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Thursday June 18th, 2020 night edition

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New Pokemon Snap Revealed For Nintendo Switch

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During a special Pokemon Presents video presentation, The Pokemon Company has revealed a brand-new Pokemon game for Nintendo Switch: New Pokemon Snap.

New Pokemon Snap takes you to islands with a variety of locales, including jungles and beaches, where you can "research various Pokemon in their natural habitats."

The original Pokemon Snap was released in 1999 and was well-received by critics and fans. »

Revealed: officer who killed Rayshard Brooks accused of covering up 2015 shooting

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The Atlanta police officer who shot and killed Rayshard Brooks was accused of covering up an earlier shooting he and other officers participated in, according to a judge who reviewed the case.

Garrett Rolfe was fired by the Atlanta police department following what officials called the “unjustified” killing of Brooks on Friday.

Rolfe shot Brooks twice in the back as Brooks ran away after a scuffle with officers when they attempted to arrest him. »

16 friends test positive for coronavirus after an outing at a Florida bar

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(CNN) A group of 16 friends all tested positive for coronavirus after a night out at a recently reopened Florida bar.

Three members of the group, who spoke to CNN's Chris Cuomo Tuesday, said they want to remind the public that the pandemic is not over yet.

"We want to tell people it's really not ready for what we thought it was ready for, it's too soon.". »

Police in England and Wales dropping rape inquiries when victims refuse to hand in phones

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Rape investigations are being systematically dropped after victims refuse to hand over their mobile phones for analysis, an investigation has found.

The research, by the campaign group Big Brother Watch, is based on 390 rape cases that were handled by police in 2018-19.

The forms are used to notify victims of crime, most commonly victims of sexual offences, that police will download data from their phones. »