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Live from NPR News, I'm J* Herbs
Protests over the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man in Minneapolis police custody continued today. In Los Angeles this hour the protestors marching along the road, set fire to several police cruises and vandalizing others. It turned to a standoff with the police, several of the demonstrators have been detained. and those protests erupted around the country over the past several days that has Attorney General William Barr is accusing the far-left radicals have been behind the violence that erupted connections with some of the protests over Floyds death. NPR Ryan Lucas has more.

Barr says the outrages over Floyd’s death is real and legitimate, and the criminal justice system is moving quickly to hold those responsible to account. But Barr said unfortunately in many cities peaceful protests over Floyd death are being hijacked by what he called violent far left extremist group.

“Group of outside radicals and agitators are exploiting the saturation, to pursuit their own separate and violent agenda.”

Barr did not offer any evidence to support that assertation, but he warned that it is federal crime to cross state line to inside and participate what he called violent riot; he said the justice department will enforce those laws. Ryan Locus NPR News Washington.

New York governor Andrew Cuomo said the state's Attorney General will review the violent clashes that erupted in Brooklyn last night after thousands of people gathered to protest. A* O stationed SHU has more.

New York City Police say multiple officers were injured and at least 200 people have been arrested, as protestors threw water bottle at officers and destroyed police vehicles. Governor Andrew Cuomo said the Attorney General will review the action by the crowd and police tactics.
“People do deserve answers and people do deserve accountability, if someone did something wrong, they should be held accountable.”
More protests are happening today throughout the city including one in Staten island where Eric Garner died six years ago after a police officer placed him in choke hold. For NPR news I'm D* in New York.

## was a peaceful protest today, Wisconsin public radio Bridget Boden has more.
About two thousand people marched from Wisconsin state capital to the county jail to a house with two black teenagers were killed by police in 2015. Protestor Gordon King stood on top of a car and spoke to the crowd about damage to property by protestors in other cities.
“We have been hurt to the point where now buildings, buildings were… by people were being destroyed. No, but do I understand, yeah…”
Protestor organizers and volunteers handed out water, hand sanitizers and marks. For NPR news, I’m Bridget Bolden in Madison.
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You know the Kingdom is threating to create a path to British citizenship for millions of people in Hong Kong if china doesn’t suspend a nation security law, as NPR Frank Langfitt reports a new law is seen as striping semi-autonomies territory, a key freedom.

When United Kingdom handed Hong Kong back to Chinese control in 1997, Beijing promised to allow people in form of British colony to enjoy their way of life including free speech and pollical freedom for 50 years. Many in Hong Kong and elsewhere think Beijing’s decision to impose a national security law threatens those freedoms. So, in a remarkable move, the UK is now threating to give many Hongkongers a path to British citizenship as a way out. The Chinese government bitterly opposed to such a plan, says it will violate international law where many Hongkongers to choose their form of colonial master over China. it could prove embarrassment to communist party and economic damaging to Hong Kong. Frank Langfitt NPR News, London.

NASA's first astronaut space launch, from US soil nearly a decade, was success this afternoon as two America astronauts on bard of space X ## to International Space Station. This trip has been a historical one, it is a public private partnership to restart America man space flight. NASA in the past has acting rely on Russian’s rocket to get astronaut to the space station because the agency retired the space shuttle in 2011.
I am G* Herbs, and you are listening to NPR News from Washington.
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1.  Protest against police violence continued across the nation today including Washington with a march from a historically black university to the White House. NPR's XX has more.

The peaceful protest march went nearly 2 miles from Howard University霍华德大学 to Lafayette Park, just across from the White House. Protesters stretched for blocks and chanted about "George Floyd", the Minneapolis man who died after a cop kneeled down on his neck. And they also chanted the names of other black police-violence-victims. Protesters additionally chanted their anger at President Trump. The marches remain in Lafayette Park where as on Sunday evening protesters were lined up a barricade facing a line of parked police as well as a line of secret service in riot gear.


2.   Minnesota Attorney-General Keith Ellison says mistakes were made in the response to protest last night after peaceful protesters and journalists were tear-gassed, shot with rubber bullets and pepper spray. As NPR's XX reports, that happened even though they have credentials and their hands were in the air.

"I'm so sad about those unfortunate incidents. And I really hate that that happening."

But as things at this moment a difficult situation, the City and State want the streets at night to "restore order" after hundreds of buildings were damaged or burned in continued protests in ____ cities. He says "mistakes for me it's sad it happened".

"That should not happen. We need to hold, hold for accountable and reiterate the policy, and make sure that people who are just peacefully protesting aren't injured, but we get to the point where after 3 nights of just burning our city down, we had to do something."

Tonight in Minneapolis and many other cities a restrict curfew will again be imposed.


3.  And Seattle is under a 5 PM curfew again today after hundreds of volunteers spent a day sweeping up glassing, cleaning up from vandalism during Saturday's protest. NPR's XX reports.

Mayor Jenny Durkan, who's also a former US attorney says most protesters had been peaceful and as she talk to fellow big city mayors she's come to this conclusion.

"Much of the violence and destruction both here in Seattle and across the country has been instigated and perpetuated not by the people most impacted by generations of discrimination and institutional racism, but by young Whiteman."

Seattle's African American police chief KB said while she was angry about the death of George Floyd, she also says she saw "unprecedented hostility toward police who are attacked with bottles and rocks.


4.  The price of a gallon of gas is on the rise. The Lundberg Survey shows the average price of a gallon of regular rose 8 cents in the past two weeks to 2 dollars 5 cents a gallon that though is 88 cents less than it was a year ago.


5.  Pope Francis appeared today at a Vatican window overlooking Saint Peter's square for his first new address in three month as Italy eases cv restrictions. NPR's XX reports, only a few hundred people came to hear the Pope compared to the tens of thousands who attended the Sunday address before the pandemic.

Pope Francis led the crowd in silent prayer for medical workers who lost their lives helping others. Italy is one of the hardest hit countries with the death toll of more than 33,000, including hundreds of health worker. Then departed from his prepared remarks, the Pope said healing people not saving money to help the economy is important. Healing people / are more important than the economy. He do not mention any countries but it was a clear reference to governments currently weigh whether to reopen their economies, to save jobs, or to continue lockdowns to ensure the virus is under control. People in the square wore masks and stood well apart from each other.


6.  The forecourt in front of Paris's Notre Dame Cathedral has been deep cleaned and once again open to public more than a year after a devastating fire did heavy damage to the centuries-old building. Officials say it took several cleanings to remove the toxic lead dust as a result of the fire. That area will continued to be cleaned but the Cathedral is closed and it will be for several years during renovations.

7.  US futures contract are trading lower at this hour. Dow future's contract down about 7/10 of a percent.
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