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Minneapolis mayor booed out of protest after reportedly refusing to defund police

Minneapolis’ Democratic Mayor Jacob Frey was booed out of a protest on Saturday after reportedly refusing to back far-left calls to defund the Minneapolis Police Department -- a week after riots and looting tore through the city in the wake of George Floyd's death in police custody. “Go home Jacob, go home,” the demonstrators yelled at the mayor, as others booed and chanted “Shame, shame, shame.”. THOUSANDS OF PROTESTERS GATHER IN DC FOR ... Full story

D-Day anniversary photos capture World War II Normandy landing

It’s a sunny day in northwestern France — June 8, 1944, two days after D-Day and the Allied landings on the beaches of Normandy. On the cloth bag, the soldier has carefully written, “P.F.C. Frederick R. Smith.”. He probably doesn’t know Smith, doesn’t know that Smith had just turned 19, that he had been killed on Utah Beach two days before, and that his parents, Lawrence and Callie, back in Gate City, Va., were about to get terrible news. He ... Full story

No new positives in Premier League COVID-19 tests

FILE PHOTO: Soccer Football - Pre Season Friendly - Northampton Town v Sheffield United - Sixfields Stadium, Northampton, Britain - July 20, 2019 General view of the new Premier League ball on the pitch before the match Action Images via Reuters/Adam Holt/File Photo. LONDON (Reuters) - The latest round of tests for COVID-19 in the Premier League produced no positives, the league said on Saturday. A total of 1,195 tests were carried out on ... Full story

Panama reinstates some curbs on people movement to fight coronavirus

FILE PHOTO: Police officers are pictured during the curfew as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak continues, in Panama City, Panama March 31, 2020. REUTERS/Erick Marciscano. PANAMA CITY (Reuters) - Panama’s government on Saturday said it would reimpose curbs on the movement of people in two provinces with the highest incidence of coronavirus following the latest increases in new infections in the Central American country. From Monday, ... Full story

Census field offices to resume operations after pandemic delay

Census 2020 operations will be back up and running next week in nearly all of the Census Bureau’s 248 field offices nationwide, after being suspended in March because of the coronavirus pandemic . Locations in California, New Jersey, New York City, Richmond and Baltimore will resume activities on Monday, the last batch of phased restarts that began in early May and includes offices in Puerto Rico and in other territories. Workers will conduct ... Full story

Journalists are needed, now more than ever

For the world's media, 2020 - which always had the feeling of a landmark year - has crystallised the intense duality of our existence. This is a time of extraordinary opportunity and demand for what journalists do; and also a moment of immense danger, and threats that seem to grow by the hour. COVID-19 and the death of George Floyd are huge news events, in part because they accentuate the sense that we are living through one of history's hinge ... Full story

Mexico to sit out extension of OPEC+ oil output cuts

FILE PHOTO: Mexico's Energy Minister Rocio Nahle attends a news conference at the National Palace in Mexico City, Mexico, December 9, 2019. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido. MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico will not join other top oil producers in extending through July output cuts aimed at propping up the price of crude, Energy Minister Rocio Nahle said on Saturday. Made up of OPEC members and allies led by Russia, the group known as OPEC+ agreed in April ... Full story

Brazil reports 904 new coronavirus deaths in 24 hours: health ministry

Brothers Carlos Alexandre and Wagner Cardninot, attend the burial of their father, 76- year-old Jose Herminio de Farias, who died from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at the Sao Francisco Xavier cemetery in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil June 6, 2020. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares. SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazil reported an additional 904 coronavirus deaths and 27,075 new cases over the last 24 hours, data released by the health ministry showed late on ... Full story

Coronavirus 'a devastating blow for world economy'

The coronavirus pandemic is a "devastating blow" for the world economy, according to World Bank President David Malpass. Mr Malpass warned that billions of people would have their livelihoods affected by the pandemic. He said that the economic fallout could last for a decade. In May, Mr Malpass warned that 60 million people could be pushed into "extreme poverty" by the effects of coronavirus. The World Bank defines "extreme poverty" as living ... Full story

Paris returns to cafe life with new normal - BBC News

Image caption Cafe culture returned to Paris last Tuesday and the French capital rediscovered its joie de vivre. Fear isn't something 88-year-old Mathilde gives into easily. Sitting on the terrace of her local bistro in Paris, hours after it reopened this week, she sipped a fizzy drink, as the morning sunshine drew perspiration from her glass. "I've been waiting for this," she said. "To be surrounded by people, not to be alone anymore!". ... Full story

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