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News Wrap: Pro-Palestinian protestors arrested in New York

Season 2024 Episode 110 | 5m 13s

In our news wrap Thursday, police in New York arrested several pro-Palestinian protesters who set up an encampment at Columbia University, President Biden picked up endorsements from members of the Kennedy family, House Speaker Johnson scrambled to get votes for his proposed foreign aid bills and German authorities arrested two German-Russian nationals for allegedly spying on behalf of Russia.

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