Fight в новостях
|fight against||Бороться с|
|fight between||Бороться между|
|fight via||Бороться через|
|lost the fight||Проиграл бой|
|won the fight||Выиграл бой|
Публикации и примеры предложений
· Western Libya launches ground offensive to dislodge warlord Haftar from Tripoli airport →
Fighting escalates despite coronavirus pandemic and pressure for renewed peace talks
· Italy flanker Mbanda earns 'Knight of Merit' award for virus work →
Italian rugby international Maxime Mbanda has earned one of Italy's highest awards for his work as a front-line volunteer in the fight against the coronavirus.
· K-pop fans take over #whitelivesmatter hashtag →
how i was how i amready to fight after seeingwhoever kpop stanstrended doing god's#WhiteLivesMatter work pic.twitter.com/TQwgkRraFC
· China accuses UK of gross interference over Hong Kong citizenship offer →
“I think it’s a shame in a way that they only offer us an exit, and do not offer to stand by us in our fight for Hong Kong,” said Lee Cheuk Yan, a veteran activist who was arrested in a widely condemned crackdown by Hong Kong authorities earlier this year.
The Wall Street Journal
· Pinterest Accelerates Tech Projects as Pandemic Boosts User Engagement →
Daniel M. Skovronsky, M.D., Ph.D., and chief scientific officer at Lilly, describes his experiences leading through a pandemic, the company’s contributions to the fight, and the resilience that comes with a “never say never” attitude.
· YouTube fights back against bias lawsuit from LGBTQ creators →
The fight between a group of LGBTQ YouTube creators and the video platform’s parent company, Google, over censorship faced its first real test on Tuesday as a California court heard arguments from both groups to determine whether the case should be dismissed.
The New York Times
· Cook to Connect →
Finally, here’s Latria Graham in Garden & Gun, “A Dream Uprooted,” an essay about her fight to save her family’s farm.
· University of Southern California to resume in-person classes in August →
Spain is working on plans to gradually open its borders to tourists from countries deemed more secure in the fight against the coronavirus, possibly starting from June 22, the tourism ministry said on Wednesday.
· Trump denies sheltering in White House bunker →
Outside in Lafayette Square, crowds of people protesting police brutality fought running battles with officers and set fires.