SA Police won't tolerate another Black Lives Matter protest as 2000 set to attend AFLA court today heard the victim targeted by the man had bought a vehicle from one of the accused gang members on Facebook but issues had arisen over an outstanding payment and the car's odometer.After allegedly arranging a meeting, the victim was punched and ambushed by the gang, who had armed themselves with poles, a knife and a hammer, police say.Kohl’s, one of the US’s largest clothing retailers, cancelled millions of dollars worth of existing orders from Bangladeshi and Korean garment factories just weeks before paying out $109m (£85m) in dividends to shareholders, the Guardian can reveal.The company cancelled orders of clothing worth approximately $100m from Korea and $50m from Bangaldeshi factories after the Covid-19 pandemic struck, and refused petitions from suppliers asking for the option to renegotiate payments. The clothing companies say that Kohl’s announced its decision to cancel all orders it had already placed with its global suppliers in a conference call on 22 March. They say the US company acted unilaterally without consulting or negotiating with suppliers, some of which have been doing business with Kohl’s for more than 20 years. Kohl’s also furloughed 85,000 US staff and shuttered its 1,159 stores.On 1 April, Kohl’s, which is worth $2.16bn, paid out $109m in dividends to shareholders.Kohl’s did not respond to the Guardian’s request for comment.Rubana Huq, president of the Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA), said that similar actions by brands has already led to thousands of garment workers losing their jobs and factories closing. According to the BGMEA, up to 500,000 workers could lose their jobs in June if commitments to pay for ordered stock that was in production when the epidemic struck are not honoured.“Brands like Kohl’s say they care about workers, and use their big name to talk about ethical sourcing. But it is a lie,” said Kalpona Akter, the founder of the Bangladesh Centre for Worker Solidarity, a union organisation supporting garment workers. “They cancel orders and refuse to pay for orders produced. When we need them most, they turn their backs. They need to do the right thing. They need to pay their bills.”In a letter to Kohl’s executive board seen by the Guardian, the Korean Federation of Textile Industries has also appealed to Kohl’s to honour its existing agreement with suppliers and not use “force majeure” clauses in contracts to avoid paying for clothing already made and ready to ship.Kohl’s is a behemoth among department store retailers in the US. It has remained profitable in a time when competitors such as JC Penney and Sears have slipped into bankruptcy. Between 2017 and 2019, Kohl’s paid dividends to its shareholders worth $1.2bn. As well as buying from suppliers in Bangladesh and Korea, Kohl’s sources clothing from other countries including Haiti, Vietnam and India.Scott Nova from the Worker Rights Consortium (WRC), said that Kohl’s actions were tantamount to exploitation and exposed the huge power imbalance in the global garment supply chain “Kohl’s puts a grossly one-sided cancellation clause in its purchase agreements, allowing it to cancel, and refuse to pay [suppliers] when it decides to,” he said. “[The company] has refused to pay for apparel that it ordered and that workers have already made, but the company somehow found a $100m to reward shareholders. It’s hard not to think of these actions as nothing more than a form of robbery.”Bangladesh relies on the garment industry for more than 80% of its exports and its 4,000 factories employ 4 million people, many of whom are single mothers and young women. Known for its “fast fashion” turnout, Bangladesh has been badly hit by the economic fallout from Covid-19. Exports plummeted 84% in the first half of April, with $3.18bn-worth of orders cancelled or suspended.
The spread of coronavirus has halted international travel. India has launched the Vande Bharat Mission to bring back its citizens stranded in various nations.
Queensland home with baby inside targeted with Molotov cocktailAspects of BellTroX's hacking spree aimed at US targets are currently under investigation by US law enforcement, five people familiar with the matter told Reuters news agency. The US Department of Justice declined to comment.
In response to the protests, Minneapolis city council pledged to dismantle and restructure the city’s police department, and other cities are proposing reforms, infuriating some powerful police unions.
Nepali forces said they restored to firing after Indians were trying to cross the Indo-Nepal border. One injured has been taken away by Nepal police. Nepal's Armed Police Force (APF) Personnel at Narayanpur, Sarlahi border claimed that clashes erupted after a group of Indian nationals "forcefully" tried to enter Nepal via the border point.
Once the swap is done, the two sides have pledged to begin negotiations that could end nearly 19 years of war.
Ontario government halts child care fees amid COVID-19 crisis"Dead bodies are being put like this, what is this going on?' Justice Shah asked the states.怎么删除不是好友People enjoying ta mild start to winter in London Court in Perth last week.Perth is currently running at nearly four degrees above what's normal for this time of year, and a little less but still above average in Bunbury, running at over two degrees warmer. It's not just coastal warmth either, with Katanning and Bridgetown both running at about three degrees warmer than average so far in June.The weak front on the weekend, and the northerlies ahead of it, did enough to keep nights warm, with most areas in the southwest recording minima 6-8 degrees above the norm. This bumped up the average June minimum significantly.Above average days, and at-or-above average nights, are set to continue for southwest WA until Thursday under a similar weather pattern. A cold front is due later on Thursday, kicking out the winter warmth and bringing temperatures more suitable for this time of year on Friday.– Reported with WeatherzoneHere's the weather across Australia on Wednesday, June 10, 2020.Onshore winds are causing showers along parts of the NSW and Queensland coasts, far northeastern NT, far southwest WA and western Tasmania.A high is keeping elsewhere clear and calm, which will lead to a cold night in the interior and south with frost in parts of the southeast.Yesterday, this led to Melbourne's lowest recorded temperature this early in the year for more than three decades as temperatures plummeted across southeastern Australia on Tuesday morning.People out walking and running around Albert Park Lake on a cold Melbourne morning in June 2020.June long weekend weather and travel guideHeavy showers, cool in the northeast. Mostly cloudy, cool-to-cold in the southeast. Early frost/fog then mostly cloudy, cool-to-cold in the southwest. Early frost, mostly cloudy, cool-to-cold in the northwest.Showers will increase in Sydney, as the temperature climbs as high as 18, from a minimum of 13.Canberra will be cooler, with a chilly low of 1, and high of 15.VictoriaEarly frost/fog. Mostly sunny, cold in the southwest. Mostly cloudy, cool-to-cold in the southeast. Increasing sunshine, cool-to-cold in the northwest. Fog then sunny, cool-to-cold in the northeast.Frosts with temperatures down to 0 degrees are forecast for Wednesday morning in parts of the Mallee and Wimmera forecast districtsCity-dwellers will be spared the chill, with a low of 7 in mostly-sunny Melbourne, climbing to 16.Northern TerritoryMostly sunny, warm in the NW Top End. Showers clearing, mild-to-warm in Arnhem. Sunny, cool-to-mild over the interior and south.Darwin is mainly sunny today, topping the nation's capital cities with a high of 32.17:30 EST17:40 EST17:50 EST18:00 EST18:10 EST18:20 EST18:30 ESTQueenslandShowers, cool-to-mild in the southeast. Clearing showers, warm in the northeast. Sunny, cool-to-mild in the northwest. Mostly sunny, cool-to-cold in the southwest.There's a strong wind warning for the Peninsula Coast and Cooktown Coast up until midnight tonight.There will be showers in Brisbane, and the mercury will climb from a mild 16 up to 24.<figure>South AustraliaEarly frost. Mostly sunny, cold in the southeast. Sunny, cool-to-cold in central. Sunny, cool-to-mild in the west and north.There's a frost warning, with temperatures forecast down to -1 for Mid North, Riverland, Murraylands, Upper South East and Lower South East forecast districts.In addition to this, temperatures at ground level can be many degrees lower than those recorded by standard weather stations, especially in calm conditions with clear skies.But Adelaide will still be sunny, with a high of 15.17:10 EST17:20 EST17:30 EST17:40 EST17:50 EST18:00 EST18:10 ESTTasmaniaShowers, cold in the southwest. Windy on the highlands. Mostly cloudy, cold in the southeast. Mostly cloudy, cool-to-cold in the north.There's a strong wind warning for Tasmania's South East Coast, South West Coast and Central West Coast today.Hobart will be cloudy, with a low of 6 and a high of 14.Western AustraliaMostly cloudy, cool-to-mild in the southwest and south. Sunny, mild in the northwest. Mostly sunny, warm in the northeast.Perth, though mostly cloudy, will continue its balmy start to this year's winter, with a low of 6 and a high of 24.A new coronavirus that emerged in China late last year has spread to at least 188 countries on six continents, with the World Health Organization (WHO) declaring the outbreak of the pathogen a pandemic.
Studying the data, she found that much of the energy released on that day – the largest day of protest in American history – was channeled back into local communities and their congressional races. The result was that Democrats took back the House in 2018 in the so-called “Blue Wave”.怎么删除不是好友"Two unidentified terrorists killed. Search is going on. Further details shall follow," police said in a brief statement.
The report said that visiting US government officials met with minority community representatives, parliamentarians, human rights activists, and members of the federal cabinet to highlight concerns regarding the treatment of religious minority communities, the application of blasphemy laws, and other forms of discrimination on the basis of religion. But still, no coercing action has been taken.