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Cobbler keeps people apart with social distancing clown shoes

Romanian cobbler keeps people apart with social distancing shoes We’re all used to the words social distancing now but if you still aren’t sure how far two metres actually is,

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I sacrificed so much to get to the Olympics – and I wouldn’t change a thing

Becoming an Olympian takes talent, determination, grit and a serious amount of strength – both in body and in mind. And former GB athlete Michelle Robinson has had plenty of

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Five years after Freddie Gray unrest, Baltimore sets an example for peaceful protests

As cities across America burned in recent days, there was a notable omission from those facing curfews, mass arrests, arson and police brutality: Baltimore. The Maryland city is no stranger

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Texas mom says daughter’s high school is refusing to let her graduate over braids

The mother of a Texas teenager said Tuesday that her daughter’s high school is refusing to let her graduate this week unless she removes her braids or covers them. Kieana

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State of Minnesota files civil rights charge against Minneapolis Police Department

The state of Minnesota launched a sweeping civil rights investigation of the Minneapolis Police Department on Tuesday, a week after a white officer is alleged to have killed a black

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‘Exhausting, traumatizing’: Minneapolis protests push peace amid police confrontations

Ashley Phelps and Ahmad Eltawely developed a fast bond on Saturday, the night they fled tear gas and ran from advancing police who were pepper-spraying protesters. They had met for

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Former President George W. Bush: ‘It is time for America to examine our tragic failures’

Former President George W. Bush released a lengthy statement Tuesday calling on the country to listen to black Americans and “examine our tragic failures.” “It is a strength when protesters,

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