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Geopolitics

Race Protests In U.S. — 26 Front Pages From Around The World

Protests in New York City
Protests in New York City

After more than two months headlines around the world focused on a single topic — COVID-19 — collective attention has turned to another story: the death of an unarmed black man George Floyd at the hands of four police officers in the American city of Minneapolis on May 25th, and the violent protests that followed in cities across the country, as U.S. President Donald Trump seemed to encourage more violence. Protests have been escalating for a week, with chaotic scenes of riots and buildings set on fire now everywhere on newspapers front pages from around the world:

USA

Star Tribune

The Wall Street Journal

The New York Times

The Washington Post


CANADA

The Globe and Mail

The Toronto Star


CUBA

Granma


BRAZIL

Folha de Sao Paulo


COLOMBIA


ARGENTINA

La Nacion


FRANCE

Libération

La Croix


UNITED KINGDOM

The Independent


SPAIN

La Razon

La Vanguardia


GERMANY

Die Tageszeitung


AUSTRIA

Kleine Zeitung


NETHERLANDS

De Volkskrant


DENMARK

Politiken


SWEDEN

Dagens Nyheter


SLOVAKIA

Dennik N


CROATIA

Vecernji list


ISRAEL

Haaretz


SOUTH KOREA

The Chosun Ilbo


AUSTRALIA

The Daily Telegraph


NEW ZEALAND

The Dominion Post

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How Argentina Is Changing Tactics To Combat Gender Violence

Argentina has tweaked its protocols for responding to sexual and domestic violence. It hopes to encourage victims to report crimes and reveal information vital to a prosecution.

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Mara Resio

BUENOS AIRES - In the first three months of 2023, Argentina counted 116 killings of women, transvestites and trans-people, according to a local NGO, Observatorio MuMaLá. They reveal a pattern in these killings, repeated every year: most femicides happen at home, and 70% of victims were protected in principle by a restraining order on the aggressor.

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Now, legal action against gender violence, which must begin with a formal complaint to the police, has a crucial tool — the Protocol for the Investigation and Litigation of Cases of Sexual Violence (Protocolo de investigación y litigio de casos de violencia sexual). The protocol was recommended by the acting head of the state prosecution service, Eduardo Casal, and laid out by the agency's Specialized Prosecution Unit for Violence Against Women (UFEM).

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