In April, the UK House of Commons announced changes that stipulated 650 lawmakers voting by video link due to the coronavirus pandemic, a temporary measure which was widely used throughout May.
The bill would allow victims to sue officers for their unconstitutional actions, and require that police officers comply with all court settlements, which law enforcement are currently free from.
Protests beginning last week over the killing of George Floyd continue in the United States, engulfing over fifteen states with some evolving into violent riots including looting, fires and clashes with police.
The death of George Floyd, an African American man from Minneapolis, at the hands of the police a week ago has sparked massive protests and riots across the United States, with many cities and states forced to declare a state of emergency, calling in the National Guard to quell the unrest, while POTUS announced the deployment of the US military.
Although largely supportive of the Palestinians, France is unlikely to introduce measures that would jeopardise Tel Aviv-Paris ties, believes Israel's former ambassador to the European country. And while the EU is still mulling over its actions, PM Netanyahu is getting ready to roll out his sovereignty bill in early July.
The numbers across the world are growing, with over 6,200,000 cases and 375,000 fatalities globally, according to Johns Hopkins University. The US remains the worst-hit country in the world, with 1.8 million infected and over 105,000 deaths, while Brazil occupies second, with over 520,000 confirmed cases.
Admittedly 48 percent of Norwegians don't believe in God, while only 30 percent do, and another 21 percent are hesitant. The proportion of believers is the lowest in the 25-39 age bracket at 19 percent, according to the new survey.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - US federal prisons have locked down for the first time in 25 years as widespread riots across the country triggered by George Floyd's homicide in police custody continue to rage, the Washington DC-based media publication Government Executive reported, citing a letter from the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP).