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Demonstrators hold up placards and march down Oxford Street in central London on November 26, 2014 during a protest over the US court decision not to charge the policeman who killed unarmed black teenager Michael Brown in the town of Ferguson. The policeman whose killing of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown sparked weeks of riots in the US town of Ferguson will not face charges, the county prosecutor said on November 25, amid mounting anger in the streets. Over a thousand people demonstrated outside the US embassy in London, holding up their hands and waving placards. The demonstration then turned into a march along Oxford Street, one of central London's main retail and shopping streets. AFP PHOTO / LEON NEALLEON NEAL/AFP/Getty Images
Demonstrators hold up placards and march down Oxford Street in central London on November 26, 2014 during a protest over the US court decision not to charge the policeman who killed unarmed black teenager Michael Brown in the town of Ferguson. The policeman whose killing of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown sparked weeks of riots in the US town of Ferguson will not face charges, the county prosecutor said on November 25, amid mounting anger in the streets. Over a thousand people demonstrated outside the US embassy in London, holding up their hands and waving placards. The demonstration then turned into a march along Oxford Street, one of central London's main retail and shopping streets. AFP PHOTO / LEON NEALLEON NEAL/AFP/Getty Images

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Nic Robertson reports from London where what started as a small Ferguson protest grew to include several thousand people.

Ferguson outrage spreads to London

Nic Robertson reports from London where what started as a small Ferguson protest grew to include several thousand people.