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· Surrey looking into hosting matches at Oval with reduced capacity →
Cricket West Indies said they are in the final stages of discussions regarding a tour in July once the ECB's plans for bio-secure venues receive government support.
The China Post
· Failed Maduro coup leader flew on pro-govt magnate’s plane →
MIAMI (AP) — It was mid-January and Jordan Goudreau was itching to get going on a secret plan to raid Venezuela and arrest President Nicolás Maduro when the former special forces commando flew to the city of Barranquilla in Colombia to meet with his would-be partner in arms.
· Back to roots of music, jazz vocalist sings from home →
The coronavirus lockdown laid waste to the plans of jazz vocal star, Grammy nominee Gretchen Parlato.
· Raytheon: Tails You Win, Heads You Don't Lose →
Before COVID-19, RTX management had a target of $9 billion FCF by 2021, increasing at double digits annually from $6 billion in 2019; the plan also included returning $18-20 billion to shareholders in the 3 years after the merger:
· Towards nothing: the sorry fate of a road safety summit →
It was a 10-year plan designed to “reduce the annual numbers of both deaths and serious injuries on Australian roads by at least 30 per cent”.
The New York Times
· Your Thursday Briefing →
We’re covering the European Union’s plan to finance its recovery, Boris Johnson’s defense of a key aide and a new look at the pandemic timeline.
The New York Times
· Coronavirus Live: Updates From Around the World →
Nissan and Renault, the quarrelsome main partners in the world’s largest automaking alliance, announced a plan on Wednesday to try to reset their troubled relationship as they seek to survive the coronavirus’s devastating impact on the car industry.
· The Iranian refugee writing songs of love from his ‘luxury torture cell’ →
The government has no plan for releasing us, and we cannot be silent.”
· New wave of US layoffs feared as coronavirus pain deepens →
The second wave of layoffs could grow bigger, with Boeing announcing yesterday it was eliminating more than 12,000 US jobs and also disclosing it planned “several thousand remaining layoffs” in the next few months.
· Chinese parliament to vote on Hong Kong security law as US condemnation builds →
China’s legislature was set to approve plans to force a controversial national security law on Hong Kong, as the US prepared to retaliate against Beijing for stripping the territory of its promised freedoms.