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Protesters stood around it in a circle as the statue burned, chanting, “No justice, no peace!” and “No racist police!”
The Trump approach is welcomed by some who see declining value in the NATO alliance.
The crowds on the National Mall are expected to be smaller because the annual parade has been canceled.
The United States will commemorate the 70th anniversary of when the conflict started on June 25, 1950.
The infected staff are in isolation in the embassy while the remainder on the compound are being tested.
Navy Secretary Braithwaite briefed reporters on the outcome of a months-long investigation into the Roosevelt's outbreak.