Sweep в новостях
|clean sweep||Чистое движение|
Публикации и примеры предложений
· Bello: Latin America’s empty skies →
In a memoir he writes vividly of flying over the Andes, where “blustering gusts sweep through the narrow walls of…rocky corridors and force the pilot to a sort of hand-to-hand combat.”
· Donations to inclusive publishers' appeal leap after George Floyd killing →
The first few weeks of the fundraiser saw donations of around £16,000, but as protests over the killing of George Floyd by US police swept around the world, the publishers raised more than £100,000 in less than a week.
The New York Times
· Stacey Abrams: I Know Voting Feels Inadequate Right Now →
For those who cling to the days of monochromatic American identity, the sweep of change raises the fundamental fear of not being part of a multicultural America.
· Brees sorry for 'hurtful, insensitive' kneeling remarks →
As a wave of demonstrations against police brutality and racism sweeps across the US, many athletes have voiced support for former NFL star Colin Kaepernick, who ignited controversy in 2016 by kneeling during the US national anthem.
· America needs to think more about the costs of policing →
Whether it’s through policies like stop-and-frisk or aggressive sweeps of neighborhoods, police often target minority communities with dragnet strategies — leading to excessive use of force and distrust in police as people see themselves, their friends, and their neighbors treated unequally.
· 'Absolutely devastating': Meghan Markle pays tribute to George Floyd in graduation address →
Protests have swept dozens of U.S. cities since Floyd, 46, died after police officer Derek Chauvin, who is white, kneeled on his neck for more than eight minutes in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
· LG Twins rout Samsung Lions to avoid series sweep →
SEOUL, June 4 (Yonhap) -- The LG Twins pounded the Samsung Lions 11-0 to avoid a three-game series sweep in the Korea Baseball Organization (KBO) on Thursday.
· Coronavirus: White House fears second wave sparked by George Floyd protests →
Mr Trump this week has eagerly pronounced himself the “president of law and order” in response to the racial unrest that has swept across the nation, overshadowing the pandemic that has claimed the lives of more than 105,000 Americans and imperilled his re-election prospects.
· 'Queerantine' photographer captures 'community resilience' amid crisis →
As the coronavirus pandemic swept Boston in April, Schmaling, 26, a wedding photographer, quickly lost gigs as clients canceled their ceremonies.
· Coronavirus Australia latest: at a glance →
In Victoria, authorities are concerned a second wave of the pandemic could sweep the state with protesters set to ignore Covid-19 rules and new cases still being identified.