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Senior Shout Outs: Excel Academy, Learning Prep School, Canton High [Video]

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Some users of the app are offering workers a large tip and then changing it once their groceries are delivered .

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Revellers head to the beach despite lockdown

Hundreds of people have flocked to parks and beaches across the UK to enjoy the hot weather despite lockdown. Report by Browna. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on..

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Protesters set fires in Atlanta, smash cars and CNN entrance [Video]

Protesters set fires in Atlanta, smash cars and CNN entrance

Violent protests flared on Friday night in several U.S. cities, including Atlanta where some demonstrators set fire to police vehicles, smashed car windows as well as the entrance to CNN's..

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Crews Clean Up Damage In The Loop After Protesters Smash Store Windows

More protests are scheduled for Saturday after a night of followings as protesters marched through the streets of Chicago overnight demanding justice for George Floyd. Excerpts

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Security officer killed, hundreds arrested in fiery protests [Video]

Security officer killed, hundreds arrested in fiery protests

Security officer killed, hundreds arrested in fiery protests

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More Covid-like pandemics in store? New York's Dr Syra Madad on what to do [Video]

More Covid-like pandemics in store? New York's Dr Syra Madad on what to do

Dr Syra Madad, senior director, system-wide special pathogens program office, NYC Health + Hospitals, commented on the trajectory of the Covid-19 pandemic and what we must do next to eventually emerge..

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St. Paul Mayor: Everyone Arrested Last Night In His City From Out Of State [Video]

St. Paul Mayor: Everyone Arrested Last Night In His City From Out Of State

St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter III addresses the state (9:11). WCCO 4 News - May 30, 2020

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Wake up with ABC15 Mornings for a check of your most accurate forecast.

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You may NOT kiss the bride! Couple weds in masks during pandemic [Video]

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An Indonesian couple tied the knot today (May 30th) wearing masks at ceremony in South Sumatra.

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Public Advocate Jumaane Williams On George Floyd Protests [Video]

Public Advocate Jumaane Williams On George Floyd Protests

Public Advocate Jumaane Williams held a news conference to discuss George Floyd protests and police response to them, calling for the police to back off while people gather to express their grief and..

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At Least 6 Officers Injured In LA When Protests Over George Floyd Death Turn Violent [Video]

At Least 6 Officers Injured In LA When Protests Over George Floyd Death Turn Violent

Demonstrators lit at least one trash can on fire and targeted businesses in downtown Los Angeles with looting as they protested the police killing of George Floyd. Joy Benedict reports.

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13 First Alert Las Vegas morning forecast | May 30, 2020 [Video]

13 First Alert Las Vegas morning forecast | May 30, 2020

The May 30, 2020, morning weather forecast for Las Vegas.

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BGT and Strictly set for ratings battle [Video]

BGT and Strictly set for ratings battle

'Britain's Got Talent' and 'Strictly Come Dancing' are set for an Autumn ratings battle after the 'BGT' semi-finals were postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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MGNREGA provides employment to people in MP's Sehore [Video]

MGNREGA provides employment to people in MP's Sehore

People in Sehore get employment under Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (MGNREGA) amid COVID-19 lockdown. Raveena, a worker said, "We have got the work of constructing a well here...

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Experts warn lockdown lifting too early as crowds enjoy sun [Video]

Experts warn lockdown lifting too early as crowds enjoy sun

Government advisers have expressed concern about plans to ease lockdown restrictions in England from Monday. The fears come as people flock to beaches and enjoy the weekend's warm weather.

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Saturday morning forecast [Video]

Saturday morning forecast

Colorado forecast: 5/30/20

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Migrant workers travelling in trucks since 3 days to reach home, say 'changed 10-12 vehicles' [Video]

Migrant workers travelling in trucks since 3 days to reach home, say 'changed 10-12 vehicles'

A group of migrant workers was seen travelling in trucks in Odisha's Cuttack on May 30. The migrant workers were travelling towards their native places. One of them said, "I have come from Telangana..

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Chinese woman allegedly assaulted for feeding stray dogs in Greater Noida [Video]

Chinese woman allegedly assaulted for feeding stray dogs in Greater Noida

In a shocking incident, a Chinese national woman was allegedly beaten up by a man at her residential society after dispute over feeding of stray dogs. Police has registered a case against the accused...

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Elected Officials Say NYPD Officer Should Face Charges Over Shoving Incident Caught On Video [Video]

Elected Officials Say NYPD Officer Should Face Charges Over Shoving Incident Caught On Video

A growing number of elected officials say an NYPD officer should face charges over a shoving incident that was caught on video.

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Swarm of locusts hit Madhya Pradesh's Shivpuri [Video]

Swarm of locusts hit Madhya Pradesh's Shivpuri

A swarm of locusts hit Shivpuri district of Madhya Pradesh on May 30. A farmer said, "Locusts destroyed our crop. We took precautionary measures like spraying of pesticides, producing sound with the..

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Vande Bharat Mission: 3 flights carrying Indian passengers to India take off from Oman [Video]

Vande Bharat Mission: 3 flights carrying Indian passengers to India take off from Oman

Three flights carrying Indian passengers will take off from Oman to India on May 30. The special flight will carry Indian passengers for Jaipur, Ahmadabad, and Trivandrum. "We are thankful to Indian..

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4,462 patients recovered, recovery rate at 59 percent: UP Govt [Video]

4,462 patients recovered, recovery rate at 59 percent: UP Govt

Uttar Pradesh Principal Secretary of Health, Amit Mohan Prasad on May 30 briefed the detail reports of COVID-19 situation in the state. He said till now, total 4,462 patients have been recovered and..

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22 lakh migrants have returned to state via trains: UP Govt [Video]

22 lakh migrants have returned to state via trains: UP Govt

Uttar Pradesh Additional Chief Secretary of Home Department, Awanish Awasthi on May 30 stated that 1606 trains have been permitted to arrive in Uttar Pradesh bringing about 22 lakh migrants to the..

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सीएम केजरीवाल ने की प्रेस कांफ्रेंस [Video]

सीएम केजरीवाल ने की प्रेस कांफ्रेंस

दिल्ली में कोरोना संकट गहराता जा रहा है. दिल्ली के मुख्यमंत्री अरविंद..

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