From London to New Zealand, people join in on 'Black Lives Matter' protests

As the US burned with protests against the death of the unarmed black man George Floyd, people in other countries also joined in from other countries to demand justice for the injustice and racism faced by the minority group.

New Zealand

New Zealand protesters hold a vigil against the killing of Minneapolis man George Floyd in a Black Lives Matter protest outside Parliament in Wellington on June 1, 2020.

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US embassy

Demonstrators waving placards marched to the US embassy in London where a long line of officers surrounded the building.

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Trafalgar Square

Hundreds defied rules against large gatherings to rally in Trafalgar Square and mass outside the new US Embassy on the south bank of the River Thames.

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Canada

Protests titled 'Not another Nlack life', people in Toronto marched against the death of George Floyd and Regis Korchinski-Paquet, 29, who fell from a balcony apartment while police were in her home Wednesday.

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London

Several hundred of protesters took to the streets of London to protest against the racism faced by the Black people in the US.

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Trafaglar Square

Majority of the protesters, who marched towards the US Embassy and Trafaglar Square were spotted wearing face masks.

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Denmark

People protest during a Black Lives Matter demonstration in front of the US Embassy in Copenhagen, Denmark, on May 31, 2020.

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Downing Street

Demonstrators in London also marched towards Downing Street to protest against the killing of unarmed George Floyd.

(Photograph:AFP)

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