A man, part of dozens of motorcycle riders taking part in a peace rally, pays homage to 18-year-old Michael Brown by creating a motorcycle donut at the site where he was shot and killed in Ferguson, Missouri November 29, 2014. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
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The resignation of Darren Wilson from the Ferguson, Missouri, police force comes nearly four months after he killed 18-year-old Michael Brown and days after the announcement that he would not face criminal charges.The incident, which has led to months of sometimes violent protests in Ferguson, has reignited a debate over race relations and the use of police force in the United States.After a night of arson and looting in Ferguson following the decision, demonstrations this week spread to other major U.S. cities, with some of the protests targeting shopping malls on Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, as the holiday shopping season got under way.By nightfall, a dozen people had gathered at the Ferguson police station, the scene of some of this week's worst riots.
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