23:06 | 24/06/2020
Former President Obama raised fund to help Biden, Senate urges Pentagon to make UFO reports in public, seven states report highest coronavirus hospitalizations since pandemic began and Seattle mayor proposes $20 million cut in police spending are remarkable news today.
14:52 | 16/06/2020
It is expected that President Donald Trump will sign an executive order on Tuesday to establish a national certification system for law enforcement agencies and databases to better track uses of forces by police officers all over the nation.
Protests in America update: New York state approves to ban chokehold and others restrictions to cops
16:04 | 13/06/2020
New York state approves to ban chokehold and others restrictions to cops, President Donald Trump changes the date of Tulsa rally after controversial opinion, a New Jersey cop charged with assault after using pepper spray to people despite their unprovoked behavior and Seattle police want to return to the vacated precinct is remarkable news updated today.
17:37 | 12/06/2020
Protesters in Seattle are prevailing the police precinct, President Donald Trump warns against "falsely labeling" Americans racist and Oklahoma cop won't apologize for controversial saying about African Americans are remarkable news updated today.
14:13 | 11/06/2020
Former Minneapolis police officer Thomas Lane released on bond, George Floyd's brother calls on Congress to act over police violence, more cities ban chokeholds and Christopher Columbus statues toppled in Minnesota, beheaded in Boston, attacked in Richmond are remarkable news updated today.
Protests in America update: Bail set for Seattle man accused of shooting protester after driving into crowd
16:01 | 10/06/2020
San Francisco to aid victims of police violence, bail set for Seattle man accused of shooting protester after driving into crowd, Senate confirms first black air force chief, Biden calls for "racial justice" during emotional George Floyd funeral speech and an emergency police reform bill passed are remarkable news updated today.
11:19 | 09/06/2020
The New York Times' opinion editor James Bennet has resigned amid outrage over a piece by a Republican senator calling for military forces to be sent to cities where anti-racism protests had turned violent. His resignation comes after The Times admitted he had not read the controversial article.
08:51 | 09/06/2020
President Trump says no defunding, dismantling or disbanding of police, judge sets $1-$1.25 million bail for Derek Chauvin, peaceful protests continue across the US, thousands pay tribute to George Floyd at public viewing in Houston and investigate why rubber balls being used on protesters in New Orleans are remarkable news updated today.
17:38 | 07/06/2020
George Floyd, whose death during an arrest in Minneapolis last week sparked protests against institutionalized racism, had tested positive for the coronavirus weeks prior to his death.
07:39 | 05/06/2020
Floyd’s mourners stand for 8 minutes, 46 seconds, White House fencing will stay up until June 10, troops moving away from Washington, National Guard helicopter had orders to "deter" criminal activity in Washington, nearly 1,200 complaints have been made against San Jose police since protests began are remarkable news today in the US' protests and riots.
17:35 | 04/06/2020
Former President Barack Obama on Wednesday personally thanked protesters in the streets across the nation following the death of George Floyd, and urged young African Americans to "feel hopeful even as you may feel angry" because he feels change is coming.
Protests and riots in America update: All four former officers relating to George Floyd's death are in custody
13:07 | 04/06/2020
Six Atlanta police officers charged with excessive force, ex-defense chief Mattis denounced President Trump for heavy-handed use of military force, peaceful protesters are still out in Washington and some cities while curfew approaches, final autopsy report concluded George Floyd's death resulted from cardiopulmonary arrest and all four former officers relating to George Floyd's death are now in custody are remarkable news today.
10:12 | 04/06/2020
The on-going protest in the US following the death of George Floyd has been going rampant, causing considerable damages. Several Vietnamese dining establishments across the States have been destroyed and got burgled by groups of protesters, including the famous The Blind Goat restaurant of Mascherchef Season 3 winner Christine Ha.
11:21 | 03/06/2020
1,600 active duty troops were moved into the DC area, curfews in cities coast to coast, former President George W Bush calls for unity, Los Angeles Mayor says he's "proud" of peaceful protesters and thousands defy curfew for peaceful march in New York are remarkable updated news relating to protests and riots in the US today.
17:14 | 02/06/2020
What the Insurrection Act of 1807 gives Trump the power to use military to dominate protestors, FBI to investigate death of David McAtee, the US Police reinforced by National Guard troops and a brief look on Pride month are reamarkable news on June 2.
13:55 | 02/06/2020
The death of African-American George Floyd, a resident of Minneapolis, on May 25 sparked unrest across the US amid the coronavirus pandemic. In the midst of protests and destruction around the nation, a moving scene unfolded Sunday in some cities when some police officers knelt with protesters to express their solidarity with those speaking out against rampant racism and against police brutality.
07:27 | 02/06/2020
Protests and Riots in America update: President Donald Trump has been weighing options on protest response; Peaceful protesters just outside the White House...
05:54 | 02/06/2020
“Saigon Bay Vietnamese Restaurant” in Tampa, Florida was burned down on May 30 by rioters who were out protesting the death of George Floyd, a black man who died after he was pinned to the ground by a police officer. A Gofundme was set up on behalf of its owners.
16:31 | 01/06/2020
In Washington, DC, President Donald Trump was briefly taken to the underground bunker for a period of time due to protesters outside the White House over George Floyd's death.
11:35 | 01/06/2020
Driver arrested after a semitrailer speeds toward crowd of George Floyd protesters on Minneapolis bridge, Polk County declares emergency, curfew in place overnight, Minnesota attorney general to take over prosecution over George Floyd's death, Setting fire to Nashville's Historic Courthouse, are reamarkable news on June 1.
The project office of Zhishan Foundation Taiwan coordinated with the fund for children in north-central Nghe An province to award scholarships for students.
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