|across the border||国境を越えて|
|near the border||国境近く|
· Freo ship's coronavirus cases 'no excuse' to keep state locked up: Harvey →
At a press briefing yesterday, Mr McGowan said the six crew who had tested positive on board the Al Kuwait were evidence strong border controls were vital in handling the pandemic and explained the government's cautious approach to easing restrictions.
· Iconic sites reopen as world eyes life after lockdown →
Italian foreign minister Luigi di Maio says he is working with EU colleagues to agree on June 15 as a coordinated day for member states to reopen their borders and tourist regions.
· Trump’s latest travel ban targets Brazil →
“Airports and borders are closed, supply chains are interrupted, businesses are shuttered.
· Biden wins AFL-CIO endorsement as he seeks to recapture blue collar vote →
In 2016, Trump promoted himself as a champion of workers, promising to rip up international trade agreements and close America's borders.
· WHO warns 1st wave of pandemic not over as infections surge in Brazil, India →
Spain's foreign minister said that European Union members should collectively agree to open borders and determine which non-EU countries are safe for travel.
· NRL makes against-the-odds return for sports-starved Australians →
The New Zealand Warriors will be encamped in rural Tamworth, about 420 kilometers north of Sydney, while Melbourne Storm have moved to Albury on the Victoria-NSW border.
· Joe Biden nabs AFL-CIO endorsement →
“She's 100 percent loyal to Trump, backed by 11 pro-gun sheriffs and Cowboys for Trump, and she's even for Trump's border wall,” a narrator says of Herrell, ticking through some popular characteristics among Republican voters.
· A House Through Time review – an absorbing, important history lesson →
Partly because of presenter David Olusoga’s permanent air of absolute tranquillity (some people may find it bordering on soporific – I feel more as though he’s enabling me to let the edges of the scene blur and melt) and partly because its subject – unlike the messy humanity of Who Do You Think You Are?
· Coronavirus updates LIVE: WHO issues stark warning, says COVID-19 is 'on the way up'; Global virus cases surpass 5.5 million →
Later, we learned just how COVID-safe we were: an estimated 14,000 lives were saved by social distancing, mass testing and border restrictions.