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Britain / London Unrest #1004808

NBC Evening News for Friday, Aug 12, 2011
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(Studio: Brian Williams) British Prime Minister David Cameron’s request to William Bratton, a former police chief in the US, to work as a consultant on the mob violence in Britain reported.

(London: Jim Maceda) The cleanup and compassion after the violence featured; details given about money raised for victims, including 89-year-old barber Aaron Biber†† and Ashraf Haziq††, who was mugged. [CAMERON – says we will do whatever it takes to restore law and order and rebuild our communities.] [BIBER, HAZIQ - react.] ["New York Times" reporter Robby ZUMAYA‡- says courtesy may have come back in the aftermath of the riots.] [WOMAN – says we’re proud of our city.]

Williams, Brian;
Maceda, Jim

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