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    US formally declares Myanmar has been subject to military coup
     3 February 2021
    After an assessment of the situation in Myanmar, the US State Department formally concludes that the country's military deposed the duly elected government in a coup d'état, triggering consequences for coup leaders.
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    What's going on in Myanmar now? Where is Aung San Suu Kyi? This is what we know about the military coup
    3 Feb: Yesterday's events in Myanmar may have been the subject of rumours for some weeks, but the dawn raids on leader Aung San Suu Kyi and others seem to have even taken locals by surprise. Here's a glimpse of what is happening on the ground.... more
    Aung San Suu Kyi arrest: What is going on between Myanmar's military and its de facto ruler?
    2 Feb: Just two months ago, Aung San Suu Kyi was celebrating a huge victory for her party in parliamentary elections. Now she is in military custody and the fate of Myanmar's fledgling democracy is uncertain.... more
    This is Perth in lockdown, as coronavirus restrictions force people to stay at home and masks become mandatory
    2 Feb: Perth's normally bustling streets are transformed into sparsely populated wastelands as the five-day COVID-19 lockdown gets underway, with cafes and shopping centres deserted and parents juggling work and child care.... more
    Families of Wuhan COVID-19 victims claim China is monitoring them, as WHO expert team visits
    2 Feb: Families of people who died after contracting coronavirus in China's former epicentre Wuhan say they are constantly monitored and warned by authorities, who tell them speaking out will damage China's national interest.... more
    An explanation from The European Union Ambassador to New Zealand over controls on Covid-19 vaccines
    1 Feb: An explanation from The European Union Ambassador to New Zealand over controls on Covid-19 vaccines... more
    COVID-19 vaccine jab when you have a fear of needles? Here's how to overcome your trypanophobia
    1 Feb: Not too many of us find getting jabbed in the arm with a needle a particularly nice experience. So if you're afraid of needles but want a COVID-19 vaccine, how can you make the experience as pleasant as possible?... more
    Cyclone Ana hits Fiji causing flooding with one man drowned, several missing
    1 Feb: A 49-year-old man has drowned and a three-year-old boy is one of five people missing after Cyclone Ana hit Fiji.... more
    Panic buying in Perth as lockdown begins despite Premier Mark McGowan's plea for calm
    1 Feb: Long queues form outside supermarkets across the Perth metropolitan area despite the WA Premier urging people not to panic buy as the state heads into a snap five-day lockdown.... more
    Residents Perth are just beginning 5 days hard lockdown that will see them staying home until Friday night
    31 Jan: Residents Perth are just beginning 5 days hard lockdown that will see them staying home until Friday night... more

     Most Popular Recent International News
     07 Feb: Thousands of Indian farmers blockade Delhi highways in protest after internet being cut off and journalists charged +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     13 Feb: In world news headlines - ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
     06 Feb: Myanmar's military has cut off the internet and Facebook. It's a tactic straight from the authoritarian playbook ++++++++++++++++++++++++
     07 Feb: Tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets of Myanmar's cities to denounce this week's coup and demand the release of elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi despite a blockade on the internet by the junta +++++++++++++++++++++++
     31 Jan: How shooting whales with air rifles is helping scientists study Antarctica's changing environment +++++++++++++++++
     09 Feb: Donald Trump's impeachment trial looks to be heading for an acquittal, but the 14th amendment could give Democrats a Plan B +++++++++++++++
     11 Feb: World Health Organization scientists recommend Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine for all age groups ++++++++++++

     International NewsLinks
      1 Mar: Changes to cricket and netball venues because of changes to covid levels (RadioNZ)
      1 Mar: Kāpiti women artists join together to celebrate international women's day. (NZ Herald)
      1 Mar: All international cricket to be played in wellington this week (RadioNZ)
      1 Mar: International student downturn costs 700 university jobs (RadioNZ)
      1 Mar: Vista group international limited (nzx: vgl) vista group in the box seat for the future of movies (sharechat.co.nz)
      28 Feb: White ferns finally break odi drought (RadioNZ)
      28 Feb: 61st golden shears in jeopardy (NZ Herald)
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