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US police spied on Muslims, African Americans: American Civil Liberties Union
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has accused US police of spying on thousands of social media posts of Muslims and African Americans in Boston.
Iran condemns brutal killing of Iranian man by US police in Virginia
Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi has condemned the “brutal” murder of an Iranian man by the US police in the state of Virginia.
Report: US deaths by police gunfire on track to reach 1,000 in 2017
Police officers across the United States shot 492 people dead in the first half of 2017, on track to approach 1,000 such incidents for the third year in a row, The Washington Post reported on Saturday.
Alton Sterling shooting: 'No charges' for police over black man's killing
The US Department of Justice has reportedly decided not to charge two white officers who shot and killed a black man in Louisiana last summer.
US police act as modern day slave patrols: Activist
Protest rallies have erupted outside a courthouse in the US state of Ohio after a judge declared a mistrial in the shooting death of an African-American man by a white campus police officer of University of Cincinnati. The protesters censured the outcome of the trial and accused the local justice system of being biased against minorities.
US police arrest dozens in Minnesota protesting black man’s killing
Police in the US state of Minnesota have arrested dozens of protesters participating in a rally over the killing of an African-American man by a police officer earlier this month.
US police kills nearly 500 people in 2016: Report
A new survey reveals that 491 people were killed by police in the United States during the first six months of 2016, showing an increase from 465 victims in the same period last year.
US police engaging in shoot to kill activities: Journalist
The shooting of a 13-year-old African American boy by Baltimore police for carrying a toy gun on Wednesday illustrates a policy of shoot to kill by law enforcement in urban areas across the US, a black activist and journalist in Detroit says.
US police fatally shot nearly 1,000 people in 2015: Report
Police in the United States fatally shot nearly 1,000 people in 2015, of which 90 were unarmed and did not possess weapons of any kind during a confrontation, according to a report.
US police totally out of control: Journalist
The latest police killing of an African-American man in St. Louis, Missouri illustrates that the United States remains a racist society where white police officers continue to kill blacks with impunity, a journalist in Detroit says.
Confidence in US police lowest in 22 years: Poll
Confidence in police in the United States has plummeted to the lowest level in 22 years, with only half of Americans expressing confidence in the institution, according to a new poll.
Protests against US police brutality justified: Political scientist
Taking to the streets to protest against the killing of unarmed black teenager Tony Robinson in Wisconsin by a white officer is valid, says an American political scientist.
Reporters Without Borders supports lawsuit against US police
A major international press freedom watchdog says it backs a lawsuit by some journalists against the St. Louis County police department in the US state of Missouri for mistreatment during racially-charged protests in Ferguson last year.
US police fire tear gas at protesters in California
US police have fired tear gas at demonstrators in northern California as unrest continues over police brutality and racial profiling across the United States.
US police officer shoots, seriously injures 12-year-old boy
A 12-year-old boy has been shot and seriously injured by an American police officer in Cleveland, Ohio, when the boy reached into his waistband for an airsoft gun.

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