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Black Lives Matter protests continue in the United States.
The death of black man George Floyd has triggered the spread of anti-racist protests leading to government reforms, among which New York government has signed part of a state police reform bill package into law to ban the use of chokeholds by police officers.

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George Floyd was an African-American man who died on 25th May 2020 in Powderhorn, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, following police arrest. Video recording by a witness, showing Floyd repeating “Please”, “I can’t breathe”, and “Don’t kill me”, was widely circulated on social media platforms and broadcast by media. The incident led to widespread protests across the United States.

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