensions, and instead relied largely on small loans to small and micro-businesses.
· Global report: South Korea trials QR codes for Covid-19 tracing →
The director, James Cameron, and 55 members of his crew arrived on a privately chartered plane over the weekend, with many people angered that they were granted an exception.
The Japan Times
· U.S. protesters invoke names of abused and killed to decry police treatment of blacks →
In Oakland, California, protesters gathered at Oscar Grant Plaza, named for the 22-year-old who was pulled by police from a Bay Area Rapid Transit train early on New Year’s Day 2009 and killed in one of the first police shootings captured on video by bystanders.
· How hard is the WA border really? About 450 people enter state every day →
Nearly 21,000 interstate travellers have been granted permission in total, with 68 refused entry.
· This Is How Trump Wants to Be Seen →
(The Constitution doesn’t grant him such powers.)
· Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (REGN) Regeneron Oncology Investor Event, ASCO 2020 Conference (Transcript) →
And by the way, we never -- we always sort of take this for granted.
· Man stabbed his own brother over imagined plot with the family dog →
A magistrate had ordered the young man go for a mental health assessment after being granted bail for other offences.
The Japan Times
· Tokyo Games hopefuls return to National Training Center →
Seto's new coach, his former classmate Ryuichiro Ura, was unable to attend as only athletes were granted access to the facility from Monday.
· Australian beach life at risk as environment drops down agenda →
May agrees and says people need to realise that these environments are not something that can be taken for granted.