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  • Wednesday June 3rd, 2020

MORNING NEWS BRIEF [JUNE 3, 2020]

MORNING NEWS BRIEF [JUNE 3, 2020]

MORNING NEWS BRIEF [JUNE 3, 2020] 150 150 Cambodia Development Center
HOT NEWS
  1. Moscow agreed with Trump’s claim that G7 is an outdated institution and does not represent what’s going on in the world, adding that it requires China’s participation to improve. Source: RT
  2. A wide range of donors have pledged $1.35bn to respond to humanitarian crisis and COVID-19 in Yemen, though it is less than the expected $2.14bn fundraising target. Source: Aljazeera
  3. Police and protesters in Paris clashed with each other over the death of a black man in police custody in 2016, triggered by the U.S. demonstrations against racism. Source: AFP
WORLD
  1. PM Boris Johnson said he would offer millions of visas for eligible Hong Kongers and a possibility to get UK citizenship if China keeps on insisting with its national security law. Source: CNA
  2. Top U.S. lawmaker has blamed China for demonstrating aggression over the China-India border disputes and urged them to use diplomacy measures as resolution. Source: RT
  3. African, Cuban, and Haitian migrants who were stuck in Honduras due to  the coronavirus border closure, started to walk northward, intended to reach the U.S. Source: Reuters
REGIONS
  1. The Philippines government said on Tuesday that they will maintain their long standing military ties with the U.S. that President Duterte, once claimed that it was unfair. Source: The New York Times
  2. A roadside bomb blasted a small truck killing at least seven Afghan civilians in Khan Abad, which the area was claimed to be under Taliban armed control. Source: Aljazeera
  3. The tension between the U.S. and China had left Japan and China soured, as Japan was caught up in the fight with the biggest trading and military partner, China. Source: Bloomberg
CAMBODIA
    1. MFAIC has questioned Vietnam ambassador Vu Quang Minh  over the setting of 31 tents by the soldiers  in   land  dispute while  both countries have yet made an agreement. Source: Khmer Times 
    2. SPM Hun Sen lashed out at Brad Adam that he remained silent over human rights in the U.S. after the police used force to crack down the protesters to protect the public order. Source: Khmer Times 
    3. Cambodia Airports unveiled the 20-year development and investment programs for the international airport in Sihanoukville, aimed to expand infrastructure and limit cargo traffic. Source: AKP

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