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Portland riot cops kneel in solidarity with protesters
Portland policeJune 1, 2020 ET
Clad in full riot gear, a squad of Portland officers gallantly took the knee in front of a demonstration over George Floyd’s death, garnering applause and creating an atmosphere of unity with the crowd.
Philippines to resume domestic flights on June 1
PhilippinesJune 1, 2020 ET
The Philippines will resume domestic travels beginning on June 1 as the country starts further loosening coronavirus lockdown in the capital Manila and some parts of the country, the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) said.
Explosion at Indian thermal power plant kills four workers
Neyveli Lignite CorporationJune 1, 2020 ET
A massive explosion at a Neyveli Lignite Corporation (NLC) owned thermal power plant in southern India on May 7 has taken the lives of four workers.
Historic St. John's Church near White House set on fire
St. John’s ChurchJune 1, 2020 ET
Multiple fires are blazing near the White House as a day of peaceful protests against police brutality escalated from tense standoffs with law enforcers into rioting and vandalism.
Year after fire, Notre Dame forecourt opens to public
Notre DameJune 1, 2020 ET
Notre-Dame de Paris opened its forecourt, the square in front, to the public Sunday afternoon, a little over a year after the church was nearly engulfed in flames.
Magnitude 5.3 earthquake jolts Japan
Ibaraki JapanJune 1, 2020 ET
A 5.3 magnitude earthquake struck Ibaraki Prefecture in Japan early Monday, the country\'s meteorological agency reported.
U.S. sends Brazil 2 million doses of hydroxychloroquine despite risks
hydroxychloroquineJune 1, 2020 ET
The United States has delivered 2 million doses of hydroxychloroquine to Brazil, the two governments announced on Sunday, days after the World Health Organization (WHO) halted the anti-malaria drug\'s clinical trials over safety concerns.
Antifa: Trump to designate group that fights against racism and white supremacism as terrorist
AntifaMay 31, 2020 ET
The United States will be designating left movement Antifa as a terrorist organization, President Donald Trump announced.
Police march alongside hundreds in New Jersey, North Dakota and Florida
Police in CamdenMay 31, 2020 ET
In Camden, N.J., police officers and the police chief on Saturday stood hand in hand with clergy, residents and local city leaders to peacefully march in solidarity with George Floyd.
Police arrest journalists in Minneapolis, Obama calls for justice for George Floyd
Arrested reportersMay 31, 2020 ET
Several journalists reporting on the protests in Minneapolis on Saturday were teargassed as police worked to impose an evening curfew.
Cargo ship sank in East China sea
Lian Hang 7May 31, 2020 ET
Cargo ship Lian Hang 7 ran aground some 10 nm E of Ningbo, China, East China sea, in the morning May 30, while en route from Fujian to Zhoushan.
Air India’s plane called back as team finds pilot is coronavirus positive
Air IndiaMay 31, 2020 ET
An Air India’s Delhi-Moscow Airbus A-320 Neo flight was forced to return midway after ground team realised that the pilot was coronavirus positive, Hindustan Times reported.
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