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Protesters March Against Decision Not to Charge Officer in Wauwatosa, US

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Protesters March Against Decision Not To Charge Officer In Wauwatosa, US.

Protesters marched in Wauwatosa, Milwaukee County to protest the decision not to charge a police officer in the killing of a 17-year-old African-American youth in February.

Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm said Wauwatosa Police Officer Joseph Mensah acted in self-defense by shooting Alvin Cole after police responded to a disturbance at a shopping mall.

In a 14-page letter addressed to Wauwatosa Police Chief Barry Weber, Chisholm presented details of the investigation into the incident and the reasons for his decision not to charge Mensah.

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Chisholm said the investigation found that Cole had a stolen 9mm pistol which he displayed at the Mayfair Mall during an argument with another person and when police arrived, Cole ran from officers, discharged the gun, refused to surrender it, and was then fired on by Mensah.

“There is sufficient evidence that Officer Mensah had an actual subjective belief that deadly force was necessary and that belief was objectively reasonable. I do not believe that the State could disprove self-defense or defense of others in this case and therefore could not meet the burden required to charge Officer Mensah,” he said.

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COVID-19: Protests Takes Place Across Italy Over Restrictions

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ITALY PROTESTS

Protests took place across Italy on Monday over new restrictions to curb the country’s second wave of COVID-19.

Clashes were reported in the northern cities of Milan and Turin, where petrol bombs were thrown at officers.

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In Milan tear gas was used to disperse protesters, and thousands of people gathered in the centre of Naples.

The demonstrations began soon after the national government’s order to close restaurants, bars, gyms and cinemas came into effect at 6pm local time.

Many regions have also imposed night-time COVID-19 curfews – including Lombardy, Milan and Piedmont, Turin.

The violence was blamed on extremist agitators and police said 28 people had been arrested in Milan alone.

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ECOWAS Calls for Dialogue to End Unrest In Nigeria

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The Economic Community of West African States ECOWAS has urged Nigerians to sustain and build peace in the ongoing crisis in the country.

The Directorate of Communications in ECOWAS disclosed this in a statement on Thursday

ECOWAS noted with concern how the peaceful protest by Nigerian youth calling for police reform, particularly the abolition of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad had turned violent.

The statement reads, “ECOWAS Commission notes with concern that demonstrations by Nigerian youth calling for police reform, particularly the abolition of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad of the Nigeria Police, accused of misconduct by those demonstrating, have turned violent.

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“ECOWAS Commission expresses its condolences to the families and friends of those who have lost their lives during the protests and wishes the injured a speedy recovery.

While ECOWAS Commission recognizes the right of citizens to freedom of expression and peaceful assembly and protests, it also wishes to stress that those rights should be exercised in a non-violent manner.

In this regard, ECOWAS Commission calls on all protesters to remain peaceful in the conduct of their demonstrations.

It also urges the Nigerian security operatives to exercise restraint in the handling of the protests and act professionally.

“ECOWAS Commission further notes that, in an effort to address the demands of the protesting youth, the Federal Government of Nigeria took important decisions regarding disbandment of SARS, comprehensive police reforms and investigation of cases of police brutality.

It encourages the Nigerian Authorities to conduct the investigation rapidly.

“Finally, ECOWAS Commission appeals to the Federal Government of Nigeria, the Nigerian youth and the civil society to urgently pursue dialogue for an early and amicable resolution of this social unrest and maintain the Nigerian image as a bastion of law and order.” The letter read.

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#EndSARS: US Condemns Attack on Peaceful Protesters

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The United states on Thursday condemned what it called excessive use of force by the Nigerian military for firing on unarmed #EndSARS protesters.

The United states on Thursday condemned what it called excessive use of force by the Nigerian military for firing on unarmed #EndSARS protesters.

Amnesty international says at least 12 people were killed by some men in military uniform and police in a brutal crackdown on protesters Tuesday that drew international condemnation.

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“We welcome an immediate investigation into any use of excessive force by members of the security forces,” secretary of state Mike Pompeo said in a statement.

Pompeo said that those involved “should be held to account in accordance with Nigerian law.”

However, Nigeria’s army has dubbed as “fake news” reports that soldiers opened fire on demonstrators at the Lekki toll gate.

 

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