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The Wall Street Journal
· Late South Korea Mayor’s Accuser Details Allegations →
SEOUL—A former secretary of the Seoul city mayor alleged that her former boss kissed her bruised knee, asked for hugs and once sent a photo of himself in his underwear, challenging the South Korean politician’s feminist credentials after he was found dead last week.
· China imposes retaliatory sanctions against U.S. over criticism of Uighur camps →
A report from the Associated Press last week alleged that women in the camps have been forcibly sterilized.
· Manchester City’s European ban quashed on appeal →
However, CAS found that “most of the alleged breaches reported by the Adjudicatory Chamber of the CFCB (Uefa Club Financial Control Body) were either not established or time-barred”.
· Moscow police detain people protesting ex-reporter’s jailing →
Many former journalism colleagues alleged that the authorities may have wanted to take revenge for Safronov’s reporting that exposed Russian military incidents and opaque arms trade deals.
· Bereaved urge EU chief to supervise Italian coronavirus inquiry →
In addition, they have asked prosecutors to investigate the alleged failure by authorities to sufficiently inform people of the risk of infection, as well as the lack of personal protective equipment in healthcare facilities and what they say was the lack of effective and timely medical assistance.
· Racing Point 'confident' despite 'misconceived' Renault protest →
Renault lodged a protest against Racing Point, whose car has been dubbed the 'pink Mercedes' due to alleged similarities with the world champions' cars from last season, after Sunday's Styrian Grand Prix.
· Intel And Micron Are Two Likely Winners From Technology Stimulus →
While I won't rehash the rationale for the trade war with China and the many forms of preferential treatment that Chinese companies are alleged to receive, it's worth mentioning China's Big Fund Phase 1, amounting to around $20 billion, and Phase 2, at around $29 billion, raised to invest in the country's semiconductor industry.
· Israeli police tear down anti-Netanyahu protest camp →
Israeli police have clashed with protesters outside Benjamin Netanyahu’s house, as the embattled prime minister faces heightened criticism for alleged corruption and his government’s handling of the coronavirus crisis.
The China Post
· Kosovo president visits prosecutors who indicted him →
In a television interview aired Sunday, Hashim Thaci said he was going to The Hague to prove to prosecutors investigating alleged war crimes linked to the 1998-1999 armed conflict in Kosovo between ethnic Albanian separatists and Serbia that he had broken no international laws.