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The result comes after a survey in January found that 80 percent of those polled wanted the Games delayed or cancelled.
Secretary-General Antonio Guterres urged governments to consider imposing a "solidarity or wealth tax" on the rich.
"People are dying - and it's totally avoidable."
The 29-year-old is now in line to light the flame at the Tokyo Olympics.
Iran said the person who caused an electricity outage in one of the production halls at the underground uranium enrichment plant had been identified.
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Boris Johnson, whose unruly hair style has become a trademark look, was one of thousands who flocked to hairdressers and barbers.
Philip died at Windsor Castle on Friday, aged 99.
"We're rookies, and as soon as we realised that we hadn't declared, we went straight to the Electoral Commission."
For years Bridge Pā locals have watched their rivers dry up, with one reduced to a dust bowl during summer.
A young Black man was fatally shot during a traffic stop for what his mother said was air fresheners dangling from his rear-view mirror.
An investigation determined he did not follow the policies of the local police department.
Jacinda Ardern said if they don't get vaccinated in the next three weeks, workers will be moved off the frontline.
"He may not have lived the same public life as his brother but his impact on our family for over a decade was profound."
"We expect a good deal of cut and paste from February's statement."
The Nurses Union has raised concerns about non-clinical staff giving the vaccines.
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It hopes to give teens with difficult upbringings a chance at turning their lives around before they re-offend.
Some workers are flat-out refusing to get a vaccine.
David Smol is a former chief executive of the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.
Bloomfield said those workers were at the "head of the queue" for having a conversation about redeployment.