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Charlotte on edge after a second night of protests

North Carolina's governor has declared a state of emergency after protests turned violent. One demonstrator was shot, angry protesters confronted police and buildings vandalized.

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A protester stares at riot police during a demonstration against police brutality in Charlotte.

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A man stands on a car in Charlotte to protest the police shooting of Keith Scott.

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Protesters throw chairs at a restaurant during a demonstration against police brutality.

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Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officers begin to push protesters from the intersection near the Epicentre in Charlotte.

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Two people sit on the ground as they protest in front of police in Charlotte.

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Protestors surround the Charlotte Police department as residents and activists protest the death of Keith Scott.

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Police and protesters carry a man who was shot during a demonstration against police brutality in Charlotte.

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People manoeuvre amongst tear gas in Charlotte.

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A protester, center, is taken into custody by Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officers.

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A man peers through the damage to the Hyatt House hotel in uptown Charlotte.

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Police officers take a moment to rest after a night of clashing with rioters.

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