Police officers stand guard towards George Floyd protestors in Minneapolis, Minnesota. (UnSplash)
The Justice Department on Friday issued a withering critique of Minneapolis police, alleging that they systematically discriminated against racial minorities, violated constitutional rights and disregarded the safety of people in custody for years before George Floyd was killed. The report was the result of a sweeping two-year
Prosecutors in the trial of three former Minneapolis police officers charged with violating George Floyd’s civil rights accused the men on Monday of standing by as fellow Officer Derek Chauvin “slowly killed George Floyd right in front of them.”
Many in the Arab world were moved to rally in support and justly so. Social-media timelines were blacked out and the hashtag Black Lives Matter saw great contributions by enraged Arabs.
Last summer, millions of ordinary Americans took to the streets to protest racism, police violence and the killing of George Floyd. In the year since, many transformed their energy and anger to action. Across the country, civilians on task forces and elected officials
United Arab Emirates President His Highness Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan made a crisp and brief opening speech at the COP28 climate summit at Expo City in Dubai. He recalled first President of the UAE Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan’s vision of sustainable development by
The Business & Philanthropy Climate Forum, COP28’s private-sector engagement platform to convene global business leaders and philanthropists, concluded its first day yesterday, with the announcement of a range of transformative climate and nature initiatives, and commitments to mobilise
The prodigiously hyped debate between Gavin Newsom and Ron DeSantis was never going to be more than a diversion, a brief sideshow running parallel to the main attraction — the actual campaign for the White House. California’s Democratic governor is not a candidate for president, as