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London rioters rampage through major cities of UK

08-10-2011 08:15 BJT Special Report:London Riots |

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Hundreds of young people have rampaged through the streets of major cities in the UK. They broke into shops and clashed with police, as rioting in the country continued for a fourth straight night.

Youths in Salford in northwestern England threw objects at riot police shortly before dusk on Tuesday. There were no reports of injuries. But firefighters say a disused library was set ablaze in the town earlier.

In nearby Manchester, emergency services said that a clothing store had been set alight amid outbreaks of unrest. Police said seven people had been arrested so far, as youths rampaged through the city center. In central England, shops were targeted by rioters in the city of Wolverhampton. Police said they also made five arrests in Birmingham.

In nearby Manchester, emergency services said that a clothing store had been set alight amid outbreaks of unrest. Police said seven people had been arrested so far, as youths rampaged through the city center. In central England, shops were targeted by rioters in the city of Wolverhampton. Police said they also made five arrests in Birmingham.

In nearby Manchester, emergency services said that a clothing store had been set alight amid outbreaks of unrest. Police said seven people had been arrested so far, as youths rampaged through the city center. In central England, shops were targeted by rioters in the city of Wolverhampton. Police said they also made five arrests in Birmingham.

In nearby Manchester, emergency services said that a clothing store had been set alight amid outbreaks of unrest. Police said seven people had been arrested so far, as youths rampaged through the city center. In central England, shops were targeted by rioters in the city of Wolverhampton. Police said they also made five arrests in Birmingham.

In nearby Manchester, emergency services said that a clothing store had been set alight amid outbreaks of unrest. Police said seven people had been arrested so far, as youths rampaged through the city center. In central England, shops were targeted by rioters in the city of Wolverhampton. Police said they also made five arrests in Birmingham.

 

Editor:Zhang Jingya |Source: CNTV.CN

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