“Carry” in the news
|able to carry|
|did not carry|
|used to carry|
Publications and example sentences
· India's migrant exodus spreads coronavirus to hinterlands →
Not only did they take their meagre belongings with them, but, like Shaw, many are carrying coronavirus to India's vulnerable rural hinterlands, where healthcare provision is some of the worst in the world.
· Top headlines in major S. Korean newspapers →
Korean-language dailies-- Allegations over justice council must be solved, movement for comfort women should be continued (Kyunghyang Shinmun)-- Fraudulent regulatory filing becomes chronic disease for nonprofit organizations (Kookmin Daily)-- Kim Jong-un hints at nuclear provocation to Trump (Donga llbo) -- Mayors fail to carry out campaign pledges (Seoul Shinmun)-- Modern people burden themselves with 'I can do it' spirit (Segye Times)-- Thousands of Hong Kongers take to streets, claim 'Chinese Communists Party should end' (Chosun Ilbo)-- Hong Kong becomes 'detonator' amid U.S.-China Cold War (JoongAng Ilbo)-- 21st National Assembly shall answer to protesters' call for gender equality (Hankyoreh)-- With only 275 doctors available for infectious diseases, things get tough for COVID-19 troops (Hankook Ilbo)-- Real-name financial system to hinder development of facial recognition, blockchain technologies (Maeil Business Newspaper) -- Huawei gets desperate, calls for help from Samsung, SK hynix (Korea Economic Daily)
The Wall Street Journal
· Iran Ships Fuel to Venezuela, Flouting U.S. Pressure on Its Foes →
The first of five tankers carrying Iranian fuel has reached gasoline-starved Venezuela in a show of defiance by two U.S. adversaries flouting American sanctions aimed at unseating their authoritarian governments.
· Coronavirus updates LIVE: Pressure mounts on British PM after aide is accused of flouting lockdown rules; four states report no new cases for more than a week →
The figure was down on the 1.4 million tests conducted the day prior, but it is the second consecutive day that the city has carried out more than 1 million tests in a single day.
· Bolsonaro attends rally as Brazil political scandal heats up →
Bolsonaro was seen posing for photographs, shaking people's hands, and even carrying a young boy on his shoulders, part of a pattern of flouting and discouraging social isolation measures advised by health professionals to curb the pandemic.
The New York Times
· Mory Kante, Million-Selling African Singer and Bandleader, Dies at 70 →
Mr. Kante came from a family of griots, the dynastic West African musicians whose songs carry news and chronicle history.
· The 'risky business' of tracking Rwandan fugitive Felicien Kabuga →
We carried out an investigation in Nairobi called Operation NAKI.
· Breakouts Mostly Averted, So Far →
Oil: The rally in the July light sweet crude futures contract stalled ahead of the weekend, snapping a six-day rally that carried it from about $25.70 to a little over $34.60.
· Joe Hart: 'All I want is to be a big part of a club ... hope burns through me' →
It made me realise I was going to cost the team the title if I carried on in goal.
· China says virus pushing US ties to brink of 'Cold War' →
But The New York Times marked the grim US toll on Sunday with a memorial on its front page carrying one-line obituaries for 1,000 victims.