The United States launches airstrikes in Syria and Iraq. While back at home, President Joe Biden faces opposition from both fellow Democrats and Republicans as the administration pushes for infrastructure legislation.
For nearly 20 years, it was the centerpiece of U.S. operations in Afghanistan. Now the remaining American convoys have rolled out of Bagram Airfield. And the June jobs report delivers encouraging news for U.S. workers.
China pledges three billion dollars to help developing countries recover from the COVID-19 pandemic at the Global Health Summit.
And U.S. President Biden welcomes Republic of Korea President Moon at the White House.
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