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Police say the alleged gun man at the Walmart in El Peso, Texas last weekend was targeting Mexicans. At least eight Mexicans are among the 22 dead. In the arrest warrant released today, poilce say the 21-year-old suspect, Patrick Crusius surrended to Texas rangers and confested he was the shooter living as marauder rights and agreeing to be questioned.

Newly disclosed documents paint graphic picture of the sex trafficking charges against Jeffrey Epstein. As NPR's Neda Ulaby reports nearly 2,000 pages of previously sealed documents were made public today in the New York court.

The documents were originally sealed back in 2015 when Virginian Roberts Giuffre settled a federal defamation sued against the woman commonly described as Epstein's procuring of underage girls and women. Giuffre was one of the hundreds of girls traffic for sex by Epstein and his powerful friends. The newly unsealed cachet of documents includes a sworn deposition in which Giuffre says she was made to have sex with the number of famous influential men including the former governor of New Mexico, Bill Richardson. A spokesperson for the governor told NPR in a statement the charges are completely false. The documents were unsealed after the Miami herald which booked the story partitioned the court for access. Neda Ulaby NPR News, New York.

President Trump defended billionaire supporter Stephen Ross today after several customers of SoulCycle and Equinox to Venus trains he owns cancelled their memberships because of his support for Trump. The president today said he thinks the controversy will actually help Ross.

The controversy makes Stephen Ross hotter. There was a ticket that out about a week.

Both companies are thought to distance themselves from Ross describing him as a passive investor and say they have nothing to do with the fund raisers. Meanwhile a group of protesters greeted president Trump in the Hamptons today. He was there for two compaign fund raisers one hosted by Ross. From member station WSHU, Jey Shaox has more.

Police estimated about 150 protesters in south Hamptons held signs and chanted to criticize Trump for alleged racism and instigating violence against marginalized people. Maria Matricx has been a long island resident for 23 years. She says people don't realise how much immigrants build the region.

Many people here are too comfortable, I feel, and they come from New York city to come and be in peace. However this particular community is filled by workers or immigrants. Many of them undocumented.

Two Trump supporters also chanted on the edges of the protest. They said it was their duty to support the sitting president. For NPR News, I'm Jay Shawx on Long Island.

Wall Street lower by the closing bell, the dow down 90 points to 26,287. That's down about 0.30%. The NASDAQ down 1%. That's lose of 80 points at 7,959. And the S&P500 down 19 points at 2,918. This is NPR.

70 people have been arrested in a Pan-European operation against child traffickers. Teri Schultz reports authorities searched tens of thousands of people locations and cars across more than a dozen European countries.

The week long operations led by the United Kingdom targeted at the trafficking of children for sexual and labor exploitation and forced begging. During the investigation law enforcement authorities in 16 European counttries searched private and commercial properties, hotels, transportation hubs and border crossings, questioning almost 130,000 individuals. The European police network Europe reports more than 200 potential victims were identified in the raids, of which a quarter were confirmed to be miners. Of the 70 arrested about half were child trafficking and the others for facilitating the movement in the victims or exploiting them. Child protection officers, social workers, NGOs and city officials cooperated with the law enforcement of trafficking experts to break up the networks. For NPR News, I'm Teri Schultz.

In India-administered Kashmir a strict curfew in effect was eased to allow residents to pray at mosques. Mostly muslim region has been under an unprecedented security lockdown for five days to prevent an unrest after India announced it was revoking Kashmir's special constitutional status curtailing its autonomy. Some protests broke out in the disputed region as tensions remained high with neighboring Pakistan.

Crude oil prices higher by the close up more than 3.5%. That's a gain of $1.96 and ending the day at $54.50 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.
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