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192 views • May 21, 2024

NTD News Today Full Broadcast (May 21)

After more than four weeks of testimony, jurors could begin deliberating as soon as next week to decide whether former President Donald Trump is guilty of 34 felony counts of falsifying business records. President Trump’s lawyers rested their defense early on May 21 without his taking the witness stand, moving the case closer to the moment the jury would begin to make their decision. After the defense rested, Justice Juan Merchan told jurors the court session could run late next Tuesday to accommodate the summations of both prosecution and defense—the last time the jury will hear from either side. A 73-year-old British passenger died and seven others were seriously injured when a flight from London to Singapore hit “severe turbulence” over the Bay of Bengal. The Singapore Airlines Boeing 777-300ER was forced to divert to Suvarnabhumi airport in the Thai capital of Bangkok. A spokesman at the airport said the passenger who died was believed to have suffered a heart attack. President Joe Biden and members of his administration castigated International Criminal Court prosecutor Karim Khan for requesting to charge Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Gallant with war crimes and human rights violations in connection with the ongoing Israeli military operations in the Gaza Strip. That’s as three European Union nations—France, Belgium, and Germany—voiced support for the court’s decision.
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