News Roundup 6/12/18

by | Jun 12, 2018

News Roundup 6/12/18

by | Jun 12, 2018

  • New Jersey legalizes sports betting. [Link]
  • Domino’s Pizza begins a promotion to fill in potholes in some cities. [Link]
  • Attorney General Jeff Sessions issues new immigration dictate limiting asylum for people fleeing “private crimes.” [Link]
  • Burn Pit victims get a hearing in Congress. Representatives blamed the Department of Defense and Veterans Affairs for failures. [Link]
  • Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un meet. [Link] Trump says North Korea agreed to destroy a missile engine testing site. [Link] Trump says Kim Jong Un has agreed to a future meeting at the White House. [Link] Trump said the summit went better than anyone could have expected. [Link] Trump announced the US would stop all war games in South Korea. Trump said he would like to bring US troops home from South Korea one day. [Link] Moon of Alabama gives his take on the summit. [Link]
  • Gareth Porter explains how the MSM gets the Trump/Kim Summit wrong. [Link]
  • Turkey’s President Erdogan is calling for the quick trial and sentencing of the political leader of the Kurdish opposition to his rule. [Link]
  • Afghan War IG report finds corruption continues to plague the Afghan government. [Link]
  • ISIS-K kills 13 with a suicide bombing in Kabul. [Link]
  • A US airstrike in northeast Syria kills 18 civilians. [Link]
  • The Saudi led coalition attacks a Doctors Without Borders’ cholera treatment facility. [Link]
  • At least 600 people have been killed in recent fighting in Yemen. [Link]
  • A battle for Hodeida is a genocide of Yemeni. [Link]
  • The leader of eastern Libya, General Haftar, forces are close to capturing the city Derna. [Link]

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Kyle Anzalone is news editor of the Libertarian Institute, opinion editor of Antiwar.com and co-host of Conflicts of Interest with Will Porter and Connor Freeman.

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