A dozen US cities see new protests over the decision not to charge a white policeman who shot a black teenager in Missouri, with rioting in California.
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Live updates as rallies are held across the US in memory of black teenager Michael Brown, whose fatal shooting by a police officer in Ferguson sparked a night of serious unrest.
Ferguson ruling backlash
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- Footage reveals scale of devastation02:48
- 'Criminals terrorised this community'01:16
- Sharpton: 'We will pursue justice'01:02
- Ferguson clashes in 90 seconds01:29
- Aerial video shows Ferguson chaos01:00
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- Raw fury follows grand jury ruling01:40
- Lawyer: Process 'completely unfair'01:44
- Ferguson: Protests erupt across US02:14
- Ferguson wakes up to riot damage00:43
- Ferguson: Protesters attack police car00:35
- Protester: 'A lot of people are upset'01:29
- Obama says protests must be peaceful02:22
- BBC reporter flees tear gas00:36
- Police: 'I didn't see... peaceful protest'02:12
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