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Trump Just Threatened to Use the U.S. Military Against Americans - vice

Trump Just Threatened to Use the U.S. Military Against Americans

Trump’s plan involves invoking a two century-old law known as the Insurrection Act, which allows the president to deploy troops inside the country.
vice - 9 minutes ago
A White Bar Owner Shot and Killed a Young Black Protester. The DA Just Declined to Charge Him. - vice

A White Bar Owner Shot and Killed a Young Black Protester. The DA Just Declined to Charge Him.

"We watched a video where anybody else would have gotten charged with something," the black man's lawyer said.
vice - 1 hour ago
A White Man From Illinois Allegedly Brought Bombs to Start a Riot at the Minneapolis George Floyd Protest - vice

A White Man From Illinois Allegedly Brought Bombs to Start a Riot at the Minneapolis George Floyd Protest

The arrest offers some support to local officials' claims that outside agitators may be partially responsible for violence in Minneapolis.
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Bellingcat’s (race) war against RT: Russians didn’t kill George Floyd, but are STILL BAD, say internet ‘sleuths’ - rt

Bellingcat’s (race) war against RT: Russians didn’t kill George Floyd, but are STILL BAD, say internet ‘sleuths’

Bellingcat, the UK-based enablers of Western narratives in Syria and Ukraine now fueling US race riots, selectively translated a satirical post from Russian social media shared by RT’s editor in chief to get her “canceled.”
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Cops Didn’t Have Their Body Cameras On When They Shot and Killed a Black Man During Louisville’s Protests - vice

Cops Didn’t Have Their Body Cameras On When They Shot and Killed a Black Man During Louisville’s Protests

The chief of police was immediately fired.
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Independent Autopsy Says George Floyd

Independent Autopsy Says George Floyd's Death Was a 'Homicide' Due to Asphyxiation

“The cause of death, in my opinion, is asphyxia due to compression of the neck," Dr. Michael Baden said.
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Two women killed inside house as man is arrested for murder - metro

Two women killed inside house as man is arrested for murder

Emergency services were called to a road in Salisbury at 2.45pm today.
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Classical music concerts without audiences streamed live - channel 4

Classical music concerts without audiences streamed live

Today the award-winning pianist Stephen Huff was allowed in to lift the lockdown in the first of a series of live concerts. 
channel 4 - 4 hours ago
May 2020 sunniest month on record - channel 4

May 2020 sunniest month on record

The Met Office has just confirmed that last month was not just the sunniest May on record, it was the sunniest month on record.
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London Mayor calls for extension to Brexit transition phase - channel 4

London Mayor calls for extension to Brexit transition phase

The Mayor of London has written to the Prime Minister asking for an extension to the Brexit transition phase, which is due to finish at the end of the year. 
channel 4 - 4 hours ago
Gravediggers in Brazil cannot keep up with Covid-19 deaths as virus spreads in favelas - channel 4

Gravediggers in Brazil cannot keep up with Covid-19 deaths as virus spreads in favelas

An escalating death toll and soaring infection rates have made Brazil one of the most virus-affected countries in the world.
channel 4 - 4 hours ago
Some vulnerable people can go outside for first time in 10 weeks - channel 4

Some vulnerable people can go outside for first time in 10 weeks

People in England and Wales who have been forced to shield themselves from any social contact because of medical conditions were told they could go outdoors again today.
channel 4 - 4 hours ago
Back to school for some children in England - channel 4

Back to school for some children in England

After weeks of lessons at home, the school doors opened again for children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 6. 
channel 4 - 4 hours ago
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Watch This 'Miracle' COVID Patient Leave the Hospital After 29 Days on a Ventilator

People on Rudy Corletto’s care team attributed his remarkable recovery to an experimental treatment.
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‘This is not a matter of people that are coming to cause disturbance for the sake of it – people are hurting and we need our government to be accountable’ – Representative Charles Booker - channel 4

‘This is not a matter of people that are coming to cause disturbance for the sake of it – people are hurting and we need our government to be accountable’ – Representative Charles Booker

Joining me is Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee and Kentucky House Representative Charles Booker.
channel 4 - 4 hours ago
Unrest in US cities provides sobering history lesson - channel 4

Unrest in US cities provides sobering history lesson

The pictures we are seeing are America in 2020. But they are also America 1968, after Martin Luther King Jr was assassinated.
channel 4 - 4 hours ago
Trump calls for crackdown as disorder spreads across US after George Floyd death - channel 4

Trump calls for crackdown as disorder spreads across US after George Floyd death

Donald Trump has insisted that state governors must crack down harder and “dominate and arrest” protestors to regain control of the demonstrations engulfing cities across the US. 
channel 4 - 4 hours ago
‘Tombstoners’ who jumped 200ft dragged to shore by hero paddle boarder - metro

‘Tombstoners’ who jumped 200ft dragged to shore by hero paddle boarder

A paddle border and care worker saved the lives of two swimmers who leapt 200ft off Durdle Door.
metro - 5 hours ago
Driving Through Crowds and Firing on Porches: Cops Across the Country Were Out of Control This Weekend - vice

Driving Through Crowds and Firing on Porches: Cops Across the Country Were Out of Control This Weekend

Video footage showed cops tear gassing peaceful protesters, pepper spraying people, beating and shoving people, and even driving vehicles into them.
vice - 5 hours ago
George Floyd’s killing touches a nerve with Africans who know police brutality at home and abroad - quartz

George Floyd’s killing touches a nerve with Africans who know police brutality at home and abroad

In protesting George Floyd's murder, young Africans are also drawing painful parallels with events back home.
quartz - 5 hours ago
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‘Low-risk’ businesses in Iran will start operating within a week, Rouhani says

‘Low-risk’ businesses in Iran will start operating within a week, Rouhani says

rt - 1 month ago

Some commerce and industries in Iran will likely be able to resume activities in a weeks time, President Hassan Rouhani has announced, signaling that the Islamic Republic has survived the worst of the Covid-19 pandemic.

“Under the supervision of the Health Ministry, all those low-risk economic activities will resume from Saturday,” Rouhani said in a televised meeting.

He added that two-thirds of Iranian government employees will work from their offices starting next weekend, adding that the easing of anti-coronavirus measures does not conflict with the country’s health advisories.

Businesses deemed “high-risk” for Covid-19, as well as most of the education sector, will not resume operations until the end of April, Rouhani said.

Iran has suffered nearly 3,500 deaths from the pandemic, and has registered more than 19,700 confirmed cases, according to Johns Hopkins University.

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