Protesters angry over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis have returned to the streets of New York for a third straight night as Mayor Bill de Blasio pleads for calm after a demonstration in Brooklyn the previous night descended into chaos that left people bloodied and vehicles burned. (May 30).
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