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The New York Times
· Aggressive Police Tactics During Protests Are Under Scrutiny →
Demonstrations continued across the United States on Sunday as the nation braced for another grueling night of unrest over police shootings and the death of George Floyd, amid growing concern that aggressive law enforcement tactics intended to impose order were instead inflaming tensions.
· COVID-19: What are the public health rules now? →
Elbow bumps and handwashing are still the order of the day as social restrictions ease around Australia.
· Mark Zuckerberg 'expressed concerns' in Trump phone call, so that should fix everything →
Both social media giants are in the White House's crosshairs ahead of the November election, with Trump signing a somewhat toothless executive order on May 28 meant to intimidate them into letting him share whatever he wants.
· D.C. mayor issues citywide curfew as third night of unrest simmers near White House →
WASHINGTON — Mayor Muriel Bowser ordered a citywide curfew here Sunday night, as another wave of intense protests over the death of George Floyd enveloped the nation’s capital
· NYPD top terrorism cop says anarchist groups worked to orchestrate damage, violence →
Colorado, California, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Washington and Wisconsin have all activated their state National Guards to maintain order, assist police and stop violence, governors and state officials said.
· Fiji's Vijay Singh reportedly opts out of Korn Ferry Tour start after criticism →
Schnell later apologised, writing, “a different approach should have been taken in order to get my point across.”
· India expels Pakistan embassy officials for alleged spying →
Late yesterday, Pakistan summoned India’s charge d’affaires to express its “condemnation” of the expulsion order.
· Media companies lose appeal over Facebook defamation ruling →
This would open the door to an order that the companies pay thousands of dollars in damages to Mr Voller, unless a defence can be established.
· Aggressive policing tactics called into question as national protests flare →
But the fact that some cities have rolled out curfew orders — and some people are willfully ignoring them — has only ratcheted up the response by police officers, who have an expanded authority to make arrests of people that defy orders.