The China Post
· The Latest: L.A., S.F. under citywide curfews overnight →
San Francisco Mayor London Breed has declared a citywide curfew as violent protests rage throughout the city in the aftermath of George Floyd’s death.
· Out on the 'microbeats' where police hope to reclaim London's streets from gangs →
The scruffy strip of shops that lines London Road outside West Croydon station is the most notorious MB in the south London borough, itself one of the metropolis’s most violent by far.
· Tracing the lost London venues that helped launch Amy Winehouse, Hendrix and punk →
In that song, Paul Weller et al recalled violent clashes between the venue’s regulars, the staff and a gang of neo-Nazi skinheads.
The China Post
· Police cars burn, windows shatter as protests roil New York →
They’re repeated violent terrorist offenses and people need to stop killing black people.
· 'Die in the streets like cockroaches': The truth behind Rio's record year of police killings →
But an analysis of four dozen police killings in the violent Rio district where Rodrigo was killed shows that officers routinely gun down people without restraint, protected by their bosses and the knowledge that even if they are investigated for illegal killings, it will not keep them from going back out onto the beat.
The Japan Times
· Without evidence, officials in U.S. blame differing groups of ‘outsiders’ for violence →
Police officers across the country were gearing up Saturday for another night of potentially violent clashes in major cities.
· Joe Biden issues late-night statement as American cities engulfed by violence →
Former Vice President Joe Biden responded to the string of violent protests consuming the U.S. following the police killing of George Floyd, calling for protesters to stop the violence.
· Police use tear gas and rubber bullets in clashes with protesters around the country →
At least 25 cities imposed curfews to try to keep protests, some of which became violent, off the streets.
· 9-year-old boy joins Las Vegas protest to 'Stand up for Floyd' →
A number of states, including Minnesota, Texas, Tennessee, Colorado and Utah, have mobilized National Guard units to help control violent protests.
· Curfews across the US as George Floyd riots, protests spread →
- In Philadelphia, at least 13 officers were injured when peaceful protests turned violent and at least four police vehicles were set on fire.