|did not believe||信じなかった|
|does not believe||信じていません|
· Aubrey Menarndt on Mongolia’s Dynamic Youth →
Mongolians were led to believe that the discovery would transform their country and their lives.
· Advance Auto Parts Is On The Right Track →
Most notably, the company believes the first week of April was the lowest point of the pandemic impact, as some states are relaxing shelter-in-place measures.
· More than 2 million British travellers able to avoid 14-day quarantine after travelling abroad →
It is believed at least 1.5 million could claim exemption because of their work in health or care.
The New York Times
· ‘Please, I Don’t Have Insurance’: Businesses Plead With Protesters →
Mr. Shelby said he shared the pain of people protesting Mr. Floyd’s death but did not believe that stealing would stop such incidents from happening in the future.
· The Station: Amazon eyes Zoox, Aurora goes back to school and Cabana hits the road →
“In health care and in transportation, I believe in the power of science and technology to change our world.
· Finally there is real movement on Australia's climate policy but time isn’t on our side →
Willox cautions – correctly, I believe – that the government must back its vision with “adequate funding”.
· Life after lockdown: astronauts and adventurers on the ‘shock’ of getting back to normal →
As physical distancing restrictions begin to ease across Australia, with students returning to school, restaurants reopening nation-wide and workplaces preparing to welcome back employees, Hillary believes many people will be experiencing a mix of emotions, ranging from relief to uncertainty and even some resistance.
· Family of David Dungay, who died in custody, express solidarity with family of George Floyd →
“It’s hard to believe that in modern Australia, some 25 years after the royal commission into Aboriginal deaths in custody, this is still happening without accountability,” the National Justice Project’s George Newhouse said.
The New York Times
· Nazi or Hero? Historian Looks at the Stories a German Consultant Told of His Father →
Mr. Berger, who was a child during the war, defended himself by saying that he had believed the stories his father told him.
· Racing at Newcastle leads way as professional sport returns →
The BHA also believes trial runs at Lingfield last week have helped to iron out any remaining wrinkles in its plans.