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Harlem protest for justice

Protesters in Harlem march in honor of George Floyd.

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Venezuela has another obstacle: the pandemic

The president imposed a nationwide quarantine on March 17 after the first case of COVID-19 was confirmed in the country.


Protests continue in honor of George Floyd

After countless deaths at the hands of the police demonstrators are demanding reform and justice.


City protests ebb and flow from solidarity to a war zone

As day turned to night, peaceful protests turned to looting, a common theme.


Scenes from a Seattle protest

The city has been protesting for days over the death of George Floyd, an African American man who killed when a police officer knelt on his neck for over eight minutes.


Music industry suspends operations today in solidarity with Floyd

Many companies have vowed to suspend business operations. Their employees will be given time off work to partake in community protests. 


Fires and looting in Soho as protests continues

Soho was torn apart as police and firefighters struggled to keep up with crowds breaking into high-end stores and setting fires in the streets. 

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24-hour vending machines distribute masks to help Singapore contain the spread of COVID-19

The new reusable masks “are made of at least three layers of material, with a filtration efficiency of at least 95%, even after 30 washes,” according to the government’s website. 

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New York City’s federal courts go remote and the incarcerated suffer

Defense attorneys are finding that these guidelines do not adequately protect the rights of their clients.

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Airlines canceled thousands of flights during pandemic

Flight cancellations peaked at 590 on March 27.