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‘George Floyd and a year of protest’

By France24
26 May 2021   |   5:00 pm
We look at concern over political tension in Mali after a group of soldiers detained the country's interim president and prime minister. Papers in Europe remain indignant after the arrest of a Belarusian opposition journalist. We also look at commemorations, one year after the police killing of George Floyd. Plus, British police catch a criminal thanks to a block of cheese!

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