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More soldiers need to tame the riots in Minneapolis

U.s. authorities are struggling to get the situation in Minneapolis and other cities under control.

Gadeuroligheder broke out in Minneapolis in the state of Minnesota, after the black man George Floyd on Monday died in connection with a violent arrest, and the protests have since spread to other cities.

That is sent out hundreds of soldiers from the national guard in Minneapolis, writes culture guide The Hill.

CNN writes that the mobilisation in the Parties police force is the most comprehensive since 1929.

But it has not been enough. Gadeuro, looting and arson continues.

John Harrington, the head of the Parties the office of public security, said at a press conference that there have been too few police officers and soldiers on the streets to deal with the situation, writes CNN.

the State's governor, Tim Walz, says he has enabled several soldiers from the national guard, because thousands of people ignored the curfew in Minneapolis on Friday evening.

It was intended to stop the looting.

- the Situation in Minneapolis is no longer just about the killing of George Floyd. It's about the attack on civil society. To create fear and disrupt our magnificent cities, says Walz.

major general Jon Jensen from the national guard says that from Sunday will be up against 1700 soldiers from the national guard in the Minneapolis area.

- If an posting of this scope, it will be the biggest in the Parties history, he says.

the Anger is triggered by the violent arrest of the 46-year-old George Floyd.

the Arrest was captured on video and shows a cop, pushing his knee against Floyd's neck.

There were four cops on the arrest of Floyd, who was later reported dead at the hospital.

The four officers were fired, and Derek Chauvin, the officer with the knee, sifted now for manslaughter.

the Unrest has spread to other US cities. The streets echoes of slogans against the police, accused of going especially hard after black men.

There are some reports about the unrest and demonstrations in Washington D. C., New York, Atlanta and Phoenix.

In Houston, Texas, according to CNN made 200 arrests.

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