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WAM Sunday July 10, 2016
US seems more racially divided than since the 1960s: paper
It is hard to believe that last Thursday turned out to be the deadliest day for police in the United States since the terror attacks of 9/11 almost 15 years ago. And it's harder to fathom that this deadly act, where five Dallas police officers were killed and another six were injured by a gunman, occurred at a protest that was meant to highlight the dangers faced by young black men in America at the hands of law enforcement officials. The Dubai-based English language daily, Gulf News, said in an editorial today that two recent fatal shootings by police had once again inflamed race relations and increased tensions between largely white police officers and young black men, who die disproportionately in police shootings. The paper added, "While the exact course of events surrounding the Dallas shootings have yet to be put together by officials in the Texan city, what is clear is that the perpetrator, Micah Johnson, had been "upset" by the shootings in recent days of Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge and Philando Castile near the city of St Paul. Sterling was shot while pinned down by officers during a struggle in which a pistol was believed to be in his pocket. Castile was...Read More