|began to fail||失敗し始めた|
· Erratic power outages reported in much of Venezuela →
Former electrical company workers, experts and opposition leaders blame President Nicolás Maduro for failing to maintain the nation’s grid.
· Indiana officials investigate report of assault on Black man →
Eric Holcomb to suspend and investigate the Department of Natural Resources officers who responded to the scene for failing to make any arrests.
· New York Private Equity Goes for the Jugular in Germany →
The execution of any cost reduction plan remains critical after the outgoing CEO failed to deliver on his financial targets.
The Japan Times
· Koike urged to take lead in raising women’s representation in politics →
But Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s LDP has failed to set a women’s quota because the party sees little incentive to recruit more women to replace male incumbents with a firm electoral base.
· Coronavirus praise as Greek PM completes first year in office →
But the leftist opposition led by former prime minister Alexis Tsipras says the measures are excessively business-oriented, failing to give enough support to struggling workers.
· Johnny Depp libel trial set to start in London →
NGN failed last week in a last-ditch bid to have the case dismissed, arguing Depp was in breach of a court order for failing to disclose documents from the US case.
The Japan Times
· Court orders Dakota pipeline shut in latest blow to U.S. fossil fuel projects →
According to the ruling, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers violated the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) when it granted an easement to Energy Transfer LP to construct and operate a segment of the oil pipeline beneath Lake Oahe in South Dakota, because they failed to produce an adequate Environmental Impact Statement (EIS).
· Football: Barca wake from slumber to give glimmer of hope to Setien →
Setien, for another season at least, would be the easier option then but a failing team will not help Bartomeu and it will not bring comfort to Messi either.
· South Korean COVID-19 patient recovering after double lung transplant →
Various drugs such as the anti-malarial hydroxychloroquine, the HIV treatment Kaletra and steroids failed to stop her pulmonary fibrosis - scarring in the lungs - from worsening, said Dr Park Sung-hoon, professor of pulmonary and critical care medicine at Hallym University Sacred Heart Hospital.
· (2nd LD) Samsung Q2 earnings beat estimate on chip biz, one-time gains →
Analysts said Samsung's one-off gains could total 900 billion won in the second quarter, which will include compensation from its OLED screen customers, including Apple Inc. who apparently failed to take over contracted volumes of Samsung's display panels.