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Tattered nuclear deal with world powers. The last minute discussions further underscore the narrowing window for the U. S and others to reach terms with Iran as it presses a tough stance with the international community over its atomic program. The Islamic Republic is already enriching and stockpiling uranium at levels far beyond those allowed by its 2015 nuclear deal. I'm Charles Dillon asthma. Harvey Weinstein is extradition from New York to California to face rape and sexual assault charges. Faces further delays over paperwork issues raised by his lawyer. Weinstein had been scheduled to be transferred as early as next week. Ed Donahue AP News The Supreme Court is rejecting an appeal from a retired federal law enforcement officer who was put in a police chokehold at a V. A hospital. Jose Oliva was at the facility for a dental appointment in 2016. When officers at a security checkpoint said he did not produce I d that eventually led to three officers violently detaining that then 70 year old ill Eva video shows them putting him in a chokehold and wrestling him to the ground. Ah leva filed a federal civil rights suit against the three officers. And while a trial judge allowed the suit to go forward, a federal appeals panel reversed the ruling. The Supreme Court did not comment in rejecting a leave his appeal. Soccer Megane Washington Japan is opening to mass vaccine centers two months before the Olympics to help accelerate immunization. Japan is mobilizing military doctors and nurses to give shots of two elderly people in Tokyo and Osaka as the government desperately tries to accelerate its vaccination rollout on curb Corona virus infections just two months before hosting the Olympics. Prime Minister you'll see Heidi Sudha is determined to hold the game's on has made an ambitious pledge to finish vaccinating elderly people by the end of July. Despite skepticism, it's possible The two mass inoculation centers. Aim to give shots to 15,000 people a day for the next three months. I'm Charles Dillon, Asthma the You're having a sleepover and hey, Are you still awake? Yeah. Are you hungry? Yeah. Do you think your dad would drive us to McDonald's deal? There is a deal for every sleepover when you buy one of your faith that McDonald's like the filet of fish, quarter pounder with cheese, Big Mac or 10 piece Chicken McNuggets and get another for just a dollar that Oppa Papa McDonald's. I'm lovin it limited time only prices and participation may very valid for item of equal or lesser value. The news. I met Donna here. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken is traveling to the Middle East. A week after Israel and Hamas agreed to a cease fire in the Gaza Strip. The AP is Joseph Kraus reports on who Blinken will be talking to in Israel. He's going to be meeting with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has come under intense criticism by many in Israel, who say he stopped to the Gaza offensive too early. And then on the Palestinian side, Lincoln will be meeting with the Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, who has no effective power over Gaza, which is ruled by the militant group Hamas. Lincoln is hoping to revive peace talks. Officials say the White House and the Kremlin are working to arrange a summit next month between President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin and Switzerland. It could come at the end of Biden's first foreign trip as president. The Supreme Court will not hear the case of a black driver shot and killed by a white police officer in Ohio. The AP Sandra Madani has the story. Luke Stuart's family filed a federal civil rights suit after the 2017 shooting, alleging police training in Euclid encouraged or at least Condoned excessive force. The suit came as police in the suburban Cleveland town were being criticized. Foreign arrest, in which a white officer with a history of disciplinary issues was seen on video, repeatedly punching a black man during a traffic stop. A trial court dismissed the Stewarts suit and an appeals court agreed, saying the family cannot sue either the city or the officer who shot Stuart. The high Court is leaving the appeals panel ruling in place saga REM agony. Washington Police in South Carolina say they captured a suspect in four killings this month in two states. Tyler Terry was last seen a week ago when he ran from a wrecked car. He was a passenger in he's linked to killings in South Carolina and Missouri. Western outrage is growing and the European Union is threatening more sanctions over the force. Diversion of a plane to Belarus in order to arrest in opposition journalist This is AP News The World Health Organization admits it could have done better. Responding to the coronavirus, the W. H O opened its annual meeting, working on a draft resolution that acknowledges missteps in the response to Cove in 19. There are serious shortcomings, it said. In the world's ability to prepare for and prevent health emergencies, Director General Ted Rose Tottenham, Gabrielle ASIS led a round of applause for health care workers and then said the world remains in a very dangerous situation. What to do one thing, he said, get vaccines to all countries faster in his words. A small group of countries that make him by the majority of the world's vaccines control the fate of the rest of the world. I'm Rita Foley, CBS says. Starting June 14th Stephen Colbert's Late show will have a fully vaccinated audience in New York's Ed Sullivan Theater because of the Corona virus, more than 200 episodes were produced without a live audience. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News The World Health Organization admits missteps In the response to Cove in 19. The W. H O opened its annual meeting, working on a draft resolution that acknowledges missteps in the response to Cove in 19. There are serious shortcomings, it said. In the world's ability to prepare for and prevent health emergencies Director General Ted Rose Tottenham, Gabrielle ASIS led a round of applause for health care workers and then said the world remains in a very dangerous situation. While he was speaking, he said 400 people would die of cove. It 19 What to do. One thing, he said, get vaccines to all countries faster, in his words, a small group of countries that make him by the majority of the world's vaccines control the fate of the rest of the world. I'm Rita Foley. The Supreme Court will not hear the case of a black driver fatally shot by a white police officer in Ohio. Luke Stuart's family filed a federal civil rights suit after the 2017 shooting, alleging police training in Euclid encouraged or at least Condoned excessive force. The suit came as police in the suburban Cleveland town were being criticized for an arrest in which a white officer with a history of disciplinary issues was seen on video, repeatedly punching a black man during a traffic stop. A trial court dismissed the Stewarts suit and an appeals court agreed, saying the family cannot sue either the city or the officer who shot Stuart. The high court is leaving the appeals panel ruling in place Saga REM agony Washington. Good morning, I'm a Donahue with an AP News MINUTE President Biden is sending his top diplomat to the Middle East following the cease fire in Gaza. Here's the AP, Sandra Madani, the Biden ministrations been criticized for its perceived hands off initial response to the fighting between Israel and Hamas. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken has said the president's Behind the scenes efforts paid off with a truce after just 11 days now blinking himself will go to the region to push Israelis, Palestinians and other players to build on the ceasefire by laying the groundwork for eventually resuming peace talks. The president says Blinken will also work with partners to ensure aid reaches Gaza, which was badly damaged in Israeli air strikes. Santorum agony. Washington Police in Jerusalem are calling it a terrorist attack. An Israeli soldier.

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