June trong tin tức

Các ấn phẩm và câu ví dụ

The Age
· 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.
The New York Times
· 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.
The Guardian
· 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.
Seeking Alpha
· Dropbox: An Attractively Valued Pick In Today's Overheated Software Sector  
In June 2020, the company launched multiple new features for increased document security.
Washington Post
· Authorities search for ‘Glee’ star believed to have drowned  
The couple finalized their divorce in June 2018 after nearly four years of marriage.
Financial Express
· 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.
Yonhap News
· 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.