Friday, 3 July 2020 The U.S. is headed into the Fourth of July weekend with many parades and fireworks displays canceled and several other restrictions, but it hasn't stopped boaters from heading out to sandbars in Palm Beach County, Florida. (July 3)
Despite hundreds of tips and a “multitude” of priests with histories of abusing children in Florida, Investigative Reporter Katie LaGrone reveals how Florida law barred the state’s top attorney from prosecuting past cases of priest abuse.
Civil society members organised a protest outside Dhaka Press Club to mark the Independence Day of the Islamic Republic of East Turkistan. East Turkistan had fallen into Chinese occupation in the 18th century when the Qing dynasty of the Manchu empire annexed it. Though, it was never fully subdued and was briefly declared as an independent state till Chinese invasion in December 1949. The occupied region is known as Xinjiang Autonomous Region. East Turkistan has not only lost its independence, but is also gradually losing its identity. Protesters accused China for brutality and suppression of Uyghur Muslims. Chinese government has reportedly detained more than a million Uyghurs in reeducation camps. Chinese officials maintain that what they call vocational training centres do not infringe on Uyghurs' human rights. Activists allege that most people in the camps have never been charged with crimes and have no legal avenues to challenge their detentions.
First Lady of United States Melania Trump voted in Palm Beach County on November 03. Melania was seen without a facemask. She has supported her husband during his campaign to be re-elected for the US Presidential Elections 2020.
Fort Myers Beach Mayor Ray Murphy speaks one-on-one with Fox 4's Jessica Alpern about his concerns over Fourth of July visitors. The beach is the only one open for the holiday weekend, from Florida's..
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