In the United States, protests against racism and unacceptable police violence continue. Hundreds of arguments are being rallied, and in Washington, thousands of protesters surround the White House.
While a memorial service is being held in North Carolina for George Floyd, the black man who was killed by the violence of a white police officer, thousands of protesters flocked to Washington, DC.
They gather in different places in the city and head for the White House, where President Donald Trump does not show up.
There were also demonstrations in other American cities, such as New York, Los Angeles and Philadelphia. Riots and looting have been much less recent than at the start of the demonstrations.
Across the country, more than 34,000 National Guard members have been called to steer the protest in the right direction.
Buffalo, New York City, has now sued two police officers who gave a strong push to an elderly demonstrator in the city, causing him serious injuries. They are charged with severe violence.
The two pleaded themselves innocently and their colleagues from the rapid intervention service have resigned from the service en masse.