Time square protests
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Demonstrators sit during a protest march at Times Square against the verdict announced in the shooting death of Michael Brown, in New York, December 1, 2014.
Protesters are taking to the streets in cities across the US to protest grand juries' decisions not to indict the white officers responsible for the deaths of two unarmed black men, and demand police accountability.

Saturday, December 13 20:16 GMT: DC's streets lined with people "as far as the eye can see."

20:13 GMT: Here's a bird's eye view of the NYC protest.

19:58 GMT: As Chicago crowds grow, at least three arrests have been reported.

19:53 GMT: Boston protesters report that riot police are being told to put their face guards on.

19:51 GMT: Thousands march through the streets of New York.

19:47 GMT: In DC Eric Garner's daughter called for 11 seconds of silence for the 11 times Garner said "I can't breathe" as he was being held down in a banned chokehold that killed him.

19:23 GMT: Demonstrators in NYC chant "hands up, don't shoot" and "shut it down, shut it down" as they march through the city.

19:19 GMT: Street closures in preparation for #Justice4All march reported in NYC.

19:14 GMT: Meanwhile, NYPD prepare barricades.

19:12 GMT: NYC protesters cheer as speaker addresses crowd, shouting, "We will shut New York City down" in Washington Square.