· Iran berates US over police killing, slams racism →
Iran's Foreign Ministry earlier denounced the police killing of unarmed black man George Floyd in Minneapolis, which has sparked protests in several cities, some which have turned violent.
· Growing US-China rivalry seen fuelling UN paralysis amid virus crisis →
Several ambassadors shared that view.
The Japan Times
· With fact checks, Twitter takes on a new kind of task →
Twitter, whose executives at one time referred to it as “the free speech wing of the free speech party,” has been tightening content policies for several years after recognizing that abuses had grown rampant.
· Great Southern Land: Ripe time to taste tour WA's other top wine region →
FRANKLAND RIVERThe first contemporary vineyard was planted in 1967, with several more esteemed establishments up and running by the 1980s.
· Trump says he will delay G7 summit and invite other countries →
Japan's Shinzo Abe, also 65, is several months younger than Merkel.
· In New York, protesters clash with police as demonstrations hit cities across the country →
The protesters spanned several city blocks as they marched down Flatbush Avenue in central Brooklyn, chanting, “No justice, no peace” and “Hands up, don’t shoot.”
The China Post
· Goodell: ‘Tragic events’ call for ‘urgent need for action’ →
From New York to Los Angeles and several cities in between, thousands protested Floyd’s death and repeated police killings of black men.
· Life after circuit breaker — retail, entertainment and leisure won’t be the same again →
While it may take several months for Singapore to reach the last phase, it is possible that Phase Two may be no more than a few weeks away.
The China Post
· Fox News reporter attacked, chased from demonstration →
For several journalists across the country, the demonstrations were taking an ominous, dangerous turn.