President Obama has called for calm as protests over the death of a black teenager in America at the hands of police rage on.
In a speech at the White House today, he said he knew emotions were "raw" and said maintaining public safety, while allowing people the right to protest, was a priority.
The President also used the speech to condemn any "excessive force" used by officers when tackling peaceful protesters.
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