REFILE - ADDING DROPPED LETTER IN SURNAME A woman stops to take photos from her vehicle as Ken Kendricks Jr., a nearby resident, puts his hands together in prayer while posing for photographs at a ... more 
REFILE - ADDING DROPPED LETTER IN SURNAME A woman stops to take photos from her vehicle as Ken Kendricks Jr., a nearby resident, puts his hands together in prayer while posing for photographs at a makeshift memorial near the site where unarmed teen Michael Brown was shot dead in Ferguson, Missouri August 22, 2014. The killing of 18-year-old Michael Brown on Aug. 9 has sparked sometimes violent protests, laying bare long-lingering racial tensions in the United States and prompting international condemnation of the clashes between police and demonstrators. On the sleepy two-lane street in a working-class apartment complex where he was shot, the memorial to Brown sums up the conflicting feelings stirred by his death: a yearning for reconciliation but also continuing anger. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST) less 
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