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· Irksome in Iceland, brusque in Britain? US envoys draw ire →
In Britain, Ambassador Robert “Woody” Johnson faces accusations that he tried to steer golf’s British Open toward a Trump resort in Scotland and that he made racist and sexist comments.
· UK hot weather MAP: Scorching Azores plume to blast Britain with 97F heatwave this week →
High pressure and winds travelling from Europe will kick start the next heatwave across Britain.
· From Manhattan to Hiroshima: the race for the atom bomb →
The project includes top physicists from the US, Britain and Canada, in addition to several who fled the Nazi occupation of their homelands in Europe.
The Japan Times
· An inside look at Vladimir Putin’s many moves to retain power →
He fled to Britain and then France, where he currently lives, after London’s High Court in 2014 ordered his assets frozen at Russia’s request.
· Stranded by virus, honeymooners hitch home on Antarctic boat →
The only possible flights were convoluted routes through Britain or Africa and the prospect of lengthy quarantines along the way.
Hong Kong Free Press
· Security law: France halts ratification of extradition treaty with Hong Kong →
Britain last month suspended its extradition treaty with Hong Kong “immediately and indefinitely” in response to the new law while Germany suspended its extradition treaty with Hong Kong over the decision to push back local elections by a year.
The Japan Times
· Japan households get mystery seed packages labeled from China →
Households across Japan have received unsolicited packages of seeds marked as coming from China, similar to incidents overseas including in the United States and Britain, consumer authorities said Monday.
· Zombie blockbuster 'Peninsula' posts $40 mln in revenue in 8 Asian nations →
The movie was officially invited to this year's Cannes Film Festival and pre-sold to over 180 nations and territories, including Japan, Britain, and France.
· Latin America surpasses five million Covid-19 cases, Reuters tally shows →
Mexico has also racked up record numbers of new confirmed infections in recent days, registering more than 9,000 daily cases for the first time on Saturday, a day after Mexico overtook Britain as the country with the third-highest number of deaths caused by the coronavirus pandemic.