The Japan Times
· George Floyd had just started a new life in Minnesota before he was killed by police →
When you try so hard to put faith in this system, a system that you know isn’t designed for you, when you constantly seek justice by lawful means and you can’t get it, you begin to take the law into your own hands.”
· Hertz -12% after Carl Icahn exits stake →
Yesterday I sold my equity position at a significant loss, but this does not mean that I don’t continue to have faith in the future of Hertz.
The China Post
· The Latest: India sees record jump of COVID-19 cases →
“Contrary to what has been said throughout this pandemic, we do not consider church attendance to be non-essential; indeed, nothing is more essential than the practice of our faith,” the petition said.
· Gary Busey: “I passed away after brain surgery. Then I came back” →
The word to spell is faith.
· Poems to get us through: a musical exchange with God →
Lachlan Mackinnon evokes the power of music to strengthen faith, in the last of Carol Ann Duffy’s comforting picks from her poetry bookshelves
· How the free press worldwide is under threat →
In March, the Guardian journalist Ruth Michaelson was forced to leave Egypt after she reported on a scientific study that said Egypt was likely to have many more coronavirus cases than have been officially confirmed, and the New York Times Cairo bureau chief was reprimanded over supposed “bad faith” reporting on the country’s coronavirus cases.
· I'm quietly confident, but the Eels still have one Achilles' heel →
Few things raise the spirits of a playing group more than a strong show of faith and commitment by one of their own and the extension of Cameron Murray’s contract with South Sydney is sure to have given his teammates a huge boost going into Friday night's clash with arch rivals, the Roosters.
The New York Times
· Amazon’s Big Breakdown →
Amazon’s obsessive focus on making finding, purchasing and returning things online as easy and fast as possible has won it loyalty; its most fervent wish is to be taken for granted by shoppers, a casual faith that was shaken during the pandemic but will no doubt return.
· 'Move on' says British PM, as row over adviser Cummings persists →
However, opinion polls show that faith in Johnson has tumbled since the story broke on Friday, and some of his Conservative lawmakers have called for Cummings to go.
· 'Move on' - British PM tries to draw line under adviser row →
Opinion polls show that faith in Johnson has tumbled since the story broke on Friday in The Mirror and The Guardian newspapers, and some of his Conservative lawmakers have called for Cummings to go.