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www.nytimes.com
The New York Times
· The Confederate Monuments We Shouldn’t Tear Down  
When President Abraham Lincoln dedicated the Union cemetery at Gettysburg, he said: “But, in a larger sense, we cannot dedicate — we cannot consecrate — we cannot hallow — this ground.
www.financialexpress.com
Financial Express
· Interview: MKU is exporting Made in India Night Vision Devices, says Poonam Gupta, Vice President  
I feel proud to witness women in India dedicating their lives in service of the Nation by joining the Armed and Police forces.
www.express.co.uk
Express.co.uk
· Unsolved Mysteries Netflix release date: When is it out? How many episodes?  
Instead, the rebooted version will dedicate an entire hour to one unsolved case per episode.
www.financialexpress.com
Financial Express
· Mamata Banerjee government has to go - lock, stock and barrel: JP Nadda  
We must dedicate ourselves to restore education in Bengal back to its glorious standards,” he said.
chinapost.nownews.com
The China Post
· Stores focus on cleaning to get shoppers back to spending  
Saks Fifth Avenue offers appointment shopping before and after hours, while J.C. Penney dedicates certain shopping hours to vulnerable customers.
www.liverpoolecho.co.uk
Liverpool Echo
· Dad spent three years building the ultimate LFC man cave in his garden  
Jonathan, an electrician, was furloughed from his job which allowed him time to dedicate to getting the man-cave finished alongside his dad Dave.
bleacherreport.com
Bleacher Report
· NBA Free Agents 2020: Best Fits for Joe Harris, Davis Bertans and More  
Bertans is dedicating his summer to preparing for free agency, opting to sit out the NBA season restart.
www.aljazeera.com
Al Jazeera
· In exile, but still persecuted  
Rights organisations, universities, UN agencies, socially-responsible employers, and news publications should dedicate resources to incorporate these exiles into their staff and provide them with opportunities to continue their activism.