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From peaceful protest to chaos

As night fell and tensions rose.


Police clash with demonstrators at Floyd protest in Flatbush

The protest was largely peaceful on Saturday afternoon in the Flatbush Area. But gradually became rowdy when some demonstrators pelted police officers with stones, bottled water and other objects.

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Australia’s Covid-19 tracing app struggles after launch

COVI9_19 Safe App is on not getting public by in.


From Harlem to the Lower East Side, protestors march, scream and battle for racial justice

Clashes with police occurred across downtown Manhattan through the night.


New York City erupts in cry for racial justice

Demonstrations will continue throughout the weekend and into next week.


Racial divide deepen after days of grief and anger

My only option, though, like many generations of black Americans before me, is to somehow, someway find a morsel of hope to continue.

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COVID-19 fuels fruit packers strike in Washington State

Workers from six different fruit packing plants in Yakima County, WA have gone on strike in the past month.

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Boston springs slowly back to life

Unlike New York, the stranglehold the coronavirus had on the city is noticeably loosening its grip.

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A dictatorship called COVID-19

The city that never sleeps is in deep slumber.

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During pandemic, Rio de Janeiro residents fear police

 According to the National Institute of Public Security of Rio de Janeiro (ISP-RJ), the number of killings by state agents has soared  in the 22 years since the agency started tracking these deaths