Hundreds of people have gathered in Ferguson, USA, to mark one year since unarmed black teenager Michael Brown was shot dead by a white police officer.
A four-and-a-half minute silence was held at the spot where he was killed to represent the roughly four-and-a-half hours the 18 year old's body lay in the street after being shot.
The crowd, which included his father Michael Brown Snr, then took part in a silent march in memory of the teen and others killed by police.
At the memorial, Brown's father wore a T-shirt bearing his son's image and the slogan "Chosen for Change." Others held "Black Lives Matter" banners and signs calling for justice for those killed by police.
Brown's death sparked months of protests in America, including incidents of rioting and arson.
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