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Pompeo vows probe into 'inappropriate' treatment of foreign reporters during protests

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US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo pledges a probe into complaints that foreign news crews covering the street protests against racism and police brutality were mistreated. "You should know and those countries should know we will handle them in a completely appropriate way. We'll do our best to investigate them," he tells reporters. SOUNDBITE

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