Haberlerde Violence

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acts of violence Şiddet eylemleri
domestic violence Aile içi şiddet
sexual violence Cinsel şiddet
violence against Karşı şiddet
violence against women Kadınlara karşı şiddet

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· The world watches America burn  
The world is watching the grief and anger, violence and pain in America's streets.
The New York Times
· ‘Everybody Will Second-Guess’: Liberal Mayors Navigate Protesters and Police  
President Trump on Monday night threatened to deploy the military if mayors do not “establish an overwhelming presence until the violence is quelled.” The careful calibration of liberal leaders, between projecting empathy for the protesters and denouncing property destruction and theft, shows their progressive ideals being put to a high-stakes practical test.
The Age
· What can a person do in eight minutes?  
Studies have shown that about 1000 people die from police violence each year in the United States.
The New York Times
· The George Floyd Protests Won't Stop Until Police Brutality Does  
Where they are not, police officers are often the target of that violence.
· Trump walks to historic St. John's Church outside White House as protests rage  
The big picture: The photo-op came moments after President Trump addressed the nation from the White House Rose Garden, where he threatened to deploy the U.S. military to stamp out riots and violence if state and local governments fail to do so.
The Guardian
· Ministers accused of not taking Covid-19 threat to BAME Britons seriously  
The source was quoted as saying there were concerns in Whitehall about the “close proximity to the current situation in America”, where protesters are demanding an end to police violence against black people.
The New York Times
· In Cities Battered by Protest, the Cleaning Crews Come Out  
A hallmark of recent days in America is that, in cities troubled by contagion, grief and now violence, people are coming out of the woodwork to clean.
The New York Times
· Trump Vowed to Disrupt Washington. Now He Faces Disruption in the Streets.  
“President Trump himself has tried to present himself as a fighter, but really he only fights for himself,” said Ms. Kapsides, who grew up in the Washington suburbs and wore a T-shirt bearing the likeness of Colin Kaepernick, the former National Football League quarterback who protested police violence against African-Americans by kneeling during pregame renditions of “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Many believe that his statement resulted in his blacklisting from the N.F.L., where he has not played since 2017.
The New York Times
· Matt Gaetz Tweet Gets Twitter Warning Label for Glorifying Violence  
OAKLAND, Calif. — Days after restricting one of President Trump’s posts from view for glorifying violence, Twitter went at it again.
· Officers fire tear gas on peaceful protesters to clear the way for Trump’s photo op  
Police violence preceded Trump’s first speech on the nationwide protests against police violence.