Minneapolis crews clearing intersection where George Floyd was murdered

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By Nicole Peri and Jonathan Allen MINNEAPOLIS (Reuters) – The city of Minneapolis on Thursday began the process of reopening to traffic the intersection where George Floyd was murdered by a police officer just over a year ago, as crews took down barricades that had stopped most vehicles from passing. Some activists oppose the reopening of the intersection at Chicago Avenue and 38th Street – closed to traffic since the murder – and were seen arguing with the men moving the concrete barriers. Some activists dragged tables and other makeshift barricades into the street. The intersection has becom…

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