Unrest in the United States: The rise of self-styled vigilantes
11 September 2020 | 8:44 am
In this week's show, we look at the civil unrest that continues to grip many American cities. We bring you a report which looks at the rising number of pro-Trump and right-wing vigilante groups.
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