Protests after police shooting in Memphis
At least two dozen police officers were injured as violent protests erupted in Memphis after a young black man was shot dead by federal agents.
Brandon Webber, aged 20, was killed by members of a federal fugitive task force seeking to take him into custody, over the shooting of a man in Mississippi earlier this month.
Webber was shot after he rammed police in a stolen car.
As news of his death spread, several hundred people gathered, and some threw rocks and spat at the police, Mayor Jim Strickland said in a statement.
At least 24 officers and deputies were injured - two journalists were also hurt before the crowd dispersed.
Authorities in Mississippi said Webber was suspected of having shot a man five times point blank and leaving him for dead after going for a test drive in a car the victim was offering for sale.
A second suspect in the shooting remains at large.
The tensions in Memphis, where hundreds of protesters took to the streets overnight, evoked memories of a string of protests against police brutality that broke out in other cities in recent years.