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BY NATHAN BYRNE
Here’s a look at your top news headlines from Newsy.
George Zimmerman’s attorney is asking a Florida judge this morning to allow his client to post bond.
“Zimmerman’s been in jail since he was charged with second-degree murder in the Trayvon Martin shooting. Today, for the first time, Trayvon Martin’s parents will be face-to-face with the man who killed their son.”
The United States is asking the United Nations Security Council for tough measures against Syria.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton addressed the Friends of Syria group in Paris Thursday.
Al Jazeera explains
“She called on the international community to do more to get the Syrian government to comply with the U.N.-backed plan.”
Reports suggest a missile-carrying vehicle seen in a Pyongyang parade resembles others of Chinese design.
This prompted an American response — suggesting China is violating U.N. Security Council resolutions by aiding North Korea’s missile program.
“I’m sure there’s been some help coming from China. I don’t know the exact extent of that. … Clearly, there’s been assistance along those lines.
More resignations are expected from the Secret Service today — following the prostitution scandal.
Three members left the agency Thursday.
HLN has more
on the past behavior of one supervisor who was forced out.
“He posted this picture on Facebook in 2009 of Sarah Palin. It’s apparently him in the background. He joked, ‘I was checking her out.’ Last night, Palin called that a ‘ridiculous comment.’”
Stay with Newsy for more multisource video news throughout the day. For Newsy, I’m Nathan Byrne, highlighting the top headlines making you smarter, faster.