ニュースの中での Ransack

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The Independent
· George Floyd: Racial economic disparity fuelled protests, experts say  
In the San Francisco Bay area, where rioters ransacked stores, banks and a car dealership, only 28 per cent of black residents have college degrees, compared to 61 per cent of their white counterparts.
The New York Times
· Protests in N.Y.C.: Latest Updates  
Looters tried to ransack some of the city’s best-known retailers, including the Macy’s flagship store in Herald Square and luxury stores along Fifth Avenue.
The New York Times
· Protests Today Live: News Updates and Video  
Stores in Manhattan were ransacked, leaving behind a wake of shattered glass and boarded-up windows.
The Age
· Riots flare in New York, Washington and LA as Trump threatens to deploy military  
A Microsoft store was also ransacked, while a Barnes & Noble bookstore was vandalised.
The Age
· 'Nixon on steroids': Trump's military move is a high-risk election bid  
Business-owners are boarding up their shops to prevent them from being ransacked by rioters.
The Age
· Manhattan shops ransacked after looters ignore New York curfew, pleas of protesters  
De Blasio and Governor Andrew Cuomo said the outbreaks of violence the previous two evenings - which left stores ransacked and police vehicles burned - gave them no choice to impose a curfew, even as they insisted they stood with the throngs of peaceful demonstrators who have spoken out for several days against police brutality and racial injustice.
The Guardian
· Protesting from a pedestal: ‘No one can ignore a black woman on a horse’  
As night fell in Oakland, people ransacked retail stores such as Target, broke into car dealerships and set multiple fires.
The New York Times
· Shattered Glass in SoHo as Looters Ransack Lower Manhattan  
The SoHo outpost of Bloomingdale’s was ransacked.
The China Post
· Brooms in hand, people patch up stores damaged in protests  
SAN DIEGO (AP) — Carrying brooms, shovels, trash bags and cans of paint, thousands of people from Los Angeles to New York swept up glass from broken store windows, covered over graffiti and organized ransacked businesses Monday after protests over police killings of black people turned destructive once again.