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Black Lives Matter activists are protesting worldwide, including in London, France and Germany


Black Lives Matter activists are protesting around the world as hundreds gather with other congregations in France and Germany on London's Oxford Street

  • Protests against Black Lives Matter took place in central London on Sunday afternoon
  • Together with a pro-Palestinian movement, the activists blocked Oxford Circus
  • Protests also took place in France to mark the fourth anniversary of Adama Traore
  • BLM activists in Berlin also held a march "Solidarity doesn't take a summer break"

Protests against Black Lives Matter took place worldwide on Sunday, including in central London, where activists blocked Oxford Circus.

The global movement against racial injustices continues almost nine weeks after the death of Minnesota-born George Floyd, who died in the United States from police brutality.

On a warm afternoon in London, demonstrators held up signs and sang on the streets. Some wore face masks to protect themselves in London.

Protests against Black Lives Matter took place worldwide on Sunday, including in central London (image)

The activists of Black Lives Matter in the English capital were joined by a pro-Palestinian movement (pictured) that spoke out against Israel's annexation plan in the West Bank

The activists of Black Lives Matter in the English capital were joined by a pro-Palestinian movement (pictured) that spoke out against Israel's annexation plan in the West Bank

The demonstrators wore face masks (pictured) during the march because of the global coronavirus pandemic

The demonstrators wore face masks (pictured) during the march because of the global coronavirus pandemic

The activists of the Black Lives Matter in the English capital were joined by a pro-Palestinian movement that spoke out against Israel's annexation plan in the West Bank.

The two separate movements came together peacefully and blocked Oxford Circus in the heart of the London bubble.

Protests against Black Lives Matter also took place in France when thousands of people gathered in a city outside Paris in honor of 24-year-old Malo-French man Adama Traore, who died four years ago this week due to police brutality.

Traore died in the city of Val-d & # 39; Oise on July 19, 2016 after being arrested and arrested by the police and passed out on the way to a police station, where he later died.

Protests also took place in March to mark the four-year anniversary of Adama Traore's death

Protests also took place in March to mark the four-year anniversary of Adama Traore's death

Traore died in the city of Val-d & # 39; Oise on July 19, 2016 after being arrested and arrested by the police and passed out on the way to a police station, where he later died

Traore died in the city of Val-d & # 39; Oise on July 19, 2016 after being arrested and arrested by the police and passed out on the way to a police station, where he later died

Adama's sister Assa (middle picture) held a rally during the march and said: "No man, no man should die like this at this age."

Adama's sister Assa (middle picture) held a rally during the march and said: "No man, no man should die like this at this age."

Thousands of activists marched through the same city on Sunday at the same event, organized by an Adama support group and an Alternatiba environmental group to fight social inequality.

The march comes when French judges ordered a new medical exam to investigate Traore's cause of death. Members of the victim's family urged officials to detain the 24-year-old for voluntary murder.

Adama's sister Assa held a rally during the march and said, "No man, no man should die like this at this age."

Family members of other victims of suspected police violence spoke at the event when the crowd sang, "I can't breathe," the words Mr. Floyd introduced during his police fight in Minnesota.

In Germany, thousands of demonstrators have now taken to the streets of Berlin to take part in a demonstration entitled "Solidarity does not take a summer break".

Activists held up posters in the march to "denounce racism and police brutality around the world".

Around 1500 participants marched from the Victory Column in the German capital to the JVA Moabit prison.

In Berlin, demonstrators' houses went out onto the streets of Berlin to take part in a demonstration entitled "Solidarity does not take a summer break".

In Berlin, demonstrators' houses went out onto the streets of Berlin to take part in a demonstration entitled "Solidarity does not take a summer break".

Around 1500 participants marched from the Victory Column in the German capital to the JVA Moabit prison

Around 1500 participants marched from the Victory Column in the German capital to the JVA Moabit prison

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