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U2 cancel gig amid more St Louis protests

SBS Saturday, 16 September 2017 ()
U2 have cancelled their St Louis gig as protests continue following the acquittal of a white ex-police officer over the death of a black man in 2011.
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News video: More Than 100 Demonstrators Arrested During Third Night of St. Louis Protest

More Than 100 Demonstrators Arrested During Third Night of St. Louis Protest 01:39

According to police, more than 100 people were arrested Sunday in the protests that followed the acquittal of a former police officer accused of killing a black man.

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