· Trump praises Secret Service and threatens protesters with 'vicious dogs' →
It was not immediately clear if the president was calling for a counter-protest by his supporters, an event which would be likely to enflame tensions already running high.
· Premier League clubs told depleted squads will not delay restart →
Full-contact training is already under way in this country, and has just been given the go-ahead in Spain, though the German experience underlines the difficulties of trying to compress a normal pre-season into just a couple of weeks.
· Coronavirus will be catastrophic to Africa’s most vulnerable nations – we cannot leave these people behind →
Already, 135 million people face food shortages that have been recently exacerbated by historic swarms of locusts in Africa.
· Holiday just what we need for our mental health after lockdown →
We are already packing our bags.
· Low Growth Potential Of The Russian Market →
Agree, it is difficult to expect that what is already the cheapest will become even cheaper.
· Shift work and days at home on the cards to avoid public transport overcrowding →
Conversations have already begun between government agencies and major CBD employers that may lead to increased shiftwork and workers being asked to continue working from home on certain days.
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· George Floyd and Minneapolis Protests: Live Updates →
Already, National Guard units have been activated in Minnesota and in other cities — standard for dealing with civil unrest within the country.
· 'Leading without inhibition': Inside the Berejiklian government's rush to reopen →
It reminded him of what he already knew: that the much-needed welfare was hiding huge levels of unemployment that could be unleashed when the payment expires in September.
· Waymo’s robot minivans are ready to roll in the Bay Area for the first time since COVID-19 outbreak →
Waymo’s robot minivans are already back on the road in the Phoenix area, as well as the company’s private test facility in California’s Central Valley.
· What Will Your Post-COVID Work Commute Look Like? →
The technology is already used in hospital waiting rooms, but it needs to be outfitted to meet the subway’s precise needs.