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In the UK, we also can't breathe
British minorities know all too well about police violence and impunity.
Last updated: 17 Dec 2014 09:44 GMT
Vigil draws hundreds over Mark Duggan's death
Protesters continued to reject the inquest verdict that his shooting in August 2011 was lawful.
Last updated: 12 Jan 2014 06:12 GMT
UK police reach out after Duggan inquest
Fatal shooting of 29-year-old man set off a wave of rioting across England in 2011.
Last updated: 09 Jan 2014 23:20 GMT
UK police cleared over death of unarmed man
Family outraged over jury ruling that police lawfully shot Mark Duggan, whose death lead to widespread riots in 2011.
Last updated: 09 Jan 2014 00:56 GMT
Slashed welfare stokes ire of UK poor
Hard-hit citizens say benefits overhaul will make struggle for survival even worse for country's jobless.
Last updated: 04 Apr 2013 10:20 GMT
Hundreds mark funeral of Mark Duggan
Man killed by police, sparking widespread unrest in London, put to rest before death investigation completed.
Last updated: 10 Sep 2011 00:54 GMT
Breaking anger, from Oakland to Tottenham
California activists worry UK police will import heavily armed enforcement tactics that violate the right to dissent.
Last updated: 05 Sep 2011 13:26 GMT
Community art replaces riots in Tottenham
Recent riots may have given Tottenham a bad reputation, but one art project has helped unite the community.
Last updated: 20 Aug 2011 17:43 GMT
Social reconstruction is a family affair
The need is for better family ties for the youth in the UK, in order to prevent more acts of violence.
Muhammad Abdul Bari
Last updated: 19 Aug 2011 11:22 GMT
Role for US adviser upsets British police
William Bratton to advise on strategies to deal with rioting after criticism of UK force by David Cameron.
Last updated: 13 Aug 2011 20:08 GMT
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