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ICYMI – From the G7 to Euro 2020, nations meet face to face again

From world leaders at the G7 to football stars at the opening of the Euro 2020, our top stories from last week represented a return to normal after many of these highly anticipated global events were postponed last year due to the pandemic.

On Friday, Reuters journalists Andrew Chung, Lawrence Hurley, Andrea Januta, Jaimi Dowdell, Jackie Botts and team were recognized in the Explanatory Reporting category for their series “Shielded”. The piece used pioneering data analysis of U.S. federal court cases to explain how “qualified immunity” shields police who use excessive force from prosecution.

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Denmark’s Christian Eriksen collapses during Euro 2020 match

Messages of support for Eriksen have come pouring in, from within the game and beyond.

G7 leaders pose for socially-distanced family photo on beach

The summit is the first in-person meeting of the leaders of major developed economies for nearly two years.

Indonesian tin miners target the ocean as reserves dwindle on land

As inland mining hubs in the world’s biggest exporter of tin dwindle, miners are instead turning to the sea.

Reuters wins Pulitzer for coverage of racial injustice

The board cited Reuters reporters for the “pioneering data analysis” in their series on how police who use excessive force are shielded from prosecution.