A number of the USA's big cities are making ready for yet another evening and night of rioting and looting.
Many people have otherwise been on the streets to clean up after the recent days of unrest and clashes with the police.
Broken glass is swept along, burned-out cars are towed away. But there is nothing to suggest that the situation is under control.
the Curfew in several cities has not kept people inside. The national guard has not scared people to stay at home
What began as peaceful demonstrations against police brutality in Minneapolis, has been a wave of violence.
on Monday the 46-year-old black american George Floyd exposed for a rough arrest where a cop was sitting with his knee on his neck for several minutes. Floyd was later found dead in the hospital.
It has triggered protests and demonstrations against police violence against black people, and that is it, that has spread to many cities.
the Americans, who have been sitting at home during the coronanedlukningen for weeks, has come on the street.
It is more than protests against the police now. President Donald Trump and his government says, that violent left-wing elements have come to the big cities, where they are helping to make disturbances.
Trump said his government will put the anti-fascist group dot org on the list of terrorist organisations. It will, where appropriate, give the government a completely different toolkit in dealing with the group.
It is not clear how many from the group - if any - who have participated in the unrest.
Police have used tear gas and rubber bullets to tame the unrest, and in several towns, random people have been hit. Members of the pressekorpset has also been the target of rubber bullets.
In New York City arrested the police about 350 people on the night of Sunday. 30 cops was easier injured in the clashes.
the Unrest has spread from Minneapolis to cities such as Atlanta, Washington D. C., Philadelphia, Denver, Cincinnati, Portland, Los Angeles and several others.
the Unrest in Minneapolis Saturday evening was the fifth day in a row with the arson, looting and vandalism.
on Saturday, said the governor of Minnesota, where Minneapolis is located, he activates the state national guard for the first time since The Second world War.