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August 2014
Political Intelligence Briefing;8/20/2014, p24
This section offers news briefs on global conflict and developments. Missouri experienced unrest and accusations of police brutality that was triggered by the killing of an unarmed African-American teenager by a police officer in August 2014. An Afghan army soldier killed U.S. Army General Harold Greene on August 5, 2014. North Korea fired three short range rockets from the port city of Wonsan in August 2014 just before the visit of Pope Francis to South Korea.


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