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NIJMEGEN, Netherlands (Reuters) – Dutch youth hit the club on Saturday, sort of, in one of the country’s first attempts to resume night life after the coronavirus outbreak, with social distancing rules still in place. People attend the first “corona-proof” dance event following the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Nijmegen, Netherlands June 6, 2020. REUTERS/Piroschka
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Bauer-Griffin/GC Images; ABC Bachelor Nation is divided after Garrett Yrigoyen posted a statement in support of ”Thin Blue Line,” a phrase used in association with Blue Lives Matter countermovement. In a lengthy statement, the 31-year-old expressed that he stands in solidarity with the “hundreds of thousands of men and women of all races that represent this Thin Blue Line.” He explained,
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Prominent Democratic politicians on Friday embraced the cause of U.S. 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. Washington Mayor Muriel Bowser, who has sparred with U.S. President Donald Trump over his sometimes heavy-handed
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Anthony Brennan III, age 60 of Kensington, Maryland, poses after he was charged with three counts of second-degree assault by the Maryland-National Capital Park Police in Silver Spring, Maryland, U.S. June 5, 2020. Maryland-National Capital Park Police/Handout via REUTERS WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A cyclist whose videotaped confrontation with three youngsters posting flyers protesting racial injustice
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