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It was a steamy Saturday evening in June, and Mohammed Yasin watched in horror as hundreds of teenagers rampaged through the streets of Bradford, England, for the second night in a row. From the Pakistani restaurant where he works, Yasin, 23, saw the angry rioters--mostly Asian youths--lob bricks and homemade bombs at shops, cars, and the local pub until the police chased them off. "It was like a chaotic kindergarten out there," he says. "I don't think I saw anyone over 20."
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