US Elections: Ex-Republican Powell Backs Democrat Biden For US President

Former Secretary of State and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Colin Powell has endorsed Democratic former United States Vice President Joe Biden, becoming the first important Republican to publicly back President Donald Trump’s rival ahead of November’s election. Powell, who led the US military during the 1991 Gulf War in Iraq under then-Republican President George HW Bush and later led the Department of State under President George W Bush, said Trump has “drifted away” from the US Constitution and posed a danger to the country and its democracy.…

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Facebook to review policy after outcry over Trump posts

Mark Zuckerberg, chief executive of Facebook, has promised to review the social network’s policies that led to its decision to not moderate controversial messages posted by the US president that appeared to encourage violence against those protesting against police racism. READ ALSO: https://theemage.com/forbes-ronaldos-105-million-year-tops-messi-and-crowns-him-soccers-first-billion-dollar-man/ Protests continue over police brutality as several United States cities hold memorials to honour George Floyd, an unarmed Black man who was killed by police in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on May 25.California’s governor has ordered the state police training programme to stop teaching officers how to use a…

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BREAKING: US Officially Launches SpaceX Dragon Capsule

Today marks a historic moment in the Technological Stride of the United States of America, as the Whitehouse Successfully launches #SpaceXDragonCapsule into Space. President Trump in a Worldwide broadcast congratulate Americans for achieving this breakthrough despite the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic. He therefore promised justice would be saved innock #GeorgeFloyd Murder Case involving an Agent of the Minnesota Police Department. Read tweets from President Donald Trump Official Twitter account;

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President Trump Faces Blacklash Over Ties With WHO

US President Donald Trump faced a broad backlash on Saturday over severing ties with the UN’s health agency during a pandemic, as the coronavirus surged in Latin America while Europe further reopened from lockdown. The EU called on Washington to reconsider its decision to permanently cut funding to the World Health Organization for its handling of the pandemic, which has devastated the global economy, infected nearly six million people and killed more than 364,000. READ ALSO: https://theemage.com/social-media-president-trump-signs-executive-order/ “Now is the time for enhanced cooperation and common solutions,” the European Union…

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#GeorgeFloyd: DEREK CHAUVIN’S WIFE WANTS DIVORCE

Na the matter we dey America the settle now. The wife of Derek Chauvin, who was just charged with 3rd degree murder after the death of George Floyd, has filed for divorce. Derk Chauvin Who is reported to have been a racists for a very long time and has a long time profile history of assaults on black men. He had also killed 3 people during his time as a Minneapolis Police officer,people claimed he should have been charged with First degree murder had he had known Floyd for 17…

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German Chancellor Declines President Trump Invite For In- Person G7 Summit

A German government spokesman has confirmed that Chancellor Angela Merkel will not attend an in-person summit of world leaders that President Donald Trump has suggested he will host in the United States despite concerns over the coronavirus. Leaders from the G7 had been scheduled to meet by videoconference in late June after the pandemic scuttled plans to gather in-person at Camp David, the US presidential retreat. READ ALSO: https://theemage.com/israeli-police-kills-unnamed-pakistanian-in-east-jerusalem/ Trump last week, however, indicated that he could hold the huge gathering after all, “primarily at the White House” but also…

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Trump threats; EU backs WHO

The European Union backed the World Health Organisation and multilateral efforts to fight the coronavirus on Tuesday after US President Donald Trump threatened to quit the global agency. “This is the time for solidarity, not the time for finger-pointing or for undermining multilateral cooperation,” European foreign affairs spokeswoman Virginie Battu-Henriksson told reporters. The EU has sponsored a motion at Tuesday’s session of the WHO’s annual assembly to urge an “impartial, independent and comprehensive evaluation” of the international response to the pandemic. And the spokeswoman said: “The European Union backs the…

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