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US Attorney General William Barr denies institutional racism

By DW
04 September 2020   |   2:14 pm
Barr said there is a "false narrative" regarding attacks on Black people by white police officers. He also said the US Justice Department believes anti-fascist movement antifa is at the heart of violence during protests.

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