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One person shot, killed during Black Lives Matter protest in Texas

One person shot, killed during Black Lives Matter protest in Texas

One person was killed when several shots were fired amid a Black Lives Matter protest in downtown Austin, Texas, on Saturday, authorities said.

Thousands rally across Australia in Black Lives Matter protests

Thousands rally across Australia in Black Lives Matter protests

Thousands of protesters gathered on Saturday in cities across Australia, shouting slogans in support of the Black Lives Matter movement and aiming to raise awareness of the mistreatment of indigenous people

Thousands attend Black Lives Matter protests across Australia

Thousands attend Black Lives Matter protests across Australia

Thousands of people across Australia attended Black Lives Matter protests on Saturday wearing masks and practising social distancing amid warnings from state leaders to call off the events ...

Australia, Asia protests embrace 'Black Lives Matter' movement

Australia, Asia protests embrace 'Black Lives Matter' movement

Thousands took to the streets across Australia on Saturday, as did hundreds in Tokyo and Seoul to support US protests against police brutality

Democratic US politicians urge police reform as protesters march for 11th day

Democratic US politicians urge police reform as protesters march for 11th day

Prominent Democratic politicians on Friday embraced the cause of US protesters angered by the death of a black man in Minneapolis police custody, adopting their slogans and announcing reforms as tensions remained high in major cities.

New security scare jolts shell-shocked Dallas

New security scare jolts shell-shocked Dallas

Dallas was gripped by a new security scare on Saturday triggered by an anonymous threat in the Texas city, on edge days after a gunman fatally ambushed five police officers during a peaceful protest.

Baltimore police officer acquitted in Freddie Gray death

Baltimore police officer acquitted in Freddie Gray death

Baltimore police officer Edward Nero was acquitted on Monday of all charges in the 2015 death of black detainee Freddie Gray, an incident that triggered rioting and protests and fueled the Black Lives Matter movement.