Manhattan judge drops case against 'Central Park Amy'
We take a look at what the American press is saying about the latest developments in the "Central Park Amy" affair. This comes after a Manhattan judge dropped the criminal case against Amy Cooper, a white woman who falsely accused a Black man of threatening her on the same day that George Floyd was killed. We also look at Ukraine's latest measures to confront Russian influence and discover the surprisingly therapeutic effects of "gongbang".
Yemen's ancient 'Manhattan of the Desert' risks collapse
Dubbed the "Manhattan of the desert" for its centuries-old skyscrapers, Yemen's ancient city of Shibam escaped damage in the civil war -- but faces collapse from disrepair amid rains and floods.
‘They robbed everything’: NYC shop owner assesses looting damage
The owner and manager of a photography store in SoHo, an affluent Manhattan neighborhood, assess the damage and theft in their store that was looted overnight after anti-police brutality protests. Elliot Kurland, a former photographer who has owned the store for seven years, estimates that over a million dollars worth of goods have been stolen from him: "I hope I have insurance" says Kurland, visibly in shock.
Tens of thousands run the New York marathon
From Staten Island to Brooklyn and Manhattan, tens of thousands of runners from all over the world participate in the 2019 New York marathon.
School bus with children inside hit in New York attack
A small school bus with children on board was involved in Tuesday's (October 31) attack on pedestrians in lower Manhattan, according to witnesses who posted on social media.