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they should not be asked to move on American citizens." Ms Bowser has requested the withdrawal of all federal law enforcement officers and National
Guard troops from the city, saying their presence is "unnecessary". One 35-year-old protester, Eric Wood, told the BBC: "I'm here because I really couldn'
t afford not to be here. Racism has long been a part of the US." Crystal Ballinger, 46, said she felt hopeful about the movement this time.
"I feel something different about this protest... I'm hopeful that the message of solidarity and equality is getting out."
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Many of the city curfews imposed after initial unrest have now been lifted. With restrictions eased, arrests have plummeted.
However, late on Saturday police in Portland, Oregon, declared an "unlawful assembly and civil disturbance" after projectiles
were thrown at officers near the Justice Center. Seattle police also said projectiles had been thrown and several officers were hurt by "improvised explosives".

Earlier in New York, crowds crossed the Brooklyn Bridge, while in San Francisco demonstrators briefly shut the Golden Gate Bridge.
In Chicago, about 30,000 people rallied in Union Park, and a Hollywood intersection was blocked by protesters in Los Angeles.
And in Richmond, Virginia, a statue of a Confederate general was pulled down from its pedestal.
There we re also protests in Atlanta and Philadelphia, where crowds chanted, "We need justice, we need love".
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Meanwhile, the top editor of the Philadelphia Inquirer resigned after publishing a headline that equated property damage to
the deaths of black people, which prompted public condemnation from many of the newspaper's staff.
Stan Wischnowski apologised for what he described as a "horribly wrong" decision to use the headline "Buildings Matter Too"
on an article about civil unrest in the US. In Buffalo, two policemen were charged with second-degree assault after they
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General Discussion / v
« on: June 07, 2020, 04:50:10 am »
Huge peaceful rallies have taken place across the US against racism and police brutality on the 12th day of protests sparked by the death of George Floyd.
Tens of thousands of people marched in Washington DC, in the city's largest protest so far. Security forces blocked any approach to the White House.
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Crowds also demonstrated in New York, Chicago, LA and San Francisco. Meanwhile, people paid their respects to Mr Floyd in North Carolina, where he was born,
before a memorial service. Mr Floyd, an unarmed black man, died in police custody in Minneapolis on 25 May. Video showed a white police officer kneeling
on his neck for almost nine minutes while he is pinned to the floor. Officer Derek Chauvin has been dismissed and charged with murder. Three other
officers who were at the scene have also been sacked and charged with aiding and abetting.
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Large anti-racism protests also took place in a number of other countries. In the UK, Parliament Square in central London was
filled with people despite calls by the government to avoid mass gatherings for fear of spreading the coronavirus.
In Australia, there were major protests in the cities of Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane that focused on the treatment of indigenous Australians.
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There were also demonstrations in France, Germany and Spain. What happened at the protests?
The largest appeared to be in Washington DC, where protesters - many of them carrying placards saying "Black Lives Matter"
- gathered peacefully near the Capitol, the Lincoln Memorial and outside Lafayette Park, next to the White House, at the newly renamed

 Black Lives Matter Plaza. Mayor Muriel Bowser welcomed people, saying the crowds had sent a message to President Donald Trump. On Monday,
federal law enforcement officers fired tear gas to clear a protest in the area ahead of a visit to a church by the president.
"If he can take over Washington DC, he can come for any state, and none of us will be safe," she said. "Our soldiers should not be treated that way,

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It points to recent research that people can be highly infectious in the few days before they show symptoms and that some people catch the virus but never show
symptoms at all, as I reported last weekend. So where distancing is not possible, such as on public transport and in locations as varied as shops and refugee camps,
it is suggested that faces are covered with homemade masks to avoid passing on the infection.Over 60s with underlying health conditions should go further, the WHO said, and wear medical-grade masks to give themselves better protection.
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What are the latest key developments globally In the UK, the government announced on Frida  that hospital visitors and out-patients would be required to wear face coverings, and that hospital staff would have to wear medical masks, even if they were not in a clinical setting.
The guidance will come into force on 15 June, as more businesses open up and more pupils return to school. Also on Friday the UK became the second country to
\record more than 40,000 coronavirus-related deaths, after the US. n Brazil, President Jair Bolsonaro threatened to pull the country out of the WHO
unless it ceases to be a "partisan political organization". The leader, who had initially dismissed the virus as a "little flu", has been critical of
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the lockdown policies recommended by the agency to tackle the spread of the disease. Last week, US President Donald Trump said he would end ties with
the WHO, saying it had failed to hold China - where the outbreak begun - to account over coronavirus. Brazil has reported 35,026 deaths related to
the virus, the third-highest toll worldwide, and 645,771 confirmed cases. The numbers are thought to be much higher due to insufficient testing. Meawhile,
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the Bolsonaro government has stopped releasing the total number of fatalities and infections, reporting only the rise in 24 hours. The change has fuelled
long-running criticism that the government is attempting to bury information as the crisis escalates.
In other developments around the world:The EU commissioner for home affairs said member states should reopen their internal borders by end of June

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The World Health Organization (WHO) has changed its advice on face masks, saying they should be worn in public to help stop the spread of coronavirus.
The global body said new information showed they could provide "a barrier for potentially infectious droplets".
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Some countries around the world already recommend or mandate the wearing of face coverings in public.
The WHO had previously argued there was not enough evidence to say that healthy people should wear masks.
Dr Maria Van Kerkhove, the WHO's technical lead expert on Covid-19, told Reuters news agency the recommendation was for people to wear a "fabric mask
- that is, a non-medical mask" in areas where there is a risk of transmission of the disease. The new rules for face coverings in England explained

The mystery of asymptomatic 'silent spreaders' Tracking the global outbreak
The organisation had always advised that medical face masks should be worn by people who are sick and those caring for them.
Globally, there have been 6.7 million confirmed coronavirus cases and nearly 400,000 deaths since the outbreak began late last year,
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according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University. What is the WHO's advic The organisation said its new guidance had been prompted
by studies over recent =weeks. "We are advising governments to encourage that the general public wear a mask," Dr Van Kerkhove said.
At the same time, the WHO stressed that face masks were just one of a range of tools that could be used to reduce the risk of transmission -

and that they should not give people a false sense of protection. "Masks on their own will not protect you from Covid-19," said WHO Director-General
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus. This is a big shift in the WHO's guidance on when the public should cover their faces. For months, the organisation's
experts stuck to the line that masks would encourage a false sense of security and would deprive medical professionals of badly needed protective equipment.
Those arguments have not gone away but at the same time the WHO acknowledges that new evidence has emerged on the risks of transmission.
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allowing President Donald Trump to walk to a nearby church for a photo opportunity. In response to this on Thursday, civil rights group
the America Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit, accusing the president, the attorney general and others of violating the constitutional rights of protesters.
"When the nation's top law enforcement officer becomes complicit in the tactics of an autocrat, it chills protected speech for all of us,
" said ACLU official Scott Michelman, quoted by Reuters. In a separate development, police in Arizona released details of the killing of
another African American, Dion Johnson, in Phoenix on 25 May, the same day as Floyd. Johnson was shot dead by state troopers after being
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found "passed out in the driver's seat" of a car which was partially blocking traffic, a police statement said.
"During the trooper's contact with the suspect, there was a struggle and the trooper fired his service weapon striking the suspect," police said.
The statement was only released after Johnson's family was offered audio of the police dispatch and transportation department video of the incident.
What do the videos show? The Buffalo video shows a 75-year-old man approach police officers enforcing a curfew. They then move forward,
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pushing him back and causing him to fall over and hit his head. As he lies on the ground, blood is seen pouring from his ear.
The man was taken away in an ambulance and was later found to have suffered a severe head injury.
An initial statement from Buffalo Police Department said the man had "tripped" and fallen during a "skirmish involving protesters", compounding

outrage at the incident on social media. Police spokesman Jeff Rinaldo later attributed the statement to officers not directly involved in the
incident, adding that when the video had emerged the two policemen who pushed the demonstrator had been suspended without pay
On the same evening, a delivery driver in New York City was arrested 27 minutes after the city's curfew had started, despite being a key worker exempt from the curfew.
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And in the Williamsburg area of the city, police were filmed charging demonstrators, throwing at least one person to the ground.
Other videos showed a man lying on the ground bleeding from the head, and being arrested

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Several videos of police brutality have emerged during protests over the death of African American George Floyd.
In Buffalo, New York State, two officers were suspended after they were seen shoving an elderly white man to the ground.
And in New York City, police were captured on video roughly handling demonstrators as they ran away.
The reports come hours after a memorial for Floyd in Minneapolis, the city where he died at the hands of police.
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His killing, also captured on video, has caused outrage and sparked a wave of protests against racial discrimination and police
treatment of African Americans in cities across the US and the world. The vast majority of demonstrations over the past eight days        ผลบอลสด7m
have been peaceful but some have descended into violence and rioting, with curfews imposed in a number of cities.
At one protest, security forces in Washington DC fired pepper balls and smoke bombs to disperse demonstrators outside the White House,

allowing President Donald Trump to walk to a nearby church for a photo opportunity. In response to this on Thursday, civil rights group
the America Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit, accusing the president, the attorney general and others of violating the constitutional rights of protesters.
"When the nation's top law enforcement officer becomes complicit in the tactics of an autocrat, it chills protected speech for all of us,
" said ACLU official Scott Michelman, quoted by Reuters. In a separate development, police in Arizona released details of the killing of
another African American, Dion Johnson, in Phoenix on 25 May, the same day as Floyd. Johnson was shot dead by state troopers after being
               แทงบอลออนไลน์
found "passed out in the driver's seat" of a car which was partially blocking traffic, a police statement said.
"During the trooper's contact with the suspect, there was a struggle and the trooper fired his service weapon striking the suspect," police said.
The statement was only released after Johnson's family was offered audio of the police dispatch and transportation department video of the incident.
What do the videos show? The Buffalo video shows a 75-year-old man approach police officers enforcing a curfew. They then move forward,

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produces acrylic fabric in the northern city of Ludhiana. He says he is unable to bring operations back to optimal capacity.
“I haven’t even received payments for goods sent back in January and February. It is very difficult to ask dealers for money, because they
themselves haven’t had any sales.” But expenses have shot up due to compliance costs such as disinfectants, sanitisers, thermometers and masks for workers.
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The exodus of migrant workers from cities during the lockdown has also meant severe labour shortages for some businesses.
At a construction site in the capital Delhi, where one of the country’s largest real estate firms, Raheja Developers, is erecting a residential building,
the labour strength has dropped by 40% since the pandemic hit India. “This is still a better situation than other construction sites around Delhi and Gurgaon,

as we are among the few companies that have labour on payroll as opposed to daily wages,” says executive director Nayan Raheja.
But he says this will cause delays, and extend the project’s timeline. Bleak months ahead
None of this bodes well for a quick recovery, especially for an economy that was already reeling from a slowdown.
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India’s economy grew at 4.2% in the 2019-20 financial year - its slowest pace in nearly a decade - according to data released by the government last week.
For the first three months of this year, which overlapped with the first week of the lockdown, the country’s GDP expanded by a measly 3.1% - partially the
result of businesses closing. But economists predict a further slide downward - India’s GDP for the 2020-21 financial year is likely to contract between -7% to

0%, the worst technical recession since the 1970s. While the easing of restrictions will lead to a recovery, they expect it will take up to three months
for economic activity to reach even half the level it was at before the outbreak. Meanwhile, the rising number of Covid-19 cases has put Prime Minister
Narendra Modi’s government in a Catch 22-like situation. “Increased economic activity will come at the inevitable cost of elevated risk of higher infection rate,
" says Sonal Verma, an analyst at Nomura Global Research. And most economists have been disappointed by the government’s economic response. India’s
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India is gradually unlocking its economy after a shutdown that lasted more than two months. But it's unlikely to be business as usual for millions of retailers, small enterprises and factories, writes the BBC's Nikhil Inamdar.
By all accounts, reversing the disruption caused by India's lockdown will be a long haul - and the price businesses, especially small firms, have paid is just starting to become clear.
“At least 20% of neighbourhood mobile shops that sell smartphones may never reopen again,” says Arvinder Khurana, president of India's mobile retailers association.
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\The reasons are many, he adds - on the one hand, owners have fled the cities and are yet to return, and on the other, with job losses mounting and banks averse to offering consumer loans, there is no demand for high-end phones.
According to India's retail association, sales of non-essential items - such as clothes, electronics, furniture - fell by 80% in May. Even sales of essential goods - such as groceries and medicines - dipped by 40%.
The near future looks uncertain as infections rise - India has recorded nearly 200,000 cases so far, with several record single-day spikes in the last week.
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But the government is yet to announce uniform procedures for businesses that are reopening - so sales are expected to slide further down, even as high-street shops, malls and other commercial markets are scheduled to reopen next week.
Not all businesses were closed during the lockdown - those deemed essential, from agro products to power, food supply to healthcare - continued operating. And more businesses have been allowed to reopen since early May.
But they are all bogged down by low demand, falling exports, labour shortages and new rules of operation requiring social distancing and other safety measures
to curb the pandemic. In a recent interview, the CEO of one of the world’s leading motorcycle manufacturers, also said there isn’t enough clarity from the government.
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"I am not seeing that smooth, concerted, rhythmic movement towards unlocking," says Rajiv Bajaj, managing director of Bajaj Auto.
Why is India reopening amid a spike in cases? India's bailout may not be enough to save economy
Covid-19 plunges Indians' study abroad dreams into turmoil Trouble ahead for India's fight against infections

Mr Bajaj, a vociferous critic of the lockdown, was speaking to India’s opposition leader, Rahul Gandhi. "An aligned approach is required... I am really
distressed because it is a Herculean task to open up,” he told Mr Gandhi. And the effect on production is evident in India’s manufacturing data,
which contracted for the second month in a row. “Production is down by 50% and demand is very weak,” says Kshitij Ghai, who owns a textile mill that

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General Discussion / Has the law been used before?
« on: June 03, 2020, 02:59:47 am »
US laws, or when citizens' rights are threatened. The law was passed in 1807 to allow the president to call out a militia to protect against "hostile incursions
of the Indians" - and it was subsequently extended to allow for the use of the US military in domestic disturbances and to protect civil rights.
Another law passed in 1878 requires congressional authorisation for domestic military use, but a legal expert told the BBC that the Insurrection Act was
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sufficient legal authority on its own for the president to deploy the army. It is widely accepted that the president would have legal grounds to employ the
 military without asking for approval from the states in the current circumstances. "The key point", says Robert Chesney, a University of Texas law professor,
"is that it is the president's determination to make; the governors do not have to request his help."

Has the law been used before? According to the Congressional Research Service, the Insurrection Act has been used dozens of times in the past,
although not for almost three decades. It was last invoked in 1992 by former US President George HW Bush during race riots in Los Angeles.
The law was used throughout the 1950s and 60s during the civil rights era by three different presidents, including when there were objections from state governors.
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President Dwight Eisenhower faced objections when he used the law in 1957 to send US troops to Arkansas to control a protest at a school,
where black and white children were being taught together. Since the end of the 1960s, the use of the law has been rare. Congress amended it in 2006
 following Hurricane Katrina in an attempt to make military assistance more effective, but the amendment was repealed after state governors objected to it.
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As protests spread across the US, President Trump has threatened to send in the army to end the unrest.
Mr Trump said he would send in the military if cities and states failed to solve the problem.
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But some state governors have said the government does not have the power to send in federal troops without the permission of the state authorities.
Can the president deploy troops? In short, yes under certain circumstances.
there are already thousands of troops deployed from the National Guard, which is the reserve force for the US Army.

They're in more than 20 states across the US trying to quell protests, but these forces have been requested by the cities or states themselves.
However, a US law passed in the 19th Century lays out circumstances when the government in Washington DC can intervene without state authorisation.
The Insurrection Act says the approval of governors isn't required when the president determines the situation in a state makes it impossible to enforce

US laws, or when citizens' rights are threatened. The law was passed in 1807 to allow the president to call out a militia to protect against "hostile incursions
of the Indians" - and it was subsequently extended to allow for the use of the US military in domestic disturbances and to protect civil rights.
Another law passed in 1878 requires congressional authorisation for domestic military use, but a legal expert told the BBC that the Insurrection Act was   
        ดูหนังออนไลน์HD

sufficient legal authority on its own for the president to deploy the army. It is widely accepted that the president would have legal grounds to employ the
 military without asking for approval from the states in the current circumstances. "The key point", says Robert Chesney, a University of Texas law professor,   
            ผลบอลสด7m
"is that it is the president's determination to make; the governors do not have to request his help."

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and we had good air flow and so we had an excellent evening. (We're) just excited to be back in low-Earth orbit again."
Nasa Administrator Jim Bridenstine congratulated the duo on a job well done: "The whole world saw this mission and we are so, so proud of everything you've done
for our country and, in fact, to inspire the world." SpaceX flew a first demonstration of its new crew vehicle last year, but that had only a dummy aboard.
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This sortie is the first to carry humans. Hurley's and Behnken's job on the mission is to test all onboard systems and to give their feedback to engineers.
SpaceX and Nasa need a clean crewed demonstration so they can move swiftly to the next phase of the company's $2.6bn (£2.1bn) contract, which will encompass
six astronaut "taxi" flights, with the first of these likely to occur at the end of August.
Hurley's and Behnken's arrival at the ISS means they get to claim a Stars and Stripes flag placed on the platform by the members of the very last space shuttle

mission in 2011. The Atlantis orbiter's crew left this flag as an incentive to all those that came after them. The flag, which also flew on the very first shuttle
flight in 1981, will now be returned to Earth to be given to the mission that next goes beyond Earth orbit.
Earlier, Hurley and Behnken named their Dragon ship in the time-honoured tradition of US spacefarers. They called it "Endeavour", in part to celebrate the
new course being set by Nasa and its commercial partners, but also to acknowledge the past contribution to American space efforts by Shuttle Endeavour,
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on which both Hurley and Behnken served in the late 2000s. It's somewhat uncertain how long Hurley and Behnken will stay at the ISS, but perhaps as much
as four months. In that time, they will become members of the current ISS Expedition 63 crew, taking part in the platform's everyday science and maintenance activities.
Chris Cassidy joked that because his new crewmates arrived on a Sunday, they had missed the cleaning chores that normally take place on a Saturday.
"We'll catch up next weekend," the commander said.

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US astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken have docked with, and entered, the International Space Station (ISS).
Their Dragon capsule - supplied and operated by the private SpaceX company - attached to the bow section of the orbiting lab 422km above China.
After a wait for leak, pressure and temperature checks, the pair disembarked to join the Russian and American crew already on the ISS.
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Hurley and Behnken launched from Florida on Saturday.
Theirs is the first crew outing launched from American soil since the retirement of the US space agency (Nasa) shuttles nine years ago
The mission marks the beginning of a new era in which Nasa will be purchasing transport services from the commercial sector. No more will
it own and operate the American vehicles that run to and from the station. This will be done exclusively by firms such as SpaceX of Hawthorne,

California, which is led by tech billionaire Elon Musk. Confirmation of the Dragon's attachment at the ISS came at 14:16 GMT (15:16 BST) on Sunday,
19 hours after leaving the Kennedy Space Center atop a Falcon rocket also provided by SpaceX.
The docking was a fully automated process; Hurley and Behnken had no need to get involved - although they had practised some manual flying on approach.
The doors between Dragon and the ISS were opened at 17:02 GMT (18:02 BST). When Hurley and Behnken floated through, they were met by ISS Commander and
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In Chicago, protesters threw stones at riot officers, who responded by launching tear gas canisters. Several people were arrested on Saturday.
Police in Los Angeles fired rubber bullets as they tried to disperse crowds who threw bottles and set fire to their squad cars. Images later showed people standing on police vehicles that had been damaged.
For the second day running, a large crowd converged on the White House in Washington, DC.
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In Atlanta, Georgia, where buildings were vandalised on Friday, a state of emergency was declared for some areas to protect people and property.
Thousands of people also marched through the streets of Minneapolis, New York, Miami, Atlanta and Philadelphia
Overnight curfews have been now been declared in Minneapolis, Atlanta, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Portland and Louisville - among other cities.

However, protesters in several cities continue to defy the curfews and widespread looting has been taking place.
In Minnesota, hundreds of troops from the National Guard - a reserve military force that can be called on by the US president or state governors
to intervene in domestic emergencies - were brought in late on Friday. The president denounced the actions of "looters and anarchists",
accusing them of dishonouring the memory of Mr Floyd. What was needed, he said, was "healing not hatred, justice not chaos".         
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Curfews have been ordered in cities across the US in an attempt to stem the violent clashes between protesters and police over the death of
George Floyd.Widespread demonstrations have taken place, with riot police using tear gas and rubber bullets after their vehicles were set
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alight in several cities. President Donald Trump blamed "looters and anarchists" for the violence.
Mr Floyd, a 46-year-old African American, was killed while in police custody in Minneapolis on Monday.
Former policeman Derek Chauvin, 44 and white, has been charged with his murder and is due to appear in court on Monday.

In footage that went viral online, Mr Chauvin can be seen kneeling on Mr Floyd's neck for several minutes. Mr Floyd repeatedly
says that he is unable to breathe What's the latest on the protests?
Large demonstrations have taken place in at least 30 cities across the US.
                 
In Chicago, protesters threw stones at riot officers, who responded by launching tear gas canisters. Several people were arrested on Saturday.
Police in Los Angeles fired rubber bullets as they tried to disperse crowds who threw bottles and set fire to their squad cars. Images later showed people standing on police vehicles that had been damaged.
For the second day running, a large crowd converged on the White House in Washington, DC.
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Rocket company SpaceX will make a second attempt in the coming hours to get Nasa astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken into orbit.
Their flight to the International Space Station (ISS) on Wednesday was postponed because of poor weather at Florida's Kennedy Space Center.
Saturday's forecast is not brilliant. The meteorologists say conditions will probably be touch and go again.
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The lift-off is scheduled for 15:22 EDT (19:22 GMT; 20:22 BST).
There's huge focus on Hurley's and Behnken's mission because it will mark the first time that the United States has been able to launch its
astronauts to the ISS since the retirement of Nasa's space shuttles in 2011. It will also be the first occasion that the US space agency

has used a private company to transport one of its crews to orbit. But people were wrong if they thought this attention added to the pressure
to get the astronauts off the ground, said Nasa Administrator Jim Bridenstine. "We will launch when we are ready," he told reporters.
"I'll tell you, the President (Donald Trump) and the Vice President (Mike Pence) were proud of the Nasa team and the SpaceX team for making
the right call for the right reasons (on Wednesday)." For skywatchers in the UK, the Saturday flight is less favourable for catching sight of

the capsule coming overhead. The first pass following lift-off comes when conditions are too light (just after 20:40 BST). The second pass,
at around 22:15 BST, is better, but the vehicle will be very low on the horizon in the southwest.
The first launch attempt in the week was scrubbed just 16 minutes before the designated launch time. There had been much electrical activity
in the air throughout the day, and controllers concluded it wouldn't be prudent to proceed with the flight.
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At the moment of postponement, Hurley and Behnken were sitting in their Dragon capsule atop its Falcon rocket with the booster fuels being
loaded below them. The frustration was that the countdown was going so smoothly; engineers had seen no technical issues of concern. The
vehicles were in perfect shape to begin their ascent. Saturday will follow exactly the same routines. The astronauts will head out to the

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