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- Weekend lockdown will be in effect in major Turkish cities including Ankara, Istanbul and Izmir.
- Thousands are expected at rallies that aim to highlight Australia's own poor record on Indigenous deaths in custody.
- The existing fleet of Hercules planes is more than 50 years old and breakdowns have hampered some high-profile missions.
- Suit argues Trump, Barr and other officials violated protesters' rights by forcefully removing them for a photo op.
- The US and China have stepped up manoeuvres around self-ruled Taiwan as bilateral ties have deteriorated.
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- The prospect of thousands of people gathering in one place poses a coronavirus risk, they argue.
- While waiting for flights to resume, 20 players shared a single room in Auckland for three months.
- Gen Martin Dempsey denounces the president's threat to use troops to suppress ongoing civil unrest.
- The drugs giant says it can double the production of a potential vaccine helped by backing from Bill Gates.
- China is hitting back at the US for supporting Hong Kong pro-democracy demonstrations last year.
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- Twitter Inc has disabled U.S. President Donald Trump's campaign tribute video to George Floyd on its platform, citing a copyright complaint.
- (This June 4 story corrects to show U Minn study was of drug given after exposure to COVID-19, not before, para 15)
- Mexicans protested police brutality on Thursday in the country's second-largest city, Guadalajara, calling for authorities to be held accountable for the death in custody of a local man allegedly arrested over not wearing a face mask in public.
- Two Buffalo, New York, police officers were suspended without pay on Thursday after a video showed them shoving a 75-year-old man to the ground, as protests over the police killing of George Floyd continued into their tenth night.
- U.S. Senator Lisa Murkowski said on Thursday she is struggling to decide whether she can support President Donald Trump's re-election bid, saying criticism of Trump's response to nationwide protests by former Defense Secretary Jim Mattis rang true.