The Daily Populous

Sunday March 19th, 2023 morning edition

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Trump issued a siren call for his supporters to "protest" and "take our nation back" on Saturday.

He made the call after claiming without evidence that he will be arrested Tuesday.

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Citing "illegal leaks," Trump wrote that he "will be arrested on Tuesday of next week.".

he added, in an ominous echo of the words that preceded the deadly January 6, 2021 attack on the US Capitol.

A Trump spokesperson also said in a separate statement that the Manhattan district attorney's office has given "no notification" of an impending arrest. »

Zelenskyy: Russia and its accomplices will be punished for aggression not only against Ukraine, but also against Syria

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President Volodymyr Zelenskyy emphasises the need to hold Russia and its accomplices accountable for aggression against Ukraine and other countries, including Syria.

Everyone who produces weapons for terror against Ukraine, who helps Russia incite aggression, particularly by supplying Shaheds (Iranian-made drones – ed.

The people of Syria have not received adequate international protection, which has given the Kremlin and its accomplices a sense of impunity. »

Oklahoma City police captain asks officer to turn off camera after he's stopped for alleged drunk driving, video shows

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Body camera video depicts a captain with the Oklahoma City Police Department repeatedly asking a fellow officer to turn off his camera after he was stopped on suspicion of drunk driving.

French gets back in his SUV and again tells Skinner that he is with the city's police department.

ET) A previous headline on this article misstated the rank of the Oklahoma City law enforcement official seen in the video. »

Japan, South Korea renew ties at Tokyo summit

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TOKYO (AP) — Japan and South Korea agreed to resume regular visits between their leaders and take steps to resolve a trade dispute during a long-awaited summit Thursday.

Hours before the summit began, South Korean Trade Minister Lee Chang-yang said that Japan had agreed to lift export controls on South Korea following talks this week, and that South Korea will withdraw its complaint to the World Trade Organization once the curbs are removed.

Associated Press writers Hyung-jin Kim and Kim Tong-hyung in Seoul, South Korea, and Aamer Madhani in Washington contributed to this report. »