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Protests swell in major U.S. cities despite curfews, Trump vow to crack down

Reuters India Tuesday, 2 June 2020
Thousands of demonstrators took to a knee in the grass outside the U.S. Capitol, chanting "silence is violence" and "no justice, no peace," just before a curfew as peaceful protests against police brutality swelled in major cities on Tuesday.
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Cities across the U.S. have put curfews in place because of the protests. This allows law enforcement to stop or arrest anyone on the street afte the curfew.

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