Asian American attacks: Rallies, protesters against racially motivated violence witness widespread participation

Asian American attacks: Rallies, protesters against racially motivated violence witness widespread participation

Rallies and protesters have called for an end to anti-Asian violence, amid a spate of racially motivated attacks targeting Asians, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.
US News today: Trump administration sues former national security adviser

US News today: Trump administration sues former national security adviser

American people die of Covid-19 more than death of World War I, Trump administration sues to block book of John Bolton, the US raised voice in China and India disputes and the 75 year-old protester man shoved on ground in New York had fractured skull and cannot walk are remarkable news updated today.
Protests in America update: George Floyd's brother calls on Congress to act over police violence

Protests in America update: George Floyd's brother calls on Congress to act over police violence

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

Protests in America update: Bail set for Seattle man accused of shooting protester after driving into crowd

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.
Protests in America update: President Trump says no defunding or disbanding of police

Protests in America update: President Trump says no defunding or disbanding of police

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.
Protests and riots in America update: Choke holds banned for Minnesota police

Protests and riots in America update: Choke holds banned for Minnesota police

More than fifty police resign to support officers fired for shoving a 75 year old man, choke holds banned for Minnesota police, National Football League admitted doing wrong with police protests, Seattle has banned the use of teargas by police for 30 days are remarkable news of protest over George Floyd's death today.
Protests and riots in America update: Time to say goodbye to man whose death ignited racism matter

Protests and riots in America update: Time to say goodbye to man whose death ignited racism matter

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.
Protests and riots in America update: All four former officers relating to George Floyd's death are in custody

Protests and riots in America update: All four former officers relating to George Floyd's death are in custody

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.
Protests and riots in America update: 1,600 active duty troops were moved into the DC area

Protests and riots in America update: 1,600 active duty troops were moved into the DC area

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.
George Floyd death: US Policemen kneel to apologise; stand in solidarity with protesters

George Floyd death: US Policemen kneel to apologise; stand in solidarity with protesters

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.
US News Today: Setting fire to Nashville's Historic Courthouse

US News Today: Setting fire to Nashville's Historic Courthouse 2

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.
Memorial Day in the US, no-mask crows anywhere, 6 people shot-hurt as coronavirus deaths near 100,000

Memorial Day in the US, no-mask crows anywhere, 6 people shot-hurt as coronavirus deaths near 100,000

Health officials issue warnings after some revellers did not follow precautions while marking the beginning of summer. A lot of people flocked to beaches, but not a lot of social distancing or masks while six people were wounded Saturday in a Daytona Beach shooting as massive crowds gathered during Memorial Day weekend.
Tara Reade and Joe Biden's sexual assault and harassment - the story no end yet

Tara Reade and Joe Biden's sexual assault and harassment - the story no end yet

Tara Reade has accused Joe Biden of sexual assault and harassment when she was one of his Senate staffers in 1993, and called on him to drop out of 2020 race – as it happened on May 7 2020.
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Vietnam News Today (October 18): Vietnam records 3,175 new local Covid cases; Vietnam proposes Pfizer cooperate in Covid-19 treatment drug production; Torrential rains trigger flooding, disrupt life in central Vietnam; Vietnam holds potential for robot, AI development.
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British singers scored this year as BBC Radio 2 released a list of five Best-selling women singers, with Adele staying on top.
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Foreigners have been doing charitable work to help disadvantaged people cope with Covid-19 hardships, with some joining the frontline
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