Британцы разгромили несколько городов

9 Августа 2011, 11:16

Беспорядки, начавшиеся в Лондоне в ночь с субботы на воскресенье, перекинулись на Бирмингем, Ливерпуль, Манчестер и Бристоль. Катализатором мятежа стала гибель иммигрантов от рук полицейских. Фото AFP

A fireman stands near a burnt-out pub on High Road in Tottenham, north London on August 7, 2011. Two police cars and a large number of buildings were on Saturday set ablaze in north London following a protest over the fatal shooting of a 29-year-old man in an armed stand-off with officers. The patrol cars were torched as dozens gathered outside the police station on the High Road in Tottenham.AFP PHOTO/LEON NEAL
A woman walks through the debris with two children as riot police try to contain a large group of people on a main road in Tottenham, north London on August 6 2011. Two police cars were on Saturday set ablaze in north London following a protest over the fatal shooting of a 29-year-old man in an armed stand-off with officers. The patrol cars were torched as dozens gathered outside the police station on the High Road in Tottenham. AFP PHOTO/LEON NEAL
A pile of damaged goods that were left behind in the carpark of Tottenham Hale Retail Park by looters in Tottenham, north London on the previous night is shown on August 7, 2011. Two police cars and a large number of buildings were set ablaze in north London following a protest over the fatal shooting of a 29-year-old man in an armed stand-off with officers. The patrol cars were torched as dozens gathered outside the police station on the High Road in Tottenham. AFP PHOTO/LEON NEAL
General view of a damaged shops on the Tottenham Hale Retail Park caused by looters on the previous night in Tottenham, north London on August 7, 2011. Two police cars and a large number of buildings were on Saturday set ablaze in north London following a protest over the fatal shooting of a 29-year-old man in an armed stand-off with officers. The patrol cars were torched as dozens gathered outside the police station on the High Road in Tottenham.AFP PHOTO/LEON NEAL
A Burnt out police van is pictured on Tottenham High Road, north London on August 7, 2011, a the day after riots where two police cars and a large number of buildings were set ablaze in following a protest over the fatal shooting of a 29-year-old man in an armed stand-off with officers. Police said 26 of its officers were hurt, one with a head injury, while 42 arrests were made following the violence in Tottenham, north London. AFP PHOTO / ANDREW COWIE
Firemen try to extingush a fire on Tottenham High Road, north London on August 7, 2011, a the day after riots where two police cars and a large number of buildings were set ablaze in following a protest over the fatal shooting of a 29-year-old man in an armed stand-off with officers. Police said 26 of its officers were hurt, one with a head injury, while 42 arrests were made following the violence in Tottenham, north London. AFP PHOTO / ANDREW COWIE
A police car shows severe damage caused by youths in Enfield, north London on 7 August 2011. Two police cars and a large number of buildings were on Saturday set ablaze in Tottenham, north London following a protest over the fatal shooting of a 29-year-old man in an armed stand-off with officers. The patrol cars were torched as dozens gathered outside the police station on the High Road in Tottenham.AFP PHOTO/LEON NEAL
People gather around a burnt out car on Tottenham High Road, north London on August 7, 2011, a the day after riots where two police cars and a large number of buildings were set ablaze in following a protest over the fatal shooting of a 29-year-old man in an armed stand-off with officers. Police said 26 of its officers were hurt, one with a head injury, while 42 arrests were made following the violence in Tottenham, north London. AFP PHOTO / ANDREW COWIE
Riot police attend the scene of a break-in at a Sainsburys supermarket in Enfield, north London on 7 August 2011. Two police cars and a large number of buildings were on Saturday set ablaze in Tottenham, north London following a protest over the fatal shooting of a 29-year-old man in an armed stand-off with officers. The patrol cars were torched as dozens gathered outside the police station on the High Road in Tottenham. AFP PHOTO/LEON NEAL
A member of staff surveys the scene of a break-in at a Sainsburys supermarket in Enfield, north London on August 7, 2011. Two police cars and a large number of buildings were on Saturday set ablaze in Tottenham, north London following a protest over the fatal shooting of a 29-year-old man in an armed stand-off with officers. The patrol cars were torched as dozens gathered outside the police station on the High Road in Tottenham. TOPSHOTS AFP PHOTO / LEON NEAL
A traffic cone lodged in a damaged window frame is pictured in Enfield, north London, following a second night of disturbances in London, on August 8, 2011. Police said Monday they had arrested 100 people in a second night of rioting in London, condemning it as "copycat" disorder following weekend unrest sparked by the death of a man in a police shooting. As violence which rocked the multi-ethnic northern district of Tottenham on Saturday spread to other districts of the capital, doubts emerged over the original version the shooting of 29-year-old Mark Duggan, with suggestions that officers were not under attack when they opened fire. AFP PHOTO / Ki Price
The damaged window of a betting shop is pictured in Enfield, north London, following a second night of disturbances in London, on August 8, 2011. Police said Monday they had arrested 100 people in a second night of rioting in London, condemning it as "copycat" disorder following weekend unrest sparked by the death of a man in a police shooting. As violence which rocked the multi-ethnic northern district of Tottenham on Saturday spread to other districts of the capital, doubts emerged over the original version the shooting of 29-year-old Mark Duggan, with suggestions that officers were not under attack when they opened fire. AFP PHOTO / Ki Price
The burnt remains of a building in Tottenham are pictured after rioting on Saturday night in London, on August 8, 2011. Police said Monday they had arrested 100 people in a second night of rioting in London, condemning it as "copycat" disorder following weekend unrest sparked by the death of a man in a police shooting. As violence which rocked the multi-ethnic northern district of Tottenham on Saturday spread to other districts of the capital, doubts emerged over the original version the shooting of 29-year-old Mark Duggan, with suggestions that officers were not under attack when they opened fire. AFP PHOTO / Ki Price
A damaged police vehicle is pictured in Enfield, north London, following a second night of disturbances in London, on August 8, 2011. Police said Monday they had arrested 100 people in a second night of rioting in London, condemning it as "copycat" disorder following weekend unrest sparked by the death of a man in a police shooting. As violence which rocked the multi-ethnic northern district of Tottenham on Saturday spread to other districts of the capital, doubts emerged over the original version the shooting of 29-year-old Mark Duggan, with suggestions that officers were not under attack when they opened fire. AFP PHOTO / Ki Price
The burnt remains of a building in Tottenham are pictured on August 8, 2011, after rioting in north London last Saturday night. Police said Monday they had arrested 100 people in a second night of rioting in London, condemning it as "copycat" disorder following weekend unrest sparked by the death of a man in a police shooting. As violence which rocked the multi-ethnic northern district of Tottenham on Saturday spread to other districts of the capital, doubts emerged over the original version the shooting of 29-year-old Mark Duggan, with suggestions that officers were not under attack when they opened fire. AFP PHOTO / Ki Price
A shopkeeper looks through a broken window of his shop in Brixton following a second night of disturbances in London, on August 8, 2011. Police said Monday they had arrested 100 people in a second night of rioting in London, condemning it as "copycat" disorder following weekend unrest sparked by the death of a man in a police shooting. As violence which rocked the multi-ethnic northern district of Tottenham on Saturday spread to other districts of the capital, doubts emerged over the original version the shooting of 29-year-old Mark Duggan, with suggestions that officers were not under attack when they opened fire. AFP PHOTO / BEN STANSALL
A damaged London bus is seen on a Mare Street in Hackney, north London on 8 August 2011. Now in it's third night of unrest, London has seen sporadic outbreaks of looting and clashes both north and south of the river Thames. Two police cars and a large number of buildings were on Saturday set ablaze in Tottenham, north London following a protest over the fatal shooting of a 29-year-old man in an armed stand-off with officers. The patrol cars were torched as dozens gathered outside the police station on the High Road in Tottenham. AFP PHOTO / LEON NEAL
Riot police face a mob in Hackney, north London on August 8, 2011. Riot police faced off with youths in fresh violence in London today in the third day of disorder after some of the worst rioting in the British capital in years at the weekend. The riots broke out in the north London district of Tottenham on August 6, following a protest against the death of a local man in a police shooting last week, and the violence spread to other parts of the city on August 7. AFP PHOTO/KI PRICE
Riot police stand guard next to a burnt-out car in Hackney, north London on 8 August 2011. Now in it's third night of unrest, London has seen sporadic outbreaks of looting and clashes both north and south of the river Thames. Two police cars and a large number of buildings were on Saturday set ablaze in Tottenham, north London following a protest over the fatal shooting of a 29-year-old man in an armed stand-off with officers. The patrol cars were torched as dozens gathered outside the police station on the High Road in Tottenham.AFP PHOTO/LEON NEAL
A police officer pushes the media back during a police charge in Hackney, north London on 8 August 2011. Now in it's third night of unrest, London has seen sporadic outbreaks of looting and clashes both north and south of the river Thames. Two police cars and a large number of buildings were on Saturday set ablaze in Tottenham, north London following a protest over the fatal shooting of a 29-year-old man in an armed stand-off with officers. The patrol cars were torched as dozens gathered outside the police station on the High Road in Tottenham. AFP PHOTO / LEON NEAL
A British riot policeman gestures in front of a burning building in Croydon, South London on August 8, 2011. Now in it's third night of unrest, London has seen sporadic outbreaks of looting and clashes both north and south of the river Thames. Numerous buildings were set on fire in Croydon including a 140 year old furniture store as hundreds of looters plundered high street shops of their goods. AFP PHOTO/Carl de Souza
A tag reading "Carry On" is shown laying on the pavement near looted shoes, clothes and hadbags in Clapham Junction, south London on 8 August 2011. Now in it's third night of unrest, London has seen sporadic outbreaks of looting and clashes both north and south of the river Thames. Two police cars and a large number of buildings were on Saturday set ablaze in Tottenham, north London following a protest over the fatal shooting of a 29-year-old man in an armed stand-off with officers. The patrol cars were torched as dozens gathered outside the police station on the High Road in Tottenham.AFP PHOTO/LEON NEAL
An injured man is led to an ambulance handcuffs after being removed from a branch of Currys electrical retailer in Clapham Junction, south London on 8 August 2011. Now in it's third night of unrest, London has seen sporadic outbreaks of looting and clashes both north and south of the river Thames. Two police cars and a large number of buildings were on Saturday set ablaze in Tottenham, north London following a protest over the fatal shooting of a 29-year-old man in an armed stand-off with officers. The patrol cars were torched as dozens gathered outside the police station on the High Road in Tottenham.AFP PHOTO/LEON NEAL
Smashed displays and stock is shown in a mobile phone shop in Clapham Junction, south London on 8 August 2011. Now in it's third night of unrest, London has seen sporadic outbreaks of looting and clashes both north and south of the river Thames. Two police cars and a large number of buildings were on Saturday set ablaze in Tottenham, north London following a protest over the fatal shooting of a 29-year-old man in an armed stand-off with officers. The patrol cars were torched as dozens gathered outside the police station on the High Road in Tottenham.AFP PHOTO/LEON NEAL
A police officer stands guard outside a looted electrical retailer in Clapham Junction, south London on 8 August 2011. Now in it's third night of unrest, London has seen sporadic outbreaks of looting and clashes both north and south of the river Thames. Two police cars and a large number of buildings were on Saturday set ablaze in Tottenham, north London following a protest over the fatal shooting of a 29-year-old man in an armed stand-off with officers. The patrol cars were torched as dozens gathered outside the police station on the High Road in Tottenham.AFP PHOTO/LEON NEAL
Fire crews try to extinguish a burning 140 year old furniture store in Croydon, South London on August 8, 2011. Now in it's third night of unrest, London has seen sporadic outbreaks of looting and clashes both north and south of the river Thames. Numerous buildings were set on fire in Croydon as hundreds of looters plundered high street shops of their goods. AFP PHOTO/Carl de Souza
Fire crews walk past a burning 140 year old furniture store in Croydon, South London on August 8, 2011. Now in it's third night of unrest, London has seen sporadic outbreaks of looting and clashes both north and south of the river Thames. Numerous buildings were set on fire in Croydon as hundreds of looters plundered high street shops of their goods. AFP PHOTO/Carl de Souza
Firefighters battle a massive blaze at the Sony distribution centre in Waltham Abbey, north of London. Violence escalated across London and at least three other cities August 9 as police fought thousands of rioters and looters and Prime Minister David Cameron headed back to Britain to face the crisis. AFP PHOTO / LEON NEAL

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