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Protests have continued in Minneapolis and more than twenty cities across the United States, as anger grows over the police killing of an unarmed black man. We speak to an expert on policing in America and police brutality.
Also in the programme: India has recorded its biggest daily jump in the number of Covid nineteen cases; and as President Trump terminates relationship with the WHO, we ask how will this effect the UN agency at the time of the coronavirus pandemic.
(Photo: A protester throws a fire extinguisher into a burning building overnight in Minneapolis. Credit: AFP)
Twitter has hidden one of Donald Trump’s tweets behind a warning that it ‘glorifies violence’ in a further escalation of the company’s row with the US president.
Also in the programme: could asymptomatic spreading of Covid-19 cause problems for the reopening of schools? And, could a radical new working pattern help stop the spread of the virus?
(Picture: US President Donald Trump Credit: Getty)
Parliament in Beijing has rubber-stamped a highly controversial national security law for Hong Kong, where tensions are rising. At least two pro-democracy legislators have been thrown out of the territory's assembly.
Also in the programme: More than a-hundred thousand people have now died from coronavirus in the United States and how copper can help fight the coronavirus.
(Photo: President Xi Jinping and other senior figures applauded when the security law was passed. Credit: AFP)