Tweeted Sam in a series of posts. “Does a life of a Nigerian mean anything to our government?” Join the conversation.
Joe Walsh: “This is now war. Watch out Obama. Watch out black lives matter punks. Real America is coming after you.”
Barack Obama: “I ask all Americans to say a prayer for these officers and their families. Keep them in your thoughts.”
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton’s remarks came after fatal encounters between police and black men seized the eyes of the nation on consecutive days.
Sandra Sterling, the aunt of the slain main who raised him after his mother died, said Sterling “didn’t deserve” what happened to him.
Emmanuel Chidi Namdi was beaten when he defended his wife Chinyery after the hooligan Amedeo Mancini insulted her with racial slur and started to drag her.
“I’m heartbroken. It’s outrageous. It’s crazy,” said Muflahi, who considered Sterling a friend and allowed him to sell CDs outside his store. He provided a copy of the video to Reuters and said police took a gun from Sterling’s pocket.
“If we stand divided, we are already defeated,” Bishop Gregory Cooper of Baton Rouge told the crowd. Police stayed on the fringes of the gathering.
“Anyone who will be found killing people with albinism should know and expect life imprisonment if apprehended,” President Peter Mutharika says.
“The fragmentation of the EU has started. Britain was the first to abandon ship,” Deputy Prime Minister Nurettin Canikli wrote on Twitter.
The DSS and the military under Jonathan and Buhari have largely failed to protect the people.
We must not punish or hold accountable an entire population of 1.6 billion Muslims for the crimes of a few.
The arrest of Ahmed Mohamed in Texas highlights the worrying institutionalisation of Islamophobia in US schools. Read more.
Records revealed by UK’s first national anti-Muslim hate crime helpline has revealed that there were 816 Islamophobia offences. Read more.
Angela Merkel: “Right to asylum is foundation of Germany constitution, and the government will form comprehensive package to address the issue.” Read more.