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Bloody Sunday – sometimes called the Bogside Massacre – was an incident on 30 January 1972 in the Bogside area of Derry, Northern Ireland. British soldiers shot ...
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Live Blog: Mag Mile marchers protest Laquan McDonald ...
Protesters marched down the Magnificent Mile on Black Friday in support of police shooting victim Laquan McDonald and called for the resignation of police ...
Hundreds gather to march in protest of Tacoma police shooting
Close to 300 march from Puyallup Tribal headquarters to U.S. Courthouse. Protesters question police account of shooting of Jacqueline Salyers. Tribal members call for ...
Family Hopes Protest Brings Answers In Police Shooting ...
The community is calling for justice after an off-duty police officer from Farmers Branch shot and killed a teenager in Addison. A protest is planned for ...
Raleigh officer-involved shooting sparks protest, demands ...
More on this. Local police advocacy group backing Raleigh officer involved in shooting; Retired Raleigh officer: Community, city at crucial crossroads
New influx of ‘patriots’ protest Oregon shooting | The ...
Patriots plan to protest the heavy law-enforcement presence in Burns and the shooting death of Robert “LaVoy” Finicum.
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