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Anne Sacoolas, the wife of a US spy based in the United Kingdom, killed a teenage motorist, Harry Dunn, while driving on the wrong side of the road in August.

Claiming diplomatic immunity, Sacoolas returned to the United States and has since been able to avoid legal ramifications following Dunn's death. Dunn's family subsequently traveled to the United States as well, embarking on a media campaign to alert the public and to pressure the United States and United Kingdom governments to bring Sacoolas to the UK to face a trial.

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Anne Sacoolas was driving on the wrong side of the road in the United Kingdom last August before she collided with 19-year-old Harry Dunn, who was on his motorcycle. The accident took Dunn's life and while Sacoolas initially cooperated with local police, she fled to the United States weeks later. Her lawyers claimed diplomatic immunity because her husband is an American agent working within the UK.

Now, Dunn's family—after attempts to settle the matter through diplomatic channels—said it intends to sue both Sacoolas and President Donald Trump's administration for "lawless misconduct" and "attempting to cover it up."

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LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 24: New Prime Minister Boris Johnson speaks to media outside Number 10, Downing Street on July 24, 2019 in London, England. Boris Johnson, MP for Uxbridge and South Ruislip, was elected leader of the Conservative and Unionist Party yesterday receiving 66 percent of the votes cast by the Party members. He takes the office of Prime Minister this afternoon after outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May took questions in the House of Commons for the last time. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)

People across the United Kingdom were dismayed, though unsurprised, that Conservative Party members elected former Foreign Secretary and avowed nationalist Boris Johnson to Prime Minister by a wide margin.

Johnson is a staunch supporter of Brexit and promises the United Kingdom will leave the European Union by the end of October. Many Brits find Johnson's policies indicative of a racist and xenophobic character existent long before his rise to PM.

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President Donald Trump gathered with other world leaders on Thursday to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day, in which allied troops invaded Normandy to move against Nazi control of France.

With hundreds of thousands of troops across an array of allegiances dying that day, the world leaders signed a solemn proclamation to mark it. The proclamation notes the horrors each country faced in the wake of World War II, and the leaders acknowledged their responsibility in making sure conflict of that degree never happens again.

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As President Donald Trump ends his three day state visit to the United Kingdom, former President Barack Obama's White House photographer—Pete Souza—couldn't resist trolling Obama's successor.

Souza posted a series of photos he took of Obama with Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, pointing out the contrast in chemistry between her interactions with Obama and her interactions with Trump.

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President Donald Trump raised eyebrows earlier this week when he called the American-born Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, "nasty." Trump was responding to comments Markle made on a Comedy Central show, calling his behavior divisive.

When told of the comments by an interviewer with The Sun, Trump said:

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It's two days into President Donald Trump's state visit to the United Kingdom and the English people have made it perfectly clear just how welcome the president is.

Just days after Trump's UK popularity ratings and John McCain's name were projected onto landmarks in London, thousands of protestors took to Trafalgar Square with signs, costumes, and chants decrying Donald Trump. However, one display is stealing the show.

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