· Marzuki: Bersatu can only decide on bid to sack Muhyiddin after June 30 →
The Penang PPBM chief was quoted as saying that no meeting can be held before June 30 because of the Covid-19 outbreak.
· Japanese bathhouses awash with post-lockdown customers →
At Yumominosato, customers must now have their temperature checked before entering, and are asked to keep their distance in and out of the water.
· Curfews go into effect in cities around the country →
The NFL has been a flashpoint for protests over police violence ever since Colin Kaepernick began kneeling during national anthems before games.
· Social distance cinema: ‘Grease’ draws crowds to Madrid drive-in →
We’ve never been to a drive-in cinema before, so we’re killing two birds with one stone!” — AFP
· All Centrelink debts raised using income averaging unlawful, Christian Porter concedes →
Australia’s attorney general, Christian Porter, has conceded that all Centrelink debts raised using the “income averaging” method were unlawful, opening the door to an influx of further claims for refunds from victims who were hit with debts before 2015.
· Bob Hammond dies aged 78 →
He went on to win two more flags with the club, before coaching Norwood to two premierships in 1975 and 1978.
· Virus forces ‘paper napkin’ makeover at swanky German hotel →
The face coverings are a “big problem,” she believes, making it “impossible to talk to guests like we did before”.
The Japan Times
· Protests heat up across U.S. as governors call in National Guard →
And a person was killed in the area of protests in downtown Detroit just before midnight after someone fired shots into an SUV, officers said.
· Cook Off, the no-budget romcom that became the first Zimbabwean film on Netflix →
Cook Off was shot in 2017, just months before the fall of Zimbabwe’s despotic ex-president Robert Mugabe, whose iron-fisted rule brought the economy to its knees.
· At 8 p.m. in Minneapolis, protesters receive a smartphone warning →
Cities from coast to coast issued curfews and activated their National Guards in an attempt to to get ahead of the unrest, some even before the sun went down.