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Trump signs order to prosecute protesters vandalising statues

US President Donald Trump signs executive order to prosecute anyone found guilty of vandalising statues. #US #Trump #BlackLivesMatter

Monumental Mistakes?

Monumental Mistakes?

Did Abraham Lincoln really ‘free the slaves’?

Did Abraham Lincoln really ‘free the slaves’?

Trump signs order on police reforms

Trump signs order on police reforms

Trump signs an executive order targeting social media giants

Trump signs an executive order targeting social media giants

Europe and G7 nations welcome price cap on Russian oil

Europe and G7 nations welcome price cap on Russian oil

Trial begins for 2016 suicide bombings that killed 32 people in Belgium

Trial begins for 2016 suicide bombings that killed 32 people in Belgium

New deal aims to restore total power, control back to civilians in Sudan

New deal aims to restore total power, control back to civilians in Sudan

Cyberattack cripples top Indian hospital

Cyberattack cripples top Indian hospital

Women become breadwinners as eight-year-old conflict continues in Yemen

Women become breadwinners as eight-year-old conflict continues in Yemen

UK axes plan for big tech to remove 'harmful' content

UK axes plan for big tech to remove 'harmful' content

Stations struggling to meet demand as Russian imports fall

Stations struggling to meet demand as Russian imports fall

South Korean workers protest outside National Assembly

South Korean workers protest outside National Assembly

Ukraine conflict sends costs soaring for Greek livestock farmers

Ukraine conflict sends costs soaring for Greek livestock farmers

EU agrees to impose $60 price cap on Russian oil

EU agrees to impose $60 price cap on Russian oil

Disabled refugees put on photo exhibit at Ankara gallery

Disabled refugees put on photo exhibit at Ankara gallery

Rescuers race to reach stranded civilians after torrential rain in southern Brazil

Rescuers race to reach stranded civilians after torrential rain in southern Brazil

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