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Plans to remove a statue of Robert E. Lee from the state's capital city of Richmond. But the statue is still there boxes. Kevin Turetsky explains why and what comes next. The 131 year old statue remained standing in a traffic circle in downtown Richmond due to two lawsuits. Followed by people who believe it should stay put. This coming Tuesday, The Virginia Supreme Court will hear arguments in the cases, which claimed Governor Ralph Northam doesn't have the authority to remove the statue. The state argues it can't be forced to maintain a statue that no longer reflects the state values. The governor announced his decision, 10 days after the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis in May of 2020. The statue was the site of protests over Floyd's death and is now covered in graffiti. Kevin your whiskey. Fox News and police and Rescue officials say to express trains collided in southern Pakistan and at least 30 passengers were killed. Police said 15 to 20 passengers were trapped in the wreckage, and authorities were trying to arrange heavy machinery to rescue them. It wasn't immediately clear what caused the derailment, plus Sunday marked the anniversary of one of the largest military operations in history, a moment when the U. S and its allies stormed the beaches of Normandy boxes. Jill NATO has more It was 77 years ago, when General Dwight Eisenhower announced the beginning of the end of Hitler. Regime soldiers, sailors and airmen of the Allied Expeditionary Force. You are about to embark upon the Great Crusade D Day, the eyes of the world are upon you. Their mission gain a foothold in Europe, starting by storming the beaches of Normandy about 156,000, American, British and Canadian forces landed to start their assault against the Nazis. Now, usually D day anniversary ceremonies and Normandy attract thousands of people from around the world. But this year like the last Events were scaled back because of the pandemic. Chill NATO fox News. I'm Mary Corsetti, and this is Fox News. Today. I'm taking it to the streets.