|during the rule||ルール中|
|rule of law||法の支配|
The New York Times
· DealBook: Mark Zuckerberg’s Biggest Challenge Yet →
Yesterday, the Supreme Court unanimously ruled against a hedge fund and a labor union challenging the constitutionality of the board that Congress created in 2016 to repair Puerto Rico’s broken finances.
· 'There's a romanticism about nighthawking, but it's theft': when metal detectorists go rogue →
Wilson asked the men if they had permission to metal-detect there and if they realised they were breaking the lockdown rules.
· Iran bemoans ill-discipline as virus cases crest again →
Iran on Tuesday lamented that people were ignoring social distancing rules as it reported more than 3,000 new coronavirus infections in a second cresting wave.
· Brown and Black: shades of brilliance →
Jonathan Brown comes off the field under the blood rule in 2009. Credit:Joe Armao
· China withheld data on coronavirus from WHO, recordings reveal →
It said in a statement, reported by the AP: “Our leadership and staff have worked night and day in compliance with the organisation’s rules and regulations to support and share information with all member states equally, and engage in frank and forthright conversations with governments at all levels.”
· 'No understanding': Community sports blast government plan to split return dates →
Time is also running out for Aussie rules football, with AFL NSW/ACT acting chief executive Tiffany Robertson eager to see more guidance from the government.
· Little to declare: how BH Lyon tried to pep up county cricket →
Had the rule been in place the previous year, Lyon’s Gloucestershire – having won five more games than the champions, Lancashire – would have won the division easily.
· English Premiership backs rugby salary cap reforms →
The new regulations would then be presented to the Premiership Rugby board for approval, with the aim of having the rules in place for the 2020/21 season.
The China Post
· Syrian stock market halts trading for Assad cousin’s company →
The decision by the Syrian Commission of Financial Markets and Securities marked another development in a deepening financial dispute within the Assad family, which has ruled Syria for five decades.
· India's sugar demand to improve further as govt relaxes lockdown rules: ISMA →
With further relaxations in COVID-19 lockdown rules, sugar demand in India, the world’s second largest producer of the sweetener, has started picking up and will further improve with opening of hotels and restaurants, industry body ISMA said on Tuesday.