Almost one month has passed since a black man, George Floyd, was murdered by the police in Minneapolis and with the outbreak of protests in this city
As the US in engulfed in anti-racism protests following the brutal suffocation of black citizen George Floyd by a white policeman in Minneapolis on May 25,
Celina Caesar-Chavannes, a Canadian politician expressed hoped that world can finally see the backside of Trump and applaud his exit.
The protests following George Floyd's death are spreading in the world and more than 650 cities and towns across the US.
New Yorkers stayed on the streets of New York City Thursday for another day of protests spurred by the death of George Floyd, including at a memorial service at the site where police used batons against demonstrators who were out past the city-imposed curfew the night before.
Three more former Minneapolis police officers were charged Wednesday in the death of George Floyd, five days after charges were brought against a fourth officer who was seen in a video kneeling on Floyd’s neck.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani called George Floyd’s killing “brutal” and criticized US President Donald Trump for posing for photos while holding a Bible after ordering crackdown on protesters.
Protesters have marched in cities across the US for eight consecutive nights over the death of George Floyd.
Thousands of protesters marched through downtown Sydney on Tuesday, voicing their solidarity with US protests against the death of George Floyd.
A military helicopter was deployed to disperse protesters that took to the streets of Washington, DC, defying the city’s 7 pm curfew on Monday.