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Coronavirus Australia latest: the week at a glance | Australia news

Here are this week’s key developments in the coronavirus pandemic in Australia. This is Elias Visontay and it’s Friday, 4 September. Progress, and disagreement, on state borders All states and territories, with the exception of Western Australia, have agreed to a roadmap to reopening their hard border closures by Christmas. Announcing the plan after Friday’s national cabinet meeting, Morrison said it...

‘Say her name’: Rand Paul confronted by protesters over after Republican convention – video | US news

A group of angry protesters has confronted senator Rand Paul near the White House in Washington DC. As Rand walked through the crowd with his wife, demonstrators chanted ‘say her name’, in reference to Breonna Taylor, a black woman from Kentucky who was shot dead by police in May. After the incident, Paul tweeted to say that he...

Banksy-funded boat nears ‘state of emergency’ as it shelters 200 people | World news

A rescue boat financed by the British street artist Banksy is close to declaring a “state of emergency” after the crew helped 130 migrants and are now safeguarding over 200 people off Libya’s coast, while the European authorities ignore their request for help. The vessel, named Louise Michel after a French feminist anarchist, set off in secrecy on 18...

Coronavirus live news: Brazil cases pass 4m; Israel to impose partial lockdown | World news

9.02pm EDT21:02Richard PartingtonRishi Sunak has been urged by union leaders to launch a wage subsidy scheme to prevent a “tsunami” of unemployment when furlough comes to an end this autumn. Demanding the chancellor follows the examples of other leading European countries to avert a looming jobs crisis, the Trades Union Congress said a continental-style system of “short-time working” wage...

Labour urges UK government not to hire Tony Abbott as trade envoy | Australia news

The UK government is facing increased pressure over its proposed appointment of Tony Abbott as a trade envoy because of his views about women, equal marriage and climate change, with Labour calling for the idea to be scrapped. “I have real concerns about Tony Abbott and don’t think he’s the right person for the job,” Keir Starmer said in...
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