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'We've been in the trenches': the women holding power to account over Christchurch

Anjum Rahman and Aliya Danzeisen have devoted their lives to raising awareness of the warning signs before the terror attackIt was another long drive, another night away from home and another morning thinking nervously about what they would say, hoping this time they would be taken seriously. Then, in the back room of an Auckland mosque, Anjum Rahman...

Roger Stone: five things to know about Trump's controversial ally

The president has commuted Stone’s sentence after he was convicted of multiple crimes. Here’s what you need to knowTrump commutes Roger Stone’s sentenceA master of the dark arts of politics who cut his teeth on a Richard Nixon election campaign, Roger Stone regularly gives Nixon’s trademark salute and has a tattoo of the disgraced 37th president on...

Trump commutes sentence of Roger Stone, longtime friend and adviser

Move means Stone, due to serve more than three years for crimes related to Russia investigation, will not set foot in prisonDonald Trump has commuted the sentence of Roger Stone, a longtime friend and former campaign adviser who was to spend three years and four months in jail for crimes related to the Russia investigation.In a statement released on...

Trump commutes prison sentence of longtime adviser Roger Stone – live

White House announces clemency for adviser convicted of lying to CongressTexas coronavirus hospitalizations exceed 10,000 patientsTrump: Biden is a ‘puppet’ of ‘the militant left’Fauci says he hasn’t briefed Trump in two months as Covid-19 cases riseTexas county had ‘model’ response – then the governor intervenedSign up to our First Thing newsletter...

California to release up to 8,000 prisoners to curb spread of coronavirus

Friday’s announcement comes as the state’s prisons battle a dramatic surge in Covid-19 casesPrison officials have announced California will release up to 8,000 people from state prisons to curb the spread of Covid-19 throughout the institutions.Officials on Friday announced three separate efforts, approved by the governor, Gavin Newsom, that they say...

Police shot Los Angeles security guard in the back five times, autopsy shows

Andres Guardado was killed on 18 June during a foot pursuitAll five gunshot wounds were fatal, report saidThe official autopsy report for Andres Guardado, an 18-year-old security guard killed by Los Angeles police last month, revealed that a deputy shot him in the back five times.The findings from the Los Angeles county coroner, released on Friday,...

Mark Wood's struggles prove quickest does not always mean most effective | Andy Bull

England may be fielding their fastest ever attack against West Indies but the selectors could be regretting Stuart Broad’s omissionIt wasn’t what Stuart Broad said, so much as the look on his face as he said it. In a live TV interview minutes before the start of play on Friday, Broad spoke with refreshing honesty about how it felt to be dropped, how...

Real Madrid maintain winning run against Alavés and close in on title

Real Madrid extended their lead at the top of La Liga to four points with a home win against Alavés. Karim Benzema converted an early penalty and later provided the assist for Marco Asensio’s second-half tap-in as Zinedine Zidane’s side edged closer to clinching the title.Real, who registered their eighth straight league victory, need two more wins...

California sees two deadliest days since pandemic began as Covid-19 cases rise

State has now reported 296,500 infections and 6,700 deaths, while Newsom said seven-day average topped 8,000 new cases a dayCalifornia has experienced one of its toughest weeks yet in the battle against coronavirus, with the state chalking up its two deadliest days since the start of the pandemic as cases continue to rise.On Wednesday the state topped...

'Job-killer of the century': economies of Pacific islands face collapse over Covid-19

The region is largely coronavirus-free, but pandemic shutdowns and loss of tourism dollars are devastating its economies The Covid-19 pandemic is the “job-killer of the century”, Fiji’s prime minister has said, as economies across the Pacific face collapse from economic and travel shutdowns, exacerbating existing illnesses, and potentially driving people...

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