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George Floyd death: New charges for all four sacked officers Image copyright AFP New charges have been announced against all of the sacked police officers present at the death of African American George Floyd in Minneapolis. The charge against Derek Chauvin has been elevated to second-degree murder, court documents show. The other three officers, previously uncharged, face counts of aiding and abetting murder. Floyd's death has sparked huge protests across the US against racism and the police killings of black Americans.

When the World Reopens, Should the Cruise Industry Recover? In order to lure tourists away from their competition, cruise lines have had to create bigger and more outrageous amenities, resulting in the floating cities you see on the water today. So, just like any city, a cruise ship creates a lot of waste and companies don’t always dispose of it properly. In fact, Carnival Cruises has been cited and fined millions of dollars for improper waste disposal. Photo Courtesy: Sean Gallup/Getty Images

'Don't ask me. Ask China': Trump clashes with reporters then abruptly leaves press briefing Donald Trump abruptly halted a press conference on Monday after being challenged by an Asian American reporter whom he told: “Don’t ask me. Ask China.” With the stars and stripes at his back, Trump held his first press briefing since 27 April in the White House rose garden, flanked by testing equipment and swabs and signs that proclaimed: “America leads the world in testing.” But during a question and answer session, Weijia Jiang, White House correspondent of CBS News, asked why the president constantly emphasises that the US is doing better than any other country when it comes to testing.

'He'll change the world': George Floyd's family pays emotional tribute as crowds flock to funeral George Floyd’s life was celebrated at his funeral on Tuesday, with eulogies that honored him as a father, brother, athlete and mentor whose death sparked a global reckoning over police brutality and racial prejudice. Crowds descended on a church in Houston, Texas, after Floyd’s body was returned to his childhood hometown to be laid to rest in a cemetery in suburban Pearland next to his mother, whom he called out for as he lay dying with a police officer’s knee on his neck in May. “Third Ward, Cuney Homes, that’s where he was born at,” Floyd’s brother Rodney told mourners at the Fountain of Praise church, on the sixth day of mourning for Floyd in three cities. “But everybody is going to remember him around the world. He is going to change the world.” Radio stations observed moments of silence.

in.reuters WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. sued Google on Tuesday, accusing the $1 trillion company of illegally using its market muscle to hobble rivals in the biggest challenge to the power and influence of Big Tech in decades. [Captions auto-generated & unedited.] It's the biggest government action The Kyle Walker case: why not all coronavirus offenders are made equal You can’t defend Kyle Walker. A common sentiment, albeit one usually expressed with a comma in the middle. To break coronavirus protocol once, by hosting an adult-themed party at his house in April, might be considered unfortunate. To do so twice, by visiting his family in south Yorkshire, unwise. To then compound matters by offering up a defiant statement complaining of “harassment” is probably the point at which someone close to the Manchester City and England right-back should probably have taken him to one side for a quiet, physically-distanced chat. “I feel as though I have stayed silent long enough,” Walker incorrectly surmised in the statement explaining his decision to drive 40 miles to visit his parents in Sheffield, having first dropped in on his sister for a chat and a hug.

New Zealand's first Covid cases in 24 days came from UK Image copyright Getty Images New Zealand has confirmed two new cases of coronavirus, ending a 24-day run of no new infections in the country. The cases relate to two women from the same family, both of whom had travelled from the UK and were given special permission to visit a dying parent. Health Minister David Clark said the necessary checks had not taken place and he was suspending compassionate exemptions to the quarantine rules. Last week New Zealand declared that the country was coronavirus-free.

Inside the mind of Jonathan Anderson, fashion's creative polymath Written by Fiona Sinclair ScottLondon Fashion is a creative dance between practical design and conceptual thinking. Success comes when the dance is so enthralling people can't look away. Jonathan Anderson understands this well and, as a result, he's enjoyed high praise from critics and a loyal fanbase over the years. Acting as the creative head of two brands -- Spanish house Loewe and his own London-based label JW Anderson -- the Northern Irish designer has defined his creative pursuits through collaboration and curation.