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George Floyd's death: United States continues to burn with violent protests

Mid-Day Tuesday, 2 June 2020
George Floyd's death: United States continues to burn with violent protestsThe US remained a tinderbox of anger and emotion as violent protests erupted for a sixth day across the country over the custodial killing of African-American George Floyd, resulting in the death of at least five people, the arrest of thousands and placing of curfew in nearly 40 cities, while forcing President Donald Trump to...
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News video: US protests: Mahatma Gandhi's statue outside Indian Embassy vandalised in Washington DC

US protests: Mahatma Gandhi's statue outside Indian Embassy vandalised in Washington DC 01:36

Mahatma Gandhi's statue outside the Indian Embassy in Washington DC desecrated by unruly elements involved in US protests. Sources told to ANI that United States Park Police have launched an investigation and more details are awaited. Mass protests against an African-American man's death intensified...

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