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1. U.S. president Donald Trump has vowed to end the riots and lawlessness across the country. But clashes between police and protesters erupted for a seventh night Monday. Even as big city mayors impose curfews to keep people off the streets and national guard troops were deployed to quell the violence. The often peaceful daytime demonstration spawned by the death last week of a black man, while in police custody in Minneapolis, Minnesota, degenerated as night descended into angry street confrontations between protesters and police in several cities. But Trump on Tuesday morning declared on Twitter, Washington had no problems last night. Many arrests great job done by all overwhelming force domination. Likewise, Minneapolis was great.

2. Former Vice President Joe Biden, President Trump's presumptive Democratic opponent in the November national election, attacked the U.S. leader's response to the week of coast-to-coast violence. When peaceful protesters dispersed in order for a president, a president, from the doorstep of the people's house, the White House. Using tear gas and flash grenades, in order to stage a photo op, a photo op, at one of the most historic churches in the country, or at least Washington D.C. We can be forgiven for believing that the president is more interested in power than in principle. The former Vice President is referring to yesterday when police fired tear gas and rubber bullets at peaceful protesters to clear a park across the street from the White House shortly before an early evening curfew took a fact. A short time later, President Trump took a short walk through the park to stand in front of the nearby fire-damaged St. John's Episcopal Church, often referred to as the Church of the Presidents.

3. A Minneapolis medical examiner has classified George Floyd's death as a homicide, saying his heart stopped as police restrained him and compressed his neck. The medical examiner's report also lists heart disease and hypertension as other significant conditions. A Floyd's family said Monday that its independent autopsy found Floyd died by asphyxiation and their attorney called for charges against the police officer to be upgraded to first degree murder.

4. International soccer federation FIFA has urged soccer competition organizers to apply common sense and consider not sanctioning players who express support for George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter movement. In a statement to the Associated Press news agency, FIFA said it fully understands the depth of sentiment and concerns expressed by many footballers. The statement came after displays by players and weekend games in Germany. England winger Jadon Sancho received a yellow card offence while playing on Sunday for removing his jersey to reveal a T-shirt with a justice for George Floyd message.

5. Officials in Africa have expressed their concern over developments in the US, following the death of Mr. Floyd. The head of the African Union described Floyd's death as an act of murder, while South Africa's ruling party is calling for calm in the U.S. statements from the African continent could portend a shift in global relations and hopefully, analysts say, make a your point whether you live in Minneapolis or Monrovia.

6. More than 375,000 deaths resulting from Covid-19 have been recorded globally, more than 105,000 in the U. S. The number of worldwide infections is well above 6.2 million and above 1.8 million in the U. S. The Florida Keys welcome visitors for the first time in two months as they are trying to return to normalcy after having closed down as many businesses did in late March because of the coronavirus. The Colosseum also opened its doors in Rome, ferries restarted in Bangladesh and golfers played in Greece. But as tourist destinations worldwide reopened for business, new rules were in place to guard against the virus' spread.
                                                   
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