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"Live from NPR news. I'm Shay Stevens. As president. Trump signed a bill supporting persecuted ethnic minority group in China a book, Y, one of his former aides suggest he was not always sympathetic to their plight. Details from NPR's Mara, Liasson, the bill trump signed targets individuals in China. Who are responsible for human rights abuses against the warriors, but a new book by former. White House National Security Adviser John Bolton says that in twenty nineteen trump told Chinese president she that he supported. She's moved. moved to build detainment camps for the Workers Bolton says that at the opening dinner of the g twenty meeting in Japan with only interpreters present after she explained to trump why he was building the concentration camps. Bolton says that according to the interpreter. Trump told she he should go ahead and build the camps which according to Bolton. Trump thought was quote exactly the right thing to do the White House is Suing Bolton, trying to stop publication of the book Mara Liasson NPR News. The former Atlanta police officer who fatally shot Ray, chard. Brooks is facing. Felony murder charges. Garrett Ralph also faces ten other counts Fulton County District Attorney Paul. Howard alleges that Ralph used excessive force. Mr Brooks never presented himself as a threat. At the very beginning, he was peacefully sleeping in his car. After he was awakened by the officer. He was cooperative. Howard says Ralph kicked Brooks after shooting him in the back while his partner Devon. Brosnan stood on the suspects, shoulders and bleeding on the ground, the incident occurred in the midst of ongoing protests against police, brutality and racial injustice. The American Ambassador to the U. N. is urging. Disclose their records on Racial Discrimination Lisa, Shlein and Geneva reports that the appeal comes ahead of an international debate on systemic racism in the United States in wake of the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis Ambassador, Andrew Rember says the US is not above scrutiny, but he says any resolution on the issue of systemic racism shouldn't call out the name of just one country. It should be inclusive and call out the names of other countries where racism is a problem and needs to be addressed without. Without naming names. Brumberg mentions that one member state is accused of interning and ethnic minority in concentration camps. This is an allusion to China who allegedly as detaining more than a million dollars in these camps, Bredberg says the US recognizes its shortcomings and deals with these problems in a forthright manner for NPR news. I'm Lisa in Geneva. Wall Street. Stocks closed mostly lower. The Dow Jones industrials, losing one hundred and seventy points, the Nasdaq gained fourteen you. Futures are lower in premarket trading. This is NPR news. Some food manufacturers say they're taking a look at the labeling of their products. Following decades of criticism, Pepsico's subsidiary quaker oats is changing the name of its aunt Jemima Pancake Mix and the female character on its packaging long consider gleeful black mammy stereotype, calling racism breaking Conagra brand, says the packaging for it's fifty nine year old business. Butterworth's Syrup is undergoing complete review Mars. INC says it's evaluating. Abilities regarding its uncle Ben's rice, including the brands imagery. The Senate has voted to allocate billions of dollars to conserve and improve the nation's public lands. We details from NPR's Nathan Roth conservation groups have been trying to get the Great American outdoors act passed for years as roads and.
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