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· AFL releases fixture for first four rounds of restarted season →
And the AFL has left the door open for a potential return of crowds in some capacity – if it's allowed by the health authorities.
· Japan to end Tokyo's state of emergency →
That would allow libraries and museums to reopen, and restaurants to stay open until later in the evening.
The Japan Times
· Purpose, respect, fairness: The 3 ingredients for happiness at work →
I’d say about a third of CEOs understand that “if I treat my people great, they’re going to treat my customers great.” Another third is what we call the curious CEOs; who are open to the idea but see it as a risk.
· Cirque du Soleil founder wants to buy back show →
He had previously expressed a desire to play a role in saving the circus, in an open letter published May 13.
· Germany's top court to rule on compensation for Volkwagen 'Dieselgate' scandal →
Around 60,000 individual German VW owners' cases remain open, making the top court's decision a crucial precedent.
· Spain lifts Covid-19 lockdown measures in Madrid and Barcelona and reopens beaches →
As the summer heat arrives, beaches on the Atlantic Ocean coast and in much of Andalusia, as well as on the Balearic and Canary Islands, are open for swimming, subject to safety measures.
The China Post
· Asia Today: More Australians in class, Tokyo measure to ease →
Queensland has recorded only six deaths and has no plans to open its borders.
· Americans defy Covid-19 social distancing rules to celebrate Memorial Day holiday →
In many southern states, most businesses are open, with restrictions on capacity.
· The killing of Ahmaud Arbery →
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