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Derek Chauvin, already convicted of murder, and three others are accused of denying Floyd's rights.
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The girl, reported to be aged 11 or 12, shot and wounded two fellow students and a member of staff.
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Democrats say the measures are voter suppression but Republicans say they protect election integrity.
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