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Some protests of the Minneapolis police killing of George Floyd turned into violent clashes with law enforcement. The city of Camden, New Jersey, has provided a stark counterexample, with police marching peacefully alongside demonstrators. It’s a reflection of years of reforms that some, including former President Barack Obama, have held up as an example for police departments across America. But some in the community see a more problematic side to the story.
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Britain’s construction industry is struggling to keep up a surge in demand for new building work, complaining that a shortage of skilled workers and supplies is holding up projects.