Protests against the killing of black men by Police have continued to spread across cities of the United States, following recent deaths in Minnesota and Louisiana.
Armed new black panther party members confronted Police in Baton Rouge, Louisiana while in Minnesota, roads were blocked as fireworks, bottles and rocks were thrown at Police officials.
Dozens of arrests have been, made but the rallies were mostly peaceful.
In Dallas where five officers were killed by a black man during a protest rally, the situation remains tense.
BBC says security levels were raised at the Police Headquarters after anonymous threats were received.
However, an all clear was given after a search of a car park for a “suspicious person”.
The protests against police killings were sparked by the deaths of Philando Castile in Minnesota and Alton Sterling in Louisiana.