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Windows of police cruisers were smashed, stores were looted and a CVS store was set ablaze, throwing white America into a panicked frenzy that seemed to prioritize broken windows over broken spines, as one activist put it.
Within hours of the riots, Baltimore city officials declared a state of emergency and instituted a 10pm curfew.
According to German government sources, the president handed Germany Chancellor Angela Merkel a "bill" for 300 billion euros, of London reported. is not obligated to spend as much as it does—it should be unsurprising that the more it spends the less other members spend. Yet President Trump's opening negotiating position—asking for a massive increase in U. defense spending—only exacerbates the spending imbalances. Defense Secretary James Mattis delivered a message to fellow NATO defense chiefs in Brussels in February—diplomatically telling his colleagues they needed to increase their commitments to NATO and defense spending if they did not want to see the U.
Eight months ago, paramilitary forces barreled down the streets of Ferguson, Missouri, following the gruesome police killing of unarmed Black teenager Michael Brown.
Last week, martial law was imposed on the people of Baltimore, Maryland, in yet another crackdown aimed at crushing the Black Lives Matter uprising, galvanized this time by the police murder of Freddie Gray, a 25-year-old Black man whose spinal cord was severed while in police custody.
“The dramatic reaction of the West about Iskander [missiles] now is that it is just a wake-up call, it is just a very clear message.
It is that ice-cold bucket of water that says, ‘Wake up, you are not living in a safe world,” said Igor Sutyagin, a Russian military analyst at London’s Royal United Services Institute.