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· Minnesota Gov. Walz vows to restore order to Twin Cities rocked by protests, which have at times turned violent →
The National Guard has been deployed to keep the peace, and Attorney General Keith Ellison urged Twin City residents to afford that force respect they might not give Minneapolis police.
· Watch live: New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo holds a press conference on the coronavirus outbreak →
The announcement comes after he signed an executive order on April 15 that urged all New York residents to wear face coverings in public.
· A new bill pushes Congress to do more to combat coronavirus racial disparities →
Rep. Kelly notes that this bill is looking to bolster community groups because many of these organizations have built-in trust with local residents.
· Taman Jurong Shopping Centre's NTUC FairPrice among places visited by COVID-19 cases while infectious →
In a later update, MOH reported that there were nine cases in the community - three are Singaporeans or permanent residents, two are work pass holders and four are work permit holders.
· 'It's going to get wild': Scotland begins to ease coronavirus lockdown →
While a number of community councils have been calling on Scotland’s national parks and reserves to continue turning cars away, other feel that this simply compounds the problem of traffic management, while there is evident frustration from rural residents at what they see as lack of preparation put into a gradual reopening of facilities.
· China threatens ‘countermeasures’ after UK said it could offer Hong Kong residents path to British citizenship →
China has responded with indignation to criticism of its proposed new Hong Kong security laws, threatening “countermeasures” after the UK indicated it could offer citizenship to 300,000 residents of the former British colony.
· Latino group backs Democrats who could make history, boost turnout →
When coronavirus forced Americans to limit their in-person contact, the campaign switched to making 1,000 calls a week to check on the community, find out what issues people were facing, deliver groceries and masks, and help residents get assistance and jobless benefits.
The China Post
· Baltimore voters face watershed moment with mayoral primary →
Miller has poured more than $2 million of her own money into the campaign in a city where more than 20% of residents live in poverty.
The New York Times
· Take a Virtual Tour of the Financial District and the Battery →
A famous rabbit warren of alpine office towers, corporate plazas and Colonial-era lanes mobbed during weekdays with tourists and traders, the financial district in Lower Manhattan has become home to more and more residents in recent years.
· ‘When the looting starts the shooting starts’: Trump quotes 1960s police chief whose brutal methods led to race riots →
They belong to a Miami police chief of the 1960s, Walter Headley – a man who deployed harsh, even brutal policing tactics in an attempt to bring black residents of his city to heel.