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Al Jazeera 18 Oct 2020

Indigenous Colombians travel to Bogota in bid to meet president


Thousands of Indigenous Colombians are travelling to Bogota to seek a meeting with President Ivan Duque.
They are angry about increasing violence affecting their communities.

Al Jazeera's Barbara Angopa reports.

Decisions on whether to prosecute members of the U.S. independently under a bill proposed by Congressional members named, "I Am Vanessa Guillen." It's named for a Texas soldier who was slain by a fellow soldier. (Sept. 16)
America's favorite Royals are finally breaking their silence about the 2020 Presidential Election. Megan Markle and Prince Harry spoke out on a video for TIME Magazine's "100 Most Influential People of 2020," which features Dr. Anthony Fauci on the cover. Markle urged people to vote, in order to have their voices heard. They didn't come right out and endorse Joe Biden, but Megan is known to dislike Trump. John McCain's widow Cindy endorsed Joe Biden despite being a lifelong Republican.
The resignation of Nora Dannehy, a federal prosecutor probing of the origins of the Trump-Russia investigation, is triggering concerns over whether Attorney General Bill Barr could be pressuring the team to release information that could give President Trump an advantage in the upcoming election.

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