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U.S. protests continue: is it the end of racism? Why are protesters so hopeful?

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WASHINGTON: After the brutal assassination of black man George Floyd by police in the United States, while the whole of America is burning in the fire of violent protests, its heat is spreading to other countries.

In addition to the violent protests and looting of shops, these demonstrations are also witnessing events that seem to restore faith in humanity.

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In Washington, D.C., when police blocked a road and cordoned off the area, a man named Rahul called about 80 protesters into his home, where they spent the night and rested.

In Washington, a black teenage boy was shot by police, and a white girl stood between the two as a boy’s shield.

Read more: American Protests: George Floyd wasn’t the first one, Find out how many black people killed in last 5 years

In Brooklyn, New York, some protesters tried to rob a brand store, but some of the protesters blocked their way and prevented the store from being looted.

In Houston, Texas, police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck. Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck. “We, the immigrants, have built this country, and we will not leave this country,” he said.

Demonstrators in several cities paid tribute to George Floyd by singing and dancing. George’s last words, “I’m suffocating,” have taken the form of a revolutionary slogan.

Thousands of protesters in the state of Colorado lay on the ground for nine minutes, chanting “I’m suffocating.”

Police in riot gear stormed a rally on Friday, removing hundreds of protesters by truck.

The spark against racism from the United States has spread to other countries, with millions taking to the streets in New Zealand, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Australia, Germany, and France to protest racism.

In the war-torn country of Syria, an artist paints a portrait of George Floyd.

On the other hand, new provisions have been imposed against all fired police officers in the case of George Floyd’s death.

According to court documents, a case of secondary murder has been registered against police officer Derek Schwein, while the rest of the police officers have also been charged with aiding and abetting the murder.

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