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中新社多伦多6月19日电 (记者 余瑞冬)加拿大总理贾斯廷·特鲁多6月18日出席“行动起来！加拿大华人团结一致”(简称ACCT)基金会主办的网络论坛时表示，若要解决针对亚裔的种族主义，包括亚裔和非亚裔在内的每个人都需要成为解决方案的一部分。
A 22-year-old man lost his hand and several others were also injured amid violence as police tried to break up an unauthorized rave party in western France
Lawsuits and studies cast light on wide use of physical restraints and long confinements in Japan’s vast mental health system.
Warsaw is set to hold the largest gay pride parade in the region after a pandemic-induced break — and amid a backlash in Poland and Hungary against LGBT rights
Iran’s hard-line judiciary chief has won the country’s presidential election in a landslide victory
India’s coronavirus surge that left 180,000 dead over two months has devastated its universities, with the loss of professors leaving many students feeling anxious without their knowledge, guidance and often, friendship
A two-year-old girl is lucky to have escaped with only cuts to her face after being hit by a fence panel that flew across the street before smashing through the bedroom window and landing on top of her and her mother. The little...
Raisi has expressed a willingness to revive the 2015 nuclear deal, but his presidency was certain to mark a radical departure from the Rouhani era.
Trains are back up and running ahead of the Super Rugby final at Eden Park tonight.Auckland Transport this afternoon tweeted that there were cancellations to rail services on the southern and eastern lines because of the tornado...
This story was originally published by The Spinoff A draft plan that increases by 50 per cent the amount of inner Wellington shielded from new dense housing is set to face a tough week in council, writes Justin Giovannetti. There's...
The toughness of one of Hawke's Bay's greatest annual rugby matches was again there in truckloads as the Hastings Boys' High School first fifteen won their big game against Napier Boys' High School today.In rain and surrounded by...
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They may look cute and cuddly but Dama Wallabies are quite the opposite. The menacing marsupials are officially classified as an 'unwanted organism' in the Biosecurity Act. "We've had wallabies in the Rotorua area for over 100...
State Highway 1 north of Auckland was closed after a crash that left one person critically injured.A car and truck collided about midday at the intersection of State Highway 1 and Welch Dr, Warkworth.A man in his 80s was seriously...
Frustrated Wānaka businesses and workers are calling for a final answer to the town's decades-old annual winter accommodation crisis.Hospitality worker Nicola Abbott is calling for national funding support for a high-density,...
The tornado that tore through South Auckland this morning has affected more than 1200 homes with at least 60 uninhabitable. High winds tore off roofs, brought down power lines, uprooted trees and overturned vehicles.Civil Defence...
Fire safety officers and police are investigating a fire which threatened a popular, long-standing but closed backpackers lodge on Napier's Marine Parade last night.The fire was reported at 9.09pm at the rear of an access lane between...
Juneteenth celebrations in the United States are of a piece with celebrations of Black liberation from the Caribbean, where the moment of emancipation is more closely tethered to histories of independence from Europe’s colonial empires.
The United States, however, has not yet lifted its sweeping ban on many E.U. travelers.
An Indian health official says his country, the world’s largest manufacturer of vaccines, wants to resume exports of coronavirus jabs but can’t do so until its domestic needs are met
Full vaccination protects against the delta variant first found in India, Rochelle Walensky emphasized.
An Australian member of a UN committee about discrimination against women describes the Prime Minister's reference to a threat of violence against female protesters as "saddening".
News Corp says it has reached a multi-year agreement with Facebook that covers its major Australian mastheads, including The Australian, Daily Telegraph and Herald Sun, as well as regional publications.
Australian health advisors and the government remain committed to the rollout of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine, despite safety concerns overseas and on the backbench.