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George Floyd's brother to address U.S. House panel on police reforms

Reuters Wednesday, 10 June 2020
One of the brothers of George Floyd, whose death in Minneapolis sparked protests around the world, is due to speak to a Democratic-led congressional panel on Wednesday as lawmakers take on the twin issues of police violence and racial injustice.
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