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which invalidated a Texas law that criminalized sex between two men, For more. Stephen Lam—Reuters The Watch," A parody rap song released in January illustrates some residents’ resentment of the private shuttles that tech workers get to ride for free: "Im on that Google bus / Hanging with the upper crust / I left my Porsche up at the condo with my poodle pups . High speed Wi-Fi lots of leg room / And the seats are plush" The question after Google’s latest move is whether the residents angry with tech companies will be assuaged by the donation Erin McElroy the director of the San Francisco Anti-Eviction Mapping Project who has organized protests against tech-company shuttles reacted coolly "Its a last-minute PR move on their part and theyre trying to use youth unfairly to create a better brand image in the city" she said "And its not actually costing them much money at all I dont think thats going to solve any of the wider problems or mitigate broader impacts" Write to Katy Steinmetz at [email protected]: The US military has renamed its Pacific Command to the US Indo-Pacific Command in a largely symbolic move signalling India’s growing importance to the Pentagon The Pacific Command has 375000 civilian and military personnel monitoring the greater Pacific region including India Representational Image Reuters The name change comes amid tensions with China which has been expanding its military activity in the region "In recognition of the increasing connectivity of the Indian and Pacific Oceans we rename the US Pacific Command to the US Indo-Pacific Command" Defence Secretary James Mattis said at a change-of-command ceremony in Hawaii on Wednesday "It is our primary combatant command it’s standing watch and intimately engaged with over half of the earth’s surface and its diverse populations from Hollywood to Bollywood from polar bears to penguins" he said "Relationships with our Pacific and Indian Ocean allies and partners have proven critical to maintaining regional stability" Mattis was cited as saying by the Hill magazine Admiral Phil Davidson took over the leadership of the US Pacific Command from outgoing commander Admiral Harry Harris at the ceremony Harris was earlier nominated by President Donald Trump as the next US Ambassador to South Korea The change does not mean more personnel will be sent to the region but instead recognises the increasing military importance of India as the the US works to assert regional dominance over China "We stand by our partners and support their sovereign decisions because all nations large and small are essential to the region if we are to sustain stability in ocean areas critical to peace" Mattis said In 2016 the US and India strengthened their military ties by signing an agreement to use each other’s bases for repairs and resupply Gaza:The Palestinians are ready for escalating popular protests on Monday in both the Gaza Strip and the West Bank Representational image Reuters The Palestinian protests on Monday will coincide with the 70th anniversary of Israel’s declaration of independence one day before the Palestinians’ Nakba Day or "Day of Catastrophe" reports Xinhua The event is also held to protest over the United States relocation of its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem which US President Donald Trump recognised as the capital of Israel last December The national commission of the protests in Gaza called for the largest-ever mass rallies dubbed "the day of passage" in eastern Gaza Strip close to the border with Israel On Sunday afternoon traffic across Gaza stopped for five minutes to announce the start of the largest activities in the six-week marches which began on 30 March and are scheduled to end on 15 May "Monday will be a historic day in the popular marches" the national commission was quoted as saying It also called on people in the Gaza Strip to organise a Palestinian march of one million participants to defy Israel’s 12-year blockade imposed on the coastal enclave The commission stressed the popular and peaceful essence of the marches and the Palestinians "will not retreat from achieving their goals of return and defying the siege" It called on the Gaza residents to be committed to the announced measures including closing public institutions universities as well as other daily services and heading to the border in eastern Gaza "The plane burned. was interviewed by police. otherwise she has to resign, he said. Fifty houses burnt.