A charity intervening in a legal challenge to prevent the flight claim those deported included victims of slavery and a Windrush descendant.
A gang of armed men reportedly stormed a bank in the northern Brazilian city of Cametá 24 hours after a similar attack in the southern city of Criciúma.
Communist Party newspaper "Global Times" accused Ardern's government of "double standards" following her public backing of Australia and Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Monday.
About 1,700 online pharmacies suspected of selling illicit medicines and medical devices contained cyber threats, according to analysis by the international crime-fighting organisation.
Three pro-democracy leaders were imprisoned for between 7 and 13.5 months on Wednesday for their role in anti-government protests.
The United States-China Economic and Security Review Commission's latest report comes after a year of deteriorating American-Chinese relations.
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"Pretty much everything they've done so far is reversible, and President-elect Biden and Tehran have indicated a similar desire of return for compliance, for return to the JCPOA," Jarrett Blanc, former deputy U.S. coordinator on Iran nuclear implementation, told Newsweek.
Boris Johnson survived a COVID showdown with his own MPs over England's new national tier system for restrictions.
Radik Tagirov was arrested in Kazan in connection with 26 pensioner murders between 2011 and 2012.
"This year, a lot of our focus was on China moving beyond catching up and moving to surpass [the United States] in the economic field, [as well as in] technology, diplomacy and military," U.S.-China Commission Vice Chair Carolyn Bartholomew said.
The men were interrupted by police after neighbors made a noise complaint on Friday night in the city's gay district.
Scientists warned the escaped mink could broaden the infection range of the virus by introducing into the wild.
Communist Party newspaper "Global Times" said warplane missions to Taiwan were now "routine" in order to safeguard Chinese territory.
Tax experts say the IRS doesn't have the "bandwidth" to track down the relief money, much of which was sent to ineligible foreigners alongside President Trump's signature addressing, "My Fellow American."
In an interview Tuesday with ABC News program "The World," Taiwan's foreign minister Joseph Wu said Taipei and Canberra would be "stronger together."
Police are urging people to avoid the area.
The young bride and her 17-year-old "husband" tied the knot under under local customs, but Chinese authorities have called the wedding unlawful.
The statute will be placed on a 10ft plinth to prevent it from being vandalized.
Iranian officials are furious after the killing of nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh—widely considered the father of Iran's atomic program—last week.
China has doubled down on its position after a controversial tweet by "Wolf Warrior" diplomat Zhao Lijian caused a row between Canberra and its largest trading partner on Monday.
Residents have been prevented renting their properties to tourists, they say.