· Covid-19: will the government’s mixed messages lead to another surge? →
Any spike in deaths from Covid-19 over the next fortnight should cost him his political life.Piers BrendonCambridge
· WATCH: National Guard in Minneapolis shoots paint canisters at residents on front porch →
George Floyd should have been alive today.
· After rain in Delhi, north India, low possibility of heat wave for a week: IMD →
It said the fishermen who have ventured into the sea along the north and south Gujarat coasts should return by Sunday and not go out till June 4.
· The Guardian view on arts and the pandemic: support needed now →
And yet most people agree that museums, galleries, music and theatre are a public good, and should be available to everyone, no matter who they are, not just the wealthy.
· India expels two Pakistan High Commission officials on charges of espionage, orders them to leave within 24 hrs →
“Pakistan’s Charge de Affairs was asked to ensure that no member of its diplomatic mission should indulge in activities inimical to India or behave in a manner incompatible with their diplomatic status,” the MEA said.
· Finally there is real movement on Australia's climate policy but time isn’t on our side →
That’s a step forward – and it should be acknowledged as such.
· Coalition gave private pathology companies lucrative Covid contracts →
Sonic, one of two massive players in the sector, said the increase to $85 “was simply correcting what the initial test fee should have been when introduced only days earlier”.
· Covid-19 misinformation: pro-Trump and QAnon Twitter bots found to be worst culprits →
The report authors recommend that platform operators get better at detecting and mitigating bot activity on their platforms, and mainstream media should be encouraged to reduce “clickbait conspiracy theory coverage” that has the potential to introduce new audiences to the misinformation .
· Family of David Dungay, who died in custody, express solidarity with family of George Floyd →
However, he said none of the five guards should face disciplinary action.