FG approves partial reopening of schools, lifts interstate lockdown, COVID-19 cases surpass 10 million and more
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Trump holds Tulsa rally amid protests, coronavirus concerns
President Donald Trump has held his first major rally in months in a bid to boost his reelection chances. The crowd was smaller than expected, but health officials warned the event could spark a surge in COVID-19 cases.
Trump supporters must agree to Covid-19 disclaimer to attend his rallies next week
Donald Trump will begin campaign rallies next week, despite cases of coronavirus in the US surpassing 2 million. We look at the impact of his contradictory positions on race, policing and Confederate statues. Also, a transphobia row involving Harry Potter creator J.K. Rowling continues to dominate the opinion pages. Finally, an Indian man changes his will to bequeath most of his land to... two elephants!
Trump says US cutting troops in Germany over NATO spending
US President Donald Trump has announced a reduction in American troops stationed in Germany. He faulted Berlin for failing to meet its NATO spending obligations and accused it of treating the US "unfairly" on trade.
Voice of America top directors resign amid Trump clash
The top two directors at Voice of America have resigned as President Donald Trump's appointee takes charge of the organization overseeing VOA, sparking fears about the independence of the government-funded media outlet.
Russia sentences US ex-marine to 16 years in spy trial
A Russian court sentences former US marine Paul Whelan to 16 years in a penal colony for espionage in a case that strained ties with Washington and fuelled speculation of a prisoner swap. Moscow City Court found Whelan guilty of receiving classified information as he stood in the dock with a sign that read "Sham trial!" and pleaded for US President Donald Trump to intervene in the case.
Joe Biden officially clinches US Democratic nomination
Joe Biden says he has enough Democratic party-backing from delegates to challenge President Donald Trump in November's US election. Biden crossed the threshold in tallying awaited since 8 primaries held Tuesday.
George Floyd latest: Trump tells governors to 'call in National Guard'
Donald Trump addressed American protests and episodes of violence across the country. More demonstrations are expected around the world relating to the killing of George Floyd. Follow DW for the latest.
US heads into a new week shaken by police brutality protests
US cities are bracing for further unrest after being rocked by six days of anti-police brutality protests. President Donald Trump has been criticized for failing to call for unity, instead calling state leaders "weak."
Trump says death of George Floyd a 'very sad event'
US President Donald Trump says the death of George Floyd, a black man who died while an officer kneeled on his neck, is "a very, very sad event". Trump made the comments while touring the Kennedy Space Center before SpaceX's planned launch to the International Space Station, which was eventually scrubbed due to fears of a lightning strike.
'America is suffocating': Country at tipping point as protests spread
Papers see the United States at a breaking point as the twin crises of police violence and the coronavirus outbreak "put America's deep racial inequalities in stark relief". For many cartoonists, US President Donald Trump is the one fanning the flames of the chaos. Israeli papers draw a parallel between the killing of George Floyd and the killing of an unarmed and autistic Palestinian man by Israeli border police. Finally, in more positive news, SpaceX astronauts brought a sparkly dinosaur on their mission to the ISS.