George Floyd killing: Nairobi residents protest police brutality
Kenyans protesting against the police killing of an unarmed black man in the US also speak out against the number of Africans who have died during security forces' heavy-handed enforcement of coronavirus curfews. Meanwhile in DR Congo, churches are finding new ways to communicate with worshippers in order to practice their faith. And finally, South Africa's pandemic has hit the income of rural workers who ordinarily rely on the tourism industry. Some game farmers have been donating the meat of culled animals to struggling communities.
Hong Kong: Riot police clash with anthem bill protesters
Demonstrators in Hong Kong are protesting a bill that would make it illegal to abuse the Chinese national anthem. Police have fired pepper ball rounds into crowds that tried to gather near the city-state's legislature.
Train in India kills at least 16 migrant workers
Police in India's western Aurangabad district have returned the bodies of 16 migrants killed by a train on Friday, to their home towns.
Watch how Commercial drivers spread Coronavirus in Lagos
The Commissioner of Police in Lagos state, Kayode Odumodu, has revealed how commercial bus drivers in the state are ignorantly aiding the spread of coronavirus.
5-year-old pulled over in US while driving to California
A police officer in the western US state of Utah was stunned after stopping what he thought was an impaired driver on a highway only to find a 5-year-old behind the wheel. The Utah Highway Patrol says the boy told the trooper who pulled him over on Monday that he left home, with only three dollars in his wallet, following an argument with his mother who had refused to buy him a Lamborghini. In a dash-cam video of the incident released by the department, the SUV the boy was driving is seen weaving across the freeway as other vehicles and trucks speed by. The car then pulls over to the left side of the highway after the trooper activates his siren.
International Workers' Day 2020: Thank you for your labour of love
May the labour of our hero's present never be in vain. We just want to say THANK YOU for your labour of love to all the medical doctors, nurses, cleaners, ambulance drivers, cashiers, delivery men and women, street sweepers, teachers, factory workers, security officials, personal protective equipment makers, lab technicians, charity organizations, religious leaders, journalists, and reporters. You are all heroes!
French police watchdog to investigate 'racist' incident
France’s interior minister has promised an investigation into police behavior after footage emerged where officers can be heard making racist remarks while carrying out an arrest.
Police yet to publish report of its findings on alleged assault in Osun
Victims of alleged assault by the Police in Osun state are crying for justice as Police authority is yet to release report of its findings on the matter.