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Chicago protesters march in solidarity with Ferguson

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CHICAGO -- A group of protesters gathered in Chicago Tuesday night to stand and march in solidarity with the demonstrations in Ferguson, Missouri.

The group began to gather around 8 p.m. outside Chicago police headquarters at 35th and Michigan Ave.

They then began to march through downtown Chicago.

Clashes with police and arrests were reported.

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