Shots fired during march in Ferguson to mark Michael Brown death anniversary

By REUTERS
August 10, 2015 02:26

 
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Shots were fired on Sunday during a march in Ferguson, Missouri to mark the one year anniversary of the fatal shooting of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown, police said.

It was unclear who fired the shots or if anyone was injured, a police spokesman told reporters. They were heard as hundreds of marchers made their way to a church in Ferguson as part of events to mark the death of Brown at the hands of a white police officer one year ago.

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