There were rallies against police violence in Prague and Berlin

Rallies were held in the Czech and German capitals to express solidarity with protests in the United States against racism and police violence.

The rally began in Prague on Old Town Square, after which about 300 protesters marched to the American Embassy in the Malá Strana district. The protesters were reportedly dominated by foreigners residing in the Czech Republic.

In Berlin, the rally turned out to be larger – according to the police, about 15 thousand people took part in it – and it was generally peaceful.

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