Detentions, injuries after anti-racism protests in Europe
BERLIN (AP) — Berlin police say 93 people were detained in connection with a demonstration against racism in the German capital, most of them after the protest had ended. At least 15,000 people had rallied Saturday in response to the death of American George Floyd, which has triggered global protests against racism. Berlin police said 28 officers suffered minor injuries in the scuffles. Britain’s most senior police chief said 14 officers were injured Saturday during clashes with protesters in central London following what was a largely peaceful Black Lives Matter demonstration. In the French port city of Marseille, police fired tear gas and pepper spray in skirmishes with protesters after an emotional but peaceful demonstration.