· One Twitter account is reposting everything Trump tweets. It was suspended within 3 days. →
In an email shared by BizzareLazar, Twitter told SuspendThePres their suspension would be lifted 12 hours after they removed the offending post.
· Broncos expect more from bench forwards →
It will sideline him alongside fellow forwards David Fifita (knee) and Tevita Pangai (suspension).
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· Philippines’ Rodrigo Duterte makes U-turn on scrapping U.S. troop deal →
The U.S. Embassy in Manila welcomed the suspension.
· Pandemic could cost Australian universities $11 billion: Lobby group →
The university sector's dependence on Chinese students has sparked a string of other controversies, including clashes between pro- and anti-Beijing students on campuses in 2019 and the suspension of a high-profile Chinese Communist Party critic by the University of Queensland last week.
· 'I hope you are ready to lose your virginity': PE teacher's texts exposed →
He was handed a retroactive 12-month suspension from reapplying for his teacher's registration from July 2018.
· TV racing frontman gears up for return to action →
He admits he will feel a mix of nervousness and excitement as he tries to strike the right chord after the coronavirus-enforced suspension of action.
· Doping: CAS to hear Salazar appeal in November →
REUTERS: The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has said it will hear banned track coach Alberto Salazar's appeal to overturn his four-year doping suspension in November.
· George Floyd protest: halt UK riot gear sales to US police, says Labour →
Emily Thornberry, the shadow international trade secretary, has written to her opposite number, Liz Truss, arguing it would “be a disgrace” if the UK supplied material that was used by US police or national guard during crisis sparked by the death in police hands of George Floyd.In her letter the Labour MP said: “If this were any other leader, in any other country in the world, the suspension of any such exports is the least we could expect from the British government in response to their actions, and our historic alliance with the United States is no reason to shirk that responsibility now.”
· George Floyd protests: Florida police officer suspended for pushing kneeling woman →
Fort Lauderdale Mayor Dean Trantalis told reporters that Mr Poherence’s action was “offensive,” and added that he feels a suspension is the right course of action.