The Colombian president announced the formation of a new department that will focus on human rights and will report to the nation's police chief.
The riots erupted after former President Jacob Zuma began serving a 15-month prison sentence for contempt of court.
France, the European Union and the U.S. urged Lebanese politicians to form a Cabinet and schedule an international conference to support the effort.
South Africa deployed 25,000 troops, one of the largest deployments of soldiers since the end of white minority rule in 1994, to quell the riots.
Former South African President Jacob Zuma was sentenced to 15 months in prison last week and riots have escalated since.
The 2018 riot at Lee Correctional Institution saw seven inmates killed and 17 injured over the course of more than seven hours.
Gomez is one of the first Republicans to announce a run to replace Democratic Governor Kate Brown, who cannot seek re-election due to term limits.
In lawsuit filed Tuesday night, photographer Carolyn Cole and Bureau Chief Molly Hennessey-Fiske, both of the Los Angeles Times, alleged that troopers trapped them against a block wall and hit them with blunt projectiles, tear gas and chemical spray.
Tensions escalate in Spain during the housing crisis, as a video from a protest on Tuesday shows protesters spraying paint at police.
"I haven't heard Maxine saying anything about people 'peacefully' protesting," said Louisiana GOP Rep. Scalise Tuesday.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy has also joined Greene's calls to expel Representative Maxine Waters following the congresswoman's appearance at the Brooklyn Center protests over the weekend.
Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) called on protestors to get "more confrontational" if officer Derek Chauvin isn't found guilty of murdering George Floyd.
HB 1, passed Thursday by the Florida Senate, will give legal immunity to those who drive through protests and keep arrestees from posting bail until their first court appearance.
More than 60 people were arrested on Wednesday night, according to the head of Minnesota State Patrol.
"For us to be able to reopen and be the light in the city that people expect us to be and all our community actions, it's tough to know that we have to close again," store owner Moh Habib said.
The state's National Guard has been activated and around 20 businesses have reportedly broken into in the Brooklyn Park area, according to police.
"We all saw what happened, we know what happened, and we can't let that happen again," the Missouri senator said Sunday.
Biggs, who reportedly sought a preemptive Trump pardon over his role in the Capitol attacks, defended his decision to vote against a bipartisan resolution to award Capitol police officers involved in the January 6 response.
A filing by the United States opposed Timothy Hale-Cusanelli's pre-trial release and showed evidence that the defendant had white supremacist ideologies.
The California congressman called on Republicans to tell members of the party that President Joe Biden won the election "fair and square."
Democrats wanted to know about the House minority leader's conversation with the former president on the day of the Capitol riot.
The New York congressman criticized the freshman from Utah, implying that his vote to object the election certification was unpatriotic.
"Her stories are validating for so many of us with similar experiences and she is showing people that vulnerability is strength," said Rep. Ilhan Omar.
All these stories based on Antifa talking points were meant to create an impression that Trump had literally sent secret police to disappear left‐wing opposition. It was false.
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Anthime Joseph Gionet, formerly known on YouTube as Baked Alaska, is among a number of alt-right figures who have been banned from TikTok in the aftermath of the riot at the U.S. Capitol.
King discussed the "foolishness" of the potential threat to 50 state governments ahead of Biden's inauguration on Wednesday.
"If you commit a crime, you're guilty, and the person who told you to do it is guilty," Colorado Congresswoman Diana DeGette said Sunday.