|located about east||東に位置する|
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· Jessie Ware: What's Your Pleasure? review – dancefloor diva back where she belongs →
is a defiant return to the club-primed sound of Devotion that Ware, now 35, felt she had been pulled away from (another revealing detail about industry expectations).
· WHO's decision to resume HCQ clinical trial a step in right direction, say experts →
Welcoming WHO’s decision, ICMR Director General Dr Balram Bhargava said, “ICMR and India have been firm on recommendations about the drug based on biological plausibility, in vitro data and case controlled studies.
· Video appears to show officers hitting cyclist on Manhattan street →
The U.K. expects the United States to continue its tradition of protecting media freedom, Britain's Foreign Minister Dominic Raab said Thursday when asked about protests sparked by the death of George Floyd.
· Lesbian reverend dedicates service to Atlanta's most vulnerable: The homeless →
Jackson, who identifies as a lesbian, is most concerned about the transgender women of color who are experiencing homelessness.
· AOC endorses primary challenger to longtime Rep. Eliot Engel in district next door →
Engel has reported raising more than $1.6 million through March, about triple Bowman’s haul.
The New York Times
· Philippine Dissenters May Face Terrorist Designation →
As president, Mr. Duterte has mused about placing the entire country under martial law and called Mr. Marcos his idol.
· Delhi-NCR air quality: 57% people rate 'bad', 'very bad', says survey →
The findings showed 78.9 per cent of the people do not know about the National Clean Air Programme, which proposes a framework to achieve a national-level target of 20-30 per cent reduction of PM2.5 and PM10 concentration between 2017 and 2024.
· OL Reign's Rapinoe to skip NWSL Challenge Cup →
US women's national team star Megan Rapinoe will not play for OL Reign in the NWSL Challenge Cup later this month due to concerns about the spread of coronavirus, her club coach said.
· General Electric: Losers Stay Losing →
The fact that General Electric's shares have not participated in the broad market recovery over the last two months is thus easily explained by the market's realistic views about General Electric's future.