People cool off in a fountain on Museum square (Museumplein) in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, on July 1, 2015, on a hot summer day. AFP PHOTO / ANP / KOEN VAN WEEL
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Dutch police fired warning shots and arrested 34 people during a third straight day of unrest Thursday triggered by the death of a Caribbean man in police custody, and a temporary ban on public gatherings was imposed in a neighborhood hit by rioting.Preliminary findings from an autopsy indicated that Henriquez died of asphyxiation after being held in a chokehold and pinned down by five white police officers. His death was almost certainly caused by rough police treatment, it said.Police initially said that Henriquez had become unwell while on his way to jail.
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