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Tuesday, July 21, 2015
Grievances persist despite start of new era in US-Cuba ties
The Cuban national flag fluttered in the Washington sun Monday as the U.S. and Cuba formally ended more than a half-century of estrangement, formally re-establishing relations severed at the height of the Cold War. But the symbolism of an embassy ceremony could not conceal deep, lingering conflicts between the nations.
Hundreds call for action against police after horse trainer death
Hundreds of people gathered Sunday night at a baseball park in a small Mississippi town to remember a black man who died after a physical encounter with a white police officer and to call for action.
"I thought I would die before it would happen," said Rena Perez, 80, on the eve of the official resumption of diplomatic ties between the United States and Cuba.
Japan's Mitsubishi makes apologies to US prisoners of war
Japan's Mitsubishi Materials made a landmark apology Sunday to U.S. prisoners of war forced to work in its mines during World War II, seven decades after the conflict.
Senegal tries ex-Chad dictator in test for justice
Chadian dictator Hissene Habre went on trial Monday in Senegal, a quarter of a century after his bloodsoaked reign came to an end, in a trial seen as a test case for African justice.
French farmers protest over food prices
Hundreds of angry French farmers blocked access to the northern town of Caen on Monday, demanding a hike in milk and meat prices.
Monday, July 20, 2015
US, Cuba restore ties, open embassies after 54 years
Cuba and the United States formally renewed diplomatic ties Monday, as embassies reopened in their respective capitals, a powerful move toward burying decades of enmity between the Cold War foes.
US, Cuba restore ties, open embassies after 54 years
Cuba and the United States formally renewed diplomatic ties Monday, as embassies reopened in their respective capitals, a powerful move toward burying decades of enmity between the Cold War foes.
Trump bashes McCain war record, widely rebuked
U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump blustered his way into more trouble as he criticized U.S. Sen. John McCain's war record at a conservative forum, overshadowing fellow presidential candidates promoting their credentials to evangelical Christians.
US investigators probe shooter's alleged 'war' text message
American investigators on Sunday were probing the communications of a shooter who killed five U.S. troops in Chattanooga to determine his possible motive, following reports he allegedly sent a text message declaring "war" hours before the rampage.
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