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Nick Pfosi

Protesters clash with police at Enbridge pipeline construction site in Minnesota

Jun 07 2021

PARK RAPIDS, Minn. (Reuters) -Environmental protesters clashed with police on Monday after occupying a pump station as they rallied against Enbridge Inc's Line 3 pipeline in Minnesota, while Enbridge said it had evacuated 44 workers from its site.

UPDATE 1-Protesters clash with police at Enbridge pipeline construction site in Minnesota

Jun 07 2021

PARK RAPIDS, Minn., June 7 Environmental protesters clashed with police on Monday after occupying a pump station as they rallied against Enbridge Inc's Line 3 pipeline in Minnesota, while Enbridge said it had evacuated 44 workers from its site.

George Floyd's family lobbies Biden for U.S. police reform on anniversary of death

May 26 2021

WASHINGTON/MINNEAPOLIS A year after his killing unleashed a national reckoning over racial injustice, George Floyd's relatives met on Tuesday with President Joe Biden at the White House and with lawmakers on Capitol Hill to urge passage of police reform legislation in their loved one's name.

US-Polizistin nach Tötung eines Afroamerikaners des Totschlags angeklagt

Apr 15 2021

Minneapolis Nach der Tötung eines Afroamerikaners bei einer Polizeikontrolle im US-Bundesstaat Minnesota ist die mutmaßliche Schützin des Totschlags angeklagt.

Minnesota officer faces manslaughter charge over shooting of Black man

Apr 15 2021

MINNEAPOLIS (Reuters) -The white suburban police officer who fatally shot a young Black motorist during a traffic stop in Minnesota, igniting several nights of civil unrest, was charged with manslaughter on Wednesday, a day after the officer turned in her badge. | Video

Judge bars 'sloppy' prosecutors from case of ex-cops charged in George Floyd's death

Sep 11 2020

MINNEAPOLIS The judge in the criminal case against four former Minneapolis police officers charged in George Floyd's death disqualified four local prosecutors on Friday because of "sloppy" work, while a special prosecutor said the defendants had "acted together" and should face trial together. | Video

Bow hunters target invasive Asian carp for sport on the Illinois River

Sep 20 2019

PEORIA, Ill. A firefighter and archery enthusiast is making some extra cash with a novel if modest contribution to the ecosystem of the Great Lakes - taking paying customers out for boat rides on the Illinois River to hunt invasive Asian carp fish with bows and arrows. | Video

World News

WHO chief scientist urges people not to panic over Omicron

The World Health Organization's (WHO) chief scientist told the Reuters Next conference on Friday that people should not panic over the emergence of the Omicron coronavirus variant and said it was too early to say if vaccines would need to be reworked.