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Minnesota police shooting of Daunte Wright: what we know so far

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Daunte Wright, a 20-year-old Black man, was shot and killed by police in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, on Sunday. Protests broke out in the suburb of Minneapolis, where one of the most-watched police trials in recent me...

Minnesota officer who killed Daunte Wright resigns along with police chief

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Both Kim Potter, the white Minnesota police officer who fatally shot the Black motorist Daunte Wright during a traffic stop, and her chief of police, Tim Gannon, have resigned. On Monday, Gannon told reporters Potter ...

Militia leader behind Minnesota mosque bombing asks for new gender identity to be recognized

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A militia leader convicted of orchestrating the bombing of a Minnesota mosque has asked a judge to legally acknowledge her transgender identity. Emily Claire Hari was found guilty last year of civil rights and hate cr...

Minnesota politician backs fundraiser for alleged Capitol attackers

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A Minnesota politician has promoted a fundraiser for several constituents who are charged with participation in the deadly 6 January attack on the US Capitol, saying they come from a “good family”. The Republican stat...

Biden administration revokes Trump-approved Minnesota mining lease

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The Biden administration on Wednesday canceled a move by former president Donald Trump to renew mineral rights leases for a proposed Twin Metals copper-nickel mine in north-eastern Minnesota. Trump had signed an orde...

Proprietor offers Minnesota paper free to new owner so he can fight in Ukraine

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For most newspapers, a subscription rate of 100% of the residents in their distribution area would be a success so huge as to be unimaginable. But Lee Zion, whose tiny Lafayette Nicollet Ledger reaches all 500 people ...