· Morning mail: teacher's abuse exposed, Trump threatens Twitter, NRL returns →
And, a 51-year-old Sydney man has been charged for the murder of Nicole Cartwright on her birthday in 2018, after the two met on a dating app, in what police called a “callous and heinous” act, writes the ABC.
· Why Twitter labeling Trump’s tweets as “potentially misleading” is a big step forward →
Say a head of state falsely accuses a journalist of murder, or suggests that mail-in voting is illegal — those would be pretty bad posts, I think, and most people working inside and outside of the social network could probably agree on that.
· Suriname election: Preliminary results show opposition winning →
Suriname's main opposition party is poised to win the country's general election, preliminary results showed on Wednesday, an outcome likely to end the longtime rule of President Desi Bouterse, who was convicted months earlier of ordering the murder of political opponents.
· Saudis' proxy war hits Newcastle to place the Premier League in a diplomatic bind →
Given that the Premier League owners’ and directors’ test was not designed for an era when global powers would attempt to enhance their international images by purchasing English football clubs, Saudi Arabia’s human rights record and Jamal Khashoggi’s grisly murder fall well outside the league’s remit.
· George Floyd was 'very loving' and a 'gentle giant,' friends and family say →
The four officers involved in the incident were fired Tuesday night, but Floyd's family is calling for them to be arrested and charged with murder.
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· Judge sets June 4 hearing for suspects in Arbery slaying →
BRUNSWICK, Ga. (AP) — A Georgia judge has scheduled a hearing next week for three men charged with murder in the fatal shooting of Ahmaud Arbery, court officials said Wednesday.
· How The Non-Profit Fashion Concept Ni En More is Helping Women Escape Violence in Juarez, Mexico →
In late January, protestors took to the streets of Juarez, Mexico, and chanted “not one more.” They raised their voices after Isabel Cabanillas de la Torre, a 26-year-old local artist and activist was murdered, shot while cycling home.
· Trump's media allies condemn conspiracy tweets about Joe Scarborough →
Right-wing media and some conservative lawmakers have taken the rare step of criticizing President Trump over his tweeting of conspiracy theories that accuse MSNBC host Joe Scarborough of murdering a congressional aide, Lori Klausutis, in 2001.
· Far-right extremists blamed for surge in anti-Semitic crimes in Germany →
In February a racist gunman murdered nine migrants near Frankfurt before killing his mother and himself.
· The right-wing conservative snowflakes have come for Kathy Griffin — again. We deserve better than this →
Insulingate, it’s worth nothing, is happening at the same time as the president is using his Twitter account to falsely accuse a TV host of murder.