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· Bluffers guide: Is the drive-in making a comeback? →
Mackay says Event is always looking for opportunities but there are no plans for any more drive-ins.
The New York Times
· Trump Postpones G7 Summit and Calls for Russia to Attend →
Mr. Putin last visited the United States for an event that was unrelated to the U.N. General Assembly in 2007, when President George W. Bush invited him to the Bush family compound at Kennebunkport, Maine.
· 'Vibe might be off': Here's what's opening from Monday, and how things will be different →
Bigger chains such as Event, Hoyts and Village are planning their returns around the release of Christopher Nolan's thriller Tenet on July 16.
· Austria gives go-ahead to crowd-free F1 races →
The Austrian event organisers presented a comprehensive, professional security concept to prevent infections, the country's health ministry said on its website.
· Trump says he is postponing G7 summit →
Originally scheduled for June 2020, Trump said in March the event would be held virtually before later changing his mind and reviving the idea of an in-person event this summer.
The China Post
· Goodell: ‘Tragic events’ call for ‘urgent need for action’ →
“As current events dramatically underscore, there remains much more to do as a country and as a league,” Goodell said in his statement Saturday.
The China Post
· Officials blame differing groups of ‘outsiders’ for violence →
It’s exceedingly difficult in the chaos and dark of the events to prove these claims.
· Virus forces ‘paper napkin’ makeover at swanky German hotel →
Hard hit by the coronavirus pandemic, the hotel has seen its revenues dry up as events from business seminars to weddings were scrapped and guests cancelled.
The Japan Times
· Protests heat up across U.S. as governors call in National Guard →
The unrest comes at a time when most Americans have spent months inside over concerns surrounding the coronavirus, which the president has called an “invisible enemy.” The events of the last 72 hours, seen live on national television, have shown the opposite: a sudden pivot to crowds, screaming protesters and burning buildings, a stark contrast to the empty streets of recent months.
· Donald Trump postpones G7 summit and signals wider attendance list in future →
US president Donald Trump has postponed the Group of Seven summit that he wanted to hold in June and will also expand the list of countries invited to attend the rescheduled event to include Australia, Russia, South Korea and India.