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Jonathan Ernst

Sporadic violence flares in latest U.S. protests over Floyd death

03 Jun 2020

WASHINGTON/MINNEAPOLIS Tens of thousands of people defied curfews to take to the streets of U.S. cities on Tuesday for an eighth night of protests over the death of a black man in police custody, as National Guard troops lined the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. | Video

Trump droht mit Einsatz des Militärs gegen Demonstranten

02 Jun 2020

Washington/Minneapolis US-Präsident Donald Trump droht mit dem Einsatz des Militärs, um die teils gewaltsamen Proteste gegen Rassismus und Polizeigewalt zu stoppen.

Four police shot in violent protests after Trump vows to bring in U.S. military

02 Jun 2020

WASHINGTON/MINNEAPOLIS Four St Louis police officers were hit by gunfire late on Monday during violent protests over the death of a black man in police custody, hours after President Donald Trump vowed to use the U.S. military to halt the spreading clashes. | Video

Liberians grapple with potential loss of U.S. legal status

14 May 2019

BROOKLYN PARK, Minn. As snow blanketed African markets, churches and graves in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota, in February, members of the Liberian community were praying fervently that this would not be their last winter in the United States.

The Masters Golf Tournament up close

07 Apr 2017

AUGUSTA, Ga. Golfers from around the world teed up for the 81st U.S. Masters tournament this week, after six-time winner Jack Nicklaus took the opening ceremonial tee shot on Thursday.

Maryland police officer slain in ambush, two suspects arrested

14 Mar 2016

LANDOVER, Md. A gunman opened fire on a police station in the Maryland suburbs of Washington, D.C., on Sunday, killing one officer in what authorities called an unprovoked attack before the assailant and a second suspect were arrested. | Video

Circle of life in world’s largest refugee camp

07 Sep 2011

I arrived in Dadaab, Kenya, well after the story broke.

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