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Ferguson Quiet Again Tonight

(Ferguson, MO) -- Protests in Ferguson, Missouri are smaller and calmer again tonight. A group of around 125 people gathered to honor Michael Brown, the unarmed black teenager who was fatally shot by a white police officer. The march began in the neighborhood where Brown lived before being shot by officer Darren Wilson two weeks ago. An area church held a "praise and worship" service for Brown as well. Brown's funeral is scheduled for Monday.

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