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· PM calls for 'swift opening' of new chamber to pass extra budget →
With or without the opposition's participation, the assembly is on course to convene the opening meeting Friday as requested.
· China delayed release of coronavirus genome findings to WHO →
At the end of Tedros' trip, WHO convened another emergency meeting, finally declaring a global emergency on January 30.
· Into an American Uprising: Can You Hear Us Now? →
As protests and riots continue following the recent deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor, NBC News Now and NBCBLK convene a virtual conversation called Can You Hear Us Now?
· The protest was peaceful — then the cops arrived →
As the young and diverse crowd convened at 4PM, speakers explained the protest was meant to be peaceful and not a chance to harm local businesses.
The New York Times
· Embattled at Home, Trump Finds Himself Isolated Abroad, Too →
On Monday, as if to underline the American president’s isolation, it was to the Russian president, Vladimir V. Putin, that Mr. Trump placed a call, in which the two men discussed the virus, trade and “progress toward convening the G7,” the White House said.
· From St. John's Episcopal Church to pandemic response, Trump is co-opting religion to keep the religious right on his side →
On the Thursday before Memorial Day, Trump spoke to reporters following his 20-minute video visit with thousands of conservative pastors at a round-table discussion convened by the influential religious-right political advocacy group the Family Research Council.
· How China blocked WHO and Chinese scientists early in coronavirus outbreak →
On Jan. 22, WHO convened an independent committee to determine whether to declare a global health emergency.
· Correa's trial is an attack on Ecuador's democracy →
The amendments were approved in a referendum, which the Moreno government convened and which IACHR and the Organization of American States criticised.
· Global report: Germany eases travel ban and cafe culture returns to Paris →
A group of more than 230 former world leaders, global health experts and economists called on the G20 to convene an urgent summit to provide a “strongly coordinated global response” to what they described as an unprecedented global crisis.
· Squabbling clubs overshadow Portuguese football's restart →
Once this week's games are completed, league president Pedro Proenca, a former international referee, is set to face his critics at a general assembly on Monday convening warring clubs.