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CNN Exclusive: Details, title and cover of Bob Woodward’s upcoming Trump book revealed

Following on from his 2018 bestseller “Fear,” legendary investigative journalist Bob Woodward’s new book on President Donald Trump – titled “Rage” – will have jaw-dropping details about the president’s behavior and decision-making, according to sources familiar with the book. . Two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Woodward is known for his behind-the-scenes reporting and unprecedented access, but his second book on Trump …

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Belarusian elections: second Belarusian protester dies as the United Nations sound the alarm

Copyright of the image EPA Image caption Belarusian police have been accused of using violence against demonstrators A protester died in Belarus in police custody, the second death since clashes broke out with police over a disputed presidential election last Sunday. Officials say the cause of the 25-year-old man’s death in Gomel is unclear. His mother says he had heart …

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The United States reports the highest number of deaths from covid-19 in one day since mid-May

The president also made his last concerted push to get students back to US schools, saying “99.9 percent” of coronavirus pandemic deaths involve adults. He threatened to divert federal money from schools that aren’t open and warned of the intellectual damage that could result if the children stayed home indefinitely. “When you sit at home in a basement looking at …

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Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai released on bail, urges protesters to be ‘careful’

Hong Kong media mogul Jimmy Lai, arrested Monday under the nation’s new national security law, urged young protesters to be “more cautious” in the upcoming fight. Lai, who owns Application Daily, one of Hong Kong’s most widely read newspapers, is one of the most prominent figures to be detained due to a wider crackdown on political dissidents. FILE: Hong Kong …

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The discussion between Ben and Jerry’s, the UK government on the treatment of migrants, is heated

The bickering between Ben and Jerry’s and the British government is heating up after the ice cream maker implied in a tweet that Parliament showed a “lack of humanity” for asylum seekers. Tensions escalated Tuesday between the Vermont-based company and the government when Ben and Jerry’s tweeted to Britain’s Interior Minister, Interior Minister Priti Patel, who vowed to stop a …

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