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· Hong Kong courts groan under weight of protest trials →
Nearly 9,000 people have been arrested since the often violent protests kicked off last June with 1,600 proceeding to trial so far, according to police.
The New York Times
· UConn Student Wanted in 2 Homicides is Caught in Maryland →
Mr. Manfredonia, 23, had been a fugitive since Friday, when the college senior fled Connecticut after a series of violent crimes, the authorities said.
The New York Times
· How White Women Use Themselves as Instruments of Terror →
As Dr. Edwards noted, Mississippi’s James Vardaman, arguably one of the most violent racist politicians in American history, and that’s quite a feat, said in 1903, “a vote for Vardaman is a vote for white supremacy, a vote for the quelling of the arrogant spirit that has been aroused in the blacks by Roosevelt and his henchmen, … a vote for the safety of the home and the protection of our women and children.” Vardaman, who once famously said, “If it is necessary, every Negro in the state will be lynched,” won election and became governor of Mississippi.
· Looting erupts during Minneapolis protests over black man's killing by white police officer →
But why every time do the protesters turn violent, burn things and then steal the property of others as part of it?
· 'A blow to autonomy': China's planned Hong Kong security law →
Even with the bill suspended, the demonstrations continued with increasing intensity over the summer as protesters and police clashed on the streets in clouds of tear gas and volleys of bricks, rubber bullets and petrol bombs that culminated in a violent siege of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University in November.
· Romina Ashrafi: outcry in Iran over so-called 'honour killing' of 14-year-old girl →
Police let teenager who ran away be taken back home by father despite her fears he would be violent
· Baumgartner double puts Hoffenheim back in European mix →
The 20-year-old Baumgartner scored early in the first half with Hoffenheim in control and Cologne down to 10 men after 26 minutes when Sebastiaan Bornauw was sent off with a red card for a violent challenge.
· Star Bulk Carriers Corp. (SBLK) CEO Petros Pappas on Q1 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
One note here is that for the second quarter given that there was a violent move in the prices of the fuels, we expect that there may be a seat in the TCEs, even effectively the fact that the TCE numbers that we report are being reported on a first in first out method versus the numbers that we have laid out there that are basically calculated on the base of the current market prices.
· ‘Make the rich pay for Covid-19’: Effigies of Dominic Cummings and Sir Richard Branson hung from Salford bridge →
Violent imagery denounced by deputy mayor
· Pedophiles are disrupting Zoom sessions. The FBI wants your help in finding them →
“The FBI considers this activity to be a violent crime, as every time child sexual abuse material is viewed, the depicted child is revictimized,” the notice says.