The China Post
· N. Korea threatens to halt military agreement over leaflets →
In a separate statement, the international affairs department of the North’s ruling Workers’ Party accused U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo of spewing “rubbish” over his critical comments toward Beijing, which is Pyongyang’s biggest ally.
· Premier rules out curfews for Black Lives Matter rally in Melbourne CBD →
The state government is still in negotiations with the project's builders about up to $3 billion in blown-out costs and it is believed that the parties are close to reaching an agreement.
· N. Korea says US in no position to criticise China →
In an article carried by one of North Korea's main state-run newspapers, an unnamed spokesman for the international affairs department of the ruling Workers' Party of Korea (WPK) criticised recent comments by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
Hong Kong Free Press
· Scapegoating Hong Kong’s minorities over Covid-19 is dangerous – here’s how to avoid it →
Scapegoating minorities risks creating a world of “them versus us.” This is effectively deflects public attention and shifts blame from public health professionals, governments and other parties to the weak and vulnerable, further excluding them from society.
The Japan Times
· ‘Forgiven Children’: No clear-cut truths to a child’s crimes →
From celebrating his freedom with a karaoke party, Kira and his parents are soon on the run.
· Kim's sister warns South Korea to stop defectors from scattering anti-North leaflets →
She serves formally as a vice-director of the ruling Workers’ Party’s powerful Central Committee.
· North Korea warns South to stop defectors from scattering anti-North leaflets, says KCNA →
She serves formally as a vice director of the ruling Workers’ Party’s powerful Central Committee.
· Teen girls arrested over fatal Gold Coast balcony fall →
It is understood Mr Knowles, Mr Kratzmann and Mr Soper-Lagas invited Mr English and a friend, who were also staying in the building, to party with them in their apartment.
· Netflix and John Stamos say goodbye to 'Fuller House' — but the reboot's impact will live on →
But despite all that, “Fuller House” has been a ratings hit for Netflix, at least according to third party measurements.