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The Japan Times
· False Bill Gates conspiracy theories echo through Africa →
But it struck a chord: The French version of the post was shared more than 47,000 times before it was taken down.
The New York Times
· G.E., Which Traces Its Roots to Thomas Edison, Sells Its Lighting Business →
and the light bulb have long been synonymous, the uncoupling struck some as a pivotal moment, as if Kellogg had jettisoned its cornflakes business or Ford had stopped making cars.
· Walk this way! How to optimise your stride and focus your mind to get the most from your daily stroll →
The second problem is what Hall calls a passive foot strike.
The China Post
· House casts proxy votes in pandemic, Republicans have doubts →
The House rules change tries to strike a balance between working from home during the coronavirus outbreak and honoring the Constitution’s requirement to be “present” and voting.
· Jack Dorsey explains why Twitter fact-checked Trump's false voting claims →
On Wednesday evening, White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany told reporters the president would soon sign an executive order “pertaining to social media,” widely expected to be a shocking though likely unsubstantial strike back at Twitter’s policy enforcement choices this week.
· 14 million could go hungry in Latin America because of virus →
The House, with 432 current members and three vacancies, is trying to strike a balance between working from home during the coronavirus outbreak and honoring the Constitution’s requirement to be “present” and voting.
· Towards nothing: the sorry fate of a road safety summit →
Politicians know there are no votes in reducing our appalling road toll and most so-called “advocates” and bureaucrats, who should be screaming from the rafters, are struck dumb by grants and fear of upsetting their political masters.
· Seoul predicts economy will shrink, cuts interest rate →
The South is highly trade-dependent and saw its worst economic performance in more than a decade in the first quarter as the epidemic struck.
· Bill Gates conspiracy theories echo through Africa →
But it struck a chord: the French version of the post was shared more than 47,000 times before it was taken down.