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NYPD clears Columbia University’s Hamilton Hall, protests disrupt UCLA, UNC campuses across the US

NYPD officers used flash grenades to enter Hamilton Hall in Columbia, where protesters had barricaded themselves Tuesday, police told CNN.

The building’s doors were barricaded with chairs, tables and vending machines, and the windows were covered with newspapers, New York police said.

When a flash-bang grenade is deployed, it emits a bright flash and a very loud bang, often used to shock and disorient.

Video job by NYPD Deputy Commissioner Kaz Daughtry, shows officers searching an office lined with bookshelves after breaking the door lock with a hammer.

Another video shows officers filling a stairwell and passing chairs around.

At least 50 police officers had previously used a raised ramp to access the building through a window.

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