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Live from NPR news on trial Snyder President Biden says the guilty verdict in the murder trial of former Minneapolis Police Officer, Derek. Chauvin can be a giant step forward in the March toward Justice directory in this country.

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relive up the Legacy President Biden speaking there at the White House after the jury found Chauvin guilty of all three murder and manslaughter counts against him in the death of George Floyd last summer shove his conviction touched off cheers from Floyd's family members on a celebration at a vigil at the site of Floyd's death last met around the times of verdict and show his trial was being read a police officer in Columbus, Ohio shot and killed a 16 year old black girl. That's what he said already released body cam footage of the shooting in which the girl appears to Lunge at two people with a knife. The interim police. Chief says the video was released in the interest of transparency a group of Latino Lawyers calling on the justice department to investigate the shooting death of a 13 year old boy by Chicago Police Reporter Michael Puentes with member station WBEZ members of the group that they don't trust the city of Chicago Orange Police Department to investigate what led up to a police officer shooting Adams.

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Weather in the early morning hours of March 29th body cam footage capture the moments of the Fatal encounter when the officer order to level to turn around I'll do to how to get use with the Hispanic Lawyers Association of Illinois when the citizens do not trust the legal system when they do not have faith in the police officer is it doesn't work the group is the Chicago. Mayoral Lori Lightfoot to in foot pursuit by officers for NPR news on Michael Franti in Chicago pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson says, it's resuming shipments of its covid-19 vaccine to Europe after European Regulators said, it's benefits far outweigh its risks in Paris case involving and reports of European medicines agency says blood clots should be listed as a possible rare side effect, but that should not deter people from getting the shots for the European medicines agency.

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List of the date on blood clots link to the Johnson Johnson covid-19 and other available evidence have let the committee to the conclusion that these blood clotting disorder a very rare side effect of vaccine appear to occur in about one out of every 1 million people vaccinated the European Regulators, a healthcare professional should monitor for the clots and it at the stroke like condition is spotted early. It can be managed. They're calling for countries to move forward with merging the Johnson Johnson shot into their vaccinations efforts Jason beaubien NPR news. This is NPR Arizona governor, Doug Ducey has vetoed legislation. That would have made his States except his State sex education laws some of the strictest in the nation when it comes to teaching about lgbtq issues. I would have required pay our parents be notified in advance and specifically opt-in & B Towing the measure 2C called the legislation overly Broad.

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Did however issue an executive order that adopt some of the measures transparency Provisions after months of digging archaeologists say they have discovered Harriet Tubman's original Homesite along Maryland's Eastern Shore from Member station WAMU clean grab Lake reports.

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The search for evidence for the site began late last year when archaeologists started hunting for remnants of property that belong to the story abolitionist father officials now say the team has uncovered several artifacts including a coin from 1808 and smoking pipes confirming they found the place where Tubman likely spent her early days. Do you know why it is Cummins great great grand niece as you come up with more more artifacts. It tells the story that expands the story of our family, but also the story of enslaved life continues for NPR news on Colleen grab like in Washington trading losing ground amid concern about the Resurgence of coronavirus for effects of infections in the region stocks in Tokyo have some more than 2% Another Regional benchmarks are declining on trial Snyder NPR news.
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