At least 11 people were killed in the U.S. riots and hundreds were injured

At least 11 people were killed during protests and riots in the U.S., and hundreds were injured. These include residents of Chicago, Detroit, Auckland, Louisville, and others. Most of them are African Americans.

A 22-year-old black guy in Omaha, James Scurlock, was killed when he and his friends beat up a white man. The latter pulled out his gun and fired several shots.

Protests that escalated into riots began last week in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where African-American George Floyd was killed by police. The cops used a brutal asphyxiant technique in his arrest.

Mass demonstrations demanding an end to racial discrimination were held throughout America. People who took to the streets were against police brutality. President Donald Trump described the riots as acts of internal terrorism and threatened to use the army.

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