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TODAY'S HEADLINES, 8/30/16 *** In Brazil, suspended President Dilma Rousseff took the stand Monday and denounced her impeachment trial as a coup. During her testimony, Rousseff also compared the impeachment proceedings to Brazil's dictatorship-era military tribunals that sentenced her to prison for her activism against the regime. She was tortured while imprisoned. Despite her impassioned testimony, Brazil's Senate is expected to vote to remove Rousseff as early as Wednesday *** In news from the campaign trail, Donald Trump is again facing criticism over his campaign's ties to white supremacists, after a new robocall from former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke urges Louisiana voters to vote for him for Senate and Donald Trump for president *** In Bismarck, North Dakota, hundreds of people protested Monday outside the offices of the law firm Fredrikson & Byron P.A., which is representing Dakota Access LLC—the company behind the $3.8 billion oil pipeline that has faced massive resistance from the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and other tribal nations *** More tomorrow

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