Police detained nine participants of the protests and unrest that occurred earlier in the U.S. city of Portland, said in a statement law enforcement officers.
Earlier, local law enforcement agencies reported that protesters in Portland late on Saturday evening local time, set the fire police Association of the city and used a blinding laser against police officers, three police officers were injured. To 02.00 local time (12.00 GMT) most of the protesters dispersed.
Attorney General — the head of the Ministry of justice of the United States William Barr called the anti-fascist movement, which is actively involved in the American protests, Bolsheviks, Communists and fascists.
"This is a revolutionary group that is interested in some form of socialism, of communism. They are in fact the Bolsheviks. And their fascist tactics," said Barr in an interview with Fox News.
Famous African politician, former Deputy Prime Minister of Gabon Bruno Ben Moubamba converted to Orthodoxy and was baptized in the Moscow Church, he was given the Christian name of Vladimir, said a member of the Synodal biblical-theological Commission of the Russian Orthodox Church, rector of the Church of the life-giving Trinity on the Vorobyovy hills Archpriest Andrey Novikov.
"The Day of the baptism of Rus the Lord has vouchsafed to make kinoprem the Orthodoxy of the former Deputy Prime Minister of Gabon Bruno Ben Moubamba David (at his request)," - wrote Novikov on his page in Facebook.
Professor at Northwestern University in the US practice leader for international studies VTSIOM Olga Kamenchuk-Nisbet explained the reasons Europeans support the movement Black Lives Matter.
Earlier, the cities of the US, a wave of protests and unrest after the death in Minneapolis at the hands of police of African-American George Floyd. After the death of Floyd intensified the movement Black Lives Matter, which is against the violence against the black population.
The mayor of Seattle Jenny Durkan reported that introduced in the city due to the unrest, the Federal agents left the city.
She noted that directing Federal agents in Seattle, Portland and other cities, the President of the United States Donald trump wanted to have increased the level of violence.
Trump accused the media of distorting data on the participation of Federal forces in the crackdown on protests in Seattle and Portland, he stated on Monday.
According to him, in Portland Federal forces are also "to protect Federal property, including the courthouse, which (without them) would not have lasted a day."
The Federal Bureau of investigation, the United States launched an investigation against the organizers and participants of night disorders in Portland, according to the publication the Washington Examiner, citing sources.
The investigation is conducted against the groups and individuals behind the unrest, during which protesters attacked Federal agents and the Federal agencies.
Protesters in Oakland California in the American set fire to the building of the local court, broke Windows of the police station and attacked police officers.
According to the police, the protesters threw "dangerous projectiles" at officers and broke Windows of the police station and have painted graffiti on the walls of the building. Some protesters try to tear down barricades set by the police.
One person was killed in a shooting during protests in the U.S. city of Austin, Texas, according to local police.
According to police, the suspect shot from the car, he was arrested.
At least 45 people were arrested during the riots in Seattle, at least 21 law enforcement officer injured, according to local police.
Earlier it was reported about 25 detainees and the three injured police officers. The local police declared events in city revolt.
In Seattle during the riots, detained at least 25 people, local police announced taking place in the city revolt.
Law enforcement said that the protesters torched the construction trailer and construction on the property of a detention center for juvenile offenders, and attempted to blow up the wall of the police station. Protesters throw stones at police, bottles and explosives, hit the glass buildings.
The number of detainees during the riots in the us city of Seattle has risen to 25, according to local police.
Earlier it was reported about 11 detainees. The local police declared events in city revolt.
A Federal judge in the United States blocked the new law Seattle, forbidding police to use tear gas on the background of the riots that broke out in the city, told the local Seattle Times newspaper.
According to the newspaper, the law was to take effect on Sunday, his blocking occurs ahead of the weekend, which is expected to be marked with another protest in the city.
Clashes between protesters and Federal agents continued to American Portland, where for more than 50 days did not abate the excitement, the correspondent of RIA Novosti.
To disperse hundreds of protesters near the courthouse, Federal agents again used tear gas and stun grenades. This occurred after several dozen protesters began to shake the fence around the courthouse and throw it through her firecrackers and incendiary shells.
In the United States court refused to impose a temporary ban on the holding of the Federal law enforcement agencies of arrests during the protests in Portland, who was made attorney General of Oregon, said in a court document.
Earlier it was reported that the attorney General of Oregon, Ellen Rosenblum wants to achieve a temporary ban on police detentions, arguing that those held for no apparent reason. It was noted that the defendants are the Department of homeland security, U.S. marshals, Customs and border protection service and the Federal security service of the United States.
The President of the United States Donald trump is pissed about how the Secretary of defense mark Esper has signed a Memorandum of demonstration of flags at military installations where it was not allowed among the Confederate flag, according to CNN, citing informed sources.
Earlier it was reported that Esper has signed a Memorandum of demonstration of flags at military sites where the number of allowed missing the Confederate flag. The list of allowed to posting on military facilities or territories of flags consists of nine items, in which there is no mention of the Confederate flag. An exception is made for museums, tombs, monuments and a number of other situations in which it "cannot be considered as the flag support from the Ministry of defense."
The government of the U.S. Chicago (Illinois) removed from the city Park a monument to the discoverer of America Christopher Columbus previously caused the protests in the city, reports the local edition of the Chicago-Sun Times.
Last Friday a large group of people protesting against racism, gathered at Grant Park, where is a monument. It was reported that the protesters threw in the detention order different items, they in turn used against the protesters with batons. Detained 12 people, in addition, affected about 18 police officers.
The staff of the Federal security services in the U.S. Portland have no right to arrest journalists or to threaten them with arrest, reports Reuters, citing a judicial decision.
District judge Michael Simon ruled that the use of force against members of the press are illegal even under the protection of government property, which involved Federal agents.
Almost two-thirds of Americans support standing against racism movement Black Lives Matter ("black Lives matter"), which organizes protests in the country, according to a survey conducted by ABC in conjunction with the publication Washington Post.
According to the survey, support for the movement said 63% of the US population, and among blacks the figure was 93%, and among white - 54%.
The number of injured in shooting in Chicago has risen to 15, police reported several suspects, reports CBS News.
According to police, the condition of six injured is critical, the rest feel fine. It is noted that all the victims were adults.
Senators Bernie Sanders and Jeff Merck has prepared a draft law restricting the actions of Federal police in the USA and requiring the police to wear the insignia.
"Together with Senator (Democrat) Jeff Merk, Oregon I introduce a bill that will significantly restrict the activities of the Federal military in our municipalities," wrote Sanders in a message to supporters.
District attorney St Louis Missouri Kim Gardner told the associated Press news Agency that brought the case to a few, pointed their guns at the protesters.
Mark McCloskey Patricia charged with unlawful use of a weapon and assault in the fourth, least significant degree.
At least 12 police officers were injured during the riots that erupted in Seattle on Sunday, according to the police Department of the city.
"The persons who participated in a large demonstration on Sunday, are responsible for significant damage to buildings owned by governments and private institutions in Seattle. At least a dozen officers were injured, made two arrests," - said in a statement to the police.
The candidate in US presidents from Democratic party Joe Biden supported the ban of the Pentagon on the display of the Confederate flag, but criticized the ban on the LGBT flag, promising to return it right.
"The ban of the Confederate flag at military facilities is long overdue. The ban of the LGBT flag is a real symbol of diversity and inclusiveness is undoubtedly wrong. The Pentagon should ensure that will solve it, or I'll do it as President," he wrote Sunday on his Twitter.
The US President Donald trump once again opposed the renaming of military bases named after generals of the Confederacy.
The President confirmed that he is ready to veto a draft defense budget for fiscal year 2021, if there is a provision to rename the FORTS.
The proliferation of the Black Lives Matter movement ("black Lives matter") suggests that people are tired of discrimination and inequalities, said the UN Secretary-General antónio Guterres.
The Secretary General acts on video with a lecture in memory of the fighter against the apartheid regime in South Africa Nelson Mandela, born July 18, 1918.
About eighteen police officers were injured in the us in Chicago, protecting the monument to the Navigator Christopher Columbus (1451-1506) from protesting against racism, told the local edition of the Chicago Sun-Times, citing law enforcement authorities.
According to the newspaper, the incident occurred on Friday evening. A large group of people gathered in Grant Park, where is a monument, about 16.20 local time. According to the publication, at some point, the protesters held onto the ends of the rope draped over the statue.
The family of black George Floyd, who was killed in detention by police, has filed a lawsuit against the city government of Minneapolis, in which the incident occurred, reports the associated Press.
The claim was forwarded to the district court of the state of Minnesota and in addition to the authorities of the town calls as defendants are the four officers involved in the arrest of Floyd.
At least three police officers were seriously injured in an attack by protesters against brutality and police violence in new York city, according to local police.
"Three officers were brutally attacked protesters crossing the Brooklyn bridge. Officers received serious wounds," - said in a statement, city police on Twitter.
The movement Black Lives Matter in support of the fight against racism ceases to be the only socio-political: his supporters increasingly speak the language of the Bible. However, instead of Jesus Christ they have a different Messiah — George Floyd. As a victim of police brutality turned into an idol of millions and how it seriously — in the material RIA Novosti.
"He was tall and broad-shouldered. And the strongest — for which he was elected leader of the robber band. With accomplices he robbed the house, attacked the travellers. But at one point decided to change and get on the right path".
The President of the United States Donald trump considers "terrible" the question of why African Americans die at the hands of law enforcement officers in the United States.
"And white too (die). What a horrible question. And white, too. More white, by the way," said trump in an interview with a white reporter on CBS.
The police of the city of Allentown, Pennsylvania began an internal investigation in connection with the actions of the police during the arrest of an African-American, reports channel ABC.
About incident it became known on Saturday, when a video of the detention issued by the local branch of the organization Black Lives Matter. The footage shows three police pressed to the ground, African-American males, whose hands are shackled behind her back with handcuffs. One of the guards first hand, and then knee presses the head and neck of men to the ground. He yells. In this way at the end of may in Minneapolis was strangled by another black American George Floyd, whose death led to mass protests across the country.
Founded by the Belgian king Leopold II colonizer Museum for Central Africa in Brussels intends to play a key role in the study of the colonial past of Belgium and to help to achieve reconciliation within the country and its former colonies, said in an interview with RIA Novosti General Director of the Museum Guido Grissell.
The death of the African-American George Floyd at the hands of a white police officer in Minneapolis was revived in Belgium in dialogue about their own colonial past and the figure of the king of the Belgians Leopold II, who ruled from 1865 to 1909. Monuments to Leopold, known for his cruel policies in the Congo in the nineteenth century, was attacked and desecrated during the recent protests in Belgium itself. Unknowns doused the monument with red paint, symbolizing the blood of the Congolese people. Activists started collecting signatures to remove from the streets and squares of Brussels all the monuments depicting the king of the colonizer.
Belgium can officially apologize to its former African colonies, this question is studied by a special parliamentary Commission, told RIA Novosti the Belgian academician, Director of the Royal Africa Museum Guido Grissell.
The king of the Belgians Philippe of 30 June for the first time expressed regret over the suffering caused to the people of the Congo in the period when this country was a possession of his ancestor, Leopold II, and then a Belgian colony. However, the official apologies Belgium has not yet been brought.
American rock band Bon Jovi dedicated the new song "American Reckoning" memory of the African-American George Floyd and anti-racist protests that swept the U.S., reports Rolling Stone.
According to the leader of the group Jon Bon Jovi's new song "American Reckoning" is the reaction of musicians to the death of Floyd and the ensuing protests against racism.
Utah Governor Gary Herbert declared a state of emergency in the state capital, salt lake city, in connection with the outbreak in the city during the protests, reports The Hill.
A group of demonstrators gathered Thursday night outside the local Prosecutor's office after the Agency announced that the use of force in the incident with 22-year-old Bernardo Palacios-a Carbajal, who died in the shooting by police was justified. According to police, after protesters began to smash Windows in the building of Prosecutor's office, a meeting of people declared to be illegal. In addition, as reported, the demonstrators used pepper gas against the police. As a result, one police officer was taken to hospital, two protesters were detained.
Commission of the state Capitol of Tennessee on Thursday voted for the dismantling of a bust of Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest from the building, according to local newspaper the Tennessean.
It is reported that the Commission met at the request of the Governor of the state bill Lee, who offered to postpone the bust of the slave trader and the leader of the "Ku Klux Klan" Forrest from the Capitol to the Museum. According to the newspaper, for the dismantling of the bust voted nine members, two voted against. It is noted that their opposition was expressed by Republican Jack Johnson and Matthew hill. Republican Senator Johnson stated that he voted against because his voice "is the will of the U.S. Senate," in which the majority of the Republicans.
In front of the Trump Tower skyscraper on the roadway of Fifth Avenue caused big yellow inscription Black lives matter ("black Lives matter"), the correspondent of RIA Novosti.
On this stretch of Fifth Avenue is closed for car traffic. Wanting to fit in and be photographed on the background of the label.
The image of Jesus Christ contrary to the black canons of the Church, because he was not an African American, said on Thursday, RIA Novosti the head of the expert Council of the Russian Orthodox Church on Church art, architecture and restoration Archpriest Leonid Kalinin.
Earlier picture of black Jesus Christ, a variation on the theme of the famous frescoes Leonardo da Vinci's last supper, received the same name, appeared on the altar of Saint Albany Cathedral in England as a sign of solidarity with the movement Black Lives Matter. Before that, the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby urged the Church of England to revise the image of Christ as the white man. According to the Daily Mail, the Abbot of Saint Albany Cathedral less than a week after the call Welby has agreed to place on the altar picture, which in 2009 wrote the artist Lorna may Wadsworth. Of Christ she wrote with a dark-skinned Jamaican.
Any Church participation in the movement Black Lives Matter would be politicized, forced Christians by the activists of this movement to commit any action also is absolutely unacceptable, said RIA Novosti Deputy head of the Synodal Department of the Moscow Patriarchate on relations of the Church with society and the media Vakhtang Kipshidze.
"We believe that no matter what was the cause of the beginning of this movement, at the moment it has acquired a very definite and undeniable political overtones. Therefore, we believe that any Church participating in this movement would be too politicized," said Kipshidze.
The appropriations Committee of the U.S. house of representatives released a draft defense budget, which implies the allocation of 1 million dollars to rename military bases and other military objects, called the names of the generals of the slave South in the Civil war.
The bill still must make the full composition of the Senate, house of representatives, and only then he will be President Donald Trump.
The concept of freedom of speech and freedom of the media in the US completely destroyed, said the official representative of Russian foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova.
Zakharov said that "the collapse of the myth about the freedom of the media" in the United States is an accomplished fact.
The police of the city of Martinez in California are looking for two white men who attempted to paint appeared on the asphalt anti-racist slogan Black Lives Matter ("black Lives matter"), told CNN.
According to the TV station, slogan, under which the U.S. end of may and held protests against racism, appeared on the asphalt in the city with the permission of the local authorities. The video, posted by an eyewitness on YouTube and widespread local police, seen as a white woman trying to paint black paint large yellow letters on the pavement, erasing thus the inscription, and accompanying white male says that there is no racism there.
The genuflecting of police with protesters is acceptable, unless it is the expression of a political position, but simply in solidarity with the society, says ex-police Raj of Ramnarine from Minnesota.
He worked in the police in different capacities for 25 years.
. "Stop financing the police" — this radical call of the protesters is partially performed in new York. The NYPD (New York Police Department) deprive a billion dollars — one-sixth of the budget. Why is this not only angered the supporters of law and order, but also those who campaigned for such measures — versed RIA Novosti.
The city Council decided Wednesday, 1 July. According to mayor bill De Blasio, new York city police officers have many innovations.
Twenty-one people were detained in Portland (USA, Washington) after collisions of demonstrators with law enforcement officers, said local police.
In the night of Sunday, the police pushed the protesters, who threw her into firecrackers, bottles, bricks, rocks and paint-filled balloons.
One of the police officers in the United States, accused of killing African-American George Floyd during the arrest, released on bail, said the public database of prison in the County of Hennepin.
Dismissed from the police That Tao released on 4 July, according to the data base.
Protesters at the White House in Washington burned an American flag after the speech of the President of Donald trump's speech on the occasion of US independence Day, according to NBC.
The protesters, according to TV channel, during the incident, shouted slogans against "slavery, genocide and war" and "America was never great."
Protesters in the city of Baltimore in the American state of Maryland took off from the pedestal monument to Christopher Columbus and threw it in the Bay to the background of fireworks in the city in honor of independence Day, according to local newspaper the Baltimore Sun.
A group of protesters shouting threw the rope to the statue and took off from the pedestal, after which they rolled it out to the Bay and threw it in the water.
The United States defeated the Nazis and the Communists, and will soon overcome and left, said the President Donald trump said in a celebratory speech on the occasion of independence Day.
According to the head of the White house, "American heroes" "defeated the Nazis, overthrew the Nazis" and "Communists overthrew" and "driven to the edge of the earth" terrorists, protecting American values.
Protests in support of the movement Black Lives Matter, anti-violence against black people marched Saturday in several Australian cities, reports SBS News.
According to him, demonstrations were held in cities such as Brisbane, Darwin, Perth and Adelaide, and due to the weakening associated with the coronavirus of restrictions on their conduct was allowed.
The car drove into protesters on a closed highway in Washington state on the night of Saturday, two people were hospitalized, reported ABC News, citing the state troopers.
According to the channel, the representative of the patrol Rick Johnson reported that the car drove through the closed section of interstate 5, knocking a few people. It is noted that one person suffered life-threatening injuries, the second condition is estimated as heavy.
Three police officers sacked and one voluntarily left his position in the U.S. state of Colorado after the scandal because of the released photos where the guards with a smile, imitate a rear naked choke, which detained the African American, who died later in hospital.
The incident occurred in Aurora on 24 June 2019, when three police officers detained the suspect, they found 23-year-old Elijah McClain. During the detention he resisted, it used a rear naked choke, then had to be sedated, after which the young man lost consciousness and he suffered a cardiac arrest. He was taken to the hospital, where on June 30, he died. Supervisors then considered the behavior of law enforcement is adequate.
The Berlin transport company BVG plans to rename the metro station with the "racist" name "Mohrenstrasse" (Mohrenstraße) to the station "Ulitsa Glinka" ("Glinkastrasse"), said in a statement.
In June in the centre of Berlin unknown painted over part of the name of the metro station "Mohrenstrasse" and signs with the name of the eponymous street, with it's anti-fascist inscriptions and stickers. The plates were painted over the word "Mohren" - rough obsolete designation for the black slaves who in the 18th and 19th centuries kept at some yards in Germany.
Social network Twitter removes the terms "master", "slave" and "black list" of their programming codes, and replace them with more "inclusive" words.
"Inclusive language plays a crucial role in creating the environment in which we find ourselves. In Twitter language, which we used in our codes do not reflect our values as a company and does not represent the people we serve. We want to change it," - said in a statement the social network Twitter.
The President of the United States Donald trump expressed satisfaction with the settlement of the situation in Seattle, where earlier the police dismantled the so-called "Autonomous zone" - a few blocks occupied by protesters.
"I'm glad that in Seattle they (local authorities) solve the problem, because they knew that we (the Federal government) are ready to enter, and they did what was necessary," said trump at the event with the participation of representatives of small and medium business "Spirit of America Showcase".
The statue of Confederate General Stonewall Jackson was removed from the pedestal in Richmond in the U.S. state of Virginia, reports local TV station Wric.
Previously, the black mayor of Richmond Levar Stoney ordered to remove all the monuments to Confederate from the streets of the city.
The movement Black Lives Matter in the US, UK and some other countries is becoming increasingly anti-Christian and anti-civilizational character, the Deputy Chancellor of the Moscow Patriarchate Bishop Zelenograd Savva (Tutunov).
Constantine the Great, adopted Christianity in the Roman Empire, canonized by the Orthodox Church canonized, is honored as "equal to the apostles Emperor."
The Governor of Mississippi Tate Reeves signed a law to replace the state flag because of the presence on it of symbols of the Confederacy. The signing ceremony was broadcast channel CBS News.
Earlier the bill was approved by the House of representatives and the Senate of the state legislature. Amid protests against racist state legislators began debating a controversial symbols of the Confederacy, which is present on the flag since 1894. Flag of Mississippi - the only one in the United States, which remains the symbol of the Confederacy.
Picture of black Jesus Christ, a variation on the theme of the famous frescoes Leonardo da Vinci's last supper, received the same name, appeared on the altar of Saint Albany Cathedral in the British County of Hertfordshire as a sign of solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement ("black Lives matter"), reports the Daily Mail.
Earlier, the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby urged the Church of England to revise the image of Christ as the white man.
Minnesota, in the capital of which Minneapolis during the arrest police killed an African American George Floyd and where there were mass riots and pogroms throughout the country and the world, with different States the system of training policemen. The problem of prejudice against the police to the people traced the racial aspect.
RIA Novosti has tried to understand how police training that is done at this stage to resolve the racial issue and why, despite the selection in the profession still are unscrupulous guards.
The pair pointed their guns on the protesters, turned out to be the center of attention in the US because of the retweet Donald trump.
The President of the USA retweeted the video, which the residents of St. Louis in Missouri mark Makloski and his wife, Patricia directed at the crowd of protesters a gun and a pistol. The protesters went to the house of the Governor of the state, who lives nearby.
The trial of ex-police officers who participated in the arrest of an African-American George Floyd in Minneapolis, will begin in March next year, NBC television reported, citing Hennepin County judge Peter Cahill.
As the channel, the judge stated that "it remains to be seen" whether the trial of all four former police officers to pass at the same time, however, the first meeting will be held on 8 March 2021.
Protest against the demolition of the equestrian statue of the former U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt, who stands at the entrance to the American Museum of natural history, was held in new York, reports the New York Times.
According to the newspaper, Sunday at the monument gathered about 150 demonstrators. Among them were protesters wearing caps with the words MAGA ("let's Make America great again"), as well as protesters with flags of the American contraviene Blue Lives Matter, whose members advocate that the accused in the killings of police officers have been prosecuted for crimes motivated by hatred.
The house of representatives and the Senate of the legislative Assembly of the U.S. state of Mississippi approved a bill to replace the state flag because of the presence on it of symbols of the Confederacy, according to Mississippi Today.
Amid protests against racist state legislators began debating a controversial symbols of the Confederacy, which is present on the flag since 1894. Flag of Mississippi - the only one in the United States, which remains the symbol of the Confederacy. Governor of Mississippi Tate Reeves said earlier he was ready to sign the bill to replace the flag.
US President, Donald trump declared the full termination of acts of vandalism in the country after such actions against monuments began to be punished by lengthy prison terms.
"Since the introduction of the very powerful prison term of ten years for those who engaged in vandalism against monuments and statues, and after all over the country began to arrest many people, the vandalism ceased completely," wrote trump on Twitter.
Hundreds of activists for several days did not leave city Hall Park in front of city hall in new York- the protesters demand that the city authorities have reduced the police budget for the next fiscal year at least $ 1 billion and reallocated to support the African American community, the correspondent of RIA Novosti.
The annual budget of the NYPD is about $ 6 billion. In the 2019 financial year, this amounted to about 6% of total expenditures city of 95 billion dollars. Next fiscal year starts July 1. By this point it should be formed including the budget of the police Department.
Governor of Mississippi Tate Reeves said he was willing to sign a bill to replace the flag of the state because of the presence on it of the insignia of the Confederacy of the southern States.
Amid protests against racist state legislators began debating a controversial symbols of the Confederacy, which is present on the flag since 1894. Flag of Mississippi - the only one in the United States, which remains the symbol of the Confederacy.
Pharmacy Mohren Apotheke in Vienna decided to change the name, recognizing that the word Mohren, obsolete German term for black slaves, for many people, is discriminatory and offensive.
In a statement on the website of the pharmacy it is said that in the Middle ages, medicine in Europe was not developed, and effective medicines are supplied from Africa and Eastern countries. In this regard, as a token of appreciation the names of many pharmacies featured words like Mohren. The word in the middle Ages was used in relation to people with dark skin tone.
Law enforcement agencies of the U.S. city of Richmond, Virginia, was detained six people during the protest, held near the monument to the commander of the slave States during the Civil war, General Robert E. Lee, said the police.
As stated in the police statement, at about 22 hours on Friday (5am Saturday GMT) near the monument to General gathered about 100 people. After they began to shoot at police with paint balls, the Assembly was declared illegal.
More than a thousand people attended on Saturday a demonstration of "Black lives matter" in Berlin, the rally ended without incident, reported RIA Novosti the police.
"At the peak of the event was more than a thousand people," - said a police spokesman, noting that any serious incidents have occurred.
Netizens have disclosed the identity of an American police officer with a tattoo with the word "Russia", which provided security during the protests in Texas.
In early June, this picture appeared in social networks. Journalists drew attention to the unusual tattoo men and jokingly called him a "Russian agent".
U.S. law enforcement authorities installed a fence around the monument in the Park of Washington, depicting former American President Abraham Lincoln near bent a knee African American, after protesters called for the demolition of the monument, reports the Washington Post.
As the newspaper notes, previously protesters have announced plans to gather at the memorial on Thursday and Friday evening. According to the newspaper, it is unknown about whether the participants demonstrators hold a rally about it or to demolish the monument.
Police in the us city of Miami gardens (Florida), who tried to detain the African-American with strangulation and caused her injuries, is dismissed from ranks of law enforcement officers and arrested, according to the newspaper Miami Herald.
The publication notes that this incident became known thanks to appearing in social networks video, which was shot by a friend of the victim. The incident happened January 14: on that day, the African-American Safia Satchel fell out with the Manager of one of the strip clubs, because he refused to return her money for the meals. African-American is gone, leaving the bills to the waitress. The Manager of the institution called the police.
The house of representatives on Thursday evening passed a bill on police reform prepared by the Democrats.
The results of the vote, the document entitled "the Law of equitable police George Floyd" the support of congressmen, most of whom represent the Democratic party. The speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi to the applause of colleagues has declared that the law voted 236 congressmen and 181 against. The document received the support of several members of the Republican party.
Police in new York arrested after the video which shows how he applies a rear naked choke, reports NBC News.
It is reported that former police officer David Afandor can bring charges of strangulation. It is noted that this is not the first time he used force on the job: previously, he has been charged with assault after the video, which was recorded as he hits teen.
Supporters of Black Lives Matter "burn the system and replace it with" if American authorities do not fulfill their demands, said on Fox News the head of the new York branch of the organization hawk Newsome.
According to the activist, the American "system", starting with the war of independence, based on violence. Thus he reaffirmed his support for violent methods of struggle.
A monument to the former Vice-President of the United States and ideologue of the slave policy John see Calhoun dismantled in Charleston, South Carolina, reports CNN.
As reported, the work on dismantling of the monument erected in the Central square of the city, began on Wednesday and lasted most of the day.
Russian TV presenter Ksenia Sobchak is going to sue for defamation in the German edition of Business Insider, who accused her of racism, against the decision of Audi to break from her promotional contract because of her social media posts about the protests in the United States.
"I sue Business Insider over libel. The German edition was published with the title "Ksenia Sobchak called black people stupid and lazy" and accused me of racism. It is an outright lie. Such words I never said. And I will demand an apology. People are not divided into whites and blacks, Caucasians and Asians. But people are divided into smart and stupid. For those who have an opinion, and those who follow the crowd," wrote Sobchak in his Telegram channel, adding that it did not support any protest in any country, when it is associated with violence.
American streaming platform HBO Max returns the film "gone with the wind", which was shot with her two weeks ago, according to the publication the Hollywood Reporter.
Earlier HBO Max removed the "gone with the wind" due to racial themes, this happened on the background of large-scale protests in the United States after the death of the African-American George Floyd.
Protesters in the capital of the U.S. state of Wisconsin rioted and threw it in the lake the statue of Colonel who fought against slavery, the newspaper reports Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Demonstrators came out to protest in the streets of Madison on Tuesday evening for the arrest of a black protester a day earlier. During the night the demonstration turned into riots in some places, protesters broke Windows, attacked Senator Tim Capenter that took pictures of the protests, and tore down two statues.
Unknown painted graffiti on the monument to the French statesman, the Finance Minister in the government of Louis XIV Jean-Baptiste Colbert to the, which is located near the National Assembly building of France in Paris, the newspaper Le Figaro, citing a source in the police.
The incident occurred on Tuesday evening. As has informed the edition a source, the unknown made on the pedestal of red paint lettering, accusing the authorities of the country in the "negrophobia". According to the edition, the malefactor was detained.
The city Council of the city of Charleston, South Carolina, unanimously voted to remove from the Central square a statue of the former Vice President of the United States and ideologue of the slave policy of John Calhoun, informs television channel ABC News 4.
According to local newspaper the Charleston City Paper, meeting of the Council held remotely and lasted 105 minutes.
The President of the United States Donald trump believes he can be re-elected for a second term in November because of the appeal of the Democrats to cut funding for the police in the country.
The U.S. presidential election will be held on 3 November. The democratic presidential candidate former us Vice-President Joe Biden.
Activists from South Carolina announced that they intend to move their upcoming demonstration or to spend them online after at least 13 participants of the previous protests had contracted the coronavirus, reports the Washington Post.
According to the newspaper, the organizers of the protests "I can't breathe" (the last words of the deceased George Floyd) in South Carolina called on all protesters to be tested for the coronavirus.
Protests in Washington, D.C., turned into Monday in the riots, when police ousted attempted to tear down the statue of seventh US President Andrew Jackson of the demonstrators from the square in Lafayette, reports NBC News.
Protesters knocked down a temporary fence around the statue, some climbed up on it to tie the rope. A crowd of people surrounding the statue, shouted: "Andrew Jackson must go!".
Office of the inspector General of the U.S. interior will review the actions of the officers of the Park police, after earlier this month the militiamen pushed the protesters from Lafayette square behind the White house, reports the Hill newspaper.
"Given the importance of these events, we have already started the collection and consideration of information", - said the publication representative of the office of the inspector General, noting that requests were received from three U.S. lawmakers, as well as from the Minister of the interior David Bernhardt.
TV presenter Ivan Urgant on air of the First channel commented on the intention to rename the USA the Popsicle, offering "new name" for ice cream.
The Wall Street Journal earlier reported that the American company Dreyer''s going to change the name of your ice cream EskimoPie, as it is a "derogatory term" for the indigenous peoples of Northern Canada, Alaska, Greenland and Siberia. As the newspaper writes, citing data from the Smithsonian institution, the Popsicle was invented in 1920 Christian Nelson and chocolatier Russell Stover. They patented the product in 1922 under the name "Popsicle" and with the logo in the form of a man in jacket with fur trim.
A police officer in new York was suspended after video, which was filmed, the use of strangulation, follows from the review of the Commissioner of police of the city of Dermot Shea on Twitter.
Earlier on 12 June it was reported that the Governor of the state of new York Andrew Cuomo signed a law that increases the control over the police, including legislation criminalizing the use of strangulation at the arrest and the disclosure of disciplinary information about police officers.
Eight coloured prison staff in the us state of Minnesota said that he had been discriminated against when they were removed from work on the protection of ex-COP Derek Shovina, who is accused of murder African American George Floyd, reports NBC News.
When Savino may 29 was charged, he was taken to the County jail Ramsay. Prison staff, among whom blacks and Latinos, filed a complaint of discrimination: they claim that Shovina was placed in a cell on the fifth floor, and they were transferred on the third.
Equestrian monument to former U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt at the entrance to the American Museum of natural history in new York decided to dismantle it, reports the New York Times, citing the statement of the President of the institution and the city authorities.
A bronze monument to the American President who was in power from 1901 to 1909, was erected in 1940. The monument consists of three main elements: Roosevelt sitting astride a horse near a horse on one side is Indian, the other African.
Social network Facebook will spend $ 200 million to support businesses and organizations that belong to blacks, said in the company blog, chief operating officer of Facebook Sheryl Sandberg.
"The last few weeks has forced us to confront the realities of violence and injustice which are daily confronted members of the black community. We have combined the ideas of various groups of our employees in different teams about how we can better fight racial injustice. We have allocated $ 200 million to support businesses and organizations that belong to the blacks", the statement says Sandberg.
Demonstrators in the U.S. Raleigh, the capital of North Carolina, at the second attempt tore down two statues installed near the Confederate monument in the center of the city, according to the TV station WTVD.
On Friday evening after the March on Juneteenth (the day of the liberation of the slaves - ed.), the demonstrators threw the rope on the statues around the monument of the Confederation. The first attempt to move the statue from the pedestal failed – intervened by the police. However, after the police withdrew, the protesters piled both monuments on the ground. One of them, the demonstrators subsequently hanged on a rope on a lamppost, the other placed on the courthouse steps. After the rain started, the protesters left the city center. Arrived at the scene, police removed the statue.
The second of the four former police officers of Minneapolis, accused of the murder of an African-American George Floyd, released from prison on bail, the amount of which amounted to 750 thousand dollars, according to CNN.
The former police officer Alexander Chuang left the Hennepin County jail Friday night, "bail in the framework of conditional release". Kuang and two of his colleagues - Thomas lane and the Tao – are accused of aiding and abetting murder Floyd. All of them were dismissed from the police and detained. Earlier it was reported that the court released Thomas lane, bail in the amount of $ 1 million.
The new Yorkers almost twice as likely staged the shooting this week, after it was disbanded some police units working in plain clothes and involved in the fight against criminal offences, reports the New York Post.
This week it was reported 28 cases of shooting in new York and 38 injured. According to sources, at least five people died from the received wounds.
The members of the European Parliament at a plenary session endorsed a resolution condemning all forms of racism and harsh actions of the US police against demonstrators and journalists during the recent protests in connection with the murder of an African-American George Floyd.
"The resolution, supported by 493, the Parliament strongly condemns the horrific death of George Floyd, as well as similar killings in other countries. Members of Parliament urged the US authorities to combat racism and inequality, criticized the harsh actions of the police against peaceful protesters and journalists," - said in a statement released by the EP.
Square in the British city of Plymouth, named in honor of a sailor, merchant and slaver of the XVI century, sir John Hawkins, renamed in honor of the dark-skinned football club Plymouth Argyle Jack Leslie (1901-1988), who because of prejudice was denied the opportunity to play for England, reported the Daily Mail.
According to the publication, a petition supported by more than five hundred people. The leader of the city Council of Plymouth, Tudor Evans said, as reported by the publication that we are not talking about trying to "rewrite history".
A group of protesters demolished the monument to the first President of the USA George Washington in the American Portland in Oregon, according to local television station KOIN.
According to the channel, a group of 20 people went to the statue, installed outside of the organization "German-American society" in the North-East of Portland. First, on the statue's head threw an American flag and set on fire. Then, when people became more, the statue was knocked to the ground and painted graffiti. On the monument, in particular, caused the inscription "1619", that is the year when America came the first slaves.
The inspector General of the U.S. air force began an investigation of possible irregularities in the use of reconnaissance aircraft to monitor the protests in Washington and Minneapolis, reports the New York Times.
According to the publication, a request for an investigation, apparently, came from congressmen concerned about the actions of the Pentagon. In their opinion, the use of reconnaissance aircraft to monitor the protests could violate the civil rights of mostly peaceful demonstrators who oppose police abuse against African Americans.
Two leading British company promised to pay large sums to the representatives of the black community, residents of Asian origin and ethnic minorities (BAME - Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic) living in the country, after the disclosure of their role in the slave trade in academic databases, according to the Telegraph.
It is reported that it is a British Greene King, managing the largest network in the country pubs, and the insurance company Lloyd's of London. Information about their connection with the slave trade is contained in databases University College London.