40 Arrested in Second Night of Violent Minnesota Protests
Demonstrators burn a flag Monday during a protest outside of the Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, police station. (Scott Olson/Getty Images)
Fresh protests broke out late Monday around Minneapolis despite a curfew implemented after a police officer fatally shot a young Black man, fueling tensions in a region already on edge over of the George Floyd murder trial. [Full Story]
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