Minneapolis bus drivers are refusing to help police transport protesters to jailAs tensions between police and protesters in Minneapolis reached a boiling point following the death of George Floyd, the city bus drivers have made it abundantly clear which side they on. The driver union, ATU Local 1005, issued a statement of solidarity on Thursday, with some of its drivers going as far as to refuse to use their buses to help law enforcement transport protesters to jail. Embassy in Beijing said in a travel advisory on Friday.
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I was one of them. Just thinking out loud as I sift thru (sic) a few photos. Wishing everyone a great day (and decade!).. Bulldogs lock Haydon Hodge scored three tries to send Goulburn to the top of the ladder after the opening fortnight of the season. But it was the performance of halfback Nicholas Cornish that was among the most stirring after his brother was taken out of the contest. “Nicholas has really come on in leaps and bounds this year, he had a year last year when he was really still working out his game and working out what was best for him,” Kyle said.
“I want to share that I have tested positive for COVID 19,” Ewing, who spent most of his Hall of Fame career as a Knick, said Friday in a statement released by Georgetown University, his alma mater, where he is the basketball coach. “This virus is serious and should not be taken lightly. I want to encourage everyone to stay safe and take care of yourselves and your loved ones.”We are reminded that just because you are famous, you are not granted a hall pass.