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Rhodes Should Fall: Oxford College protesters demand statue of colonialist to be taken down

Greater than 1,000 protesters converged on a school at Oxford College on Tuesday, chanting “take it down” and “disgrace on you” to demand the elimination of a statue of 19th century British colonialist Cecil Rhodes. A wave of anti-racism protests sweeping throughout america and Europe has reignited a debate about monuments glorifying Britain’s imperialist previous,…

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Chile eyes tighter migration legislation after report predicts it’s going to rise as soon as pandemic eases

Chilean senators on Tuesday reopened a debate over a invoice to tighten migration on the behest of the federal government after a report final week urged Chile may once more develop into a migration hotspot after the coronavirus pandemic subsides. The invoice seeks to tighten guidelines on how potential immigrants can enter Chile, how they’re…

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Gilead's remdesivir prevents lung damage in monkeys

Gilead’s remdesivir prevents lung injury in monkeys

Macaques that obtained remdesivir didn’t present indicators of respiratory illness and had lowered injury to the lungs, in response to the examine  Reuters        Final Up to date: June 10, 2020  | 09:28 IST Gilead Sciences’ antiviral drug, remdesivir, prevented lung illness in macaque monkeys contaminated with the brand new coronavirus, a examine printed in medical journal Nature…

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George Floyd unrest: New York passes invoice to unveil police self-discipline data

New York state lawmakers repealed a decades-old regulation Tuesday that has stored regulation enforcement officers’ disciplinary data secret, spurred by the nationwide uproar over the loss of life of George Floyd. The measure to make officers’ data and misconduct complaints public is amongst a number of police accountability payments racing by means of the state…

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As Black Lives Matter protests rage in UK, London Mayor orders to review of statues to bring equality

As Black Lives Matter protests rage in UK, London Mayor orders to evaluate of statues to deliver equality

‘Black Stay Issues’ protests at the moment are raging within the UK with statues of Winston Churchill and Mahatma Gandhi on the Parliament Sq. being vandalised with anti-racism slogans written on them. Protesters in Bristol pulled down the statue of slave dealer Edward Colston, a member of Royal African Firm, who was accountable for the…

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