Authorities Say They’ve Arrested Truck Driver Who Drove at Crowd of Protesters


The 18-year-old's message of anti-racism arrives following the death of Floyd and days of sustained protests and demonstrations in Minneapolis, MN, as well as multiple other cities across the world.

Ammar Aref, who owns a corner grocery store in Minneapolis blocks from where Floyd was killed, said he has stayed opened every day, but he doesn't know how much stock to order and his employees don't want to come to work.

It's after this, Chauvin pulled the 46-year-old from the vehicle and placed his left knee on the back of Mr Floyd's neck for eight minutes and 46 seconds, the warrant reads.

The Black Lives Matter movement is hitting home for people in Hastings as they join thousands across the country in protests following the death of George Floyd.

The politically-charged hacker group targeted the police department for its "horrific track record of violence and corruption" in an nearly four-minute video.

It doesn't appear any protesters were hit by the truck.

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Mr Raab told Sky's Sophy Ridge on Sunday: "I'm not going to start commenting on the commentary or indeed the press statements that other world leaders make, or indeed the United States president". The officers then knelt with the assembled protesters for a moment of prayer.

Police maintained a low-key presence as the protestors defied strict coronavirus regulations demanding gatherings be restricted to a maximum 100 people, who must maintain social distancing.

"If you are not standing in solidarity with the black community TODAY and EVERYDAY. We'll do everything we can to make people feel safe in Brunswick". Floyd was seen begging as he was unable to breathe. The 13th amendment of the U.S. Constitution has a loophole that allows for slavery, she said.

Mayor Keller said the city stands with those who are calling for justice. "It goes a lot further than that".

Protesters in Boston on Sunday.

The Metropolitan police said they arrested five people outside the embassy - two for assault on police, the others for violating coronavirus lockdown guidelines.