"No justice, no peace": Protesters defy curfews as riots continue across U.S. for sixth night
Violence flares across the United States for the sixth night in a row as anger spreads over the death of a black man in police custody; There are now curfews in several cities, including the capital.
An Austin, Texas protester carrying a rifle was shot and killed by a man who threatened the crowd with his car, police say. Thousands of demonstrations took place overnight in solidarity with Portland, Oregon, after federal agents arrived during ongoing protests. After speaking Aug. 7 on a wide range of topics at his golf club in Bedminster, N.J., President Trump defended the choice of some of those gathered not to wear face masks, saying they were part of a "peaceful protest." Residents in Idaho took it upon themselves to protect their neighborhood as peaceful protests turned violent nationwide. One America's Bobby Dupree explains. Far-right protesters scuffled with police in central London, as hundreds gathered to demonstrate despite strict police restrictions and warnings to stay home to contain the spread of coronavirus. Meanwhile, several anti-racism protests are underway in France.