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Hospital administrators told a government watchdog they believe a shortage of protective equipment is putting patients and health care workers at risk of contracting coronavirus.

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Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot says police unions are "extraordinarily reluctant to embrace reform" — and that addressing police violence "really comes down to change in the culture."

“Real leaders know people are taking their cues from them, so they arrive like they’re marching into battle. This does not mean that leaders ignore or deny their own fears.”

Glasgow 'slaver' streets renamed by anti-racist campaigners

The treatment of black people in the United States is so horrific, literally the entire world is protesting it. People dealing with their own systems of injustice and abuse are taking time to protest this country’s treatment of black people. We are a pariah nation.

Saturday's Bay Area #BlackLivesMatter  actions went *big* At least 16,000 demonstrators rallied across the Bay Saturday. And roughly 40 publicly announced actions marched, chanted and protested as far south as San Jose and as far north as Petaluma.

Japan has refrained from joining countries including the U.S. and U.K. in coordinated criticism of China’s move to impose a national security law in Hong Kong, Kyodo reported

Singapore Airlines will focus on recovering from the coronavirus outbreak and doesn’t plan to cut jobs at the moment, reports say

India reported 9,971 new coronavirus cases Sunday in another biggest single-day spike, a day before it prepares to reopen shopping malls, hotels and religious places

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