PHOTOS Los Angeles declares curfew after four days of protests

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Los Angeles declares curfew after four days of protests

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16:47, May 31, 2020

Protesters confront the police during a massive street protest over the killing of George Floyd in Los Angeles, the United States, May 30, 2020. Over 530 people were arrested Friday night and early Saturday after protests against police brutality turned violent in downtown Los Angeles, authorities said Saturday noon. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced at a press conference Saturday afternoon that a curfew will be in effect in the city's downtown beginning from 8 p.m. Saturday to 5:30 a.m. Sunday local time. (Xinhua)

Protesters confront the police during a massive street protest over the killing of George Floyd in Los Angeles, the United States, May 30, 2020. Over 530 people were arrested Friday night and early Saturday after protests against police brutality turned violent in downtown Los Angeles, authorities said Saturday noon. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced at a press conference Saturday afternoon that a curfew will be in effect in the city's downtown beginning from 8 p.m. Saturday to 5:30 a.m. Sunday local time. (Xinhua)

Protesters confront the police during a massive street protest over the killing of George Floyd in Los Angeles, the United States, May 30, 2020. Over 530 people were arrested Friday night and early Saturday after protests against police brutality turned violent in downtown Los Angeles, authorities said Saturday noon. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced at a press conference Saturday afternoon that a curfew will be in effect in the city's downtown beginning from 8 p.m. Saturday to 5:30 a.m. Sunday local time. (Xinhua)

Policemen are seen during a massive street protest over the killing of George Floyd in Los Angeles, the United States, May 30, 2020. Over 530 people were arrested Friday night and early Saturday after protests against police brutality turned violent in downtown Los Angeles, authorities said Saturday noon. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced at a press conference Saturday afternoon that a curfew will be in effect in the city's downtown beginning from 8 p.m. Saturday to 5:30 a.m. Sunday local time. (Xinhua)

Protesters confront the police during a massive street protest over the killing of George Floyd in Los Angeles, the United States, May 30, 2020. Over 530 people were arrested Friday night and early Saturday after protests against police brutality turned violent in downtown Los Angeles, authorities said Saturday noon. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced at a press conference Saturday afternoon that a curfew will be in effect in the city's downtown beginning from 8 p.m. Saturday to 5:30 a.m. Sunday local time. (Xinhua)

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