Protesters rally in London, Berlin over George Floyd's death

Protesters rally in London, Berlin over George Floyd’s death


London: On Sunday, hundreds of people protested in London and Berlin to protest marches in the United States. When a white policeman kneeled in Minneapolis, a black man died in a video. The video showed the death of a black man.

The protesters knelt down at Trafalgar Square in central London, shouting “There is no justice, there is no peace”, and then the parade crossed the Capitol and ended the parade outside the US embassy.

Hundreds of protesters also held a rally at the U.S. Embassy in Berlin, holding banners with the words “Defend George Freud”, “Stop killing us” and “Who is the most annoying person”.

George Floyd’s death after his arrest on Monday triggered a wave of protests in the United States and provoked long-term anger at racial prejudice in the US criminal justice system.

When demonstrators blocked traffic, set fire and clashed with riot police, some rallies became violent, and some of them fired tear gas and plastic bullets to restore order.

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