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Two officers shot during Louisville protests: Breonna Taylor Verdict

All Round View (Peshawar): Two police officers were shot on Wednesday amid protests in the US over the decision of a grand jury who did not charge any officer for killing an unarmed black woman, Breonna Taylor.
Furthermore, a state of emergency was declared in the city of Louisville and the National Guard was also deployed.
26 years old Taylor  worked as an emergency medical technician in a hospital. Three officers raided her house on 13 March and shot her dead.
A grand jury in the city of Louisville indicated one of the officers with “Wanton Endangerment” for shots which hit a neighboring apartment.
According to the Attorney General, actions of the other officers were justified.
Moreover, cases of killings of unarmed black people by Police fuelled anger across US. Especially by the death of George Floyd in Police custody in Minneapolis in May.
Police said that they arrested 127 people in Louisville overnight for breaking the curfew.

Sumaira Aftab

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Summaira Aftab is a young, energetic and motivated student doing her M.Sc. in Psychology at Islamia College Peshawar. She is engaged with the All Round View and the Midnight Posts as Assistant Sub Editor. She is a good writer, and writes on social and political issues. She possesses good writing skills. Apart from that she is a good painter and sketch artist.
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