In Portland, protests ended in clashes between protesters and police, with more than 50 people detained

In Portland, protesters attacked police with rocks and petrol bombs on the night of Saturday to Sunday, September 6.

One of the petrol bombs did not hit a police officer, but a city resident. The law enforcement agencies used tear gas in response to the protesters’ actions.

According to preliminary information, about 400 people participated in the protests over the past 24 hours. The actions in the city have been going on for three months, and in addition to the confrontation between protesters and law enforcement agencies, clashes have also taken place between representatives of the Black Lives Matter movement and supporters of U.S. President Donald Trump.

The source also reports about clashes between BLM members and police officers at Louisville’s front of the traditional Kentucky derby. And in Rochester, police used tear gas against protesters.