US News VIDEO. Death of George Floyd: Police officers violently attacked by protesters in Los Angeles
United States: four police officers dismissed after the death of a black man during his arrest
For about ten minutes George Floyd had been tackled to the ground when he complained of not being able to breathe. A new drama involving the police in the death of a black man shakes the United States. Four Minneapolis agents were sacked Tuesday after the case in which the victim's family, George Floyd, denounced "excessive and inhuman" use of force and accused the police of racism. The scene was filmed on Monday evening by a passerby on her live Facebook.
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During anpolice officers found themselves in trouble faced with thousands of angry protesters.
The police patrol is said to have responded to a call reporting damage to the streets. On the scene, while one of the officers was trying to arrest a man, several people started to beat him with signs.
Since May 25, demonstrations have broken out in several major American cities, after killed by a police officer in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Soldiers deployed to Minneapolis after a 3rd night of riots
© Provided by Le Point The National Guard was deployed Thursday in the city of Minneapolis to try to restore calm after a third night of riots linked to the death of a black man in the hands of the police, who provoked demonstrations in all the United States . On board military vehicles, soldiers attempted to establish a security perimeter around a police station burnt down during the night.
Death of George Floyd: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau kneels in tribute .
© DAVE CHAN / AFP Justin Trudeau, the Prime Minister of Canada, during an anti-racist demonstration. SYMBOL - Canadian Prime Minister attended anti-racism demonstration in Ottawa Kneeling on the ground, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau joined thousands of protesters in Ottawa on Friday to speak out against racism and police violence after the death of George Floyd in the United States.