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On the streets of Washington, pleas for change met with batons and rubber bullets

Reuters

Published
Modified 3 Jun 2020, 3:12 am

They had come out by the hundreds on the streets of the U.S. capital to protest racism and police brutality. With a curfew fast approaching, they had only a few hours to make their voices heard.

Pressed against metal barriers a block from the White House, a crowd of protesters - teenagers and seniors, white, black and brown - faced a line of...

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