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1.    For a third weekend protesters across the country are marching against police brutality and racism in the wake of the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police. As NPR's XX reports, ??? about the deaths of black men in Atlanta and Southern California, are adding new momentum to the protests.

The fatal shooting Friday night at Rayshard Brooks, a black man, by a white Atlanta officer after a sobriety test in the Wendy's parking lot has led to the firing of the officer and the resignation of the Atlanta's police chief Erika Shields.
Atlanta's Mayor says a fight over a Taser was not a justified use of deadly force.
Protesters torched the Wendy's last night, 36 people were arrested.

Meantime in Southern California, protester want answers about the hanging death of two black men. 24-year-old Robert Fuller was found hanging from a tree in Palmdale last Wednesday. Police say the death appears to be a suicide but protesters are demanding a full investigation. In east of Palmdale, in Victorville, 38-year-old Malcom Harsch was found hanging from a tree on May 31st. The police say no foul play is suspected. But in a statement, the family questions that. "We want justice", they said, "not comfortable excuses".


2.    As calls go around  the country to defund police in favor of community policing, South Carolina Congressman James Clyburn says he's not onboard(does not support). The House Majority Whip and one of the leading African-Americans in the House told CNN "State of The Union", police forces need to be restructured and re-imagined.

“The fact of the matter is that police have a role to play. What we’ve got to do is make sure that their role is one that meets the times, one that responds to these communities that they operate in.”
事实是警察的角色还是有用的。我们要做的是确保他们的角色与时俱进,要听取所服务社区的呼声。

And Clyburn says he was in sense over the shooting death of Brooks, saying the 27-year-old's actions did not call for a lethal force.


3.    China is re-imposing some lockdown measures over fears of a second wave of cv cases. In Beijing this weekend more than 122 people are confirmed to have the virus. NPR's XX reports, all of the cases are linked to one wholesale market that's apply to the city.

Authorities have tested nearly 6000 people at the market and lockdown 11 surrounding residential communities. After more than 120 cases confirmed since Friday, nearly half exhibited no symptoms. The 新发地 market calls itself the largest produce农产品 market in Asia and supplies Beijing and its environs with much of fresh vegetables and fruits. Health authorities said Saturday Beijing is now a "Wartime Emergency". Chinese health authorities say at least sample from the market were found with coronavirus strains新冠病毒毒株 more similar to a strain prevalent in Europe. Basics suggested the new outbreak began from imported food handled at the market.

注:北京市疾控中心杨鹏表示,北京新发地的病毒溯源还在进一步调查中。“通过全基因组测序发现病毒是从欧洲方向来的,初步判定与输入性有关。但病毒到底怎么来的,还无法确定。有可能是污染的海产品或肉类,或者进入市场的人通过分泌物进行传播。”

4.    US Futures Contracts are trading lower this hour.


5.    A group of African countries is asking the UN Human Rights Council to hold an urgent debate on the current racially-inspired human rights violations, this is over the killing of George Floyd. XX has more.

The debate of the Human Rights Council will focus on Floyd's death while in police custody and on the systemic racism in the United States that doesn’t hold the perpetrators accountable for their crimes. It also will deal with the many human rights violations and unchecked police brutality suffered by people of African descent in other countries around the world.


6.    South Korean's security agencies held an emergency meeting today, following threats from North Korea. As NPR's XX reports from Seoul, the South Korean military says it is prepared to respond to any situation involving the North.

Security officials called on North Korea to stick to its commitments, such as the 2018 agreement aimed at reducing military tensions. Last week North Korea cut all communication channels with the South. On Saturday state media quoted North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's sister Yo Jong, as saying we will soon take our next action, adding that the action would be military and referring to the South as the enemy. Pyongyang claims it's punishing Seoul for allowing defectors to send propaganda pamphlets into the North. But experts believe Pyongyang may also be trying to distract from economic hardships at home.


7.    Crude Oil Futures trading lower down 1 and 3 quarters of a percent(1.75%), at $35.64 a barrel.
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For a third weekend, protestors across the country are marching against police brutality and racism in the wake of the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police. As NPR’s Eric Westervelt reports, questions about the death of black men in Atlanta and Southern California are adding new momentum to the protests.

“The fatal shooting Friday night at Rayshard Brooks, a black man, by a white Atlanta officer, after a sobriety test in the Wendy’s parking lot has lead to the firing on the officer and resignation of the Atlanta police chief, Erika Shields. Atlanta’s Mayor says the fire over a taser was a not justified use of deadly force.

Protestors torched the Wendy’s last night, 36 people were arrested. Meantime, in Southern California protestors want answers about the hanging death of two black men. 24-year-old Robert Fuller was found hanging from a tree in Palmdale last Wednesday. Police said the death appears to be a suicide, but protestors are demanding a full investigation. And east of Palmdale, in Victorville, thirty-year-old Malcolm Harsch was found hanging from a tree on May, 31st. The police’s saying no foul play is suspected. But in a statement, the family questions that. ‘We want justice’, they said, ‘not comfortable excuses.’

Eric Westervelt, NPR News.
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