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· SpaceX Dragon capsule docks with International Space Station →
The docking occurred just 19 hours after a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket blasted off Saturday afternoon from Kennedy Space Center, the nation’s first astronaut launch to orbit from home soil in nearly a decade.
· Florida reports more than 2,000 cases in 2 days →
Rwanda's ministry of health reported the East African nation's first death caused by the coronavirus on Sunday.
The New York Times
· Resisting Lockdown, Nicaragua Becomes a Place of Midnight Burials →
Nicaragua, a nation of 6.4 million people, is one of the last countries to resist adopting the strict measures that have been put in place around much of the world to curb the spread of the disease.
· George Floyd protesters condemn 'opportunistic' looting and violence →
Keisha Lance Bottoms, the Democratic mayor of Atlanta, told CBS’ Face the Nation: “I think that there is a place in America for peaceful protest, and we know that peaceful protests have had a history of changing things in this country.
The New York Times
· What to Cook This Week →
It seems ridiculous today, the nation roiled with anger, beset by fear and uncertainty, to tell you how nice it would be to make waffles, to eat in the fog still drifting past the window as the breakfast hour turns to brunch.
· D.C., Atlanta mayors call for calm, say 'solution is not to destroy our cities' →
In response to Trump’s comments, Bowser said “the president has a responsibility to help calm the nation.”
· Trump fans flames of resentment and hatred →
For several decades, America has been a deeply divided nation, but it has grown more so in the Trump era.
The China Post
· World uneasily watches US protests but US racism seen before →
In countries with authoritarian governments, state-controlled media have been highlighting the chaos and violence of the U.S. demonstrations, in part to undermine American officials’ criticism of their own nations.
· US hurtles towards election on wave of anger and death →
In response to current protests and riots, the President has repeatedly drawn on historically racialised terms and is now threatening to rain hell on the “THUGS” taking to the streets across the nation.