President Trump, NPR, ACP discussed on Weekend Edition Saturday

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From NPR news in Washington I'm Giles Snyder the British government is calling you run seizure of a British flag the oil tanker in the strait of poor moves unacceptable and speaking to Sky News foreign secretary Jeremy hunt warranty run of repercussions we will respond in a way that is considered robust and we are absolutely clear that if the situation is not resolved quickly there will be serious consequences they run media any run allege the tanker was involved in an accident within a running and fishing boat and that authorities are carrying out an investigation of a second British tanker was ported but allowed to go the seizure comes amid tensions following the British Caesar injure Peralta of an Iranian tanker suspected of smuggling oil to Syria and violation of European Union sanctions the end of laci P. opens its national convention today and Detroit Clinton Quinn Klinefelter of member station W. D. ET reports a commission is drawing thousands of attendees as a very high profile political figures about ten thousand people are expected to attend the gathering that includes house speaker Nancy Pelosi and most of the contenders for the democratic presidential nomination who will participate in a candidates forum and double ACP national president Derrick Johnson says it's important for convention delegates to hear first hand how those seeking the White House intend to help black voters we don't do this at a popularity contest thank you the individual who's the boss charismatic or the best speaker what the individual who can truly a threat some of the issues that confront our communities every day Johnson says attendees one candidates to discuss among other things how they will bridge racial and economic divides and strengthen social safety nets for older Americans for NPR news I'm Quinn Klinefelter in Detroit today marks fifty years since human beings first visited the moon impairs Jeff Brumfield looks back at the.

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