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The Justice Department's surprising decision to drop all charges
against Donald Trump's  เว็บบาคาร่าออนไลน์ former national security adviser has set
off a cascade of accusations and counter-accusations. And at the
centre of it are the present and previous presidents.Michael Flynn
was forced to resign early in the Trump presidency for lying to Vice
President Mike Pence about his contacts with Russian government officials.
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He had also pleaded guilty to lying to FBI agents investigating
ties between Russia and the Trump campaign.After years of legal
wrangling, however, the  สล็อตฟรีเครดิต2020 former three-star general is now a free man.
What are Trump and Obama saying?Obama has largely held his tongue
about the actions of his successor but on Friday in a call to 3,000
former aides and officials that was leaked to the media, he let loose.
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"There is no precedent that anybody can find for someone who has been
charged with perjury just getting off scot-free," he said. "That's the
kind of stuff where you begin to get worried that basic - not just
institutional norms - but our basic understanding of rule of law is at risk."
Trump, who has never been shy about criticising - or blaming - his
predecessor, responded with a flurry of social media posts and retweets
on Sunday, accusing Obama and his aides of engaging in a criminal effort
to undermine his presidency

32
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has called for
an "all-out effort" to end rising racism linked to the
coronavirus pandemic."The pandemic continues to unleash
a tsunami of hate and xenophobia, scapegoating and
scaremongering," Guterres said on Friday."Anti-foreigner
sentiment has surged online and in the streets. Anti-Semitic
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conspiracy theories have spread and Covid-19-related anti
Muslim attacks have occurred."Additionally, "journalists
whistleblowers, health professionals, aid workers and
human rights defenders are being targeted simply for doing
their jobs," he said. He appealed for "an all-out effort to
end hate speech globally," and called on "the media, especially
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social media companies, to do much more to flag and... remov
racist, misogynist and other harmful content."Bangladesh opens
mosques as lockdown eases Mass prayers at mosques are now
allowed in Bangladesh, which has more than 12,000 Covid-19
cases and nearly 200 deaths But a correspondent at The Dhaka
Tribune newspaper found that many mosques in the capital, Dhaka,
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did not follow the required guidelines as they opened
their doors for the first time on Thursday after a month.
Most failed to arrange a hand sanitising station for visitors
to use before entering and many people were not wearing masks
the newspaper reported.  เว็บดูผลบอลสด  There are some shortcomings in the
arrangements according to the guidelines, as it is the first
day," Fazlul Haque, president of one of the mosques in the city

33
US President Donald Trump has confirmed the White House
coronavirus task force will be winding down, with Vice-
President Mike Pence suggesting it could be disbanded
within weeks."We are bringing our country back," Mr Trump
said during a visit to a mask-manufacturing factory in Arizona.
New confirmed infections per day in the US currently top 20,000
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and daily deaths exceed 1,000.US health officials warn the
virus may spread as businesses begin to reopen.The US currently
has 1.2 million confirmed coronavirus infections and more than
70,000 related deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University in
Baltimore, Maryland, which is tracking the pandemic.What did
President Trump say?During a visit to the plant in Phoenix after
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weeks holed up at the White House, Mr Trump told journalists
"Mike Pence and the task force have done a great job, but we'
re now looking at a little bit of a different form, and that
form is safety and opening. And we'll have a different group
probably set up for tha The president - who wore safety goggles
but no face mask during his tour of the facility - was asked if
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it was "mission accomplished", and he said: "No, not at all.
The mission accomplished is when it's over."Critics have
accused the president of sacrificing Americans' public health
in his eagerness to reopen the US economy ahead of his re-
election battle in November Acknowledging a human cost to
the plans, Mr  เว็บดูผลบอลสด Trump told reporters: "I'm not saying anything

34
US President Donald Trump has confirmed the White House
coronavirus task force will be winding down, with Vice-
President Mike Pence suggesting it could be disbanded
within weeks."We are bringing our country back," Mr Trump
said during a visit to a mask-manufacturing factory in Arizona.
New confirmed infections per day in the US currently top 20,000
เว็บบาคาร่าออนไลน์
and daily deaths exceed 1,000.US health officials warn the
virus may spread as businesses begin to reopen.The US currently
has 1.2 million confirmed coronavirus infections and more than
70,000 related deaths, according to Johns Hopkins University in
Baltimore, Maryland, which is tracking the pandemic.What did
President Trump say?During a visit to the plant in Phoenix after
บาคาร่าขั้นต่ำ20
weeks holed up at the White House, Mr Trump told journalists
"Mike Pence and the task force have done a great job, but we'
re now looking at a little bit of a different form, and that
form is safety and opening. And we'll have a different group
probably set up for tha The president - who wore safety goggles
but no face mask during his tour of the facility - was asked if
สล็อตฟรีเครดิต2020  เว็บดูผลบอลสด

it was "mission accomplished", and he said: "No, not at all.
The mission accomplished is when it's over."Critics have
accused the president of sacrificing Americans' public health
in his eagerness to reopen the US economy ahead of his re-
election battle in November Acknowledging a human cost to
the plans, Mr Trump told reporters: "I'm not saying anything

35
US COVID-19 News: The US FDA yesterday (4th April 2020) retracted
an earlier approval that allowed scores of COVID-19 antibody blood
tests kits to hit the market without first providing proof that they
worked.The US regulators said it took the action because some sellers
have made false claims about the tests and their accuracy. All manufacturers
or distributors will now have to show their tests kits work or risk
having them banned from the market.The US FDA in March initially
เว็บบาคาร่าออนไลน์  บาคาร่าขั้นต่ำ20
allowed companies to begin selling tests as it was under pressure
to increase testing options. The US FDA stipulated that as long as
these companies notified the agency of their plans and provided
disclaimers, including that they were not FDA approved., it was ok.
The policy was intended to allow "flexibility" needed to quickly
ramp up production.Dr Anand Shah, an FDA deputy commissioner, said
"However, flexibility never meant we would allow fraud. We unfortunately
สล็อตฟรีเครดิต2020  เว็บดูผลบอลสด
see unscrupulous actors marketing fraudulent test kits and using the
pandemic as an opportunity to take advantage of Americans."Antibody
blood tests are different from the nasal swab tests currently used
to diagnose active COVID-19 infections. Instead, the tests look for
blood proteins called antibodies, which the body produces days or
weeks after fighting an infection. Most use a finger-prick of blood
on a test strip.The newly revised policy follows weeks of criticism
from doctors, lab specialists and members of Congress who said the FDA's
 lack of oversight created a Wild West of unregulated tests.

36

US COVID-19 News: The US FDA yesterday (4th April 2020) retracted
an earlier approval that allowed scores of COVID-19 antibody blood
tests kits to hit the market without first providing proof that they
worked.The US regulators said it took the action because some sellers
have made false claims about the tests and their accuracy. All manufacturers
or distributors will now have to show their tests kits work or risk
having them banned from the market.The US FDA in March initially
เว็บบาคาร่าออนไลน์  บาคาร่าขั้นต่ำ20
allowed companies to begin selling tests as it was under pressure
to increase testing options. The US FDA stipulated that as long as
these companies notified the agency of their plans and provided
disclaimers, including that they were not FDA approved., it was ok.
The policy was intended to allow "flexibility" needed to quickly
ramp up production.Dr Anand Shah, an FDA deputy commissioner, said
"However, flexibility never meant we would allow fraud. We unfortunately
สล็อตฟรีเครดิต2020  เว็บดูผลบอลสด
see unscrupulous actors marketing fraudulent test kits and using the
pandemic as an opportunity to take advantage of Americans."Antibody
blood tests are different from the nasal swab tests currently used
to diagnose active COVID-19 infections. Instead, the tests look for
blood proteins called antibodies, which the body produces days or
weeks after fighting an infection. Most use a finger-prick of blood
on a test strip.The newly revised policy follows weeks of criticism
from doctors, lab specialists and members of Congress who said the FDA's
 lack of oversight created a Wild West of unregulated tests.
 

37
US President Donald Trump has warned that as many
as 100,000 people could die of coronavirus in the US.
Speaking at a two-hour virtual "town hall", Mr Trump
also denied that his administration had acted too slowly.
More than 67,000 people have already died with Covid-19
in the US.But Mr Trump expressed optimism about the development
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of a vaccine, saying one would be ready by the end of this
year - although public health experts believe it will take
12 to 18 months.I think we're going to have a vaccine by the
end of the year," he told Fox News. "The doctors would say
well you shouldn't say that. I'll say what I think... I think
we'll a vaccine sooner rather than later."Among the experts
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to disagree with this optimistic estimate are Dr Anthony
Fauci, the US's top infectious disease expert, and England's
Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty.Dr Fauci has previously
said a vaccine will take up to 18 months to develop, while
Professor Whitty said last month that the chances of having
an effective vaccine or other treatment within the next year
สล็อตฟรีเครดิต2020
were "incredibly small".The town hall - or community meeting
featuring viewers' questions - was intended to relaunch his
presidential campaign in lieu of rallies.President Trump also
rejected claims that his administration had failed to act quickly
enough at the start of the outbreak, saying: "We did the right thing."

38
General Discussion / Coronavirus: Spain makes masks compulsory
« on: May 02, 2020, 11:21:53 pm »
Masks will be compulsory on public transport in Spain from
Monday as the country moves to gradually relax its tough lockdown.
Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said the government would distribute
6m masks, mainly at transport locations, and give another 7m to
local authorities.Adults in Spain were able to exercise outdoors
on Saturday for the first time in seven weeks.The lockdown was
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eased for children under 14 a week ago.Lockdowns in other European
countries are also being eased, though social distancing remains in
force. Some countries require mask-wearing in shops and on public transport.
Italy has Europe's highest death toll from coronavirus, closely followed
by the UK and then Spain (though experts caution that countries do not
record death figures in exactly the same way).The UK's figures show
สล็อตฟรีเครดิต2020  เว็บดูผลบอลสด
hundreds of people are still falling victim to Covid-19 every day
on Saturday the deaths of a further 621 people were announced.Both
France and Italy recorded fewer than 200 deaths in a 24-hour period.
Italy announced another 474 deaths on Saturday, a larger number than
in recent days, but according to La Repubblica that figure includes
282 deaths outside of hospitals in April which were not included in
earlier figures.

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Masks will be compulsory on public transport in Spain from
Monday as the country moves to gradually relax its tough lockdown.
Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez said the government would distribute
6m masks, mainly at transport locations, and give another 7m to
local authorities.Adults in Spain were able to exercise outdoors
on Saturday for the first time in seven weeks.The lockdown was
ทางเข้าW88  บาคาร่าขั้นต่ำ20
eased for children under 14 a week ago.Lockdowns in other European
countries are also being eased, though social distancing remains in
force. Some countries require mask-wearing in shops and on public transport.
Italy has Europe's highest death toll from coronavirus, closely followed
by the UK and then Spain (though experts caution that countries do not
record death figures in exactly the same way).The UK's figures show
สล็อตฟรีเครดิต2020  เว็บดูผลบอลสด
hundreds of people are still falling victim to Covid-19 every day
on Saturday the deaths of a further 621 people were announced.Both
France and Italy recorded fewer than 200 deaths in a 24-hour period.
Italy announced another 474 deaths on Saturday, a larger number than
in recent days, but according to La Repubblica that figure includes
282 deaths outside of hospitals in April which were not included in
earlier figures.

40

Kim Jong-un has appeared in public for the first time
in 20 days, North Korean state media says.KCNA news agency
reports that the North Korean leader cut the ribbon at the
opening of a fertiliser factory.It adds that people at the
factory "broke into thunderous cheers of hurrah" when he
appeared on Friday.The reported appearance - his first
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since an event on state media on 12 April - comes amid
global speculation over his health.The latest reports from
North Korean media could not be independently confirmed.
State media later released images that it said showed Mr
Kim cutting a ribbon outside a factory.Asked about Mr Kim's
reported reappearance, US President Donald Trump told reporters
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that he didn't want to comment yet.What does the state media
report say?According to Korean Central News Agency (KCNA), Mr
Kim was accompanied by several senior North Korean officials,
including his sister Kim Yo Jong.The North Korean leader cut a
ribbon at a ceremony at the plant, in a region north of Pyongyang,
and people who were attending the event "burst into thunderous cheers
สล็อตฟรีเครดิต2020
of 'hurrah!' for the Supreme Leader who is commanding the all-people
general march for accomplishing the great cause of prosperity", KCNA
says.Mr Kim said he was satisfied with the factory's production system
and praised it for contributing to the progress of the country's chemical
industry and food production, the state news agency adds.What started
speculation about his health?Speculation about Mr Kim's health began after

41
There are concerns about a severe inflammatory symptoms
in children that could be linked to coronavirus.So what
does this mean for how we understand the risks of coronavirus
in young people?What were the concerns?An urgent alert was
issued to GPs after several children presented with symptoms
similar to Kawasaki disease - a potentially fatal syndrome
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that affects blood vessels - including a high temperature
low blood pressure, a rash and difficulty breathing.The
syndrome appeared to be similar to the over-active immune
response, known as a "cytokine storm", seen in adults with
Covid-19. In many cases it seems it's the body's immune
response rather than the virus itself that proves life-
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threatening.But these symptoms identified in children are
rare events - known to affect about 20 children so far -
and not all of them tested positive for Covid-19.It remains
the case that, overall, older people are at higher risk from
coronavirus. It's far rarer for children to have severe
symptoms.Although extremely rare, there have been a small
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number cases of children who have become very ill and died
The risk at different ages The average age of people being
admitted to critical care units in England, Wales and Northern
Ireland was 60 as of 24 April, an audit by a research charity
suggested.Meanwhile, data from the US's Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention (CDC) suggested over 65s were twice

42
In these times, the sight of a public gathering of hundreds
of people mostly without face masks is alarming.But that is
what happened at a demonstration against the shutdown measures
in Washington State."We believe that the state governor has
gone beyond his constitutional authority in shutting down
businesses and ordering people to stay at home," organiser
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Tyler Miller says from the grounds of the state capitol.In
mid-March, Washington Governor Jay Inslee announced an emergency
proclamation mirroring many issued around the world; closing
restaurants and bars and banning large gatherings.But protesters
say that was unconstitutional."The state constitution says that
the right of the people to peaceably assemble shall never be
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abridged. We believe that the (emergency coronavirus) proclamations
that the governor here ordered violate that," Mr Miller says.Mr
Miller said he was not protesting against the recommendations from
the public health bodies and respected the need to 'flatten the curve'.
"I even self-quarantined for 14 days back at the very beginning of
this myself, when I had an illness that mirrored some of the symptoms
สล็อตออนไลน์ฟรีรูปแบบใหม่
" he says."The fact I am protesting does not mean I think it is a
good idea to have gatherings, I just believe that the government
has no authority to prohibit them."Throughout the crisis, Mr Miller
has also been able to continue his work as an engineering technician
with the US Navy.He says the thing that has angered him is what he
feels is an un-American overreach of power by the Democratic governor.

43
General Discussion / Coronavirus: Italy's PM outlines
« on: April 26, 2020, 11:54:08 pm »
Italy has outlined plans to ease the strict restrictions imposed
seven weeks ago to curb the spread of the coronavirus as it recorded
its lowest daily death toll since mid-March.Prime Minister Giuseppe
Conte said curbs would be relaxed from 4 May, with people being allowed
to visit their relatives in small numbers, in masks.Parks will reopen
but schools will not restart classes until September.Other countries
ทางเข้าหลักW88 เว็บแทงบาคาร่า20

like Switzerland and Spain are also relaxing their measures.Italy
recorded 260 new virus-related deaths on Sunday, the lowest daily
figure since 14 March. The total is now at 26,644, Europe's highest
official toll.The country has confirmed 197,675 cases of the virus
according to data from Johns Hopkins University, which is tracking
the disease globally.The number of cases has been falling, and
สล็อตออนไลน์ฟรีรูปแบบใหม่
authorities now believe the contagion rate - the amount of people
each person with the virus infects - is low enough to justify a
cautious easing of curbs.What has been announced?Speaking on television
Mr Conte outlined how the country would begin "Phase Two" of lifting
its coronavirus lockdown. The measures include:People will be allowed
to move around their own regions - but not between different regions

44

Italy has outlined plans to ease the strict restrictions imposed
seven weeks ago to curb the spread of the coronavirus as it recorded
its lowest daily death toll since mid-March.Prime Minister Giuseppe
Conte said curbs would be relaxed from 4 May, with people being allowed
to visit their relatives in small numbers, in masks.Parks will reopen
but schools will not restart classes until September.Other countries
ทางเข้าหลักW88  เว็บแทงบาคาร่า20
like Switzerland and Spain are also relaxing their measures.Italy
recorded 260 new virus-related deaths on Sunday, the lowest daily
figure since 14 March. The total is now at 26,644, Europe's highest
official toll.The country has confirmed 197,675 cases of the virus
according to data from Johns Hopkins University, which is tracking
the disease globally.The number of cases has been falling, and
สล็อตออนไลน์ฟรีรูปแบบใหม่
authorities now believe the contagion rate - the amount of people
each person with the virus infects - is low enough to justify a
cautious easing of curbs.What has been announced?Speaking on television
Mr Conte outlined how the country would begin "Phase Two" of lifting
its coronavirus lockdown. The measures include:People will be allowed
to move around their own regions - but not between different regions

45
More than 200,000 people worldwide have now died with the coronavirus
figures from Johns Hopkins University show.There are more than 2.8 million
confirmed cases of Covid-19, according to the tally.It comes after the number
of fatalities in the US passed 50,000, as Americans endure the world's deadliest
outbreak.Chinese state media reported the first known death linked to the virus
on 11 January. More than 210 countries and territories have since reported cases.
ทางเข้าหลักW88  เว็บแทงบาคาร่า20
Five countries have now reported death tolls above 20,000 although the way
fatalities are counted varies widely.The US, Italy and Spain have seen the
highest number of reported fatalities. The UK's Department of Health announced
on Saturday that more than 20,000 people had now died with coronavirus in UK hospitals.
Home Secretary Priti Patel described the figure as a "tragic and terrible milestone
and said "the entire nation is grieving".As the UK's daily data does not include
สล็อตออนไลน์ฟรีรูปแบบใหม่  ดูหนังMasteพากย์ไทย
people who die at home or in nursing homes, the true figure is certain to be higher.
France, which does include deaths in care homes in its statistics, said its toll had
risen by 369 on Saturday.There have been 22,614 virus deaths in France since the start
of March, but health officials say the mortality rate in hospitals is falling, and the
number of people in intensive care has dropped for the seventeenth consecutive day.
The World Health Organization (WHO) says patients who have recovered from the virus

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