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- The White House announced that it would delay the release of records relating to the assassination of former President John F. Kennedy due to issues relating to the COVID-19 pandemic. The statement indicated that the National Archives and Records Administration needed more time to consult with government agencies about what information should be redacted from released documents. The United States' top archivists told the White House that, "making these decisions is a matter that requires a professional, scholarly, and orderly process; not decisions or releases made in haste."
- The husband of a woman who has been detained in Iran for five years is beginning a second hunger strike in Whitehall, the seat of the U.K. government. British-Iranian aid worker Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has been held in Iran since 2016 on spying charges, and her husband is demanding action from the British government. Her husband, Richard Ratcliffe, had previously done a 15-day hunger strike in front of the Iranian embassy in London in 2019.
- Liverpool beat Manchester United 5-0 at Manchester's home pitch, Old Trafford, in a match that saw Mohamed Salah score a hat trick.
- Sixteen people were evacuated from a burning container ship bound for Vancouver. The boat caught fire late on Saturday off the Canadian coast; it was reported that the burning containers contained more than 52,000kg of chemicals, and the fire was expelling toxic gas.
- As the Port of Los Angeles works to clear the backlog of ships and shipping containers, neighborhoods near the port are finding themselves full of containers. One woman was unable to leave for work at 6:30 a.m. one day last week because a truck was blocking her driveway.
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