· Four Minneapolis officers fired after death of black man →
“This abusive, excessive and inhumane use of force cost the life of a man who was being detained by the police for questioning about a non-violent charge.”
· Amy Cooper’s 911 call is part of an all-too-familiar pattern →
Soon after, a white Oakland woman became the subject of countless “BBQ Becky” memes after she called the police on a black family who were barbecuing in a park — the family were detained and questioned for an hour.
· Orthodox Jews arrested over wedding in Argentina →
Eight people were detained as they were preparing to celebrate an Orthodox Jewish wedding in Buenos Aires despite a lockdown, the local public prosecutor said on Tuesday.
· Rights Group: Satellite Images Show Myanmar Village Burning →
Human Rights Watch also said the military raided Let Kar in April last year and detained 27 men for interrogation about alleged links to the Arakan Army.
· 38 detained in Melaka for breaching CMCO rules to photograph lotus flowers →
Noorzainy said since the first day of Hari Raya until noon today, police had detained and issued compound to 101 people for violating the CMCO.
· ‘Please, I can’t breathe’: US police officer filmed with knee on neck of motionless man who later died →
A man has died after a Minneapolis police officer detained him by putting his knee on his neck, in an arrest captured on camera by a member of the public.
· What’s Changed in Kazakhstan’s New Protest Law? →
Kazakhstan’s police officers detain a protester during an opposition rally in Almaty, Kazakhstan, Saturday, Sept. 21, 2019.
· Nizamuddin Markaz: Delhi Police files before court chargesheet against 82 foreigners →
Some of them were sent to the centres a few days later after being detained from various mosques.
· Italy committee votes against fresh Salvini migrant trial →
ROME, May 26 — A special committee voted today against Italy’s far-right chief Matteo Salvini standing trial for allegedly illegally detaining migrants at sea, though the final decision rests with the Senate.