George Floyd death: Unrest unfolds around the US
Protests against the killing of an unarmed black man in police custody in Minneapolis has mushroomed throughout the United States.
The most significant anger among protesters remains in Minneapolis, where people defied a city curfew and angry residents accused the city of not employing adequate members of both the National Guard and local Police to monitor the situation.
State Governor Tim Walz accepted accountability but said simply "there's more of them than us". Also, several fires were started in Minneapolis, and fire officials said it was too dangerous to reach all of them.
Mr Walz also went onto say; the protests had morphed into chaos and "wanton destruction", he also pointed out that several shops had been looted
But the protests were far broader than the preceding nights since Mr Floyd's death on Monday. For example, Police in Washington were out in force outside the White House, where Police resorted to using pepper spray to keep protesters from the building.
There were also chaotic scenes in Brooklyn, New York, where Mayor Bill de Blasio tweeted: "We don't ever want to see another night like this."
Atlanta also saw some ugly scenes, including this burning of a police car, prompting a passionate plea from Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms.