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The Brazilian volunteer did not receive the vaccine being tested by AstraZeneca and Oxford University.
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Amnesty International says at least 12 people were killed on Tuesday during protests in the city.
Louisville Police Sgt Jonathan Mattingly said Ms Taylor's case had "nothing to do with race".
James Safechuck claimed the star's companies allowed the star to abuse him and other children.
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