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· Why Latin American airlines are going belly-up? →
Argentina’s decision on flight ban from and within the country until the start of Sep-2020 is causing concern among the operators.
· Student being hunted for two murders had been looking for woman he knew, victim’s wife says →
He wrote in an Instagram post in 2018 that shootings were an “epidemic plaguing this great country we live in”, and said he was disgusted to think that the “collective strength and resilience” of Sandy Hook after the 2012 shooting was an example to the world.
The New York Times
· Canadian Court to Rule on Extradition of Huawei Executive to United States →
Her arrest and subsequent detention immediately thrust Canada into the middle of a diplomatic struggle between the United States and China — over trade, theft of technology secrets and whether Huawei’s efforts in helping countries build 5G next-generation mobile networks present a threat to national security.
· Coronavirus Vaccine Update, May 26 →
In countries where public health measures (lockdowns, masks, social distancing and all the rest of it) have cut down on viral transmission, this gets harder.
· MSMEs set new world record for largest online business lesson →
?The session was also attended by a number of participants from other countries.
· The IMF can help prevent a COVID-19 economic catastrophe →
Yet one important step that was not taken was a decision for the IMF to issue a new allocation of its international reserve currency, Special Drawing Rights (SDRs), as a fast way of providing low-cost emergency assistance to developing countries to help them address the economic fallout from the COVID-19 crisis.
· Indian Air Force gets 15 deadly and heavyweight Chinook Helicopters! To help operations in the Northeast Region →
Chinooks are used by the US Army and by the armed forces of more than 19 countries around the world, many of which have been operating Chinooks for several decades.
The China Post
· SpaceX ready to launch NASA astronauts, back on home turf →
The launch puts Elon Musk’s SpaceX on the cusp of becoming the first private company to put astronauts in orbit, something achieved by just three countries — Russia, the U.S. and China.
· George Floyd killing: sister says police officers should be charged with murder →
She added: “It’s painful but true that black lives continue to be destroyed by police officers in many communities across our country.
· Germany, Vietnam, and New Zealand have reopened schools. Here’s what the US can learn. →
But if there’s one silver lining from the United States reopening schools later than other countries due to its large coronavirus outbreak, it’s that it now has time to learn from their attempts.