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· George Floyd death: Pope condemns US violence and prays for those suffering from ‘sin of racism’ →
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· Beware! 'Potentially dangerous' asteroid is approaching Earth, warns NASA →
As per estimates of the Planetary Society, any space rock bigger than 460ft (140m) across has the potential to wreak havoc in “a country-sized area”, the media reports said.
· Go online, Dr Mahathir tells Covid-19 hit business owners mulling closure →
He said harnessing technology to move their business forward in areas like delivery of goods and communications could widen their customer reach as they were no longer limited to physical brick-and-mortar shops.
· Police fining and arresting black and Asian people disproportionately under coronavirus laws in London →
“No population base data will ever accurately capture a street population in a given area, at a given time but it is of note we were seeing more young adults out of their home than older adults.”
· Met police twice as likely to fine black people over lockdown breaches – research →
This includes interactions between the areas subject to significant proactive policing activity targeting crime hot-spots and both the variation in the age-profile and geographical distribution of ethnic groups in London.”
· The US Postal Service is struggling – that's bad for the election →
Hutkins said he was concerned DeJoy would implement proposals from a 2018 Trump administration report, which suggested the USPS should end Saturday delivery, close more stations and reconsider delivering to remote areas.
· The pandemic exposes US childcare for what it is: ‘a crisis within a crisis’ →
Some 51% of Americans live in childcare deserts, defined as areas with no childcare providers or where the ratio of children under the age of 5 to cumulative childcare capacity is greater than 3 to 1.