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Protesters torch Minneapolis police station after black man's death

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Protesters torch Minneapolis police station after black man's death

Protesters torch Minneapolis police station after black man's death

Demonstrators have set fire to a US police station after video emerged online showing a police officer kneeling on the throat of black man who later died.

A Minneapolis Police Department spokesman said the protesters broke into the 3rd precinct station, which has become the scene of numerous demonstrations by those angered at the video showing 46-year-old George Floyd's arrest.

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