Statues toppled, Italy’s Covid-19 lawsuits, Spanish football returns, Olof Palme case closed

From Black Lives Matter in the United States to the toppling of colonial-era statues and calls for police reform, the outrage over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis continues to resonate worldwide. Also, how strong a case is there for coronavirus victims in Bergamo suing the Italian state, why Sweden's government remains popular despite its high Covid-19 casualty count, the restart of football in Spain and England, a possible turning point for Libya's civil war and whether we've heard the last in the 34-year-old case of murdered Swedish prime minister Olof Palme.

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