|following the withdrawal||撤退後|
|withdrawal of all||すべての撤回|
The China Post
· N. Korea threatens to halt military agreement over leaflets →
“If they fail to take corresponding steps for the senseless act against the fellow countrymen, they had better get themselves ready for possibility of the complete withdrawal of the already desolate Kaesong Industrial Park following the stop to tour of (Diamond Mountain), or shutdown of the (North-South) joint liaison office whose existence only adds to trouble, or the scrapping of the (North-South) agreement in military field which is hardly of any value.”
The Japan Times
· COVID-19 plays the spoiler as stages try to reopen in Japan →
Theater lovers suffering from withdrawal symptoms as a result of cancellations prompted by the coronavirus will be relieved to learn that a number of companies are busily formulating plans to restart their stalled events calendars as soon as possible.
· Trump trying to 'divide' America: Former defence secretary Mattis →
Mattis, who resigned in December 2018 over Trump's ordering of a full troop withdrawal from Syria, also voiced support for the demonstrators whose anti-racism rallies have roiled the country.
· Eating disorders vs. disordered eating: what’s the difference? →
“Some signs to look out for are a change in eating behaviours, withdrawal from social interactions, or mood and behavioural change associated with eating or meal times,” Tindrick says.
· Coronavirus: WHO re-starts hydroxychloroquine trials amid controversy over published research →
Dr Stephen Griffin, associate professor in the school of medicine at the University of Leeds, said: “The withdrawal of these drugs from various clinical settings based upon what may be dubious mortality data could deprive Covid-19 patients of a potentially effective therapy.
· The Guardian view on business bailouts: give the state a stake →
The damaging social consequences of the withdrawal of the state played a part in the political upheavals of recent years.
· Officials: Roadside bomb kills nine civilians in southern Afghanistan →
The deal paves the way for the withdrawal of all foreign forces by May next year.
· All the President’s Words →
No, the specificity of the terminology and data used to analyze the effects of the Trump administration’s affirmative-policy moves—for example, its termination of Obama-era civil-rights investigations and its withdrawal of federal oversight from police departments in places including Ferguson and Baltimore—can’t be replicated in discussions about the propriety of Trump’s tweets.
The New York Times
· Six Months of Coronavirus: Here’s Some of What We’ve Learned →
The masks, the social distancing, the fretful hand-washing, the aching withdrawal from friends and family — those steps are still the best hope of staying well, and will be for some time to come.
The Japan Times
· Time for the world to embark on a Great Reset →
Depending on the country, these may include changes to wealth taxes, the withdrawal of fossil-fuel subsidies, and new rules governing intellectual property, trade and competition.