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Super Tuesday contests follows at three days later former vice president Joe Biden looking for a key endorsement to date to possibly keep his campaign alive as he looks to make it to super Tuesday in other news this morning authorities say at least twenty people have been killed in three days of clashes in New Delhi it was sparked by a president trump's first state visit to India the death toll is expected to rise as hospitals attended dozens of injured the clashes between Hindu mobs and Muslims protesting a contentious new citizenship law that fast tracks naturalization for foreign born religious minorities of all major faiths accept Islam escalated the death toll standing in at least twenty Wednesday at least one hundred eighty nine people have been injured in those clashes that began Monday with secretary of state Mike Pompeii says the U. S. will sign a deal with the Taliban to withdraw troops from Afghanistan if the current reduction in violence is successfully spoke to reporters Tuesday said the agreement will be signed if that seven day reduction in violence packed that started Friday holds compare was pressed on that deal and whether it upholds promises made to the Afghan people by previous administrations and this is with the secretary of state Mike Pompeii had to say let's pull up the audio once again here the