The China Post
· Season’s 1st tropical storm drenches part of Central America →
SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador (AP) — The first tropical storm of the Eastern Pacific season drenched parts of Central America on Sunday and officials in El Salvador said at least seven people had died in flooding.
· US astronauts board space station on landmark SpaceX mission →
The hatch opened at 1.02pm Eastern Time (1702 GMT) as Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley carried out final close out procedures, crossing the threshold about twenty minutes later.
· 'Bulging valleys': Call for state to halt catchment coal mining →
The Eastern Tributary, in the Woronora catchment area, south of Sydney.
· India recognized as ‘world's pharmacy’ amid Covid, says Goyal; urges firms to explore these markets →
Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal, lauding the pharma industry for ensuring an adequate supply of all medicines amid ongoing Covid crisis, urged businesses to explore untapped markets in eastern Europe and Russia.
· Indian Army officially rejects video of ongoing standoff with China →
Even as the Chinese troops transgressed in the Finger Area and larger Hot Springs Area, the situation in eastern Ladakh remains tense as the other side has been building up troops at various locations along the LAC.
The New York Times
· George Floyd, Hong Kong, SpaceX: Your Weekend Briefing →
Your Weekend Briefing is published Sundays at 6 a.m. Eastern.
· Attention being paid to new inventions to counter locust attack: PM Narendra Modi →
“On the one side where eastern India is facing cyclonic calamity, on the other many parts of the country have been affected by locust attacks.
The New York Times
· Coronavirus Turns a Spanish Ocean Delicacy Back Into Daily Fare →
LLANÇÀ, Spain — With an intensity of flavor to match their color, the big, bright-red prawns caught off Spain’s eastern coast are the kind of delicacy that someone might eat once or twice in a year and remember fondly for the rest of it.
· The hospitality industry gets creative ahead of the June 1 re-opening →
For restaurants and bars on the popular but narrow 700-meter long Utrechtsestraat that runs through Amsterdam’s eastern canal district, the new rules could prove a lifeline.
· Sweet bread, apples and the tree of happiness: Yazidi weddings bring persecuted community together →
As she walks out of the car towards the house, a trio of musicians play the drums and zurna, an eastern Anatolian flute.