“Resume” in the news
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· After years of silence, the ugly truth behind beauty contests in Philippines →
“But my aunt told me, ‘Delete that from your resume.
· Report: NBA Will Conduct Coronavirus Testing Every Night →
Additionally, testing will be conducted every night once the season resumes on July 31.
· Commentary: Now is not the time. But I can’t wait to go on my next overseas trip →
In Singapore, officials are in talks to resume essential travel among countries with low COVID-19 transmission rates.
· Commentary: India grapples with COVID-19 migrant worker chaos →
The government abruptly cancelled special trains from the southern state of Karnataka returning thousands of migrants stranded by the lockdown, expressing concern that construction activities resuming in the state would need workers.
· Report: NBA COVID-19 Protocols, Return-to-Play Details Revealed Before Restart →
Some of those details are already emerging as the NBA and NBPA work through a litany issues while planning to resume the 2019-20 season July 31 at ESPN's Wide World of Sports Complex in Lake Buena Vista, Florida, just outside Orlando.
· 2020 Pittsburgh Steelers Fantasy Team Outlook: Don't Call it a Comeback, They've Been Here For Years →
With three missed games and a sketchy resume in 2019, fantasy owners need to look past his disaster and focus on his success the previous year.
· The National Basketball Players Association Approves The Proposal To Resume The NBA Season →
After Commissioner Adam Silver's 22 team format proposal to resume the season was approved by the NBA's Board of Governors, the final piece of the puzzle was for the 28 players board of the National Basketball Players Association to approve it as well.
· World number one Barty wary of U.S. Open return →
World number one Ashleigh Barty voiced caution Friday about resuming tennis too soon, saying she needed more information before committing to the U.S. Open in August.
· Shigeru Yokota, father of N Korea abductee, dies at 87 →
But there has been little progress in recent years, as denuclearization talks between the United States and North Korea have stalled and Pyongyang has resumed ballistic missile tests in defiance of U.N. Security Council resolutions.
· What's Known–and What Isn't Yet–About MLS's Return-Plan Tournament →
Several weeks before pushing players to reach a deal and return to the field by threatening a lockout, MLS signaled its desperation to resume meaningful competition with what be the most ridiculous press release in its 25-year history.