George Floyd killing: Protests and riots across US despite police murder charge

George Floyd killing: Protests and riots across US despite police murder charge

Protests and riots have flared overnight in cities across the US even though a Minneapolis police officer has been charged with murder over the killing of black American man.
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Brexit: UK to spend €790m on new GB-EU border control systems ready for 2021

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Queues of traffic trying to get across the border into Croatia dispelled any doubts that holidaymakers on the continent are not being perturbed by coronavirus fears.
Serbia: Fifth night of anti-Vučić protests in Belgrade but no trouble reported

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The protests first started when Serbia's populist president announced a strict curfew for this weekend to curb a surge in new coronavirus cases.
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Thousands gathered in the city of Khabarovsk and some shouted, "Shame on Moscow!" and "Putin's a thief!" after their governor was arrested.
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Protests began against renewed lockdown restrictions but have mushroomed into an expression of wider frustration with the hard-line rule of President Aleksandar Vucic.
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The lawyer of Ivan Safronov, who is accused of spying for a NATO country, says the allegations against him relate to his work as a journalist.
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Romania criminalises cyber harassment as a form of domestic violence

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