For the first time, Minnesota River Valley Drug Task Force officers discover “rainbow” fentanyl.

The “rainbow” fentanyl pills discovered in Mankato last week were the first ever detected and impounded in Minnesota, according to the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension. Agents from the Minnesota River Valley Drug Task Force recovered three M30 tablets on September 16. Agents tested the tablets in the field and discovered that they contained fentanyl.… Continue reading For the first time, Minnesota River Valley Drug Task Force officers discover “rainbow” fentanyl.

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Puerto Rico is overwhelmed by Hurricane Fiona’s flooding and mudslides.

On Monday, Hurricane Fiona tore across Puerto Rico with pounding rain and gusts that caused mudslides, “catastrophic” floods, and an island-wide power loss. Residents in San Juan were advised to leave for higher ground “immediately” by the local National Weather Service. According to Richard Pasch, a specialist at the National Hurricane Center, “heavy rainfall and… Continue reading Puerto Rico is overwhelmed by Hurricane Fiona’s flooding and mudslides.

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After Ukrainian gains, occupied territories announce votes to join Russia.

Officials in occupied parts of southern and eastern Ukraine who are supported by the Kremlin declared on Tuesday that votes on formally joining Russia would take place this week. Moscow applauded the announcement, but Kyiv dismissed it as a last-ditch effort to stop the advance of a successful counteroffensive by Ukrainian forces. In the meantime,… Continue reading After Ukrainian gains, occupied territories announce votes to join Russia.

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Pilot threatens to crash into Mississippi Walmart store with small plane has crashed into Lake.

According to a statement from the Tupelo Police Department on Saturday, the pilot of a small plane is threatening to deliberately crash the aircraft into a Walmart in Tupelo, Mississippi. Around 5 a.m. local time, the pilot of an aircraft, possibly a King Air, was spotted flying over Tupelo, according to the police. The pilot… Continue reading Pilot threatens to crash into Mississippi Walmart store with small plane has crashed into Lake.

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Help on the way, while Capital of Mississippi goes without water for a fourth day.

In order to provide bottled water to residents who have been without safe tap water since the city’s long-struggling treatment plant failed four days ago, seven new distribution stations opened in the state capital of Mississippi on Thursday. Jackson residents were still waiting in line for bottled water at distribution points and grocery stores, but… Continue reading Help on the way, while Capital of Mississippi goes without water for a fourth day.

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Ship chief engineer was given a prison sentence for dumping oily waste in American waters.

A foreign flagged ship’s chief engineer, Kirill Kompaniets, received a prison sentence for will-fully dumping 10,000 gallons of bilge water polluted with oil overboard in American seas off the coast of New Orleans last year. A crew member first alerted the Coast Guard about the illegal activity on social media. Kompaniets was given a sentence… Continue reading Ship chief engineer was given a prison sentence for dumping oily waste in American waters.

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Ethiopian air force strikes a kindergarten with an attack. 

Ethiopia’s air force carried out an attack in which a kindergarten was hit in the country’s troubled Tigray region, this resulted in death and injuries. The adjacent homes were also affected by the airstrikes as per the local media reports. Report didn’t mention how many people died in the air strike, but so far it… Continue reading Ethiopian air force strikes a kindergarten with an attack. 

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33 million people affected by Flood. Pakistan faces one of the worst disaster of a decade.

In Pakistan, fatal flooding has harmed at least 33 million people, according to the nation’s climate change minister on Thursday. The adjacent province of Balochistan, which is largely cut off from electricity, gas, and the internet, has called for 100,000 tents while the southern state of Sindh, which has been severely affected by the flooding,… Continue reading 33 million people affected by Flood. Pakistan faces one of the worst disaster of a decade.

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