Lately for Monday 5 August 2019
10:20 Responding with non-violence to US mass shootings
Over the weekend two mass shootings in the US were only 13 hours apart. A massacre on a busy Saturday morning in a Walmart in El Paso, Texas, killed 20 and injured at least 26, followed by a shooting in Dayton Ohio, in the early hours on Sunday morning killing nine people.
Professor Kevin Clements is the Chair and Foundation Director of The National Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies at the University of Otago. He speaks with Karyn Hay about President Trump and non-violent responses to violent extremism.
10:30 Cloudflare dumps 8chan
The US cyber-security firm Cloudflare says it will drop the online message board 8chan as a customer.
The man suspected of shooting dead 20 people in Texas yesterday is believed to have posted a four-page statement on 8chan 20 minutes before the attack.
Josh Taylor from The Guardian speaks with Karyn about Cloudflare's decision after the El Paso shooting.
10:40 Hong Kong's city-wide strike chaos
Hong Kong has been thrown into disarray by a general strike called by anti-government protesters.
For the past nine weeks protests have been going on in the territory, triggered by opposition to a planned extradition law and evolving into a wider movement for democratic reform.
The ABC's China correspondent, Bill Birtles, speaks with Karyn from Hong Kong.
10:50 Do It Yourself: Keeping bees
Our weekly series Do It Yourself: where we celebrate a new form of DIY.
Tonight Gary Fawcett from the Waitakere based-beekeeping company kiwimana talks about getting started and getting a good buzz going keeping bees.