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Fulani herders make their way back to their camps after trying to buy and sell goods at a unofficial herders market in Barkedji on May 28, 2020. COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions have closed down markets and regional movement, as a result Fulani herders are struggling to move to areas with more grazing land for there live stock. Closures of markets have meant that the prices for live stock has dropped by up to fifty percent, leaving the pastoralist stuck with out being able to pay for the provisions to move

Fulani herders make their way back to their camps after trying to buy and sell goods at a unofficial herders market in Barkedji on May 28, 2020. COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions have closed down markets and regional movement, as a result Fulani herders are struggling to move to areas with more grazing land for there live stock. Closures of markets have meant that the prices for live stock has dropped by up to fifty percent, leaving the pastoralist stuck with out being able to pay for the provisions to move on. JOHN WESSELS / AFP

Fulani herders wait to fill their water tanks at a water point in Dolly on May 30, 2020. Dolly is a pastoral reserve where Fulani pastoralists can come as a refuge before heading back North as the first rains fall. COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions have closed down markets and regional movement, as a result Fulani herders are struggling to move to areas such as Dolly which have more grazing land and access to water. JOHN WESSELS / AFP

Fulani herders wait to fill their water tanks at a water point in Dolly on May 30, 2020. Dolly is a pastoral reserve where Fulani pastoralists can come as a refuge before heading back North as the first rains fall. COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions have closed down markets and regional movement, as a result Fulani herders are struggling to move to areas such as Dolly which have more grazing land and access to water. JOHN WESSELS / AFP

Fulani herders make their way back to their camps after trying to buy and sell goods at a unofficial herders market in Barkedji on May 28, 2020. COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions have closed down markets and regional movement, as a result Fulani herders are struggling to move to areas with more grazing land for there live stock. Closures of markets have meant that the prices for live stock has dropped by up to fifty percent, leaving the pastoralist stuck with out being able to pay for the provisions to move

Fulani herders make their way back to their camps after trying to buy and sell goods at a unofficial herders market in Barkedji on May 28, 2020. COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions have closed down markets and regional movement, as a result Fulani herders are struggling to move to areas with more grazing land for there live stock. Closures of markets have meant that the prices for live stock has dropped by up to fifty percent, leaving the pastoralist stuck with out being able to pay for the provisions to move on. JOHN WESSELS / AFP

Fulani herders fill up their water tanks to take back to their camp at a unofficial herders market in Barkedji on May 28, 2020. Access to water comes at a price, many families must travel up to ten kilometres everyday to fill up their water supply, which then will be used for their livestock and themselves. COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions have closed down markets and regional movement, as a result Fulani herders are struggling to move to areas with more grazing land for there live stock. JOHN WESSELS / AF

Fulani herders fill up their water tanks to take back to their camp at a unofficial herders market in Barkedji on May 28, 2020. Access to water comes at a price, many families must travel up to ten kilometres everyday to fill up their water supply, which then will be used for their livestock and themselves. COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions have closed down markets and regional movement, as a result Fulani herders are struggling to move to areas with more grazing land for there live stock. JOHN WESSELS / AFP

Fulani herders buy and sell goods at a unofficial herders market in Barkedji on May 28, 2020. COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions have closed down markets and regional movement, as a result Fulani herders are struggling to move to areas with more grazing land for there live stock. Closures of markets have meant that the prices for live stock has dropped by up to fifty percent, leaving the pastoralist stuck with out being able to pay for the provisions to move on. JOHN WESSELS / AFP

Fulani herders buy and sell goods at a unofficial herders market in Barkedji on May 28, 2020. COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions have closed down markets and regional movement, as a result Fulani herders are struggling to move to areas with more grazing land for there live stock. Closures of markets have meant that the prices for live stock has dropped by up to fifty percent, leaving the pastoralist stuck with out being able to pay for the provisions to move on. JOHN WESSELS / AFP

Fulani herders pack their cart with fodder before making their way back to their camps at a unofficial herders market in Barkedji on May 28, 2020. COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions have closed down markets and regional movement, as a result Fulani herders are struggling to move to areas with more grazing land for there live stock. Closures of markets have meant that the prices for live stock has dropped by up to fifty percent, leaving the pastoralist stuck with out being able to pay for the provisions to mo

Fulani herders pack their cart with fodder before making their way back to their camps at a unofficial herders market in Barkedji on May 28, 2020. COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions have closed down markets and regional movement, as a result Fulani herders are struggling to move to areas with more grazing land for there live stock. Closures of markets have meant that the prices for live stock has dropped by up to fifty percent, leaving the pastoralist stuck with out being able to pay for the provisions to move on. JOHN WESSELS / AFP

Fulani herders fill up their water tanks to take back to their camp at a unofficial herders market in Barkedji on May 28, 2020. Access to water comes at a price, many families must travel up to ten kilometres everyday to fill up their water supply, which then will be used for their livestock and themselves. COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions have closed down markets and regional movement, as a result Fulani herders are struggling to move to areas with more grazing land for there live stock. JOHN WESSELS / AF

Fulani herders fill up their water tanks to take back to their camp at a unofficial herders market in Barkedji on May 28, 2020. Access to water comes at a price, many families must travel up to ten kilometres everyday to fill up their water supply, which then will be used for their livestock and themselves. COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions have closed down markets and regional movement, as a result Fulani herders are struggling to move to areas with more grazing land for there live stock. JOHN WESSELS / AFP

Fulani herders look on at their livestock from the shade of a tree at a water point in Dolly on May 30, 2020. Dolly is a pastoral reserve where Fulani pastoralists can come as a refuge before heading back North as the first rains fall. COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions have closed down markets and regional movement, as a result Fulani herders are struggling to move to areas such as Dolly which have more grazing land and access to water. JOHN WESSELS / AFP

Fulani herders look on at their livestock from the shade of a tree at a water point in Dolly on May 30, 2020. Dolly is a pastoral reserve where Fulani pastoralists can come as a refuge before heading back North as the first rains fall. COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions have closed down markets and regional movement, as a result Fulani herders are struggling to move to areas such as Dolly which have more grazing land and access to water. JOHN WESSELS / AFP

A family of Fulani herders pack their cart before making their way back to their camps after trying to buy and sell goods at a unofficial herders market in Barkedji on May 28, 2020. COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions have closed down markets and regional movement, as a result Fulani herders are struggling to move to areas with more grazing land for there live stock. Closures of markets have meant that the prices for live stock has dropped by up to fifty percent, leaving the pastoralist stuck with out being a

A family of Fulani herders pack their cart before making their way back to their camps after trying to buy and sell goods at a unofficial herders market in Barkedji on May 28, 2020. COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions have closed down markets and regional movement, as a result Fulani herders are struggling to move to areas with more grazing land for there live stock. Closures of markets have meant that the prices for live stock has dropped by up to fifty percent, leaving the pastoralist stuck with out being able to pay for the provisions to move on. JOHN WESSELS / AFP

A Fulani herder sits in the shade of a tree at a un-official herders market in Barkedji on May 29, 2020. COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions have closed down markets and regional movement, as a result Fulani herders are struggling to move to areas with more grazing land for there live stock. Closures of markets have meant that the prices for live stock has dropped by up to fifty percent, leaving the pastoralist stuck with out being able to pay for the provisions to move on. JOHN WESSELS / AFP

A Fulani herder sits in the shade of a tree at a un-official herders market in Barkedji on May 29, 2020. COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions have closed down markets and regional movement, as a result Fulani herders are struggling to move to areas with more grazing land for there live stock. Closures of markets have meant that the prices for live stock has dropped by up to fifty percent, leaving the pastoralist stuck with out being able to pay for the provisions to move on. JOHN WESSELS / AFP

Cattle drink from a well in the village of Mbetiou Peulh on May 29, 2020. Pastoral families have been stuck around this village since the COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions were put in place in March 2020. The herders are having to take their live stock further and further away to find grass to eat and are struggling to buy supplies to move South to better pastoral lands after the price of live stock halved. JOHN WESSELS / AFP

Cattle drink from a well in the village of Mbetiou Peulh on May 29, 2020. Pastoral families have been stuck around this village since the COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions were put in place in March 2020. The herders are having to take their live stock further and further away to find grass to eat and are struggling to buy supplies to move South to better pastoral lands after the price of live stock halved. JOHN WESSELS / AFP

Fulani herders make their way back to their camps after trying to buy and sell goods at a unofficial herders market in Barkedji on May 28, 2020. COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions have closed down markets and regional movement, as a result Fulani herders are struggling to move to areas with more grazing land for there live stock. Closures of markets have meant that the prices for live stock has dropped by up to fifty percent, leaving the pastoralist stuck with out being able to pay for the provisions to move
Fulani herders wait to fill their water tanks at a water point in Dolly on May 30, 2020. Dolly is a pastoral reserve where Fulani pastoralists can come as a refuge before heading back North as the first rains fall. COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions have closed down markets and regional movement, as a result Fulani herders are struggling to move to areas such as Dolly which have more grazing land and access to water. JOHN WESSELS / AFP
Fulani herders make their way back to their camps after trying to buy and sell goods at a unofficial herders market in Barkedji on May 28, 2020. COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions have closed down markets and regional movement, as a result Fulani herders are struggling to move to areas with more grazing land for there live stock. Closures of markets have meant that the prices for live stock has dropped by up to fifty percent, leaving the pastoralist stuck with out being able to pay for the provisions to move
Fulani herders fill up their water tanks to take back to their camp at a unofficial herders market in Barkedji on May 28, 2020. Access to water comes at a price, many families must travel up to ten kilometres everyday to fill up their water supply, which then will be used for their livestock and themselves. COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions have closed down markets and regional movement, as a result Fulani herders are struggling to move to areas with more grazing land for there live stock. JOHN WESSELS / AF
Fulani herders buy and sell goods at a unofficial herders market in Barkedji on May 28, 2020. COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions have closed down markets and regional movement, as a result Fulani herders are struggling to move to areas with more grazing land for there live stock. Closures of markets have meant that the prices for live stock has dropped by up to fifty percent, leaving the pastoralist stuck with out being able to pay for the provisions to move on. JOHN WESSELS / AFP
Fulani herders pack their cart with fodder before making their way back to their camps at a unofficial herders market in Barkedji on May 28, 2020. COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions have closed down markets and regional movement, as a result Fulani herders are struggling to move to areas with more grazing land for there live stock. Closures of markets have meant that the prices for live stock has dropped by up to fifty percent, leaving the pastoralist stuck with out being able to pay for the provisions to mo
Fulani herders fill up their water tanks to take back to their camp at a unofficial herders market in Barkedji on May 28, 2020. Access to water comes at a price, many families must travel up to ten kilometres everyday to fill up their water supply, which then will be used for their livestock and themselves. COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions have closed down markets and regional movement, as a result Fulani herders are struggling to move to areas with more grazing land for there live stock. JOHN WESSELS / AF
Fulani herders look on at their livestock from the shade of a tree at a water point in Dolly on May 30, 2020. Dolly is a pastoral reserve where Fulani pastoralists can come as a refuge before heading back North as the first rains fall. COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions have closed down markets and regional movement, as a result Fulani herders are struggling to move to areas such as Dolly which have more grazing land and access to water. JOHN WESSELS / AFP
A family of Fulani herders pack their cart before making their way back to their camps after trying to buy and sell goods at a unofficial herders market in Barkedji on May 28, 2020. COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions have closed down markets and regional movement, as a result Fulani herders are struggling to move to areas with more grazing land for there live stock. Closures of markets have meant that the prices for live stock has dropped by up to fifty percent, leaving the pastoralist stuck with out being a
A Fulani herder sits in the shade of a tree at a un-official herders market in Barkedji on May 29, 2020. COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions have closed down markets and regional movement, as a result Fulani herders are struggling to move to areas with more grazing land for there live stock. Closures of markets have meant that the prices for live stock has dropped by up to fifty percent, leaving the pastoralist stuck with out being able to pay for the provisions to move on. JOHN WESSELS / AFP
Cattle drink from a well in the village of Mbetiou Peulh on May 29, 2020. Pastoral families have been stuck around this village since the COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions were put in place in March 2020. The herders are having to take their live stock further and further away to find grass to eat and are struggling to buy supplies to move South to better pastoral lands after the price of live stock halved. JOHN WESSELS / AFP
Monika Medek (L) and Dagmar Dekanovsky (R) and the Camerata Carnutum orchestra, perform for guests of Zeitgeist Hotel during a window concert (Fensterkonzert) in Vienna on May 30, 2020, as hotels and cultural events have reopened in Austria amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. JOE KLAMAR / AFP

Monika Medek (L) and Dagmar Dekanovsky (R) and the Camerata Carnutum orchestra, perform for guests of Zeitgeist Hotel during a window concert (Fensterkonzert) in Vienna on May 30, 2020, as hotels and cultural events have reopened in Austria amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. JOE KLAMAR / AFP

Guests of Zeitgeist Hotel listen from their rooms to singers Monika Medek and Dagmar Dekanovsky and the Camerata Carnutum orchestra, during a window concert (Fensterkonzert) in Vienna on May 30, 2020, as hotels have reopened in Austria amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. JOE KLAMAR / AFP

Guests of Zeitgeist Hotel listen from their rooms to singers Monika Medek and Dagmar Dekanovsky and the Camerata Carnutum orchestra, during a window concert (Fensterkonzert) in Vienna on May 30, 2020, as hotels have reopened in Austria amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. JOE KLAMAR / AFP

Guests of Zeitgeist Hotel listen from their rooms to singers Monika Medek and Dagmar Dekanovsky and the Camerata Carnutum orchestra, during a window concert (Fensterkonzert) in Vienna on May 30, 2020, as hotels have reopened in Austria amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. JOE KLAMAR / AFP

Guests of Zeitgeist Hotel listen from their rooms to singers Monika Medek and Dagmar Dekanovsky and the Camerata Carnutum orchestra, during a window concert (Fensterkonzert) in Vienna on May 30, 2020, as hotels have reopened in Austria amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. JOE KLAMAR / AFP

Guests of Zeitgeist Hotel listen to singers Monika Medek and Dagmar Dekanovsky and the Camerata Carnutum orchestra, during a window concert (Fensterkonzert) in Vienna on May 30, 2020, as hotels have reopened in Austria amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. JOE KLAMAR / AFP

Guests of Zeitgeist Hotel listen to singers Monika Medek and Dagmar Dekanovsky and the Camerata Carnutum orchestra, during a window concert (Fensterkonzert) in Vienna on May 30, 2020, as hotels have reopened in Austria amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. JOE KLAMAR / AFP

Guests of Zeitgeist Hotel listen to singers Monika Medek and Dagmar Dekanovsky and the Camerata Carnutum orchestra, during a window concert (Fensterkonzert) in Vienna on May 30, 2020, as hotels have reopened in Austria amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. JOE KLAMAR / AFP

Guests of Zeitgeist Hotel listen to singers Monika Medek and Dagmar Dekanovsky and the Camerata Carnutum orchestra, during a window concert (Fensterkonzert) in Vienna on May 30, 2020, as hotels have reopened in Austria amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. JOE KLAMAR / AFP

Guests of Zeitgeist Hotel listen from their rooms to singers Monika Medek and Dagmar Dekanovsky and the Camerata Carnutum orchestra, during a window concert (Fensterkonzert) in Vienna on May 30, 2020, as hotels have reopened in Austria amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. JOE KLAMAR / AFP

Guests of Zeitgeist Hotel listen from their rooms to singers Monika Medek and Dagmar Dekanovsky and the Camerata Carnutum orchestra, during a window concert (Fensterkonzert) in Vienna on May 30, 2020, as hotels have reopened in Austria amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. JOE KLAMAR / AFP

Guests of Zeitgeist Hotel listen from their rooms to singers Monika Medek and Dagmar Dekanovsky and the Camerata Carnutum orchestra, during a window concert (Fensterkonzert) in Vienna on May 30, 2020, as hotels have reopened in Austria amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. JOE KLAMAR / AFP

Guests of Zeitgeist Hotel listen from their rooms to singers Monika Medek and Dagmar Dekanovsky and the Camerata Carnutum orchestra, during a window concert (Fensterkonzert) in Vienna on May 30, 2020, as hotels have reopened in Austria amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. JOE KLAMAR / AFP

Guests of Zeitgeist Hotel listen from their rooms to singers Monika Medek and Dagmar Dekanovsky and the Camerata Carnutum orchestra, during a window concert (Fensterkonzert) in Vienna on May 30, 2020, as hotels have reopened in Austria amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. JOE KLAMAR / AFP

Guests of Zeitgeist Hotel listen from their rooms to singers Monika Medek and Dagmar Dekanovsky and the Camerata Carnutum orchestra, during a window concert (Fensterkonzert) in Vienna on May 30, 2020, as hotels have reopened in Austria amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. JOE KLAMAR / AFP

Monika Medek (L) and Dagmar Dekanovsky (R) and the Camerata Carnutum orchestra, perform for guests of Zeitgeist Hotel during a window concert (Fensterkonzert) in Vienna on May 30, 2020, as hotels and cultural events have reopened in Austria amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. JOE KLAMAR / AFP
Guests of Zeitgeist Hotel listen from their rooms to singers Monika Medek and Dagmar Dekanovsky and the Camerata Carnutum orchestra, during a window concert (Fensterkonzert) in Vienna on May 30, 2020, as hotels have reopened in Austria amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. JOE KLAMAR / AFP
Guests of Zeitgeist Hotel listen from their rooms to singers Monika Medek and Dagmar Dekanovsky and the Camerata Carnutum orchestra, during a window concert (Fensterkonzert) in Vienna on May 30, 2020, as hotels have reopened in Austria amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. JOE KLAMAR / AFP
Guests of Zeitgeist Hotel listen to singers Monika Medek and Dagmar Dekanovsky and the Camerata Carnutum orchestra, during a window concert (Fensterkonzert) in Vienna on May 30, 2020, as hotels have reopened in Austria amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. JOE KLAMAR / AFP
Guests of Zeitgeist Hotel listen to singers Monika Medek and Dagmar Dekanovsky and the Camerata Carnutum orchestra, during a window concert (Fensterkonzert) in Vienna on May 30, 2020, as hotels have reopened in Austria amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. JOE KLAMAR / AFP
Guests of Zeitgeist Hotel listen from their rooms to singers Monika Medek and Dagmar Dekanovsky and the Camerata Carnutum orchestra, during a window concert (Fensterkonzert) in Vienna on May 30, 2020, as hotels have reopened in Austria amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. JOE KLAMAR / AFP
Guests of Zeitgeist Hotel listen from their rooms to singers Monika Medek and Dagmar Dekanovsky and the Camerata Carnutum orchestra, during a window concert (Fensterkonzert) in Vienna on May 30, 2020, as hotels have reopened in Austria amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. JOE KLAMAR / AFP
Guests of Zeitgeist Hotel listen from their rooms to singers Monika Medek and Dagmar Dekanovsky and the Camerata Carnutum orchestra, during a window concert (Fensterkonzert) in Vienna on May 30, 2020, as hotels have reopened in Austria amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. JOE KLAMAR / AFP
Syrian artists Aziz Asmar and Anis Hamdoun finish a mural depicting George Floyd, an unarmed African-American man who died while while being arrested and pinned to the ground by the knee of a Minneapolis police officer, in the town of Binnish in Syria's northwestern Idlib province on June 1, 2020. OMAR HAJ KADOUR / AFP

Syrian artists Aziz Asmar and Anis Hamdoun finish a mural depicting George Floyd, an unarmed African-American man who died while while being arrested and pinned to the ground by the knee of a Minneapolis police officer, in the town of Binnish in Syria's northwestern Idlib province on June 1, 2020. OMAR HAJ KADOUR / AFP

Protests Over The Death of George in Germany (Twitter)

Protests Over The Death of George in Germany (Twitter)

Protests Over The Death of George in Poland  (Twitter)

Protests Over The Death of George in Poland (Twitter)

A boy holds a sign during a protest Friday in downtown Los Angeles over the death of George Floyd (unicefus/Instagram)

A boy holds a sign during a protest Friday in downtown Los Angeles over the death of George Floyd (unicefus/Instagram)

A woman is holding a Black Lives Matter placard asking for Justice for George and other victims of racism and police brutalities on Montreal's Place du Canada on May 31, 2020. Several thousands demonstrators marched on Sunday in central Montreal against racism and police violence, in solidarity with demonstrations in the United States following the death of George Floyd. Eric THOMAS / AFP

A woman is holding a Black Lives Matter placard asking for Justice for George and other victims of racism and police brutalities on Montreal's Place du Canada on May 31, 2020. Several thousands demonstrators marched on Sunday in central Montreal against racism and police violence, in solidarity with demonstrations in the United States following the death of George Floyd. Eric THOMAS / AFP

Some 4,000 New Zealand protesters demonstrate against the killing of Minneapolis man George Floyd in a Black Lives Matter protest in Auckland on June 1, 2020. MICHAEL BRADLEY / AFP

Some 4,000 New Zealand protesters demonstrate against the killing of Minneapolis man George Floyd in a Black Lives Matter protest in Auckland on June 1, 2020. MICHAEL BRADLEY / AFP

People take part in a protest over the police killing of George Floyd in the USA, on June 1, 2020 in Barcelona. The United States has erupted into days and nights of protests, violence, and looting, following the death of George Floyd after he was detained and held down by a knee to his neck, dying shortly after. Pau Barrena / AFP

People take part in a protest over the police killing of George Floyd in the USA, on June 1, 2020 in Barcelona. The United States has erupted into days and nights of protests, violence, and looting, following the death of George Floyd after he was detained and held down by a knee to his neck, dying shortly after. Pau Barrena / AFP

Iranians hold a vigil in memory of George Floyd in Tehran, Iran (Twitter)

Iranians hold a vigil in memory of George Floyd in Tehran, Iran (Twitter)

Flashmob of protest against the killing of George Floyd in front of the consulate of United States of America on May 28, 2020 in Milan, Italy (Twitter)

Flashmob of protest against the killing of George Floyd in front of the consulate of United States of America on May 28, 2020 in Milan, Italy (Twitter)

Syrian artists Aziz Asmar and Anis Hamdoun finish a mural depicting George Floyd, an unarmed African-American man who died while while being arrested and pinned to the ground by the knee of a Minneapolis police officer, in the town of Binnish in Syria's northwestern Idlib province on June 1, 2020. OMAR HAJ KADOUR / AFP
Protests Over The Death of George in Germany (Twitter)
Protests Over The Death of George in Poland  (Twitter)
A boy holds a sign during a protest Friday in downtown Los Angeles over the death of George Floyd (unicefus/Instagram)
A woman is holding a Black Lives Matter placard asking for Justice for George and other victims of racism and police brutalities on Montreal's Place du Canada on May 31, 2020. Several thousands demonstrators marched on Sunday in central Montreal against racism and police violence, in solidarity with demonstrations in the United States following the death of George Floyd. Eric THOMAS / AFP
Some 4,000 New Zealand protesters demonstrate against the killing of Minneapolis man George Floyd in a Black Lives Matter protest in Auckland on June 1, 2020. MICHAEL BRADLEY / AFP
People take part in a protest over the police killing of George Floyd in the USA, on June 1, 2020 in Barcelona. The United States has erupted into days and nights of protests, violence, and looting, following the death of George Floyd after he was detained and held down by a knee to his neck, dying shortly after. Pau Barrena / AFP
Iranians hold a vigil in memory of George Floyd in Tehran, Iran (Twitter)
Flashmob of protest against the killing of George Floyd in front of the consulate of United States of America on May 28, 2020 in Milan, Italy (Twitter)
US President Donald Trump watches the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying the SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule, with astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley, lifts off from Kennedy Space Center in Florida on May 30, 2020. Trump travels to Kennedy Space Center in Florida to watch the launch of the manned SpaceX Demo-2 mission to the International Space Station. MANDEL NGAN / AFP

US President Donald Trump watches the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying the SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule, with astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley, lifts off from Kennedy Space Center in Florida on May 30, 2020. Trump travels to Kennedy Space Center in Florida to watch the launch of the manned SpaceX Demo-2 mission to the International Space Station. MANDEL NGAN / AFP

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying the Crew Dragon spacecraft lifts off from launch complex 39A at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on May 30, 2020. NASA astronauts Hurley and Bob Behnken are set to depart for an extended stay at the International Space Station on the SpaceX Demo-2 mission. Gregg Newton / AFP

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying the Crew Dragon spacecraft lifts off from launch complex 39A at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on May 30, 2020. NASA astronauts Hurley and Bob Behnken are set to depart for an extended stay at the International Space Station on the SpaceX Demo-2 mission. Gregg Newton / AFP

US President Donald Trump arrives to speak after the launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket and Crew Dragon spacecraft on NASA's SpaceX Demo-2 mission to the International Space Station from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida on May 30, 2020. Trump travels to Kennedy Space Center in Florida to watch the launch of the MANDEL NGAN / AFP

US President Donald Trump arrives to speak after the launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket and Crew Dragon spacecraft on NASA's SpaceX Demo-2 mission to the International Space Station from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida on May 30, 2020. Trump travels to Kennedy Space Center in Florida to watch the launch of the MANDEL NGAN / AFP

Spacex founder Elon Musk celebrates after the successful launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket with the manned Crew Dragon spacecraft at the Kennedy Space Center on May 30, 2020 in Cape Canaveral, Florida. Earlier in the day NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley lifted off an inaugural flight and will be the first people since the end of the Space Shuttle program in 2011 to be launched into space from the United States. Joe Raedle/Getty Images/AFP

Spacex founder Elon Musk celebrates after the successful launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket with the manned Crew Dragon spacecraft at the Kennedy Space Center on May 30, 2020 in Cape Canaveral, Florida. Earlier in the day NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley lifted off an inaugural flight and will be the first people since the end of the Space Shuttle program in 2011 to be launched into space from the United States. Joe Raedle/Getty Images/AFP

President Donald Trump (L) Second Lady Karen Pence (C) Vice President Mike Pence (R) watch from the rooftop of the Operational Building at NASA during the launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket with NASA astronauts Bob Behnken (R) and Doug Hurley aboard the rocket from the Kennedy Space Center on May 30, 2020 in Cape Canaveral, Florida. The inaugural flight is the first manned mission since the end of the Space Shuttle program in 2011 to be launched into space from the United States. Saul Martinez/Getty Image

President Donald Trump (L) Second Lady Karen Pence (C) Vice President Mike Pence (R) watch from the rooftop of the Operational Building at NASA during the launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket with NASA astronauts Bob Behnken (R) and Doug Hurley aboard the rocket from the Kennedy Space Center on May 30, 2020 in Cape Canaveral, Florida. The inaugural flight is the first manned mission since the end of the Space Shuttle program in 2011 to be launched into space from the United States. Saul Martinez/Getty Images/AFP

The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launches into space with NASA astronauts Bob Behnken (R) and Doug Hurley aboard the rocket from the Kennedy Space Center on May 30, 2020 in Cape Canaveral, Florida. The inaugural flight is the first manned mission since the end of the Space Shuttle program in 2011 to be launched into space from the United States. Saul Martinez/Getty Images/AFP

The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launches into space with NASA astronauts Bob Behnken (R) and Doug Hurley aboard the rocket from the Kennedy Space Center on May 30, 2020 in Cape Canaveral, Florida. The inaugural flight is the first manned mission since the end of the Space Shuttle program in 2011 to be launched into space from the United States. Saul Martinez/Getty Images/AFP

NASA astronauts Bob Behnken (R) and Doug Hurley say goodbye to family members after walk ing out of the Operations and Checkout Building on their way to the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket with the Crew Dragon spacecraft on launch pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center on May 30, 2020 in Cape Canaveral, Florida. The inaugural flight will be the first manned mission since the end of the Space Shuttle program in 2011 to be launched into space from the United States. Joe Raedle/Getty Images/AFP

NASA astronauts Bob Behnken (R) and Doug Hurley say goodbye to family members after walk ing out of the Operations and Checkout Building on their way to the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket with the Crew Dragon spacecraft on launch pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center on May 30, 2020 in Cape Canaveral, Florida. The inaugural flight will be the first manned mission since the end of the Space Shuttle program in 2011 to be launched into space from the United States. Joe Raedle/Getty Images/AFP

Kennedy Space Center Director Bob Cabana speaks about the weather outlook during a pre-launch briefing at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on May 29, 2020. The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket (rear) with the Crew Dragon capsule is rescheduled to launch to the International Space Station on May 30, carrying astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley. Gregg Newton / AFP

Kennedy Space Center Director Bob Cabana speaks about the weather outlook during a pre-launch briefing at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on May 29, 2020. The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket (rear) with the Crew Dragon capsule is rescheduled to launch to the International Space Station on May 30, carrying astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley. Gregg Newton / AFP

US President Donald Trump speaks near a SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule at a press briefing after the launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket and Crew Dragon spacecraft on NASA's SpaceX Demo-2 mission to the International Space Station from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida on May 30, 2020. Trump travels to Kennedy Space Center in Florida to watch the launch of the MANDEL NGAN / AFP

US President Donald Trump speaks near a SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule at a press briefing after the launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket and Crew Dragon spacecraft on NASA's SpaceX Demo-2 mission to the International Space Station from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida on May 30, 2020. Trump travels to Kennedy Space Center in Florida to watch the launch of the MANDEL NGAN / AFP

US President Donald Trump watches the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying the SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule, with astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley, lifts off from Kennedy Space Center in Florida on May 30, 2020. Trump travels to Kennedy Space Center in Florida to watch the launch of the manned SpaceX Demo-2 mission to the International Space Station. MANDEL NGAN / AFP
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carrying the Crew Dragon spacecraft lifts off from launch complex 39A at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on May 30, 2020. NASA astronauts Hurley and Bob Behnken are set to depart for an extended stay at the International Space Station on the SpaceX Demo-2 mission. Gregg Newton / AFP
US President Donald Trump arrives to speak after the launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket and Crew Dragon spacecraft on NASA's SpaceX Demo-2 mission to the International Space Station from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida on May 30, 2020. Trump travels to Kennedy Space Center in Florida to watch the launch of the MANDEL NGAN / AFP
Spacex founder Elon Musk celebrates after the successful launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket with the manned Crew Dragon spacecraft at the Kennedy Space Center on May 30, 2020 in Cape Canaveral, Florida. Earlier in the day NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley lifted off an inaugural flight and will be the first people since the end of the Space Shuttle program in 2011 to be launched into space from the United States. Joe Raedle/Getty Images/AFP
President Donald Trump (L) Second Lady Karen Pence (C) Vice President Mike Pence (R) watch from the rooftop of the Operational Building at NASA during the launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket with NASA astronauts Bob Behnken (R) and Doug Hurley aboard the rocket from the Kennedy Space Center on May 30, 2020 in Cape Canaveral, Florida. The inaugural flight is the first manned mission since the end of the Space Shuttle program in 2011 to be launched into space from the United States. Saul Martinez/Getty Image
The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launches into space with NASA astronauts Bob Behnken (R) and Doug Hurley aboard the rocket from the Kennedy Space Center on May 30, 2020 in Cape Canaveral, Florida. The inaugural flight is the first manned mission since the end of the Space Shuttle program in 2011 to be launched into space from the United States. Saul Martinez/Getty Images/AFP
NASA astronauts Bob Behnken (R) and Doug Hurley say goodbye to family members after walk ing out of the Operations and Checkout Building on their way to the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket with the Crew Dragon spacecraft on launch pad 39A at the Kennedy Space Center on May 30, 2020 in Cape Canaveral, Florida. The inaugural flight will be the first manned mission since the end of the Space Shuttle program in 2011 to be launched into space from the United States. Joe Raedle/Getty Images/AFP
Kennedy Space Center Director Bob Cabana speaks about the weather outlook during a pre-launch briefing at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on May 29, 2020. The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket (rear) with the Crew Dragon capsule is rescheduled to launch to the International Space Station on May 30, carrying astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley. Gregg Newton / AFP
US President Donald Trump speaks near a SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule at a press briefing after the launch of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket and Crew Dragon spacecraft on NASA's SpaceX Demo-2 mission to the International Space Station from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida on May 30, 2020. Trump travels to Kennedy Space Center in Florida to watch the launch of the MANDEL NGAN / AFP
Palestinian Muslim worshippers pray at the al-Aqsa mosque compound, in Jerusalem's Old City on May 31, 2020, after a two-month closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Ahmad GHARABLI / AFP

Palestinian Muslim worshippers pray at the al-Aqsa mosque compound, in Jerusalem's Old City on May 31, 2020, after a two-month closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Ahmad GHARABLI / AFP

Palestinian men react as they walk in front of the Dome of Rock at the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound, before the start of the dawn prayer (salat al-fajr) inside the compound in Jerusalem's Old City, on May 31, 2020, after a two-month closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. AHMAD GHARABLI / AFP

Palestinian men react as they walk in front of the Dome of Rock at the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound, before the start of the dawn prayer (salat al-fajr) inside the compound in Jerusalem's Old City, on May 31, 2020, after a two-month closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. AHMAD GHARABLI / AFP

Palestinian Muslim worshippers enter to pray at the al-Aqsa mosque compound, Islam's third holiest site, in Jerusalem's Old City on May 31, 2020, after a two-month closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Ahmad GHARABLI / AFP

Palestinian Muslim worshippers enter to pray at the al-Aqsa mosque compound, Islam's third holiest site, in Jerusalem's Old City on May 31, 2020, after a two-month closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Ahmad GHARABLI / AFP

A Palestinian youth waves a national flag in front of the Dome of Rock at the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound, before the start of the dawn prayer (salat al-fajr) inside the compound in Jerusalem's Old City, on May 31, 2020, after a two-month closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. AHMAD GHARABLI / AFP

A Palestinian youth waves a national flag in front of the Dome of Rock at the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound, before the start of the dawn prayer (salat al-fajr) inside the compound in Jerusalem's Old City, on May 31, 2020, after a two-month closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. AHMAD GHARABLI / AFP

Palestinians perform the dawn prayer (salat al-fajr) inside the al-Aqsa mosque compound, in Jerusalem's Old City on May 31, 2020, after a two-month closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. AHMAD GHARABLI / AFP

Palestinians perform the dawn prayer (salat al-fajr) inside the al-Aqsa mosque compound, in Jerusalem's Old City on May 31, 2020, after a two-month closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. AHMAD GHARABLI / AFP

Palestinians perform the dawn prayer (salat al-fajr) inside the al-Aqsa mosque compound, in Jerusalem's Old City on May 31, 2020, after a two-month closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. AHMAD GHARABLI / AFP

Palestinians perform the dawn prayer (salat al-fajr) inside the al-Aqsa mosque compound, in Jerusalem's Old City on May 31, 2020, after a two-month closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. AHMAD GHARABLI / AFP

A Palestinian man prays in front of the Dome of the Rock at the al-Aqsa mosque compound, in Jerusalem's Old City on May 31, 2020, after a two-month closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Ahmad GHARABLI / AFP

A Palestinian man prays in front of the Dome of the Rock at the al-Aqsa mosque compound, in Jerusalem's Old City on May 31, 2020, after a two-month closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Ahmad GHARABLI / AFP

A Palestinian man performs the morning prayer inside Al-Aqsa mosque, before the start of the dawn prayer (salat al-fajr) in Jerusalem's Old City, on May 31, 2020, after a two-month closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. AHMAD GHARABLI / AFP

A Palestinian man performs the morning prayer inside Al-Aqsa mosque, before the start of the dawn prayer (salat al-fajr) in Jerusalem's Old City, on May 31, 2020, after a two-month closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. AHMAD GHARABLI / AFP

Palestinian Muslim worshippers pray at the al-Aqsa mosque compound, in Jerusalem's Old City on May 31, 2020, after a two-month closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Ahmad GHARABLI / AFP
Palestinian men react as they walk in front of the Dome of Rock at the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound, before the start of the dawn prayer (salat al-fajr) inside the compound in Jerusalem's Old City, on May 31, 2020, after a two-month closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. AHMAD GHARABLI / AFP
Palestinian Muslim worshippers enter to pray at the al-Aqsa mosque compound, Islam's third holiest site, in Jerusalem's Old City on May 31, 2020, after a two-month closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Ahmad GHARABLI / AFP
A Palestinian youth waves a national flag in front of the Dome of Rock at the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound, before the start of the dawn prayer (salat al-fajr) inside the compound in Jerusalem's Old City, on May 31, 2020, after a two-month closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. AHMAD GHARABLI / AFP
Palestinians perform the dawn prayer (salat al-fajr) inside the al-Aqsa mosque compound, in Jerusalem's Old City on May 31, 2020, after a two-month closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. AHMAD GHARABLI / AFP
Palestinians perform the dawn prayer (salat al-fajr) inside the al-Aqsa mosque compound, in Jerusalem's Old City on May 31, 2020, after a two-month closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. AHMAD GHARABLI / AFP
A Palestinian man prays in front of the Dome of the Rock at the al-Aqsa mosque compound, in Jerusalem's Old City on May 31, 2020, after a two-month closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Ahmad GHARABLI / AFP
A Palestinian man performs the morning prayer inside Al-Aqsa mosque, before the start of the dawn prayer (salat al-fajr) in Jerusalem's Old City, on May 31, 2020, after a two-month closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. AHMAD GHARABLI / AFP

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