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Police shooting sparks London riots
Protests following killing of young man by police turn violent in North London area of Tottenham.
Last Modified: 07 Aug 2011 05:08

London police say they have regained control of the streets of Tottenham after a protest turned violent in the North London neighbourhood.

Clashes broke out between police and crowds angry at the fatal shooting of a local resident by officers.

The protesters say an explanation for the young man's death has not been given.

Al Jazeera's Liz Dunkerley reports.

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