Iraqi prime minister to resign after months of bloody protest

JUDY WOODRUFF: The growing protest movement in Iraq has claimed dozens more new casualties today. The prime minister says that he will step down, giving in to public demands. But, in the streets, the killing goes on, security forces shooting down scores more protesters. Foreign affairs correspondent Nick Schifrin reports on this critical day. NICK […]

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China’s “Red Market” Destruction of Religion | Bitter Winter Part 2

The Communist Party has a plan to destroy religion And it begins with the “Red Market” Can religion in China survive? Welcome back to China Uncensored. I’m Chris Chappell The Chinese Communist Party has a clever plan to destroy religion in China. It doesn’t just attack religion from the outside. It also tries to subvert […]

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Survey finds about half of Hong Kongers considered leaving territory as protests continue

As protests in Hong Kong continue for the 18th straight week, about half of the people in Hong Kong have considered emigrating to other countries. That’s according to a survey conducted by CNN on some 900 Hong Kongers through a research firm in July. 47 percent of the respondents, most of whom were young and […]

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Why Hong Kong Is Facing a Recession Amid Protests and Trade Wars | WSJ

– [Narrator] Hong Kong is facing its first recession since the global financial crisis in 2008. Influenced by unprecedented factors. Including its own ongoing anti-government protests and the trade stalemate between Washington and Beijing. In February, the government predicted Hong Kong’s economy would grow up to 3% this year. Six months later, that forecast was […]

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Family of Parkland Sho.oting Victim Objects to Her Image Being Used in March For Our Lives Protests

Family of Parkland Sho.oting Victim Objects to Her Image Being Used in March For Our Lives Protests The student protest at University of Florida Thursday brought a diverse range of people of all ages, student groups, organizations, homemade signs and political perspectives to the campus.  One such sign was of Meadow Pollack, an 18 year […]

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