· Jail for truckie whose faulty brakes cost 'kind, loving' cop her life →
In sentencing, Mr Tinney also took into account Singh’s guilty plea, his “genuine” sense of remorse, absence of relevant criminal history and serious mental health issues.
· WHO stops hydroxychloroquine trials over safety concerns →
Trump dismissed the opinions then of his own government's experts who had warned of the serious risks associated with hydroxychloroquine, with the Food and Drug Administration highlighting reported poisonings and heart problems.
The Japan Times
· Corruption convictions nearly doubled in China last year →
The latest high-profile targets of the anti-corruption campaign include former shipbuilding executive Hu Wenming and ex-deputy national security minister Sun Lijun, who were both placed under investigation for “serious violations of discipline and the law” in May and April respectively.
· How a Haredi community in London is coping with coronavirus – photo essay →
Most calls were serious,” said Benjamin Stern, a Hatzola volunteer of 20 years.
The New York Times
· Word + Quiz: eschatology →
In the introduction of his 1979 paper, he pushed back against the idea that eschatology, the study of end times, should be avoided by serious scientists: “If our analysis of the long-range future leads us to raise questions related to the ultimate meaning and purpose of life, then let us examine these questions boldly and without embarrassment.”
· 7 addictive Korean dramas to binge right now →
The concept for this hugely popular star-crossed romance admittedly sounds bizarre, particularly as the relationship between North and South Korea is a fairly serious subject.
· Tuesday briefing: 'I don't regret what I did' →
The man was taken to the Royal Cornwall hospital by air ambulance in a serious condition and was receiving treatment.
· TV tonight: David Olusoga explores Bristol's slave-holding past →
It feels more like a jolly than a serious documentary, but the pair are good value and the cricket itself adds considerable drama – the conclusion to the Test match they attend will feel poignant to anyone yearning for a fix of live sport.
· Judge asks whether cop who bashed prisoner is in right line of work →
In March a jury found Fowler guilty of recklessly causing injury but not guilty of the more serious charge of intentionally causing injury.