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New Zealand nurses go on strike for safer working conditions

Tens of thousands of nurses have gone on an eight-hour strike across New Zealand, disrupting non-emergency health services

Israel to allow right-wing march through Jerusalem Old City

Israel outgoing government has said a controversial march by far-right nationalists and pro-settler groups through occupied East Jerusalem Old City will go ahead next week

UN Security Council backs Antonio Guterres for second term

The United Nations Security Council has backed Secretary-General Antonio Guterres for a second term, recommending that the 193-member General Assembly

Brazilians bang pots in protest as 2,500 more die of COVID-19

Pot-banging protests have erupted across several cities in Brazil as President Jair Bolsonaro addressed the nation, just days after protesters took to the streets over his handling of the coronavirus pandemic

Protests continue as talks with Colombian government fail

Thousands of Colombians have taken to the streets again amid a deadlock in talks between the government and leaders of anti-government protests that are stretching into their second month

Palestinian journalists on the front line get shut down by Israel

More than a dozen Palestinian journalists were recently arrested by Israeli authorities after attempting to report the news under often “extremely stressful and dangerous” conditions

World leaders urged to work towards ensuring vaccine equality

Millions of people are losing their lives with no access to vaccines in poor countries, while rich countries are sitting on large caches of surplus vaccines

Jewish extremists plotted firebomb attack on Palestinians

A group of Jewish far-right extremists planned to attack Palestinians earlier this month by pelting them with Molotov cocktails but ultimately failed to find their own hidden weapons stash

Eighth noose found at Amazon site despite additional security

The NAACP, state and local officials have denounced what they called continued racism at an Amazon warehouse construction site in Connecticut


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