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Brooklyn protests over PA man killed turn violent

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Police say 32 people were arrested during a protest in New York City over the police shooting of a Black man in Philadelphia. Police in Brooklyn were seen attacking a car as it made it's way through a street before driving over officers on bikes. (Oct. 28)
 
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