Day: June 6, 2020

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Protests Have Also Broken Out In Latin America Against Police Brutality

Ulises Ruiz / Getty Images A demonstrator in Guadalajara, Mexico. MEXICO CITY — Several prominent killings by police officers and thousands of arrests over violations of measures intended to curb the spread of the coronavirus have roiled Latin America. It’s a region familiar with police brutality, but many people feel the pandemic has become a […]

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Ted Williams: Manhattan DA is right not to prosecute protesters for minor offenses

The Manhattan district attorney was right to not prosecute protesters for breaking the city’s curfew and other minor offenses, defense attorney Ted Williams said Saturday. Appearing on “Fox & Friends Weekend,” Williams said the people marching against police brutality and systemic racism are simply exercising their First Amendment rights. 2 NYPD OFFICERS SUSPENDED AFTER VIDEOS SHOW VIOLENCE AGAINST PROTESTERS: REPORTS […]

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Migrants in UK fear charges for NHS virus treatment, say charities – Channel 4 News

Non-EU migrants living and working in the UK have to pay a surcharge to use the NHS, brought in as part of the Government’s so called “hostile environment” policy on immigration in 2015. Amid fears it could stop people with suspected coronavirus from seeking vital help – access to any services linked to Covid was […]

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