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In some places, the police even joined in to express their solidarity with the protesters.

Nine days after the murder of an African-American man by the Minneapolis police, protests are continuing across the United States.

In some places, the police even joined in to express their solidarity with the protesters.

Marches and protests have also taken place across the world, from Amsterdam to New Zealand.

A mural was made in Syria supporting the Black Lives Matter movement.

In some parts of the US, the police have been filmed appearing to take part in the initiation or amplification of violence.