Facing slippery road conditions, these firefighter paramedics decided to get out of their ambulance and walk a mile on ice to push an injured patient to the hospital

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Support for the U.S. protests against racism and police violence is spreading abroad. On Sunday, hundreds of people rallied outside the U.S. Embassy in Berlin. And hundreds more marched from Trafalgar Square to the U.S. Embassy in London:

Denver cops busted for doing drive-by shootings of anti-police brutality protesters

National security adviser Robert O'Brien: "I don't think there's systemic racism, I think 99.9 percent of our law enforcement officers are great Americans... There are some bad apples in there."

Can we really say we are surprised?

Night of violence across America leaves streets scarred, outrage simmering

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“When a police officer lives in a community that they are supposed to serve, they’re going to feel more accountable, they feel more ownership, they’re going to have those community connections. It’s a feeling of like, ‘These people are like us.’”

Police have started to make arrests at the #BlackLivesMatter  protest in Parliament Square

My crew and I were there when the Bedford Avenue situation turned from tense to violent in Flatbush Brooklyn. When the attack on police vehicles started the police line charged down the block. Then a chair and bottles were thrown as they made arrests.

Arghavan Salles is a California-based surgeon. At the peak of the #Covid19  pandemic, she volunteered at a New York City hospital for two weeks. This is what she witnessed. Watch more: