Germany: Hundreds march through Berlin in solidarity with Black Lives Matter

Hundreds of Black Lives Matter activists took to the streets of Berlin on Sunday, to march in solidarity with the families of the latest victims of police brutality in the US, Alton Sterling and Philando Castile.
One protester, originally from Chicago, expressed how grateful he was that the protest was taking place so far from the USA, “I just want to thank Germany for what I'm seeing - tge diversity, the outcome the people that are here today. It really matters, man. And being from Chicago, being an American - this is cool, this is real, this is authentic."
Sterling, 37, was shot when two police officers went to investigate a claim that he was in possession of a gun while selling CDs in the parking lot of the Triple S Food Mart. Castile's death came just one day after the death of Sterling, also at the hands of a police officer.
Demonstrations have been held across the US and in parts of Europe following the two police killings.