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‘Shots fired, we have shots fired’: Listen to Louisville reporter’s harrowing live broadcast — 7 wounded

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While Minnesota’s twin cities were the scene of massive protests over the police killing of George Floyd, there also was a major protest in Louisville.

“Seven people were shot Thursday night in downtown Louisville during a protest to demand justice for the shooting death of Louisville resident Breonna Taylor during a March police raid, according to the Louisville Metro Police Department,” WDRB-TV reports.

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Taylor, an EMT, was shot dead by police after they forced their way into her home.

“One person who was shot is in ‘critical’ condition, police said. All of the shooting victims are civilians, according to LMPD,” the network noted.

“It is unclear at this time whether or not we will be able to provide additional updates this evening,” said LMPD special advisor Jessie Halladay.

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Hollywood, music and politics line up to praise iconic composer Ennio Morricone

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Big names from Hollywood, music and politics lined up on Monday to praise the talent and the legacy of Italian maestro Ennio Morricone, after the iconic composer died aged 91, with Antonio Banderas saluting "a big master of cinema."

- Antonio Banderas -

"With great sadness, we say goodbye to a big master of cinema. His music will keep playing in our memories. Rest in peace #EnnioMorricone."

- Monica Bellucci -

"There are people who have the ability to make the world better because they know how to create beauty".

- Riccardo Muti, Italian conductor -

Morricone was "a master for whom I nurtured friendship and admiration."

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‘We’re next’: Hong Kong security law sends chills through Taiwan

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The imposition of a sweeping national security law on Hong Kong has sent chills through Taiwan, deepening fears that Beijing will focus next on seizing the democratic self-ruled island.

China and Taiwan split in 1949 after nationalist forces lost a civil war to Mao Zedong's communists, fleeing to the island which Beijing has since vowed to seize one day, by force if necessary.

"The law makes me dislike China even more," 18-year-old student Sylvia Chang told AFP, walking through National Taiwan University in Taipei.

"They had promised 50 years unchanged for Hong Kong but they are getting all the more heavy-handed... I am worried Hong Kong today could be Taiwan tomorrow."

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Seattle sheriff’s detective investigated after ‘All Lives Splatter’ post after protester was killed on highway

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A King County sheriff's detective is now under investigation after deplorable social media posts after a car killed a protester on I-5 in Seattle this weekend, KIRO 7 reported Monday.

Detective Mike Brown posted a meme saying "All Lives Splatter," showing people being hit by a truck.

“This has taken priority with me. And I’ve asked the undersheriff to make sure that our internal investigation command understands this is their top priority right now,” said King County Sheriff Mitzi Johanknecht.

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