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Devonport Regional Gallery to Reopen

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The DRG reopens after its COVID-19 closure with three exhibitions, including a major showcase of works acquired in the last 6 years.

Major bank fined $216 million over Epstein dealings

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Deutsche Bank has been criticised over huge payments by Epstein that should have drawn scrutiny.

Legal Women Demand Legal System Changes

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Women lawyers believe it’s time to implement wider reforms to address the high incidence of sexual harassment, assault and misconduct in the legal profession.

Coronavirus: Iraq partially reopens Iran trade crossing for foodstuffs, say officials

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Iraq partially reopened its southern Shalamcheh border crossing with Iran on Tuesday after more than three months of closure to combat the spread of the new coronavirus, border officials said.The

Coronavirus: WHO acknowledges ‘evidence emerging’ of airborne spread of COVID-19

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The World Health Organization on Tuesday acknowledged “evidence emerging” of the airborne spread of the novel coronavirus, after a group of scientists urged the global body to update its guidance on

Morocco arrests four terror suspects ‘planning attacks’

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Morocco on Tuesday arrested four alleged members of a “terrorist cell” linked to ISIS who had plotted to attack “sensitive sites” in the kingdom, the interior ministry said.The men, aged between 21

Scathing criticism of Donald Trump revealed in new book

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Accusing president of ‘hubris and wilful ignorance’ dating back to his early days.

Saudi Arabia’s Riyadh Metro to be partially opened before end of year: Authorities

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Authorities in charge of the development of Saudi Arabia’s Riyadh Metro project confirmed it will be partially opening before the end of this year, according to several media reports.The $27 billion

Bus carrying students plunges into lake in southwest china, killing 21

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At least 21 people were killed when a bus carrying students preparing to sit their annual college entrance exam plunged into a lake in southwest China on Tuesday.The bus crashed into a guardrail and

WHO warns travelers on coronavirus: Keep an eye ‘If it’s anywhere, it’s everywhere’

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The World Health Organization on Tuesday urged travelers to wear masks on planes and keep themselves informed as COVID-19 cases surge again in some countries, prompting new restrictions in places like

UN says Syrian, Russian air strikes in Idlib amount to crime against humanity

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Syrian and Russian planes have carried out deadly aerial strikes on schools, hospitals and markets in Idlib province that amount to war crimes, UN investigators said on Tuesday in a report that also

Coronavirus: Brazil’s Bolsonaro tests positive for COVID-19

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Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro has tested positive for the novel coronavirus, he said in a television interview on Tuesday.On June 23, a federal judge in Brazil ordered Bolsonaro to wear a face mask

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