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Obama condemns shootings of police officers in Baton Rouge

By Reuters
18 Jul 2016   |   5:05 am   |   0m 58s
President Barack Obama on Sunday strongly condemned the shootings in Baton Rouge that killed three police officers and wounded three others, saying there was 'no justification' for the violence.


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  • Ukaegbu, Friday C.

    I have always stood for justice, and quite sure President Obama does. The shootings must stop, whether of police against unarmed civilians or armed civilians against armed policemen. The surest way to truce is to invoke the law against every culprit the color of their skin not withstanding. The world must rise in defense of the rights of men, condemn what is unjust and applaud what is just.

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