【Bri】【tai】【n h】【as 】【sai】【d m】【ask】【s w】【ill】【 be】【 co】【mpu】【lso】【ry 】【for】【 pa】【sse】【nge】【rs 】【on 】【bus】【es,】【 tr】【ain】【s, 】【air】【cra】【ft 】【and】【 fe】【rri】【es 】【in 】【Eng】【lan】【d f】【rom】【 Ju】【ne 】【15.】
（2）Brent Christensen, the top U.S. official in Taiwan, said the pact, known as the Framework to Strengthen Infrastructure Finance and Market Building Cooperation, would offer a platform to promote more resilient supply chains in the Indo-Pacific.
（3）【Bri】【tai】【n h】【as 】【bee】【n u】【nde】【r l】【ock】【dow】【n s】【inc】【e M】【arc】【h 2】【3, 】【and】【 po】【lic】【e h】【ave】【 be】【en 】【giv】【en 】【the】【 po】【wer】【 to】【 en】【for】【ce 】【soc】【ial】【 di】【sta】【nci】【ng 】【rul】【es.】【 On】【 Th】【urs】【day】【, t】【he 】【gov】【ern】【men】【t e】【xte】【nde】【d t】【hos】【e r】【est】【ric】【tio】【ns 】【for】【 an】【oth】【er 】【thr】【ee 】【wee】【ks 】【at 】【lea】【st.】
Britain has committed to reaching carbon neutral emissions by 2050, but some critics say the government has not taken the measures needed and are calling on ministers to embed net zero into their coronavirus recovery plans.：
（2）Branches of employers lobby group Confindustria representing the northern regions of Lombardy, Veneto, Piedmont and Emilia-Romagna, which account for 45% of Italy’s economic output, called on the government on Wednesday to set out a “roadmap” for a return to work.
（4）Brazil’s Congress approved in late March a monthly cash payment of 600 reais ($114) to informal workers who have lost their incomes, an emergency program that will cost the government 98 billion reais and benefit 54 million people.
（1）【BRAS】【ILIA】【 (Re】【uter】【s) -】【 The】【 off】【icia】【l Au】【gust】【 dat】【a on】【 the】【 num】【ber 】【of f】【ires】【 in 】【Braz】【il’s】【 Ama】【zon 】【need】【s to】【 be 】【corr】【ecte】【d an】【d wi】【ll l】【ikel】【y sh】【ow a】【n in】【crea】【se o】【ver 】【last】【 yea】【r, m】【eani】【ng t】【hat 】【blaz】【es s】【urge】【d to】【 a d】【ecad】【e hi】【gh, 】【a sc】【ient】【ist 】【resp】【onsi】【ble 】【for 】【the 】【figu】【res 】【told】【 Reu】【ters】【 on 】【Wedn】【esda】【y.】
（3）Bougainville’s 250,000 strong population has a median age of just 20, a demographic that’s likely bad news for the ex-combatants among the open field of 25 candidates vying for the top political office.
（4）Braga Netto said Brazil’s deaths-per-million-people figure was better than that of Belgium, Spain, the United Kingdom, Italy and France. As such, the Army general said he “was trying to convey a message of optimism in the management of the crisis.”
（5）Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, a far-right former army captain, has chafed at social distancing measures imposed by state governors and even his own health officials. He wants the economy restarted, arguing that extended shutdowns pose a greater risk than a disease he calls a “little cold.”