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In Pictures: London's burning, day 3
Riots continue for the third night in the British capital.
Last Modified: 09 Aug 2011 00:28

Riots in London have continued for a third night and they spread to new areas of the city and to other cities in what is seen as Britain's worst violence in decades. The rioting began on Saturday after hundreds of people held a protest over the killing of 29-year-old Mark Duggan by police in Tottenham, north London.

Hackney, east London [Luke MacGregor/Reuters]

 

Hackney, east London [Kerim Okten/EPA]

 

Hackney, east London [Luke MacGregor/Reuters]

 

Hackney, east London [Olivia Harris/Reuters]

 

Hackney, east London [Toby Melville/Reuters]

 

Enfield, north London [Ki Price/AFP]

 

Brixton, south London [Suzanne Plunkett/Reuters]

 

Hackney, east London [Toby Melville/Reuters]

 

Brixton, south London [Suzanne Plunkett/Reuters]

 

Enfield, north London [Ki Price/AFP]

 

Peckham, south London [Dylan Martinez/Reuters]

 

Ealing, west London [Toby Melville/Reuters]

 

Croydon, south London [Dylan Martinez/Reuters]

 

Croydon, south London [Carl de Souza/AFP]

 

Croydon, south London [Carl de Souza/AFP]
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