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UK reports 193 deaths – as it happened
Only those vaccinated or recovered from Covid will be allowed to frequent restaurants and cultural venues in Austria ; UK records 34,029 new infections

Nadeem Badshah (now); Damien Gayle, Martin Belam and Samantha Lock (earlier)

05, Nov, 2021 @11:31 PM

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How a vaccine-hesitant sheriff became a vocal proponent
The sheriff of Macon county, Alabama, thought he was too strong and healthy to worry. Then he got Covid

Amudalat Ajasa in Tuskegee

05, Nov, 2021 @10:00 AM

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US military admits Kabul strike killed 10 civilians and no Islamic State fighters – as it happened
Admission marks reversal for Pentagon, which initially defended the August strike – follow all the latest

Julia Carrie Wong (now) and Joan E Greve (earlier)

18, Sep, 2021 @12:07 AM

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‘The immensity of our loss’: 650,000 white flags show American lives lost to Covid
In America: Remember, an outdoor art installation, will stand for 17 days near the Washington monument in the nation’s capitol

Amudalat Ajasa

17, Sep, 2021 @8:11 PM

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Jared Polis becomes first sitting governor to marry in same-sex wedding
The Colorado governor wed his longtime partner of 18 years, Marlon Reis, in a traditional Jewish ceremony in Boulder

Amudalat Ajasa

17, Sep, 2021 @4:50 PM

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For some Black Americans, vaccine hesitancy is just one part of a legacy of mistrust
To get the shot, many must overcome their historical memory of unethical medical experiments

Amudalat Ajasa Amanda Paule and Ian S Brundige in Washington and Baltimore for News 21

20, Aug, 2021 @10:30 AM

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Minneapolis celebrates George Floyd’s life after a ‘troubling, long year’
Residents gathered across the city to honor Floyd and other victims of police violence, and vowed to hold officers accountable

Amudalat Ajasa in Minneapolis

26, May, 2021 @1:15 AM

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Black-owned paper’s ‘soldiers’ fight to give African American perspective
Tracey Williams-Dillard, the publisher of the Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder, on how her team works tirelessly to help tell a well-rounded narrative

Amudalat Ajasa in Minneapolis

23, May, 2021 @6:00 AM

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‘I allowed myself to feel guilty for a very long time’: the teenage cashier who took George Floyd’s $20 bill
A year ago, Christopher Martin took an allegedly counterfeit bill. The police were called, and shortly after, Floyd would be dead

Oliver Laughland and Amudalat Ajasa in Minneapolis

23, May, 2021 @6:00 AM

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Before Chauvin: decades of Minneapolis police violence that failed to spark reform
Highest-profile incidents prompted intervention from local, state, or federal officials and promises of reform

Amudalat Ajasa and Lois Beckett

25, Apr, 2021 @1:06 PM

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‘Deep systemic racism’: will Minneapolis’s police department ever change?
The department has seen decades of reform efforts, but activists say racism and violence are too ingrained to eliminate

Lois Beckett and Amudalat Ajasa in Minneapolis

25, Apr, 2021 @9:00 AM

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Chauvin verdict: DoJ announces sweeping investigation into Minneapolis police – as it happened
Investigation to examine whether Minneapolis police department ‘has engaged in pattern and practice of unconstitutional policing’ – follow it live

Victoria Bekiempis and Joanna Walters

21, Apr, 2021 @9:39 PM

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