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The teenager whose film of George Floyd’s death sparked global protests said she “stays up apologising” to him for “not doing more”.

Darnella, who was 17 at the time, was one of four young witnesses who gave gripping descriptions on the second day of Derek Chauvin’s trial.

In emotional testimony, she compared Mr Floyd to her dad, brother, cousins and uncles “because they are all black”.

The case has brought issues of racial equality and policing to the fore.