Cathay said on Tuesday a fall in passenger revenue to only 1 percent of the previous year's levels meant the airline had been losing cash at a rate of 2.5-3 billion Hong Kong dollars ($323m-$387m) per month since February.
Global markets"The pandemic has drastically weakened India's growth outlook and laid bare the challenges caused by a high public-debt burden," Fitch Ratings said in its APAC Sovereign Credit Overview released on Wednesday.
More than 2.6 million people have been affected by heavy rain in Guangxi, Hunan, Guangdong and other southern provinces, and hundreds of thousands of people have been evacuated from their homes.
— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) June 11, 2020</blockquote>At least two Pakistani soldiers were killed in a roadside bomb blast triggered by unidentified militants in the country's restive North Waziristan district bordering Afghanistan, officials said on Thursday.
In the UK, Little Britain has been removed from Netflix, NOW TV, iPlayer and Britbox after coming under fire over the use of blackface in some of its sketches.Meanwhile, comedian Leigh Francis has apologised for "offensive" portrayals of celebrities including Craig David, Michael Jackson and Trisha Goddard on sketch show Bo' Selecta, which first aired in 2002.US late night TV host Jimmy Fallon has also apologised for wearing blackface during a Saturday Night Live (SNL) sketch 20 years ago.Race and Revolution: Is Change Going to Come?Sky News will broadcast a global debate show on Tuesday night at 8pm - looking at the issues raised by the Black Lives Matter protests, and examining institutional racism and how we fix it.If you would like to be part of our virtual audience, and have a chance of putting a question to our panel, please send your name, location and question to firstname.lastname@example.orgAn Adelaide man has avoided an immediate jail sentence after running down a police officer at a random breath testing station in Adelaide.Aman Ace Quensier pleaded guilty to causing harm by dangerous driving over the incident on New Year's Day last year in which Senior Constable Samuel Petts suffered serious leg injuries.Sentencing on Wednesday, District Court Judge Liesl Chapman said Quensier was driving unlicensed at the time.He was flagged down by a police officer to pull over at the RBT but in a moment of "immature panic" drove straight ahead."Officer Petts had moved in front of your car, but when he saw you accelerating he jumped to his left and slid onto the bonnet," Judge Chapman said.The police officer tried to grab the keys from Quensier's car but as the 24-year-old drove off his arm got caught, he stumbled and was dragged for some distance before his left leg was run over.He suffered pain, laceration and bruising but no broken bones.Related
Underdeveloped and developing nations generally contribute to deaths from this disease.''The times ahead will be truly regrettable and painful for the South Korean authorities,'' the statement, reportedly delivered by head of the United Front Department (UFD) Jang Geum Chol, read, accusing South Korea of having ''no will'' to implement previous inter-Korean agreements.必胜客活动Since the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis just over two weeks ago, tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets of New York City in protest over police brutality.
It was the first time since 2004 that the commission made such a recommendation. It said religious freedom in India had seen a drastic turn downward.必胜客活动'
Rajeev Misra, head of the London-based Vision Fund, has expanded the number of planned cuts in recent days to as many as 80 employees out of roughly 500, said one of the people, who asked not to be identified discussing personnel decisions. The fund had planned to cut about 10% of its workforce as of last month, Bloomberg News has reported.