completely new Zealand, Brexit, Boeing: Your Friday Briefing

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At least 49 people were killed in a terrorist attack in completely new Zealand, Britain will seek a Brexit postponement in addition to radio messages shed light on the crash of Flight 302. Here’s the latest:

Looking ahead: The announcement of the charges came two days before a presidential election. The governing party — tainted by the scandal — is usually behind inside polls.

U.S. Congress: The Senate, in a bipartisan rebuke, voted to overturn President Trump’s declaration of a national emergency at the southern border to fund his wall. The Senate vote was initially Congress has blocked a presidential emergency declaration in addition to almost certainly sets up Mr. Trump’s first veto. in addition to the House voted 420-to-0 to demand the public Discharge of the report which the special counsel, Robert Mueller, is usually assigned to submit to the attorney general.

Climate change: Students in more than 100 countries will be protesting climate change today in what could be one of the largest demonstrations yet against global environmental policies. This particular all started out that has a shy 16-year-old in Sweden.

E.U. Parliament: The president of the body, Antonio Tajani, incited outrage in addition to apologized after putting a positive slant on Benito Mussolini, Italy’s fascist former leader.

Germany: Volkswagen’s chief executive, Herbert Diess, apologized after using a phrase which echoed a Nazi-era slogan, “Arbeit macht frei,” or “Work sets you free,” emblazoned on the gates of Auschwitz. “Ebit macht frei,” he repeatedly told hundreds of managers at an internal company event. Ebit is usually an acronym for “earnings before interest in addition to taxes.”

Northern Ireland: Officials said which one former British soldier would likely be prosecuted on murder charges in connection with the massacre of unarmed civilians by British forces nearly 50 years ago in Londonderry, an event which came to be known as Bloody Sunday.