Arrest trong tin tức
Ví dụ collocations
|arrest warrant||Lệnh bắt|
|arrest warrants||Lệnh bắt giữ|
|cardiac arrest||Ngừng tim|
|house arrest||Quản thúc|
|resisting arrest||Chống bắt giữ|
Các ấn phẩm và câu ví dụ
· Feds charge ex-Venezuelan politician with recruiting terrorists to attack U.S. interests →
The Trump administration also announced a $15 million reward for information leading to the arrest of Maduro.
The New York Times
· SpaceX, Hong Kong, Larry Kramer: Your Wednesday Evening Briefing →
At least 300 demonstrators were arrested in Hong Kong on Wednesday, above, in protests increasingly focused on directly challenging China’s ruling Communist Party.
The China Post
· Victim in police encounter had started new life in Minnesota →
In widely circulated cellphone video of the subsequent arrest, Floyd, who was black, can be seen on the ground with his hands cuffed behind his back while Officer Derek Chauvin presses him to the pavement with his knee on Floyd’s neck.
· Pompeo told Congress Hong Kong is no longer autonomous from China. Here’s what that means. →
Police cracked down on the protests, arresting more than 100 people.
· Morning mail: teacher's abuse exposed, Trump threatens Twitter, NRL returns →
360 people have been arrested in Hong Kong, as thousands of armed police clashed with demonstrators engaged in day-long protests, sparked by China’s plans to introduce sweeping anti-sedition laws in the former British territory.
· Why Twitter labeling Trump’s tweets as “potentially misleading” is a big step forward →
Some will say the executives should resign in disgrace, or possibly be arrested.
· Biden condemns death of George Floyd, says black lives are 'under threat' →
While Biden applauded the Minneapolis mayor’s decision to fire the officers involved in Floyd’s arrest, he said the move wasn’t enough and that an investigation by the FBI and DOJ is necessary to “ensure that the Floyd family received the justice they are entitled to.”
· Hong Kong no longer has autonomy under China, Pompeo says →
Police fired pepper pellets into the crowds of protesters and arrested more than 300 people after flooding central Hong Kong.
· Canadian court rules against Huawei executive fighting extradition →
It also effectively dashes hopes for a quick mending of Canada-China relations, which soured following her arrest on a US warrant in 2018 during a stopover in Vancouver.
· Canada court ruling clears way for US extradition of Huawei executive →
The decision, is likely to be applauded by American officials, but will further strain relations between Canada and China, which have deteriorated significantly since Meng’s arrest in December 2018.