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4 Minneapolis cops now charged in Floyd's death
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Prosecutors have charged a Minneapolis police officer accused of pressing his knee against George Floyd's neck with second-degree murder, and for the first time are leveling charges against three other officers. (June 3)         (USA Today)
'Star Wars' actor rallies crowd at protest
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"Star Wars" actor John Boyega rallied crowds at a large London protest against George Floyd's death, telling demonstrators that "now is the time" to demand racial equality.  (CNN)
Demonstraters continue DC protest of Floyd's death
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Protestors face off with National Guard troops in the streets of Washington DC on the same day the perimeter around the White House is expanded. (June 3)         (USA Today)
New charges in George Floyd's death: Derek Chauvin faces second-degree murder; 3 other officers charged New charges in George Floyd's death: Derek Chauvin faces second-degree murder; 3 other officers charged
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George Floyd family attorney Benjamin Crump implored officials to hold the officers accountable in powerful remarks at the site of Floyd's killing.          (USA Today)
AP Top Stories June 3 P
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Here are the top stories for Wednesday, June 3: More charges announced in George Floyd case; Esper breaks with Trump over military response to protests; Rosenstein defends role in Russia probe; Museum closed due to pandemic reopens in Florence.         (USA Today)
Harvard experts worry over infections at protests
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Harvard public health experts worried that COVID-19 infections could spike in communities from large, nationwide protests seeking to end white-on-black brutality like the deadly arrest of George Floyd by a white Minneapolis police officer (June 3).         (USA Today)
George Floyd killing: three more officers charged as Chauvin's murder charge upgraded – live
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Ellison confirms additional charges over Floyd killingDefense secretary opposes Trump threat to send military to statesPolice chief calls for ban on chokeholdsDemonstrators defy curfews as protests continueAre you taking part in US protests?Sign up to our First Thing newsletter 10.44pm BST Eric Holder, Obama’s first attorney general, speaks first, remembering the case of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri in 2014 and discussing how to keep people safe while reforming police and policing and the criminal justice system. Involve the community, engage the police and bring them together, he says, which he says the Obama administration did in forming its 21st-century policing task force and producing its recommendations.“It laid the foundation for future work,” Holder says. 10.34pm BST There will now be a discussion, involving Obama, led by the activist Britney Packnett Cunningham. I’ll listen in. Continue reading... (The Guardian)
Derek Chauvin is charged with second-degree murder
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Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison upgraded charges for officers involved in George Floyd case. (BBC News)
Stacey Abrams: Echoes of 1992 riots felt today
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Georgia voting rights activist Stacey Abrams is demanding protesters' voices be heard in the aftermath of George Floyd's death. Abrams draws parallels between current protests and 1992 riots after officers were acquitted in Rodney King's beating. (June 3)         (USA Today)
'We're committed to the fight': Barack Obama speaks out over death of George Floyd as protests continue across US
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Former President Barack Obama has spoken out over the death of George Floyd, saying he is "committed to the fight of creating a more just nation". (London News)