Mpls. police station on fire as Twin Cities protests grow

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A third night of protests over the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police drew a response from President Donald Trump. The unrest came after Gov. Tim Walz called out the National Guard. More than 500 Guard members have been activated and sent to St. Paul, Minneapolis and elsewhere, officials said late Thursday.
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