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Coronavirus live news: New Zealand could allow gatherings of 100 from next week

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United Nations Special Representative Deborah Lyons has highlighted the need for “deep collaboration with all partners to create a united front against Covid-19”, in a meeting with Afghan vice president.
leaders representing more than 750 million people have published a “statement of principles”, which commits them to putting greater equality and climate resilience at the heart of their recovery plans.
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PM Jacinda Ardern outlines easing curbs to allow domestic travel and eating out; White House says US-China relationship one of ‘disappointment’; eurozone’s future threatened.
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