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'The blood’s gone, the bullets are gone': Massacre Survivors Fear Bolivia's Military Will Get Away with Murder
Interim President Jeanine Áñez has ruled herself out of running for president in Bolivia's upcoming elections, but she oversaw atrocious human rights violations during her year in power.
Mwazulu Diyabanza has spent the summer of 2020 trying to reclaim African art from museums in Europe.
Mom Loses 3 Senses After Cops Threw Tear Gas Canister Into Her Face, Sparking a Movement Against 'Non-Lethal' Weapons in Chile
The use of tear gas and rubber bullets by the police in Chile have seriously injured more than 460 victims during the country’s ongoing protest movement, which accounts for the highest count of eye trauma incidents in the world.
“He belongs in a museum,” read the plaques. “Not on our streets.”
Organisers said the demonstration was organised in the original anti-racist spirit of Carnival, to “celebrate emancipation from slavery” and “express what freedom means to us as a minority”.
Ken Hinds had to take legal action after London's Metropolitan Police threatened him for organising a demonstration.
A witness claims he saw police knee Andre Moura in the head 'several times' before he was restrained. He later died in custody.
Respondents said the money should instead be spent on youth work, social care and mental health services.
Charles Ehikioya has been with The Met Police for 22 years, and now plans to sue the force.
An Australian police department is "making inquiries" to find out how 150 email addresses were made public.
Black Lives Matter campaigners in Northern Ireland say they faced police "aggression" while far-right protests were treated with a hands off approach.
Today, Hackney Council announced that it would be evicting Sistah Space from its office on east London’s Mare Street.