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· George Floyd protests: CNN reporter arrested live on air still not given a reason upon release →
While in custody, Mr Jimenez and his crew were not told the reason for their arrest nor given an apology.
· England 'risks Covid-19 surge' without test-and-trace safety net →
Prof Peter Horby has become the latest adviser to express his concerns, saying on Saturday that while thousands of people a day are still becoming infected with coronavirus, lockdown measures may be being eased too soon.
· Twitter’s fight with Trump is likely to be a long one – not just because the president likes to hold a grudge →
The tweet didn’t just criticise the protests, sparked by the death of unarmed black man George Floyd while being restrained by police, but included the line “when the looting starts, the shooting starts”.
· Kiplinger 'Most Reliable Dividend Stocks On Earth' June Update →
The top slots went to two of three in the energy sector: Exxon Mobil Corp. (XOM) , Enbridge Inc. , while a third member of this took the fifth slot, Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. .
· Police officer ‘fires pepper balls at journalist’ as George Floyd protests spread across US →
A journalist and her crew were shot with pepper balls by a police officer while broadcasting a live report on protests taking place in Louisville, Kentucky.
· Wife of officer charged with murder of George Floyd says she's divorcing him →
Hundreds of people rallied outside the White House, while in New York a police department van was engulfed in flames.
· It's been a big week in art ... with Jim Pavlidis →
The Essendon forward wanted to become Sydney’s new leading man, instead becoming Windy Hill’s Harlequin, the popular theatrical figure who, while being funny and energetic, ignores the wishes of his master while chasing love elsewhere.
· These vote by mail lawsuits could help decide presidential election →
Despite a perception that mail-in voting benefits Democrats, new research from the Institute for Economic Policy Research at Stanford University shows that while vote-by-mail does tend to increase overall voter turnout, it does not affect either party’s share of turnout.
· Dr Noor Hisham: Only 30 new Covid-19 cases recorded today, 10 are Malaysians →
Of the 27 local transmissions, 17 cases involve non-Malaysians, while only 10 cases are Malaysians,” Dr Noor Hisham said during his daily Covid-19 press briefing.
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· Before Floyd death, activists saw progress on police reforms →
While Nekima Levy Armstrong, a civil rights lawyer and former president of the Minneapolis NAACP, acknowledges that progress, she said that many old habits are still entrenched.