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More than 4,400 people arrested in protests in at least 36 cities nationwide.

Protests against police killings of black people, many initially peaceful, were eclipsed again as darkness fell. Unrest erupted in major cities in a U.S. landscape shaken to its core by familiar fractures along racial and law enforcement fault lines.

A new day. A new week. A new month. A new hope that we can make real this kind of unrestrained joy for our nation and each other.

Minimum support prices (MSP) for 14 kharif crops increased by 50- 83%, to provide relief to the farmers: Union Minister Narendra Tomar

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Trump's divisive instincts helped him win the White House. Where will they take America now?

"'Are you actually happy not to live in the US at the moment?' a German friend wrote on WhatsApp. It took me about a whole day to respond. There's no relief for me that I live in Germany. I'm upset, and I'm frustrated" | OPINION

People across the country have erupted in protest against police brutality and systemic racism in the days following the death of George Floyd, a black man who died in police custody.

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Police officers kneel, join marches in cities across U.S. to show solidarity with protesters

St. Paul Mayor Carter addresses George Floyd protesters, asking them to take their energy "and use it, not to destroy our neighborhoods, but to destroy the historic culture, to destroy the systemic racism."

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