US Capitol attack: Congress begins probe into Jan. 6 insurrection • FRANCE 24 English

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Four police officers who faced attacks and racial slurs as they defended the #US #Capitol on #Jan6 from a riot by then-President Donald #Trump’s supporters were the first on Tuesday to testify before a US House of Representatives investigatory committee. It was the first hearing before the nine-member panel comprised of seven Democrats and two Republicans. FRANCE 24’s International Affairs Commentator Douglas Herbert tells us more.

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