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In photos: Fourth day of clashes in Missouri town over black teen's death

Protesters reported throwing Molotov cocktails as police fire tear gas, stun grenades and smoke bombs

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A police officer aims his weapon at a demonstrator in Ferguson, Mo., on Aug. 13. The Missouri town has seen several nights of demonstrations against the fatal shooting of black teenager Michael Brown by police.

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A riot police officer aims his weapon near a protest site on Aug. 13. Police have deployed camouflage-clad officers in body armour to the town.

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A mother and daughter raise their hands in front of riot police in Ferguson on Aug. 13. The hands-up gesture has been a signature of the Ferguson protests since reports that Brown had raised his arms to show he was unarmed before being shot.

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Demonstrators raise their hands at a demonstration in Ferguson on Aug. 13.

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Riot police clear a street with smoke bombs while clashing with demonstrators in Ferguson on Aug. 13. Police in Ferguson fired several rounds of tear gas to disperse protesters late on Wednesday.

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Buttons reading “Justice for Michael Brown” are piled together in a box in Ferguson on Aug. 13.

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A combination photograph shows in sequence a protester throwing back a smoke bomb while clashing with police in Ferguson.

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