The New York Times
· ‘The Baby-Sitters Club’ Is Back: Help Yourself to the Fridge →
Even delayed, the show will probably arrive when in many states babysitting, for all but the wealthiest and those workers deemed most essential, remains unattainable.
· COVID-19 lockdown: Tourism ministry extends validity of approval, classification of hotels till June end →
“Considering the current situation when the hospitality industry is going through a very difficult time in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown that has severely impacted the accommodation sector, it has been decided that validity of approval or certifications of hotels and other accommodation units whose project approvals and classification have expired are deemed to be extended till June 30,” the ministry said in a statement.
· We must not let China use COVID as cover for a Hong Kong power grab →
So the UK changed its decision (again) and reinstated full British citizenship for certain key figures – judges, senior police officers, etc – deemed essential to the good governance of the city.
The Japan Times
· Coronavirus takes toll on mental health of Europe’s medical staff →
Some seven in 10 were from women and a handful of calls were even deemed to indicate “an imminent risk of suicide”.
· Trump sounds warning over Hong Kong’s future →
Lam argued that the controversial law would “only target a handful of lawbreakers.” However, she would not be drawn on what actions and opinions would be deemed illegal.
· Hong Kong crisis: Trump warns China he will take action as protests loom →
However, she would not be drawn on what actions and opinions would be deemed illegal.
The New York Times
· House to Vote on Limiting F.B.I. Power to Collect Americans’ Internet Data →
from gathering internet records using a type of FISA court order that permits collection of business records deemed relevant to a case.
The Wall Street Journal
· Pentagon Watchdog Official Resigns After His Demotion by Trump →
In early April, Mr. Trump fired Michael Atkinson, the inspector general for the U.S. intelligence community, who had deemed that a whistleblower complaint about Mr. Trump’s 2019 phone conversation with Ukraine’s president was credible and pushed to share it with Congress.
· Tokyo to reopen gyms in next phase of post-emergency road map →
Establishments such as gyms and karaoke boxes, deemed to be high-risk environments for cluster infections, were originally set to reopen only after restrictions on all other businesses had been lifted.