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5 things to know for August 30: Flood, Trump, Ukraine, Oregon shooting, Fukushima.

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1. Flooding

Governor of Mississippi said it would announce the state of emergency for Jackson, the largest city in the state after him main water treatment plant failed Monday, leaving residents without enough water to flush toilets or fight fires. Now government agencies are trying begin supplying water to 180,000 residents, according to Gov. Tate Reeves. “Please stay safe. Don’t drink the water,” Reeves said, explaining that the pipes are pumping untreated water from the reservoir. The state is expected call in the National Guard to help distribute potable and non-potable water to teams work get a sewage treatment plant back online. On Monday evening, the people of Jackson were hit with record- the lingering rain that brought in The Pearl River has reached a dangerous height.

2. Trump

United States government today is the deadline for reply in writing to former Request by President Donald Trump for a special FBI Supervisor review of evidence seized at his residence in Mar-a-Lago. BUT special master thirdparty an attorney appointed by a court to oversee a part of certain case. A federal judge said he had “tentative intention” to grant the request, which could lead to new difficulties with the investigation, which the Department of Justice closely watched the Trump documents in the White House. took in Mar-a-Lago. If appointed in The Trump case special the master will oversee the Ministry of Justice review of evidence collected from him private club and filter out privileged material which may have been captured in Search.

3. Ukraine

The United States assessed that Russia is now in possession of combat-ready Iranian drones that he is likely to deploy on in battlefield in Ukraine, Biden administration officials told CNN. Drones are capable of carry precision-guided munitions and can be used for observation. US believes Russia intends to import hundreds of them use for air ground attacks, electronic warfare and targeting on the territory of Ukraine. news of drone transfers as the Biden administration expressed cautious optimism about the possibility of resumption of the nuclear deal with Iran. Meanwhile, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has vowed to speed things up. up countries defense “catching up” Russian troops to the border: “If they want to survive it’s time for Russian military to run away. Go home,” he added.

4. Shooting in Oregon

Investigators are working to establish motives of twenty-year-old shooter who killed two people at the Oregon grocery store store on Sunday evening. Police responded to Safeway in Bend, Oregon, minutes after receiving 911 calls about active Shooting, authorities said. The shooter entered the mall with an AR-15 rifle and a shotgun and started firing in parking lot in front of the grocery store store. When the police broke into the store, they could hear the shots, but then they found the gunman. dead at the scene from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Police said they knew the shooter could posted information online regarding shooting, and plans for future executions. Investigation remains continuous.

5. Fukushima

More than 11 years after the largest nuclear disaster in Japan, the city in which disabled Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant power Today, the plant finally canceled the evacuation order, which allowed former residents return home. City of Futaba, formerly considered off- limits, it last of 11 counties canceled evacuation orders. On March 11, 2011, an earthquake of magnitude 9.0 struck. off The east coast of Japan triggered a tsunami that caused nuclear explosion on power factory and major output of radioactive material. It was the world’s biggest nuclear disaster since Chernobyl in 1986 and turned once bustling communities into ghost towns. Over 300,000 people those living near the nuclear power plant were forced to temporarily evacuate; thousands more did it voluntarily. Even though the city has reopened, remains dont clear how a lot of people will return and how It will take a long time for the city to recover.

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TODAY’S ISSUE

9000

It is approximately how many migrants from Texas took the bus to New York and Washington, D.C. in recent months as part of of Gov. Greg Abbott’s Efforts to Highlight His Criticism of Immigration policy of the Biden administration. Abbott began to send willing migrants on buses to DC earlier yearstating mission is to provide “much-needed relief to our overburdened frontier communities”.

TODAY’S QUOTE

“Although we hoped to see the launch of Artemis I made an attempt today valuable data as we test majority powerful rocket in history. Our Commitment to the Artemis Program remains firmly, and we will return to the moon.”

— Vice President Kamala Harrisemphasizing US commitment to NASA’s Artemis program. program after mission was postponed Monday morning. Historic launch that will deliver first biological experiment space was washed after team couldn’t work through issue with one of four rocket engines. next the ability to send the Space Launch System rocket and the Orion spacecraft on their trip is friday but will there be another try made this day depends on how testing is underway.

TODAY’S WEATHER

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AND FINALLY

drag racing against cops

Look at this high school line up on drag strip and go one-on-one with police car. (Click here for view)

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Tyler Hromadka
Tyler Hromadka
Tyler is working as the Author at World Weekly News. He has a love for writing and have been writing for a few years now as a free-lancer.

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