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· Will IPL 2020 be held this year? Anil Kumble's big remark →
IPL 2020 News: Former India captain and Kings XI Punjab head coach Anil Kumble is hopeful of the IPL happening this year and is not averse to the idea of conducting the cash-rich event without spectators due to the COVID-19 threat.
The Japan Times
· China approves Hong Kong security legislation, defying Trump →
Chinese lawmakers approved a proposal for sweeping new national security legislation in Hong Kong, defying a threat by U.S. President Donald Trump to respond strongly to a measure that democracy advocates say will curb essential freedoms in the city.
· Alarm over five suicides in six days at prisons in England and Wales →
David Lammy, the shadow justice secretary, said: “The unusual spike in deaths in custody raises serious questions over whether the severe emergency Covid-19 regime in prisons is becoming a threat to the welfare of prisoners.
· China's parliament approves Hong Kong national security Bill →
Authorities in Beijing and Hong Kong insist there is no threat to the city's freedoms.
· Bandar Kuching MP says getting death threats for objecting to PAS’ proposed booze ban →
KUCHING, May 28 — DAP’s Bandar Kuching Member of Parliament Dr Kelvin Yii Lee Wuen said today that he was receiving death threats from a “coordinated group of netizens” after he posted a statement objecting to PAS’ call to ban alcohol on Facebook.
· Move over, Fortnite: how Valorant became the next big competitive game →
Riot Games’ new shooter is already being hailed as a threat to Fortnite, Counter-Strike and Overwatch – and barely anyone has played it yet
· FEC commissioner fact-checks Trump's voter fraud claims →
Of note: Weintraub recommended in March that Americans should vote in the general election by mail if physically going to the polls remained unsafe because of the threat of the novel coronavirus.
· Maharashtra: NCP's Nawab Malik says Maha Vikas Aghadi government 'stable and strong', will complete 5 years →
“The government is currently combating the COVID-19 threat.
· Multiple charges for man who repeatedly left house during circuit breaker, threatened to shoot a man at Orchard Plaza →
He faces various penalties for each charge levied on him, from fines to jail terms of up to 10 years for criminal intimidation with a threat to cause grievous hurt.
· US virus toll crosses 100,000 as pandemic rages in Latin America →
Jair Bolsonaro, Brazil's far-right president and a Trump ally, has slammed stay-at-home orders and played down the threat of the virus, saying the economic fallout of lockdowns causes more damage than the disease itself.