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· 14 million face hunger in Latin America: Live coronavirus updates →
SOURCE: Al Jazeera and news agencies
The New York Times
· National Guard Called as Minneapolis Erupts in Solidarity for George Floyd →
At a news conference Thursday evening, U.S. Attorney Erica MacDonald pledged a “robust and meticulous investigation” into the incident but stopped short of announcing criminal charges against the four officers who were at the scene, all of whom were fired after Mr. Floyd’s death was captured in a haunting videotape.
· AG 'rejects appeal' in KTB loans case →
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· Covid-19: Chris Rock, Rosie Perez appear with New York governor Cuomo, urge mask wearing →
NEW YORK, May 29 ― Comedian Chris Rock and actress Rosie Perez made a surprise appearance at New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's daily news conference to underscore his message that the public should wear masks to help curb the coronavirus pandemic.
· The eye of the coronavirus storm shifts to Latin America →
Driving the news: Brazil is now recording more deaths each day than any other country, surpassing the U.S. for the first time over the past three days.
· Wall Street ends down in late selloff as Facebook and China weigh in on market →
NEW YORK, May 29 ― Wall Street ended lower yesterday following a late-session reversal, with Facebook weighing on the market after President Donald Trump said he would sign an executive order related to social media companies and would hold a news conference on China today.
· Paralysed deaf-mute teenager attempts to rob Brazil jewellery shop holding gun with his feet →
That pistol looked real”, he told Brazilian news outlet Metropoles.
· Section 230, the internet free speech law Trump wants to change, explained →
Section 230 says that internet platforms that host third-party content — think of tweets on Twitter, posts on Facebook, photos on Instagram, reviews on Yelp, or a news outlet’s reader comments — are not liable for what those third parties post (with a few exceptions).
· Boris Johnson’s top adviser took a lockdown road trip. Now it’s a huge scandal. →
The question now is how long the Cummings scandal will dominate the news during the pandemic, and whether, and how deeply, it will damage Johnson’s premiership.
· How private jet owners got a subsidy from coronavirus relief funds →
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