June trong tin tức
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· Fremantle faces Western Derby ticket battle after crowd capped at 30,000 →
Under current phase 4 restrictions, in place since June 26, West Australians must adhere to the two-square-metre per person capacity rule, and major events at Optus Stadium, HBF Park and RAC Arena are capped at 50 per cent crowds.
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· In Turkey's Soccer League, the Super Lig's Giants Face a Reckoning →
Even Galatasaray found that victory in the Intercontinental derby was illusory: It lost ground soon after the Super Lig restarted in June.
· Nine out of ten public transport users wearing face masks - survey →
Face coverings have been mandatory on public transport in England since 15 June and in Scotland, with the rules extending to taxis and private hire cabs, since 22 June.
· Dropbox: An Attractively Valued Pick In Today's Overheated Software Sector →
In June 2020, the company launched multiple new features for increased document security.
· Authorities search for ‘Glee’ star believed to have drowned →
The couple finalized their divorce in June 2018 after nearly four years of marriage.
· TCS share price volatile after weak Q1 results; soars 50% since March; should you buy or sell the stock? →
The company missed the Street’s estimates on all fronts in the quarter ended June 30.
· Uber lets some California drivers set their own prices →
“The reality is the overwhelming majority of drivers have said in survey after survey — including one conducted last month — that they prefer working independently,” he wrote, linking to a June survey that Uber commissioned.
· Florida Texas and Arizona face SHUT DOWN after second wave coronavirus spike confirmed →
The state had one of the earliest reopens in the US, with lockdown measures eased on May 4, and again on June 5.
· Father of late triathlete calls for new law to protect athletes against abuse →
Choi Young-hee, whose daughter Choi Suk-hyeon was found dead in late June, held a press conference at the National Assembly, where he was joined by United Future Party Rep. Lee Yong, former head coach of the national bobsleigh and skeleton team.
· Three years after IS, slim funds keep Mosul in ruins →
The scandalous testimonies found an audience in Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhemi, who travelled to Mosul in June and promised things would change.