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LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's embassy in the United States has raised the issue of ongoing protests there with the U.S. administration, including the treatment of British journalists by police, a spokesman for Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Friday.
(Reuters) - The death of African American George Floyd in the United States, after a police officer pressed a knee into his neck while detaining him, has triggered worldwide protests against racism and brutality.
HONG KONG: Equities rallied again on Friday (June 5) on optimism over the easing of lockdown measures, massive stimulus and signs that the worst of the global economic downturn may be over.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Few jobs in sport come with as much pressure as the head coach of Australia's Olympic swimming programme, and Rohan Taylor knows full well that no matter what happens in the Tokyo pool next year the buck stops with him.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): Premier Li Keqiang reiterated on Thursday (June 4) China's commitment to bolstering international cooperation on the research and development of vaccines for Covid-19 and contributing to ensuring vaccine accessibility and affordability in developing countries.
(Reuters) - Frederick Baba, a managing director at Goldman Sachs who is black, sent the following email to colleagues at the bank on June 2:
(Reuters) - An email by a Goldman Sachs Group Inc
NEW YORK: The euro jumped to a 12-week high against the U.S. dollar on Thursday after the European Central Bank increased stimulus to shore up economies hurt by the coronavirus pandemic.
LONDON (Reuters) - Chelsea have agreed a deal in principle to sign Germany striker Timo Werner from Bundesliga club RB Leipzig, Sky Sports said on Thursday.
LONDON (Reuters) - The prize money for this month's Royal Ascot, which will be run without spectators from June 16-20, has been more than halved due to the COVID-19 pandemic.