Tens of thousands people gathered in central London to protest the death of George Floyd by chanting "no justice, no peace, no racist police" and "black lives matter."
Protests condemning police brutality in America exposes French institutional racism.
Black lives, whether under the knee of a killer cop or at the mercy of a racist health system, are under attack.
Thousands of demonstrators defiantly remained on the streets across the US even after curfews put in place in some states following unrest in the wake of the police killing of unarmed black man George Floyd in Minneapolis.
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Floyd family attorney Ben Crump called for the third-degree murder charge against Officer Derek Chauvin to be upgraded to first-degree murder and for three other officers to be charged.
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The gratuitous fixation on rioting won't kill the elephant in the room.
City and state officials deployed thousands of National Guard troops, enacted strict curfews and shut down mass transit systems to slow protest movements, but demonstrators pushed on in many cities.
Cars and businesses were torched, the words "I can't breathe" were spray-painted all over buildings, a fire in a trash bin burned near the gates of the White House, and thousands marched through city streets to protest the death of George Floyd.
A stronger relationship between the two will trigger another headache for the US, but this time in its own hemisphere.
US and NATO officials said that US troop strength in Afghanistan is down to nearly 8,600, well ahead of a schedule agreed with Taliban in late February, in part because of concerns about the spread of the coronavirus.
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