“Accord” in the news
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· 80% Returns And A Fair Valuation Forced A Sell On Bridgemarq →
There were 4,606 property sales across the Greater Toronto Area in May, according to the Toronto Regional Real Estate Board (TRREB).
The New York Times
· The Athletic Lays Off 8 Percent of Staff →
The Athletic has nearly a million subscribers according to Patterson.
· Iran braces for new coronavirus wave after surge in infections →
According to a poll cited last week by Deputy Health Minister Iraj Harirchi, public belief in physical distancing has dropped from 90 percent to 40 percent, while trust in stay-at-home orders has also slumped, from 86 percent to 32 percent.
Hong Kong Free Press
· Explainer: Piexon JPX6 – the new hi-tech pepper spray tool for Hong Kong riot police →
According to Piexon:
· California Gov. Newsom orders end to police use of "sleeper" chokehold →
Context: Derek Chauvin, a Minneapolis police officer, knelt on Floyd's neck for nearly nine minutes, according to Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman.
· National University of Singapore student charged with filming two women showering in hostel toilet; suspended till 2022 →
According to an online newsletter from the university’s engineering science programme, dated August last year, Angga was a second-year student in the programme at the time of the incidents.
· Iran FM throws ball back in Trump’s court on nuclear deal →
The multilateral accord, known formally as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, gave the Islamic republic relief from international sanctions in return for limits on its nuclear programme.
· Warriors Rumors: LaMelo Ball, James Wiseman Have Met with GSW in Zoom Meetings →
The NBA draft lottery has been pushed back to Aug. 25, with the draft itself now scheduled for Oct. 15, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
· Sunday trading laws could be relaxed to help economy recover from coronavirus crisis →
Boris Johnson and his chief adviser Dominic Cummings are said to be on board with the plans, according to The Times, but there are concerns more traditionalist MPs may not be.
· Opec, Russia meet to extend record oil cuts, push for compliance →
Iraq, which had one of the worst compliance rates in May, according to a Reuters survey, agreed to additional cuts, Opec sources said.