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Media Falsely Claimed Violent Riots Were Peaceful And That Tear Gas Was Used Against Rioters

Following days of violent riots and looting in cities across the country, Washington, D.C., announced a 7 p.m. curfew on Monday night. About the same time, President Donald Trump addressed the nation from the Rose Garden. Afterward, he walked through Lafayette Park to St. John’s Episcopal Church, which rioters had set on fire the night before. Standing before the church sign, which reads “ All are welcome ,” President Trump, who previously said ... Full story

Death of reality TV show star in Japan spotlights cyber bullying

TOKYO (Reuters) - The recent death of Hana Kimura, a bubbly, pink-haired 22-year-old wrestler and reality TV show star, has spotlighted a rise in cyber bullying in Japan and prompted swift official pledges to do more to protect victims. FILE PHOTO: Hana Kimura competes during the New Japan Pro-Wrestling's 'Wrestle Kingdom 14' at Tokyo Dome in Tokyo, Japan, January 4, 2020, in this photo taken and released by Nikkan Sports, and obtained by ... Full story

Canadians watching U.S. in 'horror and consternation,' says PM Trudeau

OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, when asked about U.S. President Donald Trump possibly calling in the military to quell protests, paused here ,2020:newsml_OVCGOO7OF_K15&pageId=ReutersNews for more than 20 seconds before responding that Canadians were observing events in the U.S. with horror. “We all watch in horror and consternation what’s going on in the United States,” Trudeau said on Tuesday at a daily news ... Full story

UK to change immigration rules if China imposes security law on Hong Kong, Johnson says

(Reuters) - The United Kingdom is prepared to change its immigration rules if China imposes a national security law on Hong Kong, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Wednesday in an op-ed for the South China Morning Post. Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson outside 10 Downing Street during the last day of the Clap for our Carers campaign in support of the NHS, following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in London, ... Full story

Cyclone Nisarga intensifies as it approaches Mumbai

Image caption Fishing boats anchored in Mumbai, having been told not to venture out. A cyclone moving across the Arabian Sea to the Indian coastal city of Mumbai has intensified, forecasters say. Cyclone Nisarga, which is approaching from the south-west, would be the first serious cyclone to make landfall in the city since 1891. More than 10,000 people have already been moved to higher ground. With 20 million people, Mumbai is India's most ... Full story

Backlash in China after front-line doctor dies

Image caption Dr Hu Weifeng has become the latest Wuhan doctor to die after contracting coronavirus. The death of a front-line doctor in central China is provoking a backlash against the authorities' handling of the coronavirus pandemic. Dr Hu Weifeng passed away on 2 June, after a four-month fight with Covid-19. He made headlines in March, when his skin turned black "due to liver dysfunction" during his treatment. The exact cause of his death ... Full story

Oil hits three-month high over hopes for output cuts

FILE PHOTO: The sun sets behind an oil pump outside Saint-Fiacre, near Paris, France September 17, 2019. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann. TOKYO (Reuters) - Oil rose on Wednesday to a near three-month high amid optimism that major producers will extend production cuts as the world recovers from the coronavirus pandemic. Brent crude was up 22 cents, or 0.6%, at $39.79, by 0003 GMT, the highest since March 6, having gained 3.3% on Tuesday. U.S. West ... Full story

Google pulls ‘Remove China Apps’ from Play Store – TechCrunch

Remove China Apps, an app that gained popularity in India in recent weeks and did exactly what its name suggests, has been pulled from the Play Store. The top trending app in India, which was downloaded more than 5 million times since late May and enabled users to detect and easily delete apps developed by Chinese firms, was pulled from Android’s marquee app store for violating Google Play Store’s Deceptive Behaviour Policy , TechCrunch has ... Full story

UK's quarantine of travellers vital to avoid second coronavirus wave, ministers say

FILE PHOTO: Passengers wearing protective clothing are seen at Heathrow Airport, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in London, Britain, May 22, 2020. REUTERS/Toby Melville. (Reuters) - Britain’s quarantine for travellers arriving from abroad, which will be introduced from June 8, is crucial to avoiding a second wave of the coronavirus outbreak in the country, Interior Minister Priti Patel and Transport Minister Grant Shapps said. ... Full story

U.S. attorney general asked for protesters to be pushed back: Washington Post

FILE PHOTO: FILE PHOTO: U.S. Attorney General William Barr awaits the arrival of President Donald Trump to addresses the coronavirus response daily briefing at the White House in Washington, U.S., March 23, 2020. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst/File Photo. WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Attorney General William Barr personally asked for protesters to be pushed back from Washington’s Lafayette Square on Monday just before President Donald Trump spoke from ... Full story