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1.Minneapolis protests erupt as police shoot and kill man just one mile from where George Floyd died

MINNEAPOLIS police fatally shot a man on Wednesday night – less than a mile from where George Floyd died in police custody in May. Dolal Idd, 23, died in an apparent shootout with cops and police said body cam footage of the encounter will be released. 17 Protesters warm up with a fire near the gas station Credit: Represented by ZUMA Press, Inc.

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2.Minneapolis protests erupt as police shoot and kill man just one mile from where George Floyd died

MINNEAPOLIS police fatally shot a man on Wednesday night – less than a mile from where George Floyd died in police custody in May. Dolal Idd, 23, died in an apparent shootout with cops and police...

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3.Minneapolis protests erupt as police shoot and kill man just one mile from where George Floyd died

Police shot and killed a Black man on Sunday during a stop for a traffic violation, sparking protests and unrest in a suburb just miles away from where George Floyd was killed during an arrest in...

4.Minneapolis protests erupt as police shoot and kill man just one mile from where George Floyd died

Protests erupt in Minneapolis over man fatally shot by deputies Nine arrested on possible charges including suspicion of riot and arson after Thursday shooting of Winston Boogie Smith Jr Police...

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5.Minneapolis protests erupt as police shoot and kill man just one mile from where George Floyd died

MINNEAPOLIS — Authorities said Friday that a man wanted on a weapons violation fired a gun before deputies fatally shot him in Minneapolis, a city on edge since the murder of George Floyd by a...

6.Minneapolis protests erupt as police shoot and kill man just one mile from where George Floyd died

Minneapolis activists expect Friday protests to be raucous after a US Marshals Service task force fatally shot a man they were trying to arrest the same day city authorities attempted to clear the...

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7.Minneapolis protests erupt as police shoot and kill man just one mile from where George Floyd died

Protests have broken out after US police fatally shot a young black man in a suburb of Minneapolis - where a former police officer is currently on trial for the murder of George Floyd. Hundreds of people gathered outside the police station in Brooklyn Center, northwest of Minneapolis, on Sunday night.

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1.Minneapolis sees more protests after man killed by deputies

Protesters took to the streets for a fourth consecutive night in Minneapolis over the shooting death of a Black man by ...

2.Man who drove at Minneapolis protesters is charged with murder

A St. Paul man has been charged with intentional second-degree murder for allegedly driving into a group of protesters in ...

3.Driver hits anti-police protesters in Minneapolis

A man drove into a group of protesters, killing one woman and injuring others at an Uptown Minneapolis intersection late ...

4.Evidence shows suspect fatally shot by law enforcement in Minneapolis fired gun, investigators say

By Kara Devlin, Carma Hassan, Hollie Silverman and Amanda Watts, CNN The agency investigating the fatal shooting of a suspect ...

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5.Man who drove at Minneapolis protesters charged with murder

A St. Paul man accused of speeding up and driving into a group of protesters in Minneapolis while he was drunk, killing one ...

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1.George Floyd protests in Minneapolis–Saint Paul

The George Floyd protests in Minneapolis–Saint Paul began in the U.S. state of Minnesota on May 26, 2020, as a response to the murder of George Floyd, a

2.Violence and controversies during the George Floyd protests

riots and widespread looting. There was significant police brutality against protesters and journalists. The majority of the George Floyd protests, a series

3.George Floyd protests

The George Floyd protests are an ongoing series of protests against police brutality and racism that began in Minneapolis in the United States on May

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