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· Hong Kong activists charged for taking part in Tiananmen vigil →
HONG KONG, Aug 6 — Twenty-five Hong Kong democracy activists were charged today with taking part in a banned June candlelight vigil marking the anniversary of China’s 1989 Tiananmen crackdown.
The New York Times
· Dozens Charged in Hong Kong for Taking Part in Tiananmen Protest →
The charges against 24 people for attending an annual vigil are the latest signs of an intensifying crackdown on the pro-democracy movement.
· Gig workers for Target’s delivery service say tipping glitches are cutting into pay →
Instacart, DoorDash, and other venture-capital backed gig companies have faced class-action lawsuits and regulatory crackdowns for misappropriating workers’ tips.
· Economy tanking, Cuba launches some long-delayed reforms →
Private business owners said they welcomed their new wholesale access, although some said they were skeptical given Cuba’s long history of failing to follow through on economic reforms, or of periodically launching crackdowns on what it considers illicit or excessive private sector wealth.
· Human Rights Commission urges 'rigorous' defence of free speech at unis →
UNSW apologised late on Wednesday for deleting a post on Twitter about Beijing's security crackdown in Hong Kong.
· Travellers losing 'confidence to travel' to Qld as borders close again →
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk defended the fresh crackdown, warning a second wave of COVID-19 cases would deliver an almost $5 billion blow to the state's economy.
· Tennessee GOP Senate primary sets up another establishment vs. insurgent battle →
Maricopa County Sheriff: While not a national race, Joe Arpaio, the controversial former sheriff pardoned by President Trump after violating a court order related to his immigrant crackdown, is running for his old position Tuesday.
The New York Times
· He Spent 26 Years in a Chinese Prison. Then He Was Cleared of Murder →
In recent years, Mr. Xi’s policies have strengthened the sway of the Chinese Communist Party over the police and also empowered domestic security forces, in part to carry out crackdowns on everything from online political speech to lawyers who defend dissidents.
· Conservatives now so far to the left Keir Starmer's Labour has no-where to go →
Boris' crackdown on junkfood ads?