“Flare” in the news

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The China Post
· DC Episcopal bishop: ‘I am outraged’ by Trump church visit  
As protests flared nationwide following the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, St. John’s suffered some damage Sunday night from a fire in the church basement.
Malay Mail
· WHO pushes to keep ties with 'generous' US despite Trump's exit move  
Asked about potential health risks from protests that have flared up in the United States over racism, another WHO official, epidemiologist Maria Van Kerkhove, said close contact could heighten the risk of spreading the Covid-19 disease.
The New York Times
· New Ebola Outbreak in Congo, Already Hit by Measles and Coronavirus  
DAKAR, Senegal — A fresh outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus has flared up in the Democratic Republic of Congo, a country that was already contending with the world’s largest measles epidemic, as well as the coronavirus.
The New York Times
· Pictures of George Floyd Protests Nationwide  
In Washington, D.C., the White House went dark as protests flared around it.
· Protests could spread coronavirus. But a second wave was coming before the demonstrations.  
It may flare up, and it may not flare up.
The Independent
· George Floyd protests: BBC cameraman attacked by police at demonstration outside White House  
The officer’s riot shield can be seen advancing towards the BBC camera, before the image becomes blurred and flares are heard being fired in the background.
The New York Times
· Your Short Film of the Day  
Rowlson-Hall covers almost every inch of the space, stopping short of “Fred Astaire dancing on the ceiling,” to the tune of Reparata and the Delrons’ “Nobody’s Baby Now.” Although her steps seem exaggerated and uneasy, they’re tailored to incorporate the camera, which captures the emotional highs and lows of moving past heartbreak — the ecstatic laughs, the choked-back sobs and destructive flares of anger.
Seeking Alpha
· Coronavirus Roundtable - Oil's Final Phase (Video Transcript)  
And eventually every well in America is going to be capturing their natural gas, their flaring is going to be gone in a couple of years.
Malay Mail
· Facebook, Snapchat join chorus of companies condemning George Floyd death, racism  
SAN FRANCISCO, June 1 — Facebook Inc and Snap Inc became the latest US companies condemning racial inequality in the United States as violent protests flared up across major cities over the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who died while in police custody in Minneapolis last week.