This 2 June 2020 video from the USA says about itself:
Police Escalate Violence at George Floyd Protests Across the U.S. | NowThis
Police officers were filmed starting or escalating violence at George Floyd protests across the country (warning: distressing).
In US news and current events today, police are being filmed appearing to escalate violence at protests for George Floyd all across the country. Protests have erupted in at least 30 cities across the U.S. over the death of George Floyd during an arrest on May 25.
The National Guard has reportedly been deployed to at least 20 states to assist local police in controlling large crowds. Many protesters, the majority of which have remained peaceful, report police using tear gas and excessive force during the George Floyd demonstrations. A local Minneapolis affiliate interviewed a health care worker who said police shot at her while she was treating an injured protester.
Protests in Louisville continue day after police and National Guard kill local restaurant owner. By Jerry White, 2 June 2020. Claims that David McAtee was killed after police and National Guard troops “returned fire” from protesters fell apart after the Louisville mayor declared there was no body camera footage of the incident.
The “experience of the pandemic has made me more aware that it comes down to capitalism”. Impact of COVID-19 and George Floyd killing on artistic life: An interview with a young artist-actor in Brooklyn, New York. By Clare Hurley, 2 June 2020. Artist and actor Bamoozie (his artist moniker) spoke with the WSWS about the impact of the pandemic on his economic situation, artistic work and political perspective, as well as his thoughts on the police murder of George Floyd.
Trump administration deploys military to the capital as nationwide protests continue. By Jacob Crosse, 2 June 2020. Trump’s dictatorial moves to quash protests against the police murder of George Floyd signal an escalation of state violence.
Thousands rally in Perth, Australia against police violence. By Oscar Grenfell, 2 June 2020. The protest was a rebuke of Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s declaration that “There’s no need to import things happening in other countries here to Australia.”
This 1 June 2020 Reuters news agency video says about itself:
Protests across New Zealand over US police murder of George Floyd. By Tom Peters, 2 June 2020. Thousands rallied in solidarity with those protesting police killings in the United States, and many expressed opposition to the further militarisation of the New Zealand Police.
This 2 June 2020 Dutch video is by the Groningen city broadcasting organisation. Includes an interview with an organiser of today’s demonstration in Groningen. About 1000 people participated, NOS radio reports.
These tweets are about today’s demonstration in The Hague in the Netherlands. Thousands participated, taking a knee, like Colin Kaepernick; as this video shows.