PHOTOS US protests in pictures


US protests in pictures


10:10, May 31, 2020

In many US cities, protesters have set police cars ablaze, smashed windows of businesses, been shot, and skirmished with baton-wielding officers. From Washington to Los Angeles, anger over George Floyd's death is being fed by a long history of police killing unarmed Black men. (Photos: CGTN)

An Atlanta Police Department vehicle burns as people pose for a photo during a demonstration against police violence.

A man kneels on the street in front of police officers while chanting "I can't breathe" during a protest over the death of George Floyd, Friday, May 29, 2020, in Los Angeles. Floyd died Memorial Day while in police custody in Minneapolis.

A man throws a hand truck into the window of vandalized CVS store during a protest over the death of George Floyd.

A protester is arrested near Barclays Center in New York City, New York, after a rally.

Demonstrators march in Oakland, California.

Uniformed US Secret Service police detain a protester in Lafayette Park across from the White House.

Protesters and National Guardsmen face off on East Lake Street, Friday, May 29, 2020, in St. Paul, Minn. Protests continued following the death of George Floyd, who died after being restrained by Minneapolis police officers on Memorial Day.

A protester winces in pain after being hit with pepper spray fired by police as another demonstrator attempts to help with a sodium bicarbonate mixture to neutralize the effects

Police officers and protesters clash near CNN Center, Friday in Atlanta, Georgia.

A security guard walks behind shattered glass at the CNN building at the CNN Center in the aftermath of a demonstration against police violence.

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