· Hong Kong workers report harassment by China →
Employees face pressure to support pro-Beijing candidates in local elections and echo the Chinese government's official line.
· Online child sex abuse cases triple under lockdown in Philippines →
Officials and activists said the problem has worsened under lockdown in the capital, Manila — one of the world’s longest at 11 weeks — as families have struggled to earn a living while children have been out of school and spending more time online.
· 'Mr President, don't go hide': China goads US over George Floyd protests →
Officials and state media appear to revel in scenes of US unrest, comparing protests there to Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement
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· Asia Today: Philippines sees traffic jams as lockdown eases →
— SOUTH KOREA PUSHES CODES: South Korea is reporting a steady rise in cases around the capital as officials push to require entertainment venues to register their customers with smartphone QR codes so they can easily be located if needed.
· Australia’s coronavirus lockdown rules and restrictions explained: how far can I travel, and can I have people over? →
Here, you can find the official state and territory restriction guides for NSW, Queensland, Victoria, Tasmania, Western Australia, South Australia, the Northern Territory and the ACT.
· Asia’s factory pain worsens as China’s recovery fails to lift demand →
China’s official PMI survey yesterday showed the recovery in the world’s second-largest economy intact but fragile.
· More than a dozen people killed after tropical storm Amanda lashes El Salvador, Guatemala →
One person is still missing, senior government official Carolina Recinos added.
· 'Deaths in our backyard': 432 Indigenous Australians have died in custody since 2008 →
In 2018, Guardian Australia analysed all Aboriginal deaths in custody reported via coronial findings, official statements and other means, since 2008.
· Trump so far dismissing advice to tone down rhetoric, address the nation →
On Friday, the president was taken by Secret Service to the underground bunker used for former Vice President Dick Cheney during the Sept. 11 attacks, where he stayed less than an hour out of an abundance of caution, according to a senior administration official.
· ‘Saudi game of thrones’: Pressure grows to release jailed prince →
The dangerous power plays have also swept up family members of Saad Aljabri, a former aide to another detained prince and top intelligence official, who fled to Canada and holds key state secrets.