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The China Post
· As Minneapolis burns, mayor takes heat for the response →
The day after the 3rd Precinct fire, University of Minnesota political science professor Larry Jacobs said Frey was “out of his depth” and “clearly unable to understand what he has to do to restore order while also creating the kind of healing that has to happen in Minneapolis.”
· With NYC poised to reopen starting June 8, focus is on city's infection hotspots →
The church argued that limits on how many people can attend their services violate constitutional guarantees of religious freedom and had been seeking an order in time for services on Sunday.
· National Guard heads to Louisville, Ky., to quell protests over fatal March police shooting →
Andy Beshear has ordered 350 National Guard to Lousiville, following two nights of protests against the fatal police shooting in of Breonna Taylor in her home.
· Cummings and Johnson evil geniuses? Hardly, just lazy and the incompetent →
Cummings gave them the marching orders.
· Stuart Evers: 'We either look into the gutter or at the upper classes' →
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· Killer Mike's viral speech cuts to the heart of the nationwide protests →
The idea of Trump promoting racial tolerance in America at the tail end of a first term marked by rampant corruption and an erosion of social order is ludicrous.
· NCLAT issues standard operating procedure for virtual hearings from June 1 →
“In order to contain the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), and after considering the various instructions and advisories relating to coronavirus control and lockdown issued by the government, Acting Chairperson, NCLAT has decided that all urgent cases will be heard through video conferencing mode from June 1, 2020,” the tribunal said in a communication.
· Who is Hunter Biden and could he impact his father's campaign? →
Joe Biden, left, and retired military officers watch President Barack Obama sign orders to close down the detention centre at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, in January 2009
· London doesn't always know best: how the north is choosing its own pace out of lockdown →
The willingness to defy government advice in order to, as Gannon puts it, “do what’s best for Gateshead”, is born of bitter experience.
· Gov. Tim Walz to mobilize Minnesota's full National Guard →
There are already around 700 National Guard troops in the city, and the order could bring another 1,000, The Star Tribune writes.