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ACE MORANDANTE/MALACANANG PRESIDENTIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS DIVISION VIA AP / MAY 28
                                Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, talks during his speech at the presidential palace in Manila, Philippines. Duterte today signed a widely opposed anti-terror law which critics fear could be used against human rights defenders. President Rodrigo Duterte signed the Anti-Terrorism Act after weighing the concerns of different groups, his spokesman said.
Philippine president signs widely opposed anti-terror law

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte today signed a widely opposed anti-terror law which critics fear could be used against human rights defenders. President Rodrigo Duterte signed the Anti-Terrorism Act after weighing the concerns of different groups, his spokesman said. Read more

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General Mills CEO sees a world with fewer soups on the shelves

General Mills Inc., whose vast array of packaged foods spans Progresso to Cheerios to Yoplait, has cut 40 types of soup from its lineup during the coronavirus pandemic — almost half of the company’s offerings — as it rethinks products in an age of pantry-loading. Read more

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                                Vice President Mike Pence speaks at a naturalization ceremony to celebrate 16 new Americans at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building on the White House complex today.
Pence postponed Arizona trip after Secret Service agents showed signs of coronavirus

Vice President Mike Pence postponed a planned trip this week to Arizona after Secret Service agents set to travel with him tested positive for the coronavirus or showed symptoms, two administration officials said Thursday. Pence had been scheduled to visit Arizona on Tuesday, but multiple factors related to the spread of the virus foiled those plans, according to a person familiar with Pence’s travel. Read more

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Trump’s Rushmore trip draws real and figurative fireworks

President Donald Trump will begin his Independence Day weekend on Friday with a patriotic display of fireworks at Mount Rushmore before a crowd of thousands, but even in a part of the country where many remain supportive of the president, the event has drawn controversy and protests. Read more

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