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The China Post
· 不甩中國施壓 蔡英文「這舉」護港人安全｜Taiwan to offer assistance to Hong Kong People: President Tsai →
Taiwan president @iingwen says her govt continues to extend humanitarian aid to HKers in need at this urgent juncture, and that alongside the intl community Taiwan will finesse its policies to further help HKers in urgent need pic.twitter.com/0Oj1NG0dVr
· Commentary: Don’t expect your kids to return to school seamlessly →
In fact, studies by humanitarian organisation Save the Children suggest that close to one in four children living under lockdowns, social restrictions and school closures are dealing with feelings of anxiety.
· Russian fighters flown out of western Libya after Haftar retreat →
In the past two days, LNA forces have withdrawn from some positions in southern Tripoli in what they described as a humanitarian gesture.
· Fifteen-year-old in India cycles 745 miles home with disabled father on bike →
The lockdown also triggered the humanitarian crisis of thousands of poor people trying to get back to distant villages on foot, carrying the elderly on shoulders and with small children slumped over rolling suitcases.
The Japan Times
· A cold war is heating up in the South China Sea →
These could include furthering trade and tariff agreements that provide access to U.S. markets beyond the “phase one” measures negotiated shortly before the pandemic; cooperating on Arctic trade routes and environmental norms there, something Beijing highly desires; conducting joint humanitarian operations; working to create “norms of behavior” between the two nations’ naval forces (much as Russia and the U.S. have hammered out); and exploring strategic and tactical arms-control agreements.
The Rio Times
· As Rio Becomes Covid-19 Epicenter, Police Violence Soars to New High →
“I think we can foster this integration, so that we can create greater communication and avoid that, in the moment that there is a need for a police search and arrest operation or an intelligence action, that there are people providing humanitarian services in these areas,” said Witzel.
The Rio Times
· Governor Forbids Police Operations in Rio de Janeiro’s Communities During Social Actions →
The Rio de Janeiro Civil and State Police are banned from conducting operations when the State's communities are being provided with social actions and humanitarian services.
The China Post
· Desperate Indian girl bikes 745 miles home with disabled dad →
But the lockdown triggered a humanitarian crisis, with thousands of poor people heading back to distant villages on foot, carrying the elderly on shoulders and with small children slumped over rolling suitcases.
· (LEAD) S. Korea to give 370,000 masks to Koreans adopted overseas →
Prime Minister Chung Sye-kyun said Sunday that South Korea can export or provide some masks in humanitarian assistance to other countries, noting that the supply is now stable in the country.