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Live from NPR News, I'm Jack SPeer.

In Brandway, Georgia today a judge said there is enough evidence for prosecutors to move forward with murder charges against three white men in the killing of Ahmaud Arbery. He's the 25-year-old black jogger who's slayed in February. WABE's Emily Green has more.

The prechill hearing has several bombshells among the kill of revelations, defendant Travis McMichael allegedly referred to Arbery using a racial slur after shooting him three times. The prosecution chief and investigator also said Greg McMichael, Travis's father, confronted Arbery holding a gun, issued to him, years earlier by the Glynn county police department when he was an officer. It was also reviewed that Arbery had been diagnosed with a mental illness and suffered auditory hallucinations. The defence argued that Arbery was an aggressor in the confrontation that led to his death. The prosecution countered Arbery had been hunted down and executed. For NPR News, I'm Emily Green in Atlanta.

FBI director Christopher Wray says he was appalled and profoundly troubled by the video images of the events leading up to George Floyd's death at the hands of Minneapolis police, where appearing today to news conference, where he said the government is not trying to sway people from peaceful protest.

And when people feel that we haven't lived up to the trust that they place in us. It is understandablely they wanna speak out and protest. And the FBI hold secretly the rights of individuals to peacefully execise their first amendment to freedoms.

Wray's remarks coming in contrast to comments by president Trump,  one point with threatening to send active duty military into the streets to deal with protesters. Attorney general William P. Barr also appealed to news conference today, saying some violence at protest was caused by extremist groups and other seeking to incite violence.

Another retired officers called out against it and criticized using military force to tamp down protest in the week of the killing of George Floyd. Retired joint chiefs chairman Martin Dempsey says using soldiers in such situation is very dangerous. Here is NPR's Tom Bowman.

General Dempsey in a NPR interview says police and sometimes national guard forces, other right once to turn to in times of civil gun arrest, but president Trump ordered active duty military units to deploy just outside Washington, and called on latest to dominate street protests. Dempsey says that's the wrong move.

The idea that the military would be called in to dominate and to suppress what further multi part, where peaceful protest, at many way, where some had opportunists agreed to turn them violent. And that the military would, would somehow comment and calm that situation, was, was very dangerous to me.

Now some of those active duty troops are heading home. Tom Bowman NPR News.

A work mixed close on Wall Street today, the Dow was up 11 points to 26,281. The NASDAQ closed down 67 points. The S&P was down ten points today. This is NPR.

Mexican soldiers say they've seized a huge drug stash at the house in the border city of Tijuana including about 2,000 tons of methene and phenamine, eight tons of mariguana and more than 131,000 pills containing the  synthetic opioid fentanyl. The official say the hall also included 89 kilograms of cocaine. No arrests were reported. The drug some packed in the plastic containers and neatly stored in carboard boxes appeared to be destined for export to the US.

The mother of navy veteran Michael White says he is on his way home after being held in Iran for nearly two years. Peter Kenyon has more.

In a statement posted on tweeter, White's mother Joanne said she's been living in nightmare for 683 days. As her son was held in Iran. She said to the statement and Swiss diplomats, who represents American interest in Iran. Just few days ago US authorities released professor Sirous Asgari, an Iranian scientist arrested in charge with violating US sanctions on Iran. Charges he strongly denied. The exchange detainees comes at the time of ongoing tensions between Teheran and Washington. Joanne White statement also mentions other foreign national still held by Teheran saying her prayers with those families still waiting for the Iran full tensions of their loved ones to end. Peter Kenyon NPR News, Istanbul.

While a time as vehicle technology has agreed promise to significantly reduce motor vehicle accidents, it also isn't likely to prevent all accidents. That's according to new study out today from an insurance institute for highway safety. The study looked to whether self driving cars were able to prevent crashes now mostly blamed on human error.

I'm Jack Speer, NPR News.
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1.    In Brandsway, Georgia today, a judge said there is enough evidence for prosecutors to move forward with murder charges against three white men in the killing of Ahmaud Arbery. He's a 25-year-old black jogger who's slain 杀死 in February. WABE's XX has more.

The pre-trial 预审 hearing has several bombshells among the key revelations. Defendant Travis McMichael allegedly referred to Arbery using a racial slur after shooting him three times. The prosecution's chief-investigator also said Greg McMichael, Travis' father, confronted Arbery holding a gun, issued to him years earlier by the Glynn county police department when he was an officer. It was also reviewed that Arbery had been diagnosed with a mental illness and suffered auditory hallucinations. The defense argued that Arbery was an aggressor in the confrontation that led to his death. The prosecution countered Arbery had been hunted down and executed. For NPR News, I'm XX in Atlanta.


2.    FBI director Christopher Wray says he was appalled and profoundly troubled by the video images of the events leading up to George Floyd's death at the hands of Minneapolis police. While appearing today to news conference, where he said the government is not trying to dissuade 劝阻 people from peaceful protest.

And when people feel that we haven't lived up to the trust that they place in us, it is understandably that they want to speak out and protest. And the FBI holds sacred 神圣的 the rights of individuals to peacefully exercise their First Amendment freedoms.

Wray's remark is coming in contrast to comments by President Trump with one point was threatening to send active duty military into the streets to deal with protesters. Attorney-General William Barr also appeared to news conference today, saying some violence at protest was caused by extremist groups and other seeking to incite violence.


3.    Another retired officer has called out against and criticized using military force to tamp down protest in the wake of the killing of George Floyd. Retired Joint Chiefs Chairman, General Martin Dempsey says using soldiers in such a situation is very dangerous. Here is NPR's Tom Bowman.

General Dempsey in a NPR interview says police and sometimes National Guard forces, are the right one to turn into in times of civic unrest, but President Trump ordered active duty military units deployed just outside Washington, and called on leaders to dominate street protests. Dempsey says that's the wrong move.

"The idea that the military would be called in to dominate and to suppress what, for the most part, were peaceful protests - admittedly, where some had opportunistically turned them violent - and that the military would somehow come in and calm that situation was very dangerous to me."

Now some of those active duty troops are heading home.

Tom Bowman NPR News.


4.    A work mixed close on Wall Street today, the Dow was up 11 points to 26,281. The NASDAQ closed down 67 points. The S&P was down ten points today. This is NPR.



5.    Mexican soldiers say they've seized a huge drug stash at a house in the border city of Tijuana including about 2,000 tons of methene and phenamine, eight tons of marihuana and more than 131,000 pills containing the  synthetic opioid fentanyl. The official say the haul一网所获 also included 89 kilograms of cocaine. No arrests were reported. The drug some packed in the plastic containers and neatly stored in cardboard boxes appeared to be destined for export to the US.


6.    The mother of the navy veteran Michael White says he is on his way home after being held in Iran for nearly two years. Peter Kenyon has more.

In a statement posted on twitter, White's mother Joanne said she's been living in nightmare for 683 days as her son was held in Iran. She thanked the State Department and Swiss diplomats, who represent American interest in Iran. Just a few days ago US authorities released Professor Sirous Asgari, an Iranian scientist arrested in charge with violating US sanctions on Iran. Charges he strongly denied. The exchange of detainees comes at a time of ongoing tensions between Teheran and Washington. Joanne White's statement also mentions other foreign nationals still held by Teheran saying her prayers with those families still waiting for the wrongful detentions 非法拘禁孟晚舟 of their loved ones to end. Peter Kenyon NPR News, Istanbul.


7.    While autonomous vehicle technology has great promise to significantly reduce motor vehicle accidents, it also isn't likely to prevent all accidents. That's according to new study out today from an insurance institute for highway safety. The study looked to whether self-driving cars were able to prevent crashes, now mostly blamed on human error.
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