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The China Post
· Philippine court convicts American of online child abuse →
The conviction of David Timothy Deakin is a strong warning to offenders that “they could not hide even if they commit sexual exploitation crimes in cyberspace because law enforcers are collaborating worldwide to catch them,” National Bureau of Investigation official Janet Francisco said.
· George Floyd: Trump asks DOJ, FBI to investigate Minneapolis death →
President Trump tweeted Wednesday evening that he's asked federal investigators to expedite an investigation into the death in police custody of George Floyd, which sparked protests this week.
· Pakistani man demands return of ‘spy’ pigeon detained in India →
Further investigation is underway.”
· 'Justice will be served!': Trump weighs in on George Floyd case →
In a pair of evening tweets, Trump seemed to try to take credit for the Federal Bureau of Investigation's involvement in the case, and said that he's asked for their work to be expedited.
· Arizona sues Google over claims it illegally tracked location of Android users →
YouTube settled with the FTC last year for violations of Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), while Google is currently under investigation by all 50 state attorneys general and the subject of a broader antitrust probe led by the Justice Department.
The New York Times
· Minneapolis Police, Long Accused of Racism, Face Wrath of Wounded City →
investigation once the video showed that the official police account of the arrest of the man, George Floyd, bore little resemblance to what actually occurred.
· What do you do with a stolen Vincent van Gogh painting? →
Police in the Netherlands declined to comment on their investigation.
· Police charge two men over Dally M betting sting →
The Herald revealed in March the NRL's integrity unit has referred suspicious betting patterns on the award to the police, whose Casino and Racing Investigation Unit set up a probe into the incident.
The New York Times
· Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today →
Now, even as U.S. hospitals face a severe shortage of N95s, the Trump administration has not tried to produce or distribute more elastomerics, a Times investigation found.
· Cancer undiagnosed 'for nearly 2,000 people in UK every week' →
The 1,900 figure is based on evidence given to Parliament last month by Dame Cally Palmer, national cancer director for NHS England, who said that two-week referrals - where GPs send patients with suspected cancer to specialists for further investigation - were down by almost two-thirds.