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Friday, September 6, 2019

The Political Week in Photos

Ivanka Trump And Deputy Secretary Of State Sullivan Travel To South America For W-GDP InitiativeBritish Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s six-week-old government is in disarray after suffering humiliating defeats in Parliament and the resignation of his brother in protest at his “do-or-die” strategy to drag the U.K. out of the European Union by Oct. 31.

In the former British colony of Hong Kong, the Beijing-backed leader, Carrie Lam, withdrew a bill allowing extraditions to China that sparked almost three months of often violent protests. Lam said her decision to scrap extradition legislation was only the “first step” to addressing the city’s unrest, but she resisted protesters’ calls to immediately meet the rest of their demands. These were among the topics of the week’s most compelling political images.British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s six-week-old government is in disarray after suffering humiliating defeats in Parliament and the resignation of his brother in protest at his “do-or-die” strategy to drag the U.K. out of the European Union by Oct. 31.

In the former British colony of Hong Kong, the Beijing-backed leader, Carrie Lam, withdrew a bill allowing extraditions to China that sparked almost three months of often violent protests. Lam said her decision to scrap extradition legislation was only the “first step” to addressing the city’s unrest, but she resisted protesters’ calls to immediately meet the rest of their demands. These were among the topics of the week’s most compelling political images.

Ivanka Trump, assistant to U.S. President Donald Trump, boards a government plane as she departs from Joint Base Andrews in Maryland. Ivanka Trump visited a migrant camp in Colombia on Wednesday as part of an official U.S. delegation, as Washington boosts humanitarian aid for the millions of people who have fled Venezuela’s collapsing economy. The Trump administration will increase assistance by $120 million to provide emergency food and health care to Venezuelans throughout the region.

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