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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Prominent Democratic politicians on Friday embraced the cause of U.S. protesters angered by the death of a black man in Minneapolis police custody, adopting their slogans and announcing reforms as tensions remained high in major cities.
IPOH: A part-time lorry driver was charged at the Sessions Court here on Friday (June 5) with two counts of attempted murder for ramming two different road blocks and nearly killing three policemen in Simpang Pulai and Gopeng.
NAIROBI (Reuters) - Burundi's constitutional court has said last month's elections were flawless and upheld the victory of the ruling party's presidential candidate, dismissing a complaint brought by the vote's runner-up.
(Reuters) - Frederick Baba, a managing director at Goldman Sachs who is black, sent the following email to colleagues at the bank on June 2:
Game developer Infinity Ward announced plans on June 3 to squelch racism from Call Of Duty players.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Thursday said several days and nights of demonstrations in the state after the killing of George Floyd could accelerate the spread of the coronavirus, and urged protesters to get tested.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - American teenage tennis prodigy Coco Gauff appeared at a protest in her hometown of Delray Beach, Florida, on Wednesday, calling for racial and social justice after the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man killed in police custody in the U.S.
BERLIN (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel said the murder of George Floyd, the black man whose death in U.S. police custody set off a wave of protests, was a "very very terrible thing" and called for reconciliation.
BEUNOS AIRES (Reuters) - A new Amazon Prime Video series starting this week called "El Presidente" casts a satirical look at South American football’s dirty dealings through the eyes of deceased former Argentine football boss Julio Grondona.
(Reuters) - Long before the death of George Floyd last week, efforts to overhaul the way policing is done in Minneapolis repeatedly fizzled in the face of a powerful 800-member union that championed military-style police tactics.