The Rio Times
· Anti-fascist Soccer Fan Organizations Take Front Line Action Against Bolsonaro →
In defense of democracy, soccer fan organizations also staged coordinated protests in at least 15 other cities, such as Belo Horizonte, Porto Alegre, and Rio de Janeiro, where fans of Rio de Janeiro's top clubs marched against racism.
· Police shut down almost 90 county lines spreading drugs and 'mayhem' across UK →
“These are the people who often rarely leave London, avoid handling drugs themselves but they coordinate the distribution.
· The Dollar Index Breaks Down →
After the period of the highest price variance in years, the dollar index settled into a narrow trading range, which was likely a coordinated strategy during the height of the pandemic.
· Our cities only serve the wealthy. Coronavirus could change that →
In neighbourhoods across the world, mutual aid networks have sprung up to coordinate everything from grocery shopping to rent strikes.
· When Time Loses All Meaning →
Wuhan becomes numbers to track: its coordinates on the globe, the size of its population, the number of people who fled before it was sealed off, their destinations.
The Wall Street Journal
· Co-Working Firms Respond to Industry Threat With Joint Safety Effort →
More than 20 of the world’s largest co-working firms, suffering a threat to their business from the pandemic, have agreed to coordinate in a way that would have been unheard of before the crisis.
· Indonesian schools might not reopen until December despite potential easing of COVID-19 restrictions →
“Although school year starts in the middle of July, the coordinating ministry does not recommend (students) to go back to school by that time,” he said.
· US citizen sues ex-Egypt prime minister over arrest and torture →
The lawsuit accuses el-Beblawi of coordinating with other Egyptian officials to oversee Soltan's arrest and extensive torture at several detention facilities, as detailed in the court documents, including beatings, denial of medical treatment and burns to his body, as well as prison guards encouraging him to commit suicide, according to the Washington Post.
· The government counts 26,000 COVID-19 deaths in nursing homes. That's at least 14,000 deaths too low. →
The Trump administration announced in early May that it would be sending two weeks' worth of personal protective equipment to every nursing home in the U.S., coordinated by the Federal Emergency Management Agency and divided into two shipments.
The New York Times
· ‘In Every City, There’s a George Floyd’: Portraits of Protest →
“I suppose it could have been coincidental,” she said, “but it felt very coordinated and very tactical.”