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Gulf Today Report
In Texas, a sheriff relieved seven officers of their duties on Thursday following the death of a Black man, Marvin D. Scott III in their custody.
Scott, 26, arrested after a March 14 disturbance at an outlet mall, was acting in an erratic manner and police were concerned for his safety because of the possible ingestion of drugs, they said at the time.
After he was handed over to the county jail, Scott was restrained and pepper-sprayed leading to his death, sources added that a spit hood was placed over his head.
"Evidence I have seen confirms that these detention officers violated well-established sheriff’s office policies and procedures," Jim Skinner, the sheriff of Collin county said.
According to the media, Scott was arrested by Allen city police on a marijuana possession charge.
It added that he has less than two ounces of the drug on him at the time of arrest, which is a misdemeanour.
The child had reportedly been disruptive during school hours and walked out of the building while the headteacher was speaking to her.
Several more vehicles also crashed into the truck amid dense fog around the crash scene on Highway 84 in Lubbock County, Texas, the news channel reported.
Beyonce made an impassioned appeal for justice Monday in the case of Breonna Taylor, the African American woman shot dead by plainclothes police as she slept at home, calling for criminal charges against the officers involved.
Priority would be given to those who are registered in the Hajj electronic system and whose data have been previously updated.
"The FNC is confident that the UAE, under President His Highness Sheikh Mohamed, will see a new era of achievements and development. The country will continue to be the nation of giving, tolerance, safety and security," Ghobash said.
The move, which will bring total available funding for projects over the next 15 months to $30 billion, was unveiled hours before a major United Nations meeting on global food security.
The Kuwaiti authorities have arrested three people involved in reckless driving and shooting with a Kalashnikov rifle at a wedding party venue, the Kuwaiti Ministry of Interior said on Wednesday.