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· Disney World reopens as WHO urges virus caution →
The WHO on Friday urged countries grappling with coronavirus to step up control measures, saying it is still possible to rein it in, as some nations clamped fresh restrictions on citizens.
· 2022 Prospect Braelon Allen on Top 6 Schools, Relationship with Wisconsin →
6 safety in the nation.
· Witness K and the Australian spying operation that continues to betray Timor-Leste →
This amounted to Australia formally recognising Indonesia’s sovereignty in Timor, the only Western nation to do so.
· HBCU Delaware State to acquire Wesley College by next summer →
Colleges across the nation are scrambling to close deep budget holes after the coronavirus outbreak triggered financial losses that could total more than $100 million at some institutions.
· India's Ganguly confirms Australia tour but seeks shortened quarantine →
By Friday, Australia, a nation of 25 million, had recorded just more than 9,000 COVID-19 cases, 106 of them fatal.
· Nicola Sturgeon’s ‘divisive’ independence plot ‘makes no sense’ economically for Scotland →
Tony Miklinski told Express.co.uk that the SNP's bid for Scottish independence makes no sense economically for Scotland due to the amount of trade the nation does with England.
· Wells Fargo tells workers to delete TikTok as security, privacy concerns grow →
The move from the nation's fourth-largest bank came as Amazon clarified Friday it was not telling its employees to do the same, despite an email reportedly sent to some employees that instructed them to do so.
· Montgomery County students could start classes remotely, return to campus gradually in the fall →
President Trump recently stepped up his call to fully reopen the nation’s schools, threatening to cut federal funding to those that don’t.
The China Post
· Tribes struggle to meet deadline to spend virus relief aid →
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — As the coronavirus ripped through the Navajo Nation, it spotlighted longstanding inequities on the reservation where thousands of tribal members travel long distances for medical care, internet service is spotty at best and many homes lack electricity and even running water.
The New York Times
· Rename theMilitary Bases That Honor Confederates →
The naming honor placed rebel officers who had sought to destroy the Union on equal footing with distinguished Union commanders who had preserved the nation through a catastrophic war that cost more than 600,000 lives.