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Teacher accused of premeditated violation of the constitution, reportedly involving asking questions such as ‘what is freedom of speech’

Teacher accused of premeditated violation of the constitution, reportedly involving asking questions such as ‘what is freedom of speech’

The Guardian |  2020-10-06 | Fuente original

Spain's ailing economy could become another headache for the eurozone

Fears rise for the Mediterranean country as a second wave threatens more devastation

The Telegraph |  2020-10-06 | Fuente original

Premier Oil and Chrysaor to merge

The companies plan to create ‘the largest independent oil and gas company on the London Stock Exchange’, focused on the North Sea

The Telegraph |  2020-10-06 | Fuente original

Parliament: Changi drops from 7th to 58th on busiest airport list, now serving 1.5% of usual passenger volume

Transport Minister Ong Ye Kung said in Parliament that global travel restrictions have caused a "deep crisis" for Changi Airport Group and national carrier Singapore Airlines.

The Straits Times |  2020-10-06 | Fuente original

Parliament: Changi Airport to set up dedicated Covid-19 testing lab; breathalyser tests among rapid test kits being trialled

With the coronavirus set to persist for some time, the emerging international practice is to test travellers before they board a plane, Transport Minister Ong Ye Kung said.

The Straits Times |  2020-10-06 | Fuente original

JPMorgan Probe Revived by Regulators’ Data Mining

Investigators probing whether traders at JPMorgan Chase rigged silver prices seven years ago decided there was no case to bring. Last week, the same agency hammered the megabank with a $920 million fine.

The Wall Street Journal |  2020-10-06 | Fuente original

The Covid Economy Carves Deep Divide Between Haves and Have-Nots

The comeback since the start of the pandemic is kind to those who can work from home, to firms serving them and to regions hospitable to them. Left behind are the less-educated, old-line businesses and areas dependent on tourism. Rising wealth coincides with lines at food banks.

The Wall Street Journal |  2020-10-06 | Fuente original