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· Judge seeks more details on Trump’s clemency for Roger Stone →
Stone said that while he knew Trump might “take some shots” for the commutation, “I think most people, most fair-minded people, understand he saved my life and, at least on paper, he gave me a chance to fight for vindication.”
· Four new schools for south east Queensland Premier tells parliament →
“My office and I have been looking into a number of possible locations for a new school, and believe Taringa is the obvious choice, given its population is growing quickly,” Mr Berkman said.
· Protest in Pennsylvania after cop uses knee to restrain man →
“During a health crisis, whatever it was, when he should’ve been given support, instead he was criminalized and he received a knee to his neck,” said Hasshan Batts, executive director of Promise Neighborhoods of the Lehigh Valley, an Allentown community group.
· After Terengganu, PAS also wants gender segregation in Pahang cinemas →
“The move is good and meets the requirements, in addition to giving comfort to both men and women to watch movies.
· Observations From Monday's Cleveland Indians Intersquad Scrimmage at Progressive Field →
Mike Freeman came up next, and on the first pitch slammed a two-run homer to straight away center field to quickly give the visiting Tribe a 2-0 edge.
· NRL considering moving competition to Queensland as Covid-19 crisis soars →
The NRL hopes an existing exemption for teams to enter the state despite earlier border closures will simply continue given the game’s strict biosecurity measures.
· Yamana Gold: I Remain Bullish After Preliminary Q2 2020 Results →
In my opinion, this is a good result given the necessity to ramp-up production at Canadian Malartic and Cerro Moro.
· Major league teams try to ramp up the competition in camp →
No reasons were given.
The New York Times
· Speaking on Charity Scandal, Trudeau Adopts a Now-Familiar Tone of Contrition →
The apology came four days after it was revealed that the prime minister’s mother and brother had received more than $200,000 over four years to give speeches at events for the development organization, called the WE Charity, which had been awarded a government contract to oversee the disbursement of hundreds of millions of dollars of student grants.
· All hail Peter V'landys: Controversial NRL changes gets thumbs up in Players' Poll →
Head office has been given the tick of approval.Credit:NRL