United Kingdom was the scene of riots for four days in a row yesterday, Prime Minister David Cameron, who was vacationing in Italy, had to return to London due to the emergency and called for reinforcements for the police to stop the chaos that began on Saturday night in the north of the British capital.
Since the beginning of the riots, 111 officers have been wounded and a 29-year-old man, Mark Duggan, was killed. Duggan’s death worsened the wave of outrage that has spread throughout the country.
In Manchester (North West), more than 2000 youngsters threw stones at police vehicles before being dispersed, they also looted several shops that were later put on fire.
About 16 thousand policemen walked the London streets to avoid a new round of violence. 805 people have been arrested during the clashes and three muslim men lost their lives.
Source: AFP- EFE