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George Floyd, an African-American man from Minnesota aged 46, a native of Houston who had moved to Minneapolis several years ago died on 25th May evening shortly after Derek Chauvin, a white Minneapolis police officer, held him down with a knee on his neck although the victim repeatedly pleaded, "I can't breathe", and "please, I can't breathe".

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Woman dead as car rams into protesters in Minneapolis
Politics

Woman dead as car rams into protesters in Minneapolis

Minneapolis, June 15 A woman was killed and three people were injured when a car rammed into protesters ...

One woman dead, three others injured as car rams into crowd in US Minneapolis
International

One woman dead, three others injured as car rams into crowd in US Minneapolis

A woman died and three people were injured when a car rammed into protesters in Minneapolis, US state of Minnesota, where a Black man was fatally shot this month during an attempted arrest, Minneapolis police said Monday.

Eng vs NZ: Both teams to take 'moment of unity' ahead of first Test, confirms Root
Cricket

Eng vs NZ: Both teams to take 'moment of unity' ahead of first Test, confirms Root

England Test skipper Joe Root on Tuesday confirmed that his team along with New Zealand will take a "moment of unity" ahead of the first Test, set to be played at the Lord's Cricket Ground, from Wednesday.

Biden says 'we have to act' on police reform on first death anniversary of George Floyd
International

Biden says 'we have to act' on police reform on first death anniversary of George Floyd

On the first death anniversary of George Floyd, US President Joe Biden has asked the country's legislators to expedite the "George Floyd Justice in Policing Act", a police reform bill brought in to raise the accountability of law enforcement officers.

US: One person injured after shooting at George Floyd Square in Minneapolis
International

US: One person injured after shooting at George Floyd Square in Minneapolis

One person has sustained injuries after a shooting broke out in Minneapolis city, in the US state of Minnesota, near the place where African American man George Floyd died last year.

Survey reveals three in five believe more changes needed to give Black Americans equal rights in US
International

Survey reveals three in five believe more changes needed to give Black Americans equal rights in US

Over 50 per cent of the population in the United States believes that the country must "continue making changes to give Black Americans equal rights to white Americans," according to a new survey reported by The Hill.

Delhi HC says this is George Floyd moment for people of country, citizenry driven to desperation, despair by COVID-19
National

Delhi HC says this is George Floyd moment for people of country, citizenry driven to desperation, despair by COVID-19

The Delhi High Court on Friday said that "this is a George Floyd moment for the citizens of this country," saying the citizenry has been driven to desperation and despair chased by merciless coronavirus and the "scarcity" in treatment of COVID-19 has brought out the best and worst in people.

US grand jury indicts 4 ex-Minneapolis police officers in George Floyd's murder
International

US grand jury indicts 4 ex-Minneapolis police officers in George Floyd's murder

A US federal grand jury on Friday indicted all four former Minneapolis police officers involved in the killing of George Floyd last year, including Derek Chauvin who was convicted of murder and manslaughter charges in April.

Chauvin's conviction in death of George Floyd 'a step forward', says Biden
International

Chauvin's conviction in death of George Floyd 'a step forward', says Biden

Nothing can ever bring George Floyd back but this can be a giant step forward on the march towards justice in America, US President Joe Biden on Tuesday (local time) said after former Minneapolis policeman Derek Chauvin was convicted of George Floyd's murder.

Derek Chauvin invokes Fifth Amendment in trial for George Floyd's death, won't testify
International

Derek Chauvin invokes Fifth Amendment in trial for George Floyd's death, won't testify

Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, who is currently undergoing trial for the death of George Floyd, invoked the Fifth Amendment on Thursday, confirming that he will not testify in his murder trial.

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