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Washington DC has seen some of the worst violence overnight, as protests continued in the US capital and cities around the country over the death of an unarmed black man at the hands of police in the state on Minnesota.

George Floyd, 46, died in police custody shortly after a white officer was seen kneeling on his neck to pin him down.

Image copyright – GETTY IMAGES : On Sunday, large crowds of protesters once again rallied outside the White House to voice their anger over the killing
A protester kicks an object into a fire near the White House in Washington DC. Photo: 31 May 2020
  Image copyright – GETTY IMAGES : This time demonstrators lit fires, setting up burning barricades
A protesters throws a stone at police (in the background) in Washington DC. Photo: 31 May 2020
  Image copyright – GETTY IMAGES : Some were seen throwing stones and other objects at riot police officers deployed in the city
Torched cars in Washington DC. Photo: 31 May 2020
  Image copyright – REUTERS : Cars were torched and properties looted and vandalised
Protesters burn a US flag in Washington DC. Photo: 31 May 2020
  Image copyright – GETTY IMAGES : American flags were tossed in the bonfires
Police clash with protesters near St John's Church in Washington DC. Photo: 31 May 2020
  Image copyright – REUTERS : A fire was set in the basement of St John’s Episcopal Church – a historic building close the White House. Every sitting US president has attended the church at least once since it was built in 1816.
People run as police disperse demonstrators in Washington DC. Photo: 31 May 2020
  Image copyright – REUTERS : Police used flash grenades to disperse crowds
Police detain protesters in Washington DC. Photo: 31 May 2020
Image copyright – GETTY IMAGES :  A number of arrests were later made by police
Riot police secure the area around the White House in Washington DC. Photo: 31 May 2020 Image copyright REUTERS : Riot police managed to keep protesters at bay, protecting the White House. However, media reports say that on Friday President Donald Trump had to spend nearly an hour in an underground bunker used only in emergencies[/caption]

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1 Comment

  • Dr.Yogesh Sharma, 05/06/2020 @ 12:42 AM Reply

    Very bad situation in America. It is a big shock and awe to see the behavior of American people. They have neither any patriotism nor nationalism. They are full indoctrinated traitors, criminals and anti-national traitors. They are burning their own country and property. America is in the grip of rioters, arsonists, looters, and criminals. Police and the authorities should be tough and ruthless with these rioters, arsonists, looters and criminals. They deserve no mercy and sympathy. Now it is proved that these migrant and agitationists are racists and communal. The government should cancel their citizenship and voting rights and they should be deported to their native countries. The government of America should prepare a national register to keep a record of these rioters, arsonists, looters and criminals and deny them all the government benefits and rights. They can’t digest the freedom, secularism, equality and human rights given to them by the Constitution of America. In African countries, Communusit countries and Islamiic countries freedom, equality, human rights are denied to the high and mighty people. President Donald Trump must act tough and ruthless and crush these outlaws. George Floyd himself had a long history of crime and conviction. It is a condemnable and reprehensible act that for a criminal these people are burning and looting their own country. This speaks volumes about their character.

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