|chief executive officer||最高経営責任者|
· 'Historic corruption': Romney slams Trump for commuting sentence of ally Roger Stone →
The President reportedly rants about the coronavirus pandemic destroying the “greatest economy”; about the “fake news” media never giving him any credit; and the “sick, twisted” police officers in Minneapolis for the killing George Floyd that sparked nationwide protests.
· 'You think that's racist?': the generational tension in Melbourne's high-rise migrant families →
Ahmed was named as a Victorian Local Hero in the 2012 Australian of the Year awards, and got a job as a multicultural officer at the Essendon football club.
· Witness K and the Australian spying operation that continues to betray Timor-Leste →
Clinton Fernandes, an Australian Intelligence Corps officer from 1997 to 2006 now at the University of New South Wales, is not so constrained.
· Protesters pack Tel Aviv rally against virus cash crisis →
About 300 officers were deployed in the square, a traditional protest site, to ensure public order and monitor social distancing regulations, police said.
· Four people fatally shot in matter of hours in D.C. →
Their demands include officers walking along Bennett Place, putting a surveillance camera on that street and building speed bumps.
· Prince George’s police say preliminary investigation finds deadly chase involving officers was unauthorized →
Officials are investigating the Thursday chase and crash, said Officer Antonia Washington, police spokesperson, and five officers have been suspended.
· Revealed: 20 areas at most risk of local lockdowns →
Bradford has asked for its own mobile testing units, more environmental health officers, support to pay full wages to low-paid workers having to self-isolate, and funding to develop its own local test-and-trace system.
· Bolton stabbing: Man arrested after 10-year-old boy knifed in house →
“In a recent development, specially trained officers have made an arrest of an 18-year-old man who will be questioned by detectives in the coming hours.
· Iraq’s PM takes step in battle against border corruption →
The officer spoke on condition of anonymity fearing retribution.