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Were planning an attack on the White house, the American was sentenced to 15 years in prison

In the United States court sentenced a resident of the U.S. state of Georgia on charges of attempted attack on the White house with weapons and explosives to 15 years in prison, according to a press release on the website of the Ministry of justice of the United States.

"Chaser Jallal Taheb (Hasher Jallal Taheb), 23-year-old resident of cumming, Georgia, was sentenced to 15 years in prison for attempting to attack the White house," - said in a press release.

The Governor of Georgia introduced a state of emergency and activated the national guard because of the riots

The Governor of the state of Georgia in the United States Brian Kemp on Monday declared a state of emergency in the city of Atlanta, which does not stop riots.

"Today the Governor Kemp issued a decree which declares a state of emergency throughout Georgia and authorizes the entry of up to 1,000 National guard troops of Georgia," - said in a statement on the website of the Governor.

Media: the United States has indicted a suspect in the murder of African American

Three white Americans, a suspect in the murder of an African-American Ahmad of Arberi, formally charged with murder with aggravating circumstances, reports on Thursday, NBC News.

Father and son, Gregory and Travis Mcmikle was arrested may 8, Arberi although shot back in February. The arrest came in the Wake of public outrage after in a network there was video of the murder. Another accused was the neighbour of Macmillan, who filmed the events. The President of the United States Donald trump promised to look into the matter.

In Atlanta, two people were killed in firing during protests

Two people were killed and five wounded in the shooting incident in Atlanta in the U.S. state of Georgia, informs television channel Fox with reference to the police.

According to police, unknown persons opened fire from a car near Edgewood in East Atlanta around 6 PM on Saturday. Two people were killed, five were wounded and were taken to the hospital in serious condition, say police. There is an investigation of the incident.

In Atlanta there have been protests due to the death of another African American

Protests in which participants called to dismiss the head of the city police for the murder of an African American law enforcement officer, were held in the U.S. city of Atlanta, Georgia, reports the Washington Post.

According to the state police with reference to appeared in social networks video, 27-year-old black man Rashard Brooks was shot by a police officer on Friday evening. Law enforcement authorities received a complaint about sleeping in the car in the Parking lot at the cafe person. During the conflict with the police after carrying out a test for alcohol intoxication, which showed a positive result, the man grabbed the stun gun of a police officer and tried to flee, whereupon the police officer shot him. Brooks died in the hospital after surgery.

The three accused in the murder of an African American in the United States has transferred in court

The judiciary in the state of Georgia transferred the case to the court three accused in the murder of African American Ahmad of Arberi, reports channel CBC News.

Father and son, Gregory and Travis Macmail was arrested may 8, Arberi although shot back in February. The arrest came in the Wake of public outrage after in a network there was video of the murder. Another accused was the neighbour of Macmillan, who filmed the events. The President of the United States Donald trump promised to look into the matter.

In the US, the turtle flew into the windshield of a moving car

In the US, the turtle flew into the windshield of a moving car, reports UPI.

In Savannah, located in Georgia, Latoniya Lark was driving. In the front seat was her brother Kevin Grant. They were shocked when the windshield flew into a turtle. The animal was stuck.

In Atlanta the crowd stoned police cars and Windows of the headquarters of CNN

A crowd of protesters in connection with the death of an African-American to George Floyd at the hands of police perpetrated acts of vandalism in downtown Atlanta, Georgia, according to footage on local TV channels.

The protesters smashed several police cars, and one of them was set on fire. Went near the place of the March to the CNN building — its glass wall broke, and the logo of TV at the entrance painted offensive slogans.