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NewsNet 5 Oct 2020

LA Police Chief Calls Weekend 'Tragically Violent' After Shootings

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A coalition has been formed with faith leaders and the LAPD to try to stop the gun violence plaguing the area. NewsNet's Danielle Radin reports.


Louisville's new interim police chief, Yvette Gentry, discusses how she plans to rebuild trust following the fatal police shooting of Breonna Taylor at her home in March.
Police in Vienna are on the hunt for at least one attacker after several people were shot in the city. Officials have called the incident a terror attack.
Five North Carolina police officers resigned following the death of a suspect in custody. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Chief Jonny Jennings said the officers involved ‘should have known' Harold Easter was in need of medical help while in custody.
IN THE PRESS -  November 27, 2020: We look at reactions in the French papers to the latest incident of police brutality, in which a black man was brutally beaten and racially abused by police in Paris. We then turn to Argentinian papers and their coverage of Diego Maradona's chaotic funeral. Finally, we look at a peculiar Thanksgiving story, featuring a feisty turkey that terrorised a US city for months.

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