Amarion Allen, 11-years-old, stands in front of a police line shortly before shots were fired in a police-officer involved shooting in Ferguson, Missouri August 9, 2015. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
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A new round of rallies was planned in and around Ferguson, Missouri, Monday, hours after a man was critically wounded in a gunbattle with police when peaceful protests to mark the fatal shooting a year ago of an unarmed black teenager by a white officer erupted into violence.On Sunday night in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson, several volleys of gunshots rang out as police in riot gear tried to disperse demonstrators blocking traffic and smashing storefront windows along a street that was a flashpoint of riots last year after 18-year-old Michael Brown was shot dead.A day of civil disobedience was planned for Ferguson, parts of the St. Louis area and other major U.S. cities in rallies organizers said were aimed at bringing attention to police violence against racial minorities.
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