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Dallas shootings: 'No division' over police deaths

US President Barack Obama denied that there was "enormous polarisation" in the United States, in the wake of fatal shootings involving African-Americans.

Five white police officers were shot dead by a black man, Micah Johnson, during a protest rally on Thursday.

Speaking at a Nato summit in Warsaw, he said the US was not returning to the situation in the 60s, when the civil rights movement arose in response to racial segregation.

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