|secretary of state||国務長官|
· Demings: 'Long overdue' for nationwide review to address police misconduct →
Some Republicans believe that former Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach would cost their party the race if he wins the primary, pointing to his 2018 gubernatorial loss.
· Target to close 175 stores amid protests →
The tweet also featured a screenshot of U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's statement from 2018, addressing protests in Iran, but with elements crossed out and replaced to include references to the ongoing protests in the U.S.
The China Post
· World uneasily watches US protests but US racism seen before →
Hu Xijin, the editor of the state-owned Global Times newspaper, tweeted that U.S. officials can now see protests out their own windows: “I want to ask Speaker Pelosi and Secretary Pompeo: Should Beijing support protests in the U.S., like you glorified rioters in Hong Kong?”
· Perrottet offers $1000 to public servants in lieu of pay rise →
While NSW has decided to freeze public sector wages, including senior executive managers such as department secretaries, Victoria is pushing for a $23-a-week increase in the minimum wage.
The Rio Times
· Rio’s Police Secretary Resigns Following Operation Targeting Governor →
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Rio's Civil Police Secretary, Deputy Marcus Vinicius de Almeida Braga, resigned his post.
· CAIT comes out in support of Ladakh’s Sonam Wangchuk to boycott Chinese products →
CAIT Secretary General Praveen Khandelwal said it will educate traders across the country to stop importing as well as selling these products, and more products will soon be verified and added to the list.
· Continue strict measures in containment zones to arrest COVID-19 spread: Delhi L-G to authorities →
Baijal held a meeting with Chief Secretary Vijay Dev and other top officers of the Delhi government and municipal corporations to review steps being taken to ramp up medical infrastructure in the city keeping in mind various scenarios
· ECB to seek guidance about cricket’s return from coronavirus pandemic →
Oliver Dowden, the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, declared that cricket, among other sports, was set to return after his department published health and safety guidelines designed to prevent the spread of coronavirus.