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Gun control activists are launching a full out effort this weekend to send a message to senators who are at home on some recess. As NPR's Amy Held reports they are holding rallies in all 50 states.

Every town for gun safety action is a driving force behind the campaign. The group which is founded by former New York city mayor Michael R. Bloomberg wants the senate to pass background checks and a red flag law allowing fire arms be confiscated from those being dangerous threats. Majority leader Mitch McConnell has indicated the senate will take up the legislation when it re-convenes in September. The democratic led House has already passed a similar bill. But it faces stiff opposition among Republicans. The rallies are being paired with a one-million-dollar ad. campaign targeting key GOP senators including McConnell as well as those in Ohio and Texas. Both sites have recent mass shootings that left more than 30 people dead. Amy Held NPR News.

US and Afghan Taliban negotiators say they continue to make progress on a deal to end the war in Afghanistan. As Jennifer Glasse reports from Karbul the Afghan government isn't directly involved in the talks but is now outlining what it wants to see in the agreement.

The Afghan president spokesman Sediq Sediqi said that any deal with the Taliban should result in a ceasefire and a halted violence and an assurance that Afghanistan will not turn into a terrorist safe haven. Also that the Taliban should agree to direct talks with the Afghan government. Some in the group has refused so far. Taliban leaders have held eight rounds of negotiations with the US officials in Doha, Qatar, led by Zammy Holiox Assadx, he briefed president Trump on Friday. Sediqi said the US and Afghan government would issue a joint statement at some point to clarify that any Taliban deal might meet a reduction in American troops. But the US and international community remain committed to the people of Afghanistan. For NPR News, I'm Jennifer Glasse in Karbul.

Representatives from 183 countries are attending a conference in Switzerland where they look at ways to take on the illegal trade in endangered plants and animals. As Lisa Schlein reports shrank fitting trade rules for fisheries, timber and exotic pets are a few of the many topics on the agenda.

The United Nations reports more than a million plant and animal species are threatened with extinction. The conference seems to protect them and other vulnerable species by threatening wild life treasuries on in the ray of animal, birds, reptiles, amphibians and plants. It will explore the growing involvement of organized crime in illegal trade in wild life.

Lisa Schlein reporting. The world wild life conference known as CITES, which takes place every three years, comes just days after the Trump administration announced plans to water down the US endangered species act. YOu are listening to NPR.  

It's another weekend of pro-democracy demonstrations in Hongkong. They were authorized. Tensions were raised later evening when some protesters stayed longer than permitted and threw eggs at guards. Ripple showed up and clashes broke out, at the same time, main land Chinese living overseas are staging counter-demonstrations in several cities including London. NPR's Frank Langfitt has more.

Hongkong has demonstrated in Traforx square, demanding the right to free and open elections. And to protect the free speech in rule of law, they refused being ruled by the CHinese communist party, acorss the plice line, a crowd hailed main legis wave Chinese pledge. One nation, one China, they chanted. Framing the Hongkong protest completely differently. They deployed violence by Hongkong demonstrators during an occupation of city's airport which protesters have apologized. They also suggested that Hongkong demonstrators really want to declare independence from China. In conversations protesters on both sides suggested those on the other had been bringing washed. Frank Langfitt NPR News, London.

Federal meteorologists say Alaska just went through its warmest month ever. The national oceanic atmospheric administration Norax, says the state's average temperature last month was 58.1 degrees. That's 5.4 degrees above the average. Climate experts say such unusual weather events are likely to become more commonplace as climate warming continues.

I'm Jeanine Herbst, NPR News in Washington.
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