“Without” in the news
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· Thuram, Plea dazzle in Gladbach rout of Union →
Promoted Union have now gone six games without a win to drop down to 14th, four points above the relegation playoff spot.
· US workers face an unequal future when coronavirus recedes →
But “lower skilled workers... are taking on more risk without more pay.”
· Troops, police clamp down in US cities as unrest over racism flares →
President Donald Trump blamed anarchists and far-left activists for the violence, threatening to officially designate one group as terrorists, while local leaders appealed to citizens to give constructive outlet to their rage without destroying their communities.
· Spurred by George Floyd's death, protesters resist having peaceful message hijacked →
Walz had also suggested without evidence that some of the rioting may have been directed by white supremacist groups or drug cartels.
· La Liga announces fixtures as season re-start looms large →
As in the Bundesliga, which earlier in May became the first major European league to start up again after being disrupted by the pandemic, all La Liga matches until the end of the season will take place without spectators.
· Journalists covering US protests find themselves under attack →
“Authorities in cities across the US need to instruct police not to target journalists and ensure they can report safely on the protests without fear of injury or retaliation,” said a statement from the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ).
· Brazil’s Bolsonaro rallies supporters as US sends unproven drug →
Protected by bodyguards, he approached the crowd without touching them, although he did pick up two children and put them on his shoulders, and briefly mounted a police horse, to the crowd’s delight.
· Australia’s stalled migrant boom derails golden economic run →
So critical is migration to Australia that analysts reckon the economy would have slipped into a recession last year without new arrivals to boost population growth.
· UK manufacturing leaders call for emergency bailout →
Britain’s foremost manufacturing group – which represents 20,000 companies of all sizes in engineering, manufacturing, technology and the wider industrial sector – said highly skilled jobs and critical supply chains across all regions of the country were at risk without direct support from the state.
· Petty traders staring at ruin as Covid-19, MCO lay waste to businesses →
“It is fortunate that the moratorium on loans came to be, at least without having to pay their obligations during this time, many of my association members can scrape by.