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Celebrities help Minneapolis protesters make bail

Several Hollywood stars make donations to support arrested protesters. Full story

People more important than the economy, pope says about Covid crisis

VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Pope Francis said on Sunday that people are more important than the economy, as countries decide how quickly to reopen their countries from coronavirus lockdowns. Pope Francis leads the Regina Coeli prayer from his window in the newly reopened St. Peter's Square after months of closure due to an outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), at the Vatican, May 31, 2020. Vatican Media/­Handout via REUTERS ATTENTION ... Full story

Somali minibus hits roadside bomb, six killed

Paramedics and civilians at Madina hospital assist an injured man after a minibus struck a roadside bomb at Hawa Abdi village, northwest of Mogadishu, Somalia May 31, 2020. REUTERS/Feisal Omar. MOGADISHU (Reuters) - At least six people were killed on Sunday when a minibus struck a roadside bomb near the Somali capital Mogadishu, police and witnesses said. The vehicle was carrying passengers, mostly from the same extended family, from the city ... Full story

Britain will not 'look away' from Hong Kong responsibilities, says Raab

FILE PHOTO: Britain's Secretary of State for Foreign affairs Dominic Raab arrives in Downing Street, following the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), London, Britain, May 7, 2020. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls. LONDON (Reuters) - Britain will not look away from is responsibilities to Hong Kong, foreign minister Dominic Raab said on Sunday, repeating London’s offer of extended visa rights in response to China’s push to impose a new law in ... Full story

Burkina Faso gunmen 'kill 20 at cattle market' in Kompienga

Image caption The security forces are struggling to end violence in Burkina Faso. At least 20 people have been killed in eastern Burkina Faso when gunmen stormed a cattle market, reports say. Gunmen on motorbikes fired into the crowded market in Kompienga town in the middle of the day on Saturday, eyewitnesses were quoted as saying by local media. It is unclear who was behind the attack. Burkina Faso has seen a sharp rise in jihadist violence ... Full story

EU trade commissioner Hogan mulling candidacy for WTO chief

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European trade commissioner Phil Hogan is considering putting his name forward as a candidate to be the next director-general of the World Trade Organization, his spokesman said on Sunday. FILE PHOTO: European Trade Commissioner-designate Phil Hogan of Ireland attends his hearing before the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium September 30, 2019. REUTERS/Yves Herman/File Photo. The WTO post will become vacant at the end ... Full story

Workers nervously eye return to Lear's coronavirus-hit plant in Mexico

CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico (Reuters) - Lear Corp is implementing costly safety measures that may hurt productivity at its operations in Mexico after suffering the deadliest known factory-related coronavirus outbreak in the Americas, but the U.S. auto parts maker still faces a battle to win back workers’ trust. An employee of U.S. auto part maker Lear Corp., has her temperature taken while arriving for a training course to learn the new security ... Full story

A Young Doctor Photographs the Coronavirus Crisis

A Young Doctor Photographs the Coronavirus Crisis - - - - - - -. Dr. Duncan Grossman, a medical resident in Brooklyn, has a stage-one pressure ulcer on his nose from long hours wearing an N95 mask. He sports a Harry Potter surgical cap made by his mother-in-law. The emergency-medicine resident was training in another service at Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn when Covid-19 hit the hospital. Dr. Grossman was soon reassigned to ICU-X, a ... Full story

Malta to reopen its airport on July 1

FILE PHOTO: A man and a woman wearing protective face masks walk past benches that have been taped off to prevent people from sitting on them, as people take advantage of the good weather to go outdoors in Sliema, despite the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Malta April 12, 2020. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi/File Photo. VALLETTA (Reuters) - Malta will reopen its airport to passenger flights on July 1, Prime Minister Robert Abela ... Full story

Amazon UK website defaced with racist abuse

Amazon has blamed a "bad actor" for racist abuse that appeared on multiple listings on its UK website. The abuse, now removed, appeared when users searched the online shop for Apple AirPods and similar products. It was unclear how long the racist language remained on the site, but it sparked outrage on Twitter and the sharing of screenshots and video grabs. "We are removing the images in question and have taken action on the bad actor," Amazon ... Full story

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