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Bibi1581 Blog For 08/06/2018: Morning Edition 

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1…………> Bolognia Explosion: Collision


A massive explosion caused by a collision between a truck carrying cars and a tanker that was transporting flammable substances, which exploded upon impact left one person dead, at least 60 people injured with severe burns and a bridge partially collapsed on a highway near the northern city of Bologna.

Italian firefighters sent multiple rescue and emergency squads, including one from their urban search and rescue team, and closed off the road where the crash took place as well as the surrounding area in Borgo Panigale, on the outskirts of Bologna.




2…………> Starving US Children: New Mexico


New Mexico police have rescued 11 malnourished children, aged one to 15, who had no shoes, wearing rags and “looked like Third World refugees,” and were being kept in appaling conditions in a remote desert compound.

Authorities searched the site after receiving a message from a third party that read: “We are starving and need food and water,” but It is not clear how the group ended up at the compound in Amalia, near the state’s border with Colorado.

Five adults, including two heavily armed men, were also found in the compound described as a small underground cavity covered by plastic, with no running water or electricity, and the children were hungry, thirsty and filthy.


3…………> Chicago Drug War: Heavy Casualties


Chicago “Obama’s” drug war is now President Trump’s war, as police asked for more help to combat gun violence after at least ten people were killed and 60 injured in what authorities say describe as gang-related shootings.

“I’m tired of it, everyone in this city is tired of it,” police superintendent Eddie Johnson told reporters.

“We continue to send a message that it’s ok to commit these crimes by not doing anything as a community.”





4…………> Weiwei Studio Demolished: Mr.Xi 21th Century Communism


One of China’s best-known artists and government critics, Ai Weiwei, says workers have demolished his studio in Beijing. He said the demolition occurred without notice. He posted videos on Instagram showing working crews razing the Beijing studio that had been his primary workspace since 2006.






5…………> Back Home From Korea: American Heroes


Sixty-five years ago last week, an armistice brought the Korean War to its close. Nearly 2 million American soldiers had taken up the fight, committing to defend South Korea and stop Communism’s advance through the free world. Many of our soldiers returned home—some to their families and some to eternal rest. But more than 8,000 American troops were merely listed as “missing” and did not come back at all ever since our Nation has worked tirelessly to bring these soldiers home and keep our promise to leave no man behind. Until recently, recovery efforts had been suspended for more than a decade because of North Korea’s escalating nuclear threats. This week marked a new season of hope for the surviving families of these fallen soldiers.


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