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No-Tabacco Day 2020: This lockdown has urged many to quit smoking, have you? [Video]

No-Tabacco Day 2020: This lockdown has urged many to quit smoking, have you?

On this No Tobacco Day people share their personal experience with quitting smoking and nicotine addiction in this lockdown. Non-availability of cigrettes has urged people to quit the bad habit. Many..

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J. Cole Joins George Floyd Protestors In Fayetteville, NC [Video]

J. Cole Joins George Floyd Protestors In Fayetteville, NC

Executive Produced / Voiceover By: Pro The Goat https://www.instagram.com/jaysnprolifiq/ Video Edit: CT https://www.instagram.com/goodluckct/ Subscribe to HipHopDX on..

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US Unrest: Rioters set fire to police vehicles in New York [Video]

US Unrest: Rioters set fire to police vehicles in New York

Rioters set fire to New York City Police Department vans on Saturday, May 30 night as protests and unrest over the police killing of George Floyd swept across the United States.

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US Unrest: Rioters and looters smash New York store windows [Video]

US Unrest: Rioters and looters smash New York store windows

Rioters smashed storefront windows and looted stores in New York City on Saturday (May 30th) night as protests and unrest over the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota swept the Uni

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Past Halfway Point, Corrections Commissioner Says Things Remain Under Control [Video]

Past Halfway Point, Corrections Commissioner Says Things Remain Under Control

Minnesota Corrections Commissioner Paul Schnell provides a post-midnight update on the status of law and order in the Twin Cities (26:16). WCCO 4 News - May 31, 2020

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Santa Ana PD: "400+ Took Over The Intersection of Bristol and McFadden" [Video]

Santa Ana PD: "400+ Took Over The Intersection of Bristol and McFadden"

Corporal Anthony Bertagna of the Santa Ana PD talked to CBS2 News about Saturday evening's protest on the corner of Bristol and McFadden. Bertagna says the protest quickly swelled to over 400 people..

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Looters break into stores at Scottsdale Fashion Square mall [Video]

Looters break into stores at Scottsdale Fashion Square mall

Bryan Reynolds with Scottsdale PD joins ABC15 as looters make their way through Scottsdale Fashion Square mall.

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Day 68 of  #IndiaLockdown: Malls, Hotels, restaurants and places of worship to reopen from June 8th [Video]

Day 68 of #IndiaLockdown: Malls, Hotels, restaurants and places of worship to reopen from June 8th

According to the Union Health Ministry A record single-day jump of 8,380 new patients in the last 24 hours has taken India's coronavirus tally to nearly 1.82 lakh cases. The number of total deaths..

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Seward Businesses Standing Their Ground All Night [Video]

Seward Businesses Standing Their Ground All Night

The owners of businesses that have yet been untouched by fires are committed to staying up and standing their ground against arsonists, Erin Hassanzadeh reports (5:19). WCCO 4 News - May 31, 2020

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Spacex Falcon 9

Spacex Falcon 9

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'मन की बात' में बोले PM मोदी- कोरोना वैक्सीन पर भारत  [Video]

'मन की बात' में बोले PM मोदी- कोरोना वैक्सीन पर भारत

'मन की बात' में बोले PM मोदी- कोरोना वैक्सीन पर भारत की लैब में हो रहे काम पर..

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Protesters vandalize downtown Las Vegas [Video]

Protesters vandalize downtown Las Vegas

Protesters began vandalizing buildings in downtown Las Vegas during a protest on Saturday night.

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Looting, Violence And Vandalism: Peaceful Protests Take A Turn In Fairfax District, Beverly Hills [Video]

Looting, Violence And Vandalism: Peaceful Protests Take A Turn In Fairfax District, Beverly Hills

Thousands of protestors gathered in the Fairfax District on Saturday, marking a fourth night of unrest across Los Angeles after the deadly arrest of George Floyd in Minneapolis on Monday. At first, the..

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oronavirus: India records single-day jump of 8,380 positive cases in 24-hours| Oneindia News [Video]

oronavirus: India records single-day jump of 8,380 positive cases in 24-hours| Oneindia News

As Indian and Chinese troops remain engaged in a tense border standoff, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday asserted that the government will not allow India''s pride to be hurt under any..

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San Francisco George Floyd Protest Turns Violent; Mayor Breed Announces Curfew [Video]

San Francisco George Floyd Protest Turns Violent; Mayor Breed Announces Curfew

Kenny Choi reports on protest in San Francisco devolving into looting on Market Street and Union Square (5-30-2020)

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Women in Aligarh manufacturing masks domestically to earn living [Video]

Women in Aligarh manufacturing masks domestically to earn living

Businesses across India have suffered a great deal due to coronavirus-induced lockdown. To support families financially amid crisis, women in Aligarh decided to stitch masks in their homes. "My husband..

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La Mesa protest turns violent with fires and looting [Video]

La Mesa protest turns violent with fires and looting

A protest in front of the La Mesa Police Department turned violent Saturday, with looting and fires around the city.

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George Floyd Protest Buffalo 11pm WKBW [Video]

George Floyd Protest Buffalo 11pm WKBW

George Floyd Protest Buffalo 11pm WKBW

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La Mesa stores looted after anti-police violence protest [Video]

La Mesa stores looted after anti-police violence protest

Several La Mesa stores were raided following Saturday's anti-police violence protests, though it wasn't clear if those looting were part of the original protest.

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World No Tobacco Day: Vehicle spreads awareness against cancer caused by tobacco [Video]

World No Tobacco Day: Vehicle spreads awareness against cancer caused by tobacco

A vehicle, to spread awareness against cancer caused due to tobacco, was flagged off in Agartala. Pratima Bhoumik - Member of Parliament from Tripura West, health official and others were present at..

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Boatmen in Kochi seek financial support from government [Video]

Boatmen in Kochi seek financial support from government

Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) had informed that the south west monsoon will arrive in Kerala by June 1st week. Following which, Kerala government had announced the ban on fishing of Kerala..

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Unrest in Las Vegas [Video]

Unrest in Las Vegas

Unrest in Las Vegas continues as protesters take to the street after the death of George Floyd.

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Mother opens up about talking to her son about police [Video]

Mother opens up about talking to her son about police

Mother opens up about talking to her son about police.

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Hundreds Of Looters Target Shops In Emeryville [Video]

Hundreds Of Looters Target Shops In Emeryville

Da Lin reports on extensive looting of clothing and electronics stores in Emeryville Saturday night (5-30-2020)

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Santa Ana Protestors Throw Bottles, Fireworks At Officers; 1 OC Sheriff's Deputy Injured [Video]

Santa Ana Protestors Throw Bottles, Fireworks At Officers; 1 OC Sheriff's Deputy Injured

Around 400 protestors gathered in Santa Ana on Saturday night to protest the deadly arrest of George Floyd in Minneapolis on Monday. Some threw mortars, rocks, and bottles at officers, who deployed..

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