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Biden Calls Out Trump for Fanning the Flames of Hate | NowThis News
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In US news and current events today, presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden had harsh words for President Donald Trump and the racism that has emboldened his regime.

Trump confirms withdrawing US troops from 'delinquent' Germany | DW News
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President Donald Trump says the US will slash the number of American troops in Germany by nearly 10,000 from current levels of about 35-thousand. He tied the move to what he called Berlin's failure to meet its NATO spending commitments. The move has shaken the NATO military alliance and Germany, which serves as a base for many of the US troops who deploy to Iraq and Afghanistan. The US President says he's acting because Berlin has not been paying its share of NATO defense spending. We'll explore the possible fallout from the pullout.

US enters third week of protests | Nine News Australia
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US President Donald Trump has revealed a sweeping plan to address police reform as the family of Atlanta man Rayshard Brooks demanded the police officer who killed him be convicted.

Trump orders Pentagon to cut US troops in Germany | DW News
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President Donald Trump has reportedly ordered the Pentagon to cut the number of US troops stationed on military bases in Germany by nearly a third. According to government sources cited by the Wall Street Journal, around 25,000 would remain.

American forces have been stationed in Germany since the end of World War II. Andreas Nick, a member of the German Parliament's Foreign Affairs committee joined DW for an analysis of the decision.

Large demonstrations across country anchor weekend of protests (LIVE) | USA TODAY
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Large scale black lives matter demonstrations continue Sunday across the country. Concrete change to how police and law enforcement authorities are able to restrain and use force is already happening in some jurisdictions in the wake of George Floyd's death at the hands of Minneapolis, Minn, police officers. The underlying tension between law enforcement and the black community has yet to be addressed at large.

'Out Of Control': Poll Shows 80% Of Voters Are Concerned About U.S. | Meet The Press | NBC
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In the latest NBC NEWS / WSJ Poll, 80% of registered voters say things in the U.S. are "out of control."

National Guard deployed in 21 states as protests continue across America | 7NEWS
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US President Donald Trump has threatened to use the military to crack down on the growing unrest across the country, now in a second week, and has derided local authorities including US governors for their response to the violent protests.

Protesters in US continue to defy curfews as Minneapolis investigates police department | ABC News
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Demonstrations over the killing of George Floyd continue in the United States, with protesters rallying for the eighth straight night.

Protesters around U.S. demand justice for George Floyd (LIVE) | USA TODAY
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Minneapolis and other U.S. cities braced for more heated demonstrations Monday after protesters and police across the nation clashed for a sixth straight night in the wake of George Floyd's death.

More than 4,400 arrests have been made at demonstrations nationwide since video emerged showing former Minneapolis Officer Derek Chauvin holding his knee to Floyd's neck for more than eight minutes. On Monday, President Donald Trump chastised governors for failing to halt the looting, vandalism, and violence.

Protests in the US: Latest developments | DW News
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Protests across the United States enter their seventh day, with demonstrations in scores of cities after the brutal death of George Floyd, an unarmed African American man, in police custody one week ago.

The national guard has been deployed in a number of states. Curfews were extended but broken in major cities as police struggled to contain the situation. The coronavirus pandemic has not stopped hundreds of thousands from taking to the streets. Several people have died amid the unrest. A memorial gathering for Mr. Floyd took place in Minneapolis.

Trump meets with Pakistani PM Imran Khan
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President Donald Trump took questions from reporters ahead of a meeting with Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan in the Oval Office on Wednesday, July 22. Trump spoke at length about how the U.S. and Pakistan could work together in the war in Afghanistan. Trump said he could end the war within a week, but does not "want to kill 10 million people" in doing so. Trump also slammed Democrats ahead of former special counsel Robert Mueller’s hearing on the Russia investigation later in the week and said he would not be watching the testimony.

US President Donald Trump and Pakistan's PM Imran Khan Discuss the War in Afghanistan
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US President Donald Trump with Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan at a bilateral meeting as they discuss ending the war in Afghanistan through means of a political settlement.

The United States and Pakistan are jointly seeking a way to end the war in Afghanistan, Trump said alongside Khan in the Oval Office on Monday, July 22.

Inside the injured Philippine town of Marawi - BBC News
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In May 2017, jihadists loyal to the alleged Muslim State took Marawi by force.

After 5 months of serious bombing and over one,000 deaths, government forces liberated the town.

But giant components of it stay in ruins with thousands displaced in makeshift camps.

In 360: A letter to my father World Health Organization took his own life - BBC News
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Mallappa, a farmer during a village in India's southern state of province, told his family in August last year that he was progressing to a close-by town to shop for some farm instrumentation.

But he ne'er came.

His body was found within the same farm wherever he spent most of his life every day later. Before taking his life, he bought everything that his family would wish for his observance.

This 360 film in supported a letter written by his girl Laxmi Devi to her father.

Hong Kong government offices close in worst violence in decades
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Protesters ar angry regarding plans to permit surrender to China.

In an effort to stop lawmakers from collaborating within the discussion, activists obstructed main streets and tried to storm key government buildings exacting the bill be scrapped.

Police responded by firing tear gas and rubber bullets. to dam them and acquire them to disperse.

Despite the widespread opposition, the govt has not backed down.

Gaetz: Comey, Clapper and Brennan all square measure in peril
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Trump problems key directive on declassification; panel reaction and analysis on 'Hannity.' #Hannity

Senate approves $19 billion disaster aid package
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The live includes cash for Puerto law, Southern states littered with last fall's hurricanes, western states deluged with season floods and fire-ravaged rural CA.

Trump lets Barr open docs associated with origins of Russia probe
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Reaction from 'The Aggressive Progressive' podcast host Chris Otto Hahn and Fox News contributor Ari Fleischer.

Onboard USS President Abraham Lincoln - BBC News
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Tensions between the USA and Islamic Republic of Iran are rising in recent weeks, because the White House accuses Islamic Republic of Iran of threatening its interests...
In recent days, the US has deployed the USS President Abraham Lincoln warship to the region and reportedly needed plans to send a hundred and twenty,000 troops to the center East.

A BBC team was on board the carrier while within the Mediterranean.

'You cannot cheat?' asks Queen at check-out - BBC News
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How square measure conservative teams operating to influence Supreme Court nominations?The Queen paid a visit to a reproduction of the primary Sainsbury's search to mark the food market chain's one hundred and fiftieth day of remembrance.
While being shown a way to use the self-service check-out, she asked: "You cannot cheat?"




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