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BBC News 11 Oct 2019

Trump impeachment: What happened this week?

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This week we heard about a second whistleblower and a US ambassador being blocked from testifying.

BBC North America correspondent Anthony Zurcher breaks down the key points from the past seven days.


Vice President Mike Pence condemns the mass shootings in Dayton, OH and El Paso, TX while addressing the Alliance Defending Freedom. In offering condolences to the families of the victims, Vice President Pence says: "It breaks our hearts to see so many innocent lives cut short by unspeakable violence. What happened this weekend were acts of pure evil."
From quid-pro-quo to arrests, the BBC's Anthony Zurcher catches you up on the latest developments.

Produced by Chloe Kim and Bella McShane.
There were a lot of developments in the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump this week. But what are the key takeaways? BBC's North America reporter Anthony Zurcher breaks it down.


Produced by Chloe Kim and Bella McShane
The impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump continued this week. There were Republican protests and explosive testimony from a senior US diplomat.

The BBC's North America reporter Anthony Zurcher sums up the week.

Produced by Chloe Kim and Bella McShane.

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