· Dunkin' Brands: Strong Brand At A Decent Price →
Competition in this industry is also fierce with other strong players like Starbucks (NASDAQ:SBUX).
· Steve Bannon wins battle to set up right-wing political academy in Italy →
Burke's withdrawal was a major setback for Bannon because the cardinal, one of Pope Francis’ fiercest critics, is a point of reference for Catholic conservatives worldwide.
· France names first indigenous director of top museum →
Former French president Jacques Chirac, himself a fervent collector of indigenous art, bulldozed the project through by merging two previous collections, despite a fierce rearguard action by some academics.
· China to increase international flights if COVID-19 under control: Regulator →
The CAAC has come under fierce criticism from Chinese people stranded abroad for drastically reducing the number of international flights in March.
· Steve Bannon wins battle to set up Italy political academy →
Burke's withdrawal was a major setback for Bannon because the cardinal, one of Pope Francis’s fiercest critics, is a point of reference for Catholic conservatives worldwide.
· How South Africa’s action on Covid-19 contrasts sharply with its response to Aids →
Mkhize’s cabinet colleague responsible for promulgating the fierce lockdown regulations, local government minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, was also in the team leading South Africa’s early Aids response.
The New York Times
· 15 Summer TV Shows We’re Looking Forward To →
Hawke looks appropriately wild-eyed in the trailer; whether he and his collaborators, including the writer Mark Richard and the directors Albert Hughes and Kevin Hooks, have approximated the effect of McBride’s fierce, farcical novel remains to be seen.
The China Post
· Hypocrisy gone viral? Officials set bad COVID-19 examples →
While the rest of Israel was instructed not to gather with their extended families for traditional Passover Seder in April, Netanyahu and President Reuven Rivlin hosted their adult children for the festive holiday meal, drawing fierce criticism on social media.
The New York Times
· Protesters in Hong Kong Rally Against China’s Tightening Grip →
Resistance against symbols of Chinese power has only grown fiercer since the protests that erupted last year following the proposal of another piece of contentious legislation that would have allowed extraditions to mainland China.
· Australian police drop probe of reporter, whistleblower →
Following the raids, all Australia's major news organisations put aside their normally fierce rivalry to issue a joint call for legislation to protect public-interest journalism.