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    Is Trump Administration Looking To Discredit Top U.S. Infectious Disease Physician?

    Is Trump Administration Looking To Discredit Top U.S. Infectious Disease Physician?

    As the United States continues to struggle with containing the coronavirus pandemic, cases are rising in 41 states.  Public health officials have warned for months of the need to open gradually. President Trump has sought to downplay the pandemic, often providing misleading information. In a virtual conference hosted by Georgetown University, Dr. Anthony Fauci, top U.S. infectious disease physician said Americans can and should trust respected medical authorities as health experts push back on Trump assertions.  They warn inserting politics in a crisis as serious as the pandemic is deceptive and dangerous.

     

     

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    Protesters: Keita must resign

    Protesters: Keita must resign

    Opposition and pro-democracy groups in Mali say their demand for Keita to resign remains unchanged, even as the president showed a gesture of goodwill Monday by releasing jailed protesters. Plus, why is Washington taking a position on the South China Sea now? And how some publishers in Hong Kong are trying not to run afoul of the new national security law.

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    Native Americans See Supreme Court Ruling as Hope For Future Reclamation

    Native Americans See Supreme Court Ruling as Hope For Future Reclamation

    There seems to be a growing wave of change in America when it comes to minorities, black and brown people and Native Americans who have long been marginalized.  The U.S. Supreme Court ended its term last week with an opinion that recognized about half of the state of Oklahoma as Native American reservation land, overturning a tribe member's rape conviction because the location where the crime was committed should have been considered outside the reach of state criminal law. The decision means much of the eastern part of Oklahoma is legally considered reservation land where more than 1.8 million live. 

     

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    Australia hopeful on COVID-19 vaccine

    Australia hopeful on COVID-19 vaccine

    Scientists in Australia begin human trials of new COVID-19 vaccine while Indian officials announce spike in new coronavirus cases. Plus, the European Union will send a joint task force to Africa's Sahel region. And the United Nations gives an update on world hunger.

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    U.S. COVID-19 Cases Pass 3 Million as Florida Becomes New Epicenter

    U.S. COVID-19 Cases Pass 3 Million as Florida Becomes New Epicenter

    With more than 3 million cases and over 137,000 deaths, COVID-19 is taking a heavy toll on the United States as the number of new infections continues to rise.  After six months of struggling to cope, officials are encouraging citizens to wear masks to help control the spread of the virus.   

    Florida reported a record increase of more than 15,000 new cases of COVID-19 in 24 hours on Sunday.

     

     

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    Philippines' largest broadcaster loses license bid

    Philippines' largest broadcaster loses license bid

    Philippine lawmakers have voted to reject the license renewal of the country’s largest TV network, leading some rights activists to call the move “a grievous assault on press freedom in the country.” Plus, Britain said Friday it was committed to working hard to agree to a post-Brexit deal with the European Union, but the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator said Thursday that "significant divergences" persisted. And a look ahead as the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Graves Investigation prepares to look for those lost to time.

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