U.S. attorney General ordered to send sparsely in Washington and Miami

U.S. attorney General William Barr ordered to send to Washington and Miami police special forces intended to quell the unrest, reported the USA Today.

According to the newspaper, a senior representative of the U.S. justice Department noted that these special forces are administered by the Federal Bureau of prisons. According to him, the Federal Bureau of investigation separately sent to Washington his elite unit that deals with hostage rescue.

Earlier, D.C. mayor Muriel Bowser announced that the curfew in Washington, introduced on Sunday, will last for two days.

The cities of the U.S., a wave of protests and unrest after the death at the hands of police of African-American George Floyd. One of the officers, who came with his knee on the neck of the Floyd during the arrest, was charged with negligent homicide.