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An estimated 20,000 people have taken to the streets of #Hollywood as part of a massive #BlackLivesMatter movement

At the White House’s new fence. Not too sure this is what President Trump thought when he ordered a fence erected outside the White House.

It's been converted by the #BlackLivesMatter protests into a crowd-sourced memorial wall to those who lost their lives during police confrontations.

Inspired by the race riots and antifa anarchy in the US, nefarious actors have started doing the same in Britain.

London police, who are not armed, are chased by a mob with weapons.

#BlackLivesMatter #protests2020 #GeorgeFloydprotest
#GeorgeFloyd #EdwardColston



Coronavirus pandemic: Updates from around the world
- More than 7 million cases of Covid-19 have been reported worldwide, as well as more 403,000 deaths
- CDC says it's "monitoring closely" the protests across America
- George Floyd protesters say it's worth braving coronavirus
- Latin America is losing its battle against coronavirus.
- Brazilians protest government for withholding coronavirus data, as deaths soar further
- Delhi to re-open borders as India relaxes nationwide lockdown. Cases reach a high as India lifts more restrictions.
- China says it immediately notified the WHO of the coronavirus outbreak
- Philippines death toll passes 1,000
- No new coronavirus deaths in Northern Ireland or Scotland for first time since lockdown.

- 10,770 new cases and 261 new deaths in India
- 9,266 new cases and 173 new deaths in the United States
- 8,984 new cases and 134 new deaths in Russia
- 6,405 new cases and 96 new deaths in Chile
- 4,960 new cases and 67 new deaths in Pakistan
- 4,773 new cases and 121 new deaths in Brazil
- 3,593 new cases and 341 new deaths in Mexico
- 3,045 new cases and 36 new deaths in Saudi Arabia
- 2,743 new cases and 42 new deaths in Bangladesh
- 2,364 new cases and 72 new deaths in Iran
- 1,595 new cases and 3 new deaths in Qatar
- 1,326 new cases and 77 new deaths in the United Kingdom
- 1,268 new cases and 28 new deaths in Iraq

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BLM Protesters in the UK Took Down The Statue of a White Supremacist Slave Trader named Edward Colston in Bristol city centre, and threw that sh*t in the harbor.

Under Edward Colston, the Royal African Company transported more than a 100,000 enslaved Africans.

As his statue comes down in Bristol, this creates space to acknowledge the atrocity of the trans-Atlantic slave trade and global white supremacy today.

"Statues aren’t about history. They're about adoration. They're about saying 'this man was a great man who did great things'. That's not true. He was a slave trader and a murderer."

Yes Bristol we absolutely love to see it

#BlackLivesMatter #protests2020 #GeorgeFloydprotest
#GeorgeFloyd #EdwardColston



Coronavirus pandemic: Updates from around the world
- More than 6,9 million cases of Covid-19 have been reported worldwide, as well as more 400,000 deaths
- The World Health Organization (WHO) has changed its position on face masks and is now encouraging people to wear them in crowded places, citing anecdotal evidence that supports their value in stopping the spread of the coronavirus.
- Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro has threatened to pull his country out of the WHO, accusing the body of being "partisan" and "political". With more than 34,000 coronavirus deaths, Brazil now has the third-highest toll in the world.
- States face different challenges in controlling the spread of the virus.
- Brazil has removed coronavirus data from a Health Ministry website.
- Huge crowds turn out around the world to protest racism, and experts fear a coronavirus spike.
- Japan’s embrace of face masks may be the secret to its virus-fighting success.
- 'White Coats for Black Lives': Medical workers on virus frontlines join protesters
- China issues warning to citizens against travel to Australia
- Indonesia has reported nearly 1,000 new cases of the coronavirus, a new single-day high for the country that brought its total caseload past 30,000
- Most of 51 new South Korea cases linked to door sales
- India's confirmed infections overtake Italy's
- Beijing eases emergency response level to second lowest

- 18,807 new cases and 597 new deaths in the United States
- 13,108 new cases and 409 new deaths in Brazil
- 10,438 new cases and 297 new deaths in India
- 8,855 new cases and 197 new deaths in Russia
- 5,246 new cases and 93 new deaths in Chile
- 4,734 new cases and 97 new deaths in Pakistan
- 4,358 new cases and 139 new deaths in Peru
- 4,346 new cases and 625 new deaths in Mexico
- 3,121 new cases and 34 new deaths in Saudi Arabia
- 2,635 new cases and 35 new deaths in Bangladesh
- 2,539 new cases and 44 new deaths in South Africa
- 2,269 new cases and 75 new deaths in Iran
- 1,700 new cases and 2 new deaths in Qatar
- 1,557 new cases and 204 new deaths in the United Kingdom
- 1,497 new cases and 32 new deaths in Egypt
- 1,252 new cases and 33 new deaths in Iraq

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Updates on George Floyd Protests: Global Rallies Against Racism and Police Brutality

- Mark Zuckerberg, chief executive of Facebook, has promised to review the social network's policies that led to its decision to not moderate controversial messages posted by the US president that appeared to encourage violence against those protesting against police racism
- Protests continue for a 12th day over police brutality, with a North Carolina memorial service set for George Floyd, an unarmed Black man who was killed by police in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on May 25.
- Washington, DC is peparing for what one police official may be the "largest gathering" ever in the US capital.
- Thousands protest in central London
- Melbourne rally organisers to be fined thousands
- Sydney's protest legal after court grants appeal; Rallies could have 'devastating' health impacts warns expert
- Tokyo protesters condemn killing of George Floyd
- Trump invokes George Floyd's name in boast

#BlackLivesMatter #protests2020 #GeorgeFloydprotest



Coronavirus pandemic: Updates from around the world
- More than 6,7 million cases of Covid-19 have been reported worldwide, as well as more 395,000 deaths
- The World Health Organization (WHO) said on Friday that some countries have seen "upticks" in COVID-19 cases as lockdowns ease, and populations must continue to protect themselves against the coronavirus.
- WHO encourages masks where virus widespread, distancing tough
- Trump calls for shift in pandemic strategy to allow for end to lockdowns
- The U.S. unemployment rate fell to 13.3 percent, surprising many economists.
- Racial and socioeconomic achievement gaps among U.S. students will most likely widen.
- UK health secretary asks people not to attend anti-racism protests due to coronavirus threat
- The pandemic is making a no-deal Brexit more likely.
- Mexico is reopening, but some worry that it’s too soon.
- Brazil records big surge

- 9,645 new cases and 404 new deaths in the United States
- 9,288 new cases and 286 new deaths in India
- 8,726 new cases and 144 new deaths in Russia
- 6,007 new cases and 173 new deaths in Brazil
- 4,442 new cases and 816 new deaths in Mexico
- 4,207 new cases and 92 new deaths in Chile
- 3,985 new cases and 68 new deaths in Pakistan
- 2,886 new cases and 63 new deaths in Iran
- 2,828 new cases and 30 new deaths in Bangladesh
- 2,591 new cases and 31 new deaths in Saudi Arabia
- 1,754 new cases and 4 new deaths in Qatar
- 1,650 new cases and 357 new deaths in the United Kingdom
- 1,006 new cases and 14 new deaths in Iraq
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Washington D.C.'s mayor Muriel Bowser renamed a street leading to the White House "Black Lives Matter Plaza"; directed city crews to paint a huge mural to honor protesters who have turned out in the nation's capital to demand an end to police brutality.

"Trump now resides at 1600 Black Lives Matter Plaza.
Update your addresses!"
Ohhhh, this is the next level of savage!

#BlackLivesMatter #protests2020 #GeorgeFloydprotest



Coronavirus pandemic: Updates from around the world
- More than 6,6 million cases of Covid-19 have been reported worldwide, as well as more 390,000 deaths
- The number of confirmed cases is growing faster than ever as new hot spots emerge around the world.
- Coronavirus vaccine might require two doses, NIH chief says
- CDC director continues to work with WHO, despite Trump's announcement to terminate relationship
- U.S. to Require States to Report Demographic Data Amid Disparities
- Sweden will begin easing travel restrictions
- Face coverings will be mandatory on public transport in England starting June 15
- Iran freed a U.S. Navy veteran who had contracted the virus in prison.
- Workers fearful of catching the virus face being fired if they don’t return to work.
- George Floyd had the virus weeks before his death, an autopsy report shows.

- 11,114 new cases and 563 new deaths in the United States
- 11,132 new cases and 491 new deaths in Brazil
- 9,810 new cases and 275 new deaths in India
- 8,831 new cases and 169 new deaths in Russia
- 4,801 new cases and 82 new deaths in Pakistan
- 4,664 new cases and 81 new deaths in Chile
- 3,912 new cases and 1,092 new deaths in Mexico
- 3,574 new cases and 59 new deaths in Iran
- 2,423 new cases and 35 new deaths in Bangladesh
- 1,975 new cases and 32 new deaths in Saudi Arabia
- 1,805 new cases and 176 new deaths in the United Kingdom
- 1,581 new cases in Qatar
- 1,080 new cases and 20 new deaths in Sweden

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George Floyd protests spread nationwide:
- A memorial service to honor George Floyd will be held in Minneapolis today, as protesters continue to rally across the US following his killing.
- New York state to hold moment of silence for Floyd
- All four former Minneapolis police officers involved in George Floyd's death have been charged, the Minnesota attorney general announced.
- Charges were elevated for one former officer from third- to second-degree murder. The other former officers will be charged with aiding and abetting.
- Murkowski backs criticism of Trump’s leadership.
#BlackLivesMatter #protests2020 #GeorgeFloydprotest



Coronavirus pandemic: Updates from around the world
- More than 6,5 million cases of Covid-19 have been reported worldwide, as well as more 384,000 deaths
- US protest fears: Members of the White House coronavirus task force discussed the "increasing" risk that the virus could spread among protesters at demonstrations over the death of George Floyd, a source familiar with the discussion said. The US surgeon general said he expects new outbreaks due to the protests.
- WHO says coronavirus is not mutating, but that doesn't mean it is not dangerous
- WHO committee recommends continued study of hydroxychloroquine as a potential Covid-19 treatment
- The United Nations rights chief Michelle Bachelet has warned that China and other Asian countries are using the coronavirus crisis as an excuse to clamp down on free expression and to tighten censorship.
- Europe saw fewest coronavirus cases reported yesterday since March 22, WHO says
- European travel: Austria and Germany are preparing to ease travel restrictions imposed to limit the spread of the coronavirus. Austria will reopen its borders with seven neighboring countries from Thursday -- but not with Italy.
- Sweden should have done more to combat coronavirus, health chief says
- India cases surge: The country reported nearly 9,000 new Covid-19 infections today -- a highest single-day spike that pushes its total over 200,000 cases.
- Qatar announces easing of coronavirus restrictions

- 10,557 new cases and 566 new deaths in the United States
- 9,578 new cases and 259 new deaths in India
- 8,536 new cases and 178 new deaths in Russia
- 4,942 new cases and 87 new deaths in Chile
- 4,065 new cases and 67 new deaths in Pakistan
- 4,069 new cases and 139 new deaths in Brazil
- 3,891 new cases and 470 new deaths in Mexico
- 3,134 new cases and 70 new deaths in Iran
- 2,695 new cases and 37 new deaths in Bangladesh
- 2,214 new cases and 74 new deaths in Sweden
- 2,171 new cases and 30 new deaths in Saudi Arabia
- 1,871 new cases and 359 new deaths in the United Kingdom
- 1,079 new cases and 36 new deaths in Egypt
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The revolution will not be televised. stay safe, take care of each other.
- Cops fake kneel to draw protestors in and then gas them
- LAPD firing rubber bullets at teens. These are our children under fire for protesting

Nationwide protests continue on 'Blackout Tuesday'.
- Across the country, protests mainly peaceful by day have been marred by violence after dark. President Trump has threatened to take the extraordinary step of sending U.S. military forces into American cities to quell the unrest.
- UN condemns reports of "unnecessary and disproportionate" use of force at protests
- Mother of George Floyd's 6-year-old daughter speaks out: "This is what those officers took"
- Floyd family attorney urges everyone to "take a breath for peace"
- 'I don't think we get another chance to fix this,' governor says after visiting site of George Floyd's final moments
- Protests in top virus hot spots spur fears of new COVID spikes
- Jim Clyburn says Trump has contributed to more "American carnage" than any president in his lifetime
- Tensions rise after curfew ends in Washington, D.C.|
- Chants of "no justice, no peace, no racist police" in Miami
- Denver cop fired for sharing Instagram post that said "Let's start a riot"
- Minnesota pastor believes protests are a "real opportunity" to change the system

#BlackLivesMatter #protests2020 #GeorgeFloydprotest



Coronavirus Updates:
- More than 6,4 million cases of Covid-19 have been reported worldwide, as well as more 380,000 deaths
- Pandemic to Cost U.S. Economy $7.9 Trillion Over 10 Years. Poor countries face debt crises.
- Michigan lifts a stay-at-home order, and New York warns that protests could set off infections.
- Active coronavirus cases in Italy drop below 40,000
- Wuhan reports no new cases for a second straight day.
- As Moscow eases its lockdown, Russia plans a vote on letting Putin stay in power longer.
- Hong Kong’s leader defends restrictions on public gatherings.
- The Metropolitan Opera cancels its fall season, while ‘Phantom’ plays on in South Korea.

Here's a look at some countries that are standing firm on restrictions:
- Argentina: Continues on mandatory lockdown until June 7.
- Chile: The country's main cities remain under quarantine. Chile never declared a full quarantine.
- Cuba, El Salvador, Haiti and Nicaragua have not and are not announcing any easing of restrictions yet.

And here are how some countries are easing restrictions:
Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela.

- 10,915 new cases and 695 new deaths in the United States
- 9,640 new cases and 440 new deaths in Brazil
- 8,863 new cases and 182 new deaths in Russia
- 8,765 new cases and 221 new deaths in India
- 3,938 new cases and 78 new deaths in Pakistan
- 3,527 new cases and 75 new deaths in Chile
- 3,117 new cases and 64 new deaths in Iran
- 2,911 new cases and 37 new deaths in Bangladesh
- 2,771 new cases and 237 new deaths in Mexico
- 1,869 new cases and 24 new deaths in Saudi Arabia
- 1,826 new cases and 3 new deaths in Qatar
- 1,653 new cases and 324 new deaths in the United Kingdom
- 1,455 new cases in South Africa
- 1,152 new cases and 47 new deaths in Egypt

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Protesters blocked off the 405 Freeway in West LA at the Wilshire Boulevard exit. Demonstrators and protests continue throughout SoCal

George Floyd protests spread nationwide
- Protests erupted for a seventh day across the US over the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man, at the hands of police in Minneapolis, Minnesota. One former officer was charged with third-degree murder and manslaughter — but protesters and critics believe the charge isn't harsh enough.
- President Trump vowed yesterday to use the military if widespread violence isn't quelled, as peaceful protesters just outside the White House gates were dispersed with tear gas.
- Experts hired by George Floyd's family and the Hennepin County Medical Examiner have concluded his death was a homicide.
- About 700 people arrested at New York City protests last night
- Cuomo: "The protesters are separate from the looters"
- Gov. Cuomo calls on NYC's police to do "better job" at stopping looting, criminal activity
- NYC mayor urges demonstrators to protest during daytime hours, and then "please go home"
- Trump slams New York governor's response to unrest
- More than 20,000 National Guard members activated across US to respond to unrest
- George Floyd will be remembered at Minneapolis memorial Thursday

#BlackLivesMatter #columbusprotests #protests2020 #GeorgeFloydprotest


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