As the U.S. reels from a violent week, President Obama pressed that America is “not as divided” as some suggest. Speaking at a news conference in Warsaw, he acknowledged that this has been a “tough week,” and the “demented” attacker in Dallas does not represent black Americans.
A makeshift memorial for the five fallen law enforcement officers in Dallas continued to grow in front of the city’s police department. The city’s mayor visited the memorial, saying he has received texts from all over the world.
Tens of thousands of people attended the state funeral for Pakistan’s legendary philanthropist Abdul Sattar Edhi in Karachi. Edhi was commonly known as the “Angel of Mercy” and Pakistan’s “Mother Teressa” for his internationally acclaimed social work.
Thousands of people in Hull, England stripped naked and painted themselves blue on Saturday in the name of art. American artist Spencer Tunick was behind the spectacle. He’s famous for his installations featuring crowds of nude people.
Noreen Nasir, Associated Press with AP News Minute.