'A blow to autonomy': Hong Kong's national security bill
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Irvine describes her small business as a ‘community hub’ in Halifax and her cafe sits nestled in the university district of the city, typically very popular among students. [ Sign up for our Health IQ newsletter for the latest coronavirus updates ]Police are searching for Christian B's Volkswagen camper van. Pic: Met Police
Where does all the energy unleashed by the protests go? What happens to “Defund the police” when the chanting fades? When the day comes – as presumably, eventually, it must – what will be left on the empty streets to show for it?
Workers have been trying to cap the well since gas started leaking nearly two weeks ago, Tridiv Hazarika, spokesman for government-owned Oil India Limited (OIL), said on Wednesday.
Sydney covered in thick fog as parts of Australia wake to frosty condition
The staff cuts come just a week after SoftBank revealed that Misra received a substantial increase in compensation, despite massive losses in the business. The former Deutsche Bank AG trader earned 1.61 billion yen ($15 million) in the year ended March 31, more than double his pay a year earlier. Misra was SoftBank's second-highest-paid executive in the period, after Claure.Hassan is urging countries across the region "to share the responsibility" of both protecting and providing for the Rohingya, while also working with Myanmar to find a long-term solution to this crisis.银座招商Man accused of deadly attack on his own grandparents"Our struggle is not over, and you will see us on the streets again as we continue to fight for justice."Mr Stevens said while it was appropriate to allow people to express their concerns last weekend, continual disregard of coronavirus restrictions would mock the efforts of those abiding by them."I'm confident it was the right decision for Saturday," he said."But I'm also confident that providing that opportunity, it is now appropriate people abide by the restrictions that everybody else in the community is applying."There could be asymptomatic people spreading the virus and we need to know we can properly manage that in the event of an outbreak."To allow people to continue that sort of activity in an uncontrolled way creates a risk that we're not really prepared to manage."With thousands attending the first protest, making it one of the biggest rallies in Adelaide for many years, police praised it as well-organised.Those attending were calling for justice over the death of African-American man George Floyd during his arrest in the US and ongoing concerns over indigenous deaths in custody.Many people wore masks and some tried to socially-distance but most remained in close quarters.Organisers and police also passed around hand sanitiser.© AAP 2020India's Supreme Court has ordered states to identify stranded migrant workers and transport them back to their hometowns within 15 days as the humanitarian crisis surrounding their movement has continued over weeks of the coronavirus lockdown.
He added that China's "browbeating of HSBC, in particular, should serve as a cautionary tale" - noting that the threats against the bank came despite a senior executive signing a petition "supporting Beijing's disastrous decision to destroy Hong Kong's autonomy".银座招商The incident, which experts say will take water systems "decades to recover from", happened in the Siberian industrial city of Norilsk, 1,800 miles (2,900km) northeast of Moscow.Vladimir Chuprov, from Greenpeace Russia, says there are high chances the fuel will spread.
Arradondo is Minneapolis’s first African American police chief, joining the department in 1989 as a patrol officer and eventually working his way up to precinct inspector, then head of the internal affairs unit.