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· NASA news: Woke agency to axe 'harmful' cosmic nicknames in new push for diversity →
According to NASA, the term Eskimo has unfortunate colonial connotations and a history of racism, as it was imposed on the indigenous people of the Arctic circle.
· Aberdeen SPL match at St Johnstone in doubt after first-team player tests positive for coronavirus →
Sturgeon took the decision to impose new lockdown measures after 54 cases were reported in the city – with an additional 25 having since been discovered.
· Zimbabwe reporter denied bail as government arrests critics →
The United States on Wednesday imposed sanctions on Kuda Tagwirei, a business associate of Mnangagwa, in signs of the international community’s growing frustration with Mnangagwa’s administration.
· Europe second wave: Norway reimposes quarantine measures on SIX nations including France →
The UK Government had already said it would impose a quarantine on arrivals from Norway.
· Petrol and diesel car ban - what the changes mean for your vehicle →
The ban is only set to affect brand new cars so second hand petrol and diesel models will still be available after the restrictions are imposed.
· Guardiola says City are 'ready' for Real Madrid test →
Pep Guardiola says Manchester City want to impose their game when they meet Real Madrid in their postponed Champions League match on Friday, believing his side are ready to face the 13-time champions.
· Congress under pressure as states lift electricity shut-off bans during coronavirus crisis →
Thomas Kuhn, president of the Edison Electric Institute, a trade association for investor-owned electric utilities, told congressional leaders in an April 28 letter that a nationwide ban on shut-offs and debt collection “fails to recognize that different states will recover at different times from the pandemic and, instead, imposes a ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach to recovery.”
· What Aussie SMEs can learn from Greeks →
Greek police clashed with protesters in central Athens as lawmakers debated a new bailout of up to 86 billion euros ($94 billion) that will impose further austerity on a country already ravaged by recession.
· Ryanair accused of ‘numerous violations’ of coronavirus rules by Italian authorities →
The letter says social distancing and rules on face coverings are not observed, and that unless the airline improves it will impose a rule prohibiting Ryanair from filling more than half its seats.