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The police, who were in riot gear and carrying long firearms, claim that they were the ones assaulted by the unarmed protesters
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shows solidarity with US protesters marching against racism and police brutality
The remarks Donald Trump made during a televised White House briefing come 11 days after George Floyd's death and spark confusion as to why Trump thought it was a great day for Floyd
Under the accord, the police and the military are not allowed to conduct operations within the vicinity of UP campuses without prior notice or approval of the UP administration
Several organizations amplify the call for donations to raise a community bail fund for anti-terrorism activists in Cebu City
(UPDATED) The arrest comes as students and members of various youth and progressive groups held a mobilization to denounce the approval of the anti-terrorism bill
'They are the heroes now,' says a New York doctor referring to those who join the 'Black Lives Matter' rallies in the US
(UPDATED) 7 activists, including minors, belong to local progressive organizations in Cebu. The other person arrested is a bystander who did not participate in the rally
The current trickle of those leaving Hong Kong could become an exodus after Beijing announces plans to impose a sweeping national security law here in response to the protests
Open discussion of the brutal suppression, in which hundreds if not thousands are believed to have been killed, is forbidden in mainland China
Several sectoral and progressive groups take their outrage to the streets continuing the call to junk the anti-terrorism bill
(UPDATED) Police arrest some demonstrators in one shopping area, in scenes reminiscent of 7 months of violent protests in 2019, although they allow the main rally to proceed
Led by civil rights activist Al Sharpton, the ceremony will be held in Minneapolis, where George Floyd died on May 25 after being detained by police
(UPDATED) Lawmakers approve the bill with 41 in favor and one against, but the 75-seat chamber's pro-democracy faction refuses to vote and instead shouts slogans denouncing the law
(UPDATED) Here's a list of indignation rallies and other activities hosted by various groups and organizations, following the House’s passage of the draconian anti-terrorism bill
Other celebrities like Ryan Reynolds and Chrissy Teigen are also putting up money in solidarity with protesters around the US
(UPDATED) This year's service is banned on public health grounds because of the coronavirus pandemic, with barricades surrounding Victoria Park, the traditional ceremony venue, and police patrolling nearby
'It was a false report,' Donald Trump tells Fox News radio, before elaborating that he did go into the secure area but only for a 'tiny, little, short period time'
'I do not support invoking the Insurrection Act,' US Defense Secretary Mark Esper says, two days after President Donald Trump said he could do so to call up the army to quash protests
The United States and Britain have enraged Beijing with their criticism of planned national security legislation that critics fear would destroy the semi-autonomous city's limited freedoms
Samantha Katie James, who competed in Miss Universe 2017, issues an apology for her statement regarding the riots in the US
In parliament, Britain's Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab says he has reached out to intelligence-sharing allies Australia, New Zealand, the United States and Canada about contingency plans
Christian leaders warn that silence about the Philippines' proposed anti-terror law 'only assures the impending destruction and abuse of our people'
'This shocking tragedy clearly crossed that line,' says Tiger Woods
'This is, and will be, a time about standing ground near others as a situation escalates, providing educated support, demonstrating and doing the right thing,' the actor says in an Instagram post
Dozens of business owners in Minneapolis find themselves in a difficult financial situation, facing both the coronavirus and violent protests over the death of George Floyd
Despite the president's rhetoric, the June 1 protests appear largely peaceful in major cities, though some looting was reported in New York and Los Angeles
(UPDATED) Both Chinese and Hong Kong officials seize on the unrest gripping the US in their propaganda drive to justify their own crackdown on pro-democracy protests and the national security law plans
'Mark is wrong, and I will endeavor in the loudest possible way to change his mind,' tweets Ryan Freitas, the design director of Facebook's News Feed
New York has its own long history of police violence involving African Americans, with few arrests for fatal incidents and even fewer convictions
France's Marcus Thuram and England's Jadon Sancho call for justice for George Floyd after scoring in their respective Bundesliga games
Police reject permission for this year's rally saying it would 'constitute a major threat to the life and health of the general public'
Thousands in New Zealand march in solidarity with US protesters over the death of George Floyd
With the Trump administration branding instigators of 6 nights of rioting as domestic terrorists, there are more confrontations between protesters and police and fresh outbreaks of looting
(UPDATED) It is the first time that an official in Iran has given overall casualty figures for the street violence
The US president attacks China over its treatment of the former British colony, saying it was 'diminishing the city's longstanding and proud status'
At the most drastic, Trump could abolish all special commercial privileges and treat the financial hub as any other Chinese city
Hong Kong police say nearly 9,000 people have been arrested since the often violent protests kicked off last June with 1,600 proceeding to trial so far
'This is another example of the Chinese Communist Party's fear of transparency and international accountability for its actions,' Washington's UN mission says
(UPDATED) 'No reasonable person can assert today that Hong Kong maintains a high degree of autonomy from China, given facts on the ground,' says US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo
'The cabinet will come up with a Hong Kong humanitarian assistance action plan...to provide complete planning for Hong Kong people's residency, accommodation and care,' says Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen
(UPDATED) In a statement police say they 'respect the right of residents to express their views peacefully, but it must be carried out legally'
Trump promises a 'very interesting' US response within days
Pro-democracy activists say China's proposed national security law spells the end of the one country, two system agreement
Beijing wants to enact legislation banning 'seccession, subversion, terrorism and foreign interference' in the international finance hub after months of massive, often-violent pro-democracy protests last year
China plans to impose a national security law on the city's financial hub, with the Hong Kong security chief backing it as needed in defeating 'terrorism'
The statement is part of a flurry of coordinated messages from the city's different security services embracing the law
(3rd UPDATE) Police say at least 180 people were arrested on Sunday, May 24, majority in Causeway Bay and Wan Chai districts
Motorists throng the roads of central Madrid, tooting their horns as others held placards and shout: 'Sanchez, resign' and 'freedom'
(UPDATED) '#HongKong has been the safe harbor for dissent; it's the light, the conscience, the voice that speaks truth to an increasingly powerful China,' tweets Maya Wang, senior China researcher for Human Rights Watch