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George Floyd protests: BBC cameraman attacked by police at demonstration outside White House

Independent Monday, 1 June 2020
Latest incident involving police and press comes amid series of other attacks
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News video: Cameraman struck by US police during protests

Cameraman struck by US police during protests 01:08

An Australian cameraman is struck by police on live television while covering protests in Washington. The incident occurred on air as Channel 7 reporter Amelia Brace was covering protests near the White House during the network's Sunrise morning programme.

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