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Al Jazeera 17 Oct 2020

US charges former Mexican minister with drug trafficking


Mexico's president has promised to clean up the armed forces after the arrest in the United States of the country's former defence minister on drug charges.
Salvador Cienfuegos led the army for six years under then-President Enrique Pena Nieto.
It is a blow for Mexico's army, a key player in the fight against the country's drug cartels.
Al Jazeera's John Holman reports.

FBI Director Christopher Wray and Deputy Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen announced that Operation DisrupTOR led to nearly 120 arrests in connection with online drug sales and trafficking on the darknet.
Top-seeded Novak Djokovic defaulted from his fourth-round match at the US Open against Pablo Carreno Busta after a tennis ball he hit in anger struck a line judge in the neck on Sunday.

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The World Trade Organization has ruled that the Trump administration's trade war is illegal. It says American duties imposed on more than 200-billion dollars in Chinese goods broke trading rules, as they applied only to China and were above maximum rates, agreed to by the US.
Washington says they were justified, as Beijing was stealing intellectual property and forcing American companies to transfer technology for access to its markets. US trade respresentative, Robert Lighthizer, says the WTO is completely inadequate to stop China's harmful practices. This is just the start of a legal process that could take years.
Once dubbed 'Canada's Kennedy' as an MP in the early 1960s, the country's 17th prime minister, John Turner, has died at 91.


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