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Louisville police confirm two officers shot in protests over Breonna Taylor case


24 Sep. 20; 05:50: Outrage and protests after no officers directly charged with Breonna Taylor's death


24 Sep. 20; 06:27: Police and protesters clash after Breonna Taylor announcement
Confrontation erupted between police and protesters in Louisville after the grand jury in the Breonna Taylor case announced that one officer, Brett Hankison, has been indicted on three counts of wanton endangerment in the first degree for his actions on the night Taylor was killed.



BBC News | Africa

24 Sep. 20; 01:03: Rwandan genocide orphan's 'miracle' WhatsApp reunion
A girl orphaned at two during the 1994 Rwandan genocide finds relatives thanks to social media.

23 Sep. 20; 17:20: Coronavirus: Health chief hails Africa's fight against Covid-19
Africa has had fewer cases than Europe, Asia or the Americas, with numbers continuing to decline.

23 Sep. 20; 17:24: Nigerian fuel tanker explosion kills 25 in Lokoja
A primary school pupil and students are among 25 people killed when the tanker's brakes failed.


BBC News | America

24 Sep. 20; 09:22: Breonna Taylor: Two officers shot during Louisville protests
Anger erupts over a decision to charge no-one with killing the unarmed black woman shot by police.

24 Sep. 20; 05:38: US election: Trump won't commit to peaceful transfer of power
The president also predicted the US election result would be determined before the Supreme Court.

24 Sep. 20; 01:43: Canadian PM Trudeau promises 'ambitious' recovery plan
The plan comes as Mr Trudeau warns Canada is in the midst of a "second wave" of the pandemic.


BBC News | Asia-Pacific

18 Mar. 20; 13:31: China to restrict US journalists from three major newspapers
The three affected newspapers deplored what they said was an unprecedented attack on press freedom.

18 Mar. 20; 23:12: Coronavirus: Pound plunges to its lowest level in over 30 years
The pound falls to its lowest level against the dollar since 1985, trading at $1.15.

17 Mar. 20; 05:31: Coronavirus: Hong Kong to quarantine all arrivals from abroad
Hong Kong has seen 57 new infections over the past two weeks, 50 of which were imported.


BBC News | Europe

23 Sep. 20; 23:44: Belarus: Mass protests after Lukashenko secretly sworn in
The opposition describes the inauguration ceremony in the capital Minsk as a "thieves' meeting".

23 Sep. 20; 20:52: Juliette Gréco: Doyenne of French singers dies at 93
Her career spanned eight decades and she charmed audiences in France and beyond.

23 Sep. 20; 18:42: Europe migration: EU plans mandatory pact to 'rebuild trust'
Member states will have to make "flexible contributions", but the plan has already drawn criticism.