Dozens of cities are bracing for another night of unrest as curfews failed to quell confrontations between protesters and police that embody a wave of outrage sweeping a politically and racially divided nation.
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Asia cautious as U.S. riots weigh on S&P futures
Asian share markets started on a cautious note and gold gained on Monday as images of riots in burning U.S. cities unnerved investors already tense over Washington's power struggle with Beijing.
China media, Hong Kong government bristle at Trump's pledge of curbs, sanctions
China's state media and the government of Hong Kong lashed out on Sunday at U.S. President Donald Trump's vow to end Hong Kong's special status if Beijing imposes new national security laws on the city, which is bracing for fresh protests.
Amazon's Jeff Bezos invests in UK digital freight forwarder Beacon
Amazon.com Inc Chief Executive Jeff Bezos has picked British startup Beacon, a digital freight forwarder, for his latest investment.
Queen Elizabeth back in the saddle as British lockdown eases
Britain's Queen Elizabeth was photographed riding a 14-year-old Fell pony in Windsor Home Park on Sunday as the country eases stringent measures to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Biden staff donate to group that pays bail in riot-torn Minneapolis
Campaign staff for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden are advertising their donations to a group that pays bail fees in Minneapolis after the city's police jailed people protesting the killing of a black man by a white police officer.
Artist Christo, known for wrapping exteriors of landmarks, dies at 84
Christo, the Bulgarian-born artist best known for his temporary installations based on wrapping the exteriors of landmark buildings, bridges and outdoor spaces, died on Sunday at age 84 of natural causes at his home in New York City.
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