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Police Use Violence Against Protesters at Bank in Zhengzhou, China; Japan’s Upper House Election | NTD Good Morning

A peaceful protest over frozen bank deposits turns violent in China. Plainclothes police violently dispersed thousands of protesters gathered at the People’s Bank of China in Zhengzhou.

Secretary of state Antony Blinken visits Japan. He expressed condolences for former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Results from Japan’s elections on Sunday. Find out what it means for the future of Japan.

Sri Lanka’s president is forced to resign after protestors ransack the presidential palace. The country is facing massive inflation and shortages.

Topics in this episode include:

1. Blinken Travels to Japan to convey condolences for Abe
2. Taiwan President Pays Respects to Japan’s Former PM
3. Japan Upper House Election Results
4. Chinese Businesses and Netizens Celebrate Death of Abe
5. Protest Outside Bank in Zhengzhou, China Turns Violent
6. Parents Council Dems Rubber Stamp: Lawsuit
7. Biden Visits the Middle East This Week
8. Sri Lankans Storm Presidential Palace
9. Gunmen Kill 15 people ‘Randomly’ in S. Africa: Police
10. Djokovic beats Kyrgios in seventh Wimbledon win
11. McEnroe Voices Support for Djokovic
12. Cash Tolls at NY Bridge Replaced With Electronic System
13. Target and Amazon Summer Sales
14. Vienna Ranks as the Most Liveable City in the World

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