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· Ethan Ampadu: Chelsea's on-loan teenager eyes Leipzig return after injury →
International teammate Rabbi Matondo is expected to be fit for Schalke's game at Union Berlin having played in all four of the side's matches since matches in Germany's top-flight returned without spectators on 16 May.
· Salwa Eid Naser: World 400m champion handed provisional ban for anti-doping whereabouts failures →
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· Civil rights groups sue Trump over assault on peaceful George Floyd protesters before president's Bible photo op →
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has launched a lawsuit against the Trump administration over the gassing of peaceful protesters at the White House this week.
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The announcement came a day after the American Civil Liberties Union filed suit against the county and city to end the curfew.
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· Home Prices Are Rising, Along With Post-Lockdown Demand →
He advises borrowers to shop around by checking loan terms at traditional banks, finance companies like Quicken Loans and credit unions.
· MLB players 'resoundingly reject' owners' plan as stalemate continues →
More than 100 players, including the union’s executive board, held a two-hour digital meeting with officials of the Major League Baseball Players Association on Thursday, a day after the union’s offer was rejected by Major League Baseball.
· Zenabis to supply medical cannabis in Germany; nabs license amendment for Stellarton facility →
Zenabis Global (OTCPK:ZBISF) has assigned its binding term sheet with Farmako GmbH to subsidiary, ZenPharm for the supply of European Union Good Manufacturing Practices ((EU GMP)) certified medicinal cannabis and amended the terms to provide for a minimum volume guarantee.
· Dr Mahathir: DAP bogeyman invented by Najib, Malays not so easily crushed →
He also recalled that the Malaysia won its independence by defeating the British-proposed Malayan Union and during the 1997 currency crisis the nation did not run to the International Monetary Fund or the World Bank for assistance, but managed to handle it internally.
· U.S. banks hauled in $1.85T in new Q1 deposits →
Between the lines: A separate report from S&P earlier this week found that close to 1,000 credit unions reported a net loss in the first quarter.
· Delhi COVID-19 testing last week: Every fourth sample found positive; officials blame laxity in people’s behaviour →
Dr Harsh Vardhan, Union Health Minister, according to the report stressed that the increasing rate of transmission and a high fatality rate in Delhi is becoming a serious issue and the state has been asked to ramp up the testing along with aggressive surveillance, contact tracing as well as stringent containment measures.