· Key suspect in UK migrant lorry tragedy held in Germany, say sources →
The probe has discovered that the migrants who died were loaded into the truck in northern France, and that the network continued its operations even after the tragedy, charging 15,000 to 20,000 euros to cross from France to Britain.
· S. Korea's parliament opens new 4-year term amid pandemic crisis →
Another thorny issue is the opposition party's call for the resignation of Yoon Mee-hyang, a ruling party lawmaker under probe over allegations that she misused donations for the victims of Japan's sexual enslavement of Korean women during World War II.
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· In Brazil, a President Under Fire Lashes Out at Investigators →
Adding to the pressure on Mr. Bolsonaro, the Supreme Court recently opened a probe into allegations that Mr. Bolsonaro had attempted to assert improper control over the federal police for political gain.
· US stocks end mostly up despite bad data, China tensions →
He also ordered probes of Chinese companies listed on American financial markets.
· S Korean lawmaker-elect denies wrongdoing over 'comfort women' funds →
Yoon Meehyang, who begins her four-year term as a lawmaker for the ruling liberal party on Saturday, responded in a news conference to questions raised by a 92-year-old former sex slave that prompted a probe by prosecutors and angry calls for her to resign from the legislature.
· George Floyd and officer who kneeled on his neck had worked at same nightclub, former owner says →
The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension and the FBI are both independently investigating Floyd's death, with the U.S. Attorney's Office's having assigned prosecutors to the probe.
· Trump announces probe of Chinese companies listed in US →
WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump on Friday (May 29) ordered a probe into the actions of Chinese companies listed on American financial markets as tensions flared anew between the world's two biggest economies.
· Trump says US 'terminating relationship' with WHO amid pandemic →
The WHO bowed to calls from most of its member states to launch an independent probe into how it managed the international response to the pandemic.
· US senators urge probe of TikTok on children's privacy →
Fourteen Democrats on the U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee have also urged the FTC in a letter to open a probe of TikTok.