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  • Protests on US campuses, greater than 2,100 arrests

    Police have arrested greater than 2,100 individuals throughout pro-Palestinian protests on faculty campuses throughout the United States in latest weeks. In a number of circumstances, riot management tools, tactical automobiles and flash-bang units had been used to clear occupied tent encampments and buildings. At Columbia University, an officer fired his gun inside an administration constructing whereas clearing protesters camped inside, the NYPD reviews. No one was injured by the officer's actions. An Associated Press tally discovered not less than 50 incidents of arrests at 40 totally different U.S. schools or universities since April 18, stemming from latest campus protests towards the Israel-Hamas battle.

  • An officer fired through the clearance of the Columbia campus

    A New York police officer fired pictures whereas clearing the encampment of pro-Gaza protesters at Columbia University. According to authorities, the policeman fired inside Hamilton Hall. No one was injured as a result of there have been different officers close by on the time and never college students.

  • Brazil: dangerous climate within the South, the dying toll rises to 29

    The dying toll from heavy rains within the southern Brazilian state of Rio Grande do Sul has risen to 29. 60 persons are lacking. This was reported by the state civil safety company. Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva traveled to the state to satisfy native authorities and specific his solidarity. Operators reported energy and water outages throughout the state, and officers detailed quite a few incidents of flooded roads, landslides and collapsed bridges as water ranges in rivers and streams rose sharply. Part of the construction of a hydroelectric dam collapsed on Thursday. According to civil safety, greater than 10,000 individuals have been compelled to depart their properties.