Abu Ghraib compensation - US-Mexico border - France recalls ambassador | Al Jazeera Headlines
AlJazeeraEnglish | Abu Ghraib compensation - US-Mexico border - France recalls ambassador | Al Jazeera Headlines ...
Daily News Roundup, your go-to source for staying informed with the latest headlines! In this video, we'll cover all the key news stories of the day, ensuring you're up-to-date with what's happening around the world. From breaking news to in-depth analysis, we've got you covered. Tune in daily to get your dose of current affairs, trending topics, and noteworthy events. Stay ahead of the curve and be part of meaningful conversations by subscribing to our channel, hitting the notification bell, and never missing an update. With our carefully curated news content and expert insights, you'll always be well-informed and ready to engage with the news that matters most to you. Whether it's politics, technology, entertainment, sports, or any other area of interest, our mission is to deliver unbiased, reliable, and comprehensive reporting. Trust our dedicated journalists to provide accurate news, backed by thorough research and credible sources. Join our ever-growing community of intellectually curious individuals who value being well-informed about the world we live in. Visit our channel regularly for your daily news fix and engage in the comments section to share your thoughts and opinions. Remember, knowledge is power. Stay tuned to Daily News Roundup and empower yourself with the latest updates, headlines, and stories shaping our world today.
0:00 - Abu Ghraib compensation
0:52 - US-Mexico border
1:43 - France recalls ambassador
2:02 - Screen writers reach a deal
Human Rights Watch is accusing the US of failing to provide compensation to Iraqis who were held captive and tortured in the infamous Abu Ghraib prison.
Many of the roughly one hundred thousand Iraqis who were detained say they continue to suffer from the effects of their physical and mental torture.
The border city of Eagle Pass in Texas has declared a state of emergency following a surge in migrants from Mexico.
Nearly 9,000 people crossed into the US on Saturday.
Mexico and the US have agreed that migrants will be deported to their home countries.
France says it will end its military presence in Niger by the end of the year.
French President Emmanuel Macron also announced he is recalling the French ambassador.
Junta leaders in the capital Niamey welcomed the move, calling it a step towards sovereignty.
Hollywood screen writers have reached a breakthrough, with US studios and streaming companies in a deal that could end a nearly five-month long strike.
The Writers Guild of America says the preliminary agreement now needs approval by its members.
Thousands of television and film writers stopped work in May after disagreeing on pay and working conditions.
Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe
Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/AJEnglish
Find us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera
Check our website: https://www.aljazeera.com/
Check out our Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/aljazeeraenglish/
Download AJE Mobile App: https://aje.io/AJEMobile
#newsupdate #headlines #dailynews #breakingnews #currentevents #worldnews #topstories #newsroundup #localnews #latestnews #newsdigest #newsfeed #newscoverage #newsnow #newsalert #newsheadline #newsflash #newsreport #newsanalysis #stayinformed