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Violence follows Ferguson verdict

by a staff reporter

PRAYER vigils were held in churches across St Louis, Missouri, as violent unrest shook the streets after a jury verdict not to bring charges over the killing of a black teenager, Michael Brown.

The decision not to charge Darren Wilson, a white policeman, over the shooting of Mr Brown, aged 18, in August this year was heard with fear and trembling by many, who feared a return to the violence of last August, when the killing sparked days of violence on the streets (News, ...

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