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NY officials braced for more violence over Floyd death

USATODAY.com Sunday, 31 May 2020
New York City officials braced for the possibility of more violence after three days of protests against police brutality following George Floyd's death. The protests left police cars burned out and led to the arrest of hundreds of people. (May 31).
 
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News video: More Protests Of George Floyd Death Take Place In Denver On Saturday

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Colorado protesters continued demonstrations against police brutality and the death of George Floyd on Saturday, but the protests in Denver will only be able to take place until 8 p.m. due to a curfew.

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