The governor said he will direct the Virginia State Police to conduct an independent investigation, and that he has invited Nazario to meet with him.
The state of Iowa will pay $225,000 to a man who was injured when a state trooper knocked him over and put his knee on his neck during a 2017 traffic stop, according to documents released Monday.
"First of all, pulling him down to the ground face down and putting your knee on the neck for that amount of time is just uncalled for," the top-ranking police officer in the department's homicide unit testified on Friday.
"When Mr. Floyd was no longer offering up any resistance to the officers, they could have ended their restraint," Sergeant David Ploger said in court.
Body camera footage captured Ambler repeatedly saying he couldn't breathe as two Texas sheriff's deputies shocked him stun guns.
Videos shared on social media showed 36-year-old Victoria Esperanza Salazar Arriaza under the knee of a police officer in Tulum, Mexico. She later died from injuries sustained.
Around 2,000 people gathered in the Malieveld area of The Hague in the Netherlands for the protest, which led to 20 arrests, police said.
The report, conducted by a panel of former LAPD commanders, found that the LAPD suffered from a "chaos of command" that injured hundreds and violated First Amendment protections.
"The man whose breath was squeezed out of his body is not on trial," tweeted Michele Norris, the founder of The Race Card Project.
Terrence Floyd, 43, said his family is going through a "trying time" as the trial of the former Minneapolis police officer charged in his brother's death gets underway.
The bill would ban chokeholds and create national standards for policing, as well as outlawing "qualified immunity" for law enforcement.
Chauvin's trial is set to begin on March 29, with jury selection scheduled for next Monday.
Protesters gathered in Rochester, New York after it was announced that a grand jury had declined to indict the officers involved in Daniel Prude's death in March last year.
Officer Luther Hall was left with injuries to his face, neck and back after being attacked by fellow officers while working undercover during the 2011 St Louis protests.
Martin Gugino, then 75, was shoved to the ground during a BLM protest last June, suffering a cracked skull and brain injury.
Jose Albert Lizarraga Garcia, from the city of Indio, died two weeks ago after being arrested for alleged "suspicious" behaviour.
Former Columbus, Ohio police officer Adam Coy was captured on video "banging" the head of a suspect on the hood of a car more than eight years before being charged with the murder of Andre Hill.
Protests have been held outside Rochester Police Department's headquarters after body camera footage of the incident was released on YouTube.
Despite heavy winter storms, protesters chanted "Black Lives Matter" and "No justice, no peace" while overturning barricades outside the police station.
Body camera footage of the incident on January 29 shows officers restraining a distressed girl as she repeatedly screams for her father.
"I guarantee you if that was a Black Lives Matter protest in D.C., there would already be people shackled, arrested or dead," Reid said.
A 25 second clip posted on Facebook appears to show an officer sat on the canine in a parking lot, during what Vacaville Police Department said was a training exercise.
Floyd's death on Memorial Day after being pinned with a knee to the neck by a white Minneapolis officer shocked the nation, galvanizing Black Lives Matter protests across the U.S. and abroad.
Bodycam footage shows a routine minor traffic infringement escalate into two arrests in a residential suburb of Texas.
Anton Black died after police pinned him down, similar to the way George Floyd died earlier this year.
According to Mapping Police Violence, by the end of November, there had only been 17 days in the year when officers did not kill someone.
The fallout from a clip of French officers beating a Black man has intensified as President Macron's government pushes a new bill that critics say would make it illegal to publish images or footage of police activity.
The city of Schertz has released more than 20 videos regarding the arrest of Zekee Rayford.