Listed covered riots US cities

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In the United States listed the cities in which the riots began because of the death of a black man, George Floyd. According to CNN on may 30, their total number exceeded 30.

Thus, in addition to Minneapolis, Minnesota, protests are in the California cities Los Angeles, Bakersfield, Sacramento, San Jose, Oakland, San Francisco. Also covered the riots in Denver (Colorado), Chicago (Illinois), des Moines (Iowa), Indianapolis and Fort Wayne (Indiana), Louisville and Bowling green (Kentucky), New Orleans (Louisiana), Lincoln (Nebraska), new York, Boston (Massachusetts), Detroit (Michigan), Kansas city (Missouri), Las Vegas (Nevada) and other cities.

According to police, the demonstrators have caused significant damage to the cities. Reports of vandalism, burglary, arson and attacks on law enforcement officers. The riots earlier on may 30 in Auckland two officers of the Federal security service of the United States received a gunshot wound. One of them died, the second condition is not reported.

The Associated Press previously reported that the Pentagon has ordered several units of the military police to be ready to deploy in Minneapolis for at least four hours. Appropriate orders were made available for servicemen stationed in the States of North Carolina, new York, Colorado and Kansas. To send will form a contingent of 800 soldiers.

Mass protests accompanied by riots with clashes with police last in Minneapolis on may 26, later, they began in other US cities. Residents of Minneapolis came to the demonstration against police brutality after the death of a local resident, a black security guard George Floyd, who died a few hours after he was arrested with use of force. Subsequently took to the streets, supporters of the movement against violence against black Lives Matter Black (“black Lives matter”), the protests escalated into riots, pogroms, looting, shooting and arson. In the city to enhance the security already deployed National guard and armored vehicles, curfew.

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