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5 Things You Should Know On July 5th: Shooting, Ukraine, Jayland Walker, Travel, Eiffel Tower

(CNN)Despite the heat wave and triple-digit temperatures in some cities, many people have holiday weekends. Spent outdoors. Extreme weather continues to increasein the central United States today, with more than 50 million people receiving heat recommendations in 18 states. Therefore, to be on the safe side, check your regional forecasts andcheck these tips.

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1. Parade shooting

National Celebration Day turned into a tragedy on MondayShooters killed at least six people in a shooting at Highland Park, Illinois during the July 4 parade, Injured dozens of people. Witnessesexplained the horror of hundreds of parades running and crouching when hundreds of parade participants realized that it was a "gunshot rain" rather than fireworks. According to police, the 22-year-old gunman, suspected to be, is believed to have fired from the roof in an attack that appeared to be "random" and "intentional." According to officials, a "powerful rifle" was recovered from the scene and the suspect was detained later that day. Of the six killed, five adults died on the scene. The age of the sixth victim is not yet clear. Highland Park is located about 25 miles north of Chicago.

2. Ukraine

Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky continues to cause widespread destruction throughout the country due to Russian artillery and missile attacks. Today, the work needed to rebuildUkrainemust be a "common mission" in the democratic world. According to the Prime Minister, Ukraine's infrastructure losses are over $ 100 billion. This states that Ukrainian troops are preparing for a new attack on the cities of theDonetsk region, which are still dominated by Kyiv after Russian troops have taken overLysychans'k. Because I warned you. Luhansk region. Meanwhile, Zelensky said that if Russia continues to block Ukraine's exports, up to 60 million tonnes of grain could stagnate in Ukraine by the fall.

3. Jayland Walker

Akron, Ohio,Edges a week after the deadly police shooting of 25-year-old Jayland Walker I'm staying at.One Sunday at a news conference held by city officials, with the release of13 police body camera videos, Walker was black, according to Akron Police Chief Stephen Millet. Escaped from an attempt to stop traffic on June 27. Walker was not armed at the time of his murder. According to officials, Walker suffered at least 60 woundsin a deadly shooting. Mayor Akron declared a state of emergency and issued a curfew from Monday night to this morning in order to "maintain peace" in the community. 

4. Air travel

Flights at US airports areregularafter a busy weekend vacation trip Seems to be back in. Tracking service FlightAware has indicated that flight 219 was canceled on Monday. This is less than 1% of the daily schedule. Bad weather contributed to the cancellation, but staff shortages throughout the aviation industry also exacerbated the problem. Airlines do not have the personnel to coordinate when bad weather causes delays, especially among pilots. To deal with staff shortages, many airlines are adjusting their summer schedules despite strong demand for travel. However, recent data show that airfares are only risingdue to high demand and limited seating.The average price paid by leisure travelers has risen by nearly 50% since a year ago.

5. Eiffel Tower

The Eiffel Tower in Paris is reportedly rusty and needs terrible repairsbut The iconic landmark was instead given € 60 million in paint work in preparation for the 2024 Olympics, according to a confidential analysis quoted by the French magazine Marianne, Reuters reports. Built by Gustave Eiffel in the late 19th century, theEiffel Toweris one of the most visited tourist destinations in the world, welcoming about 6 million visitors each year. "If Gustave Eiffel visits a place where he has a heart attack, it's easy," an unnamed manager at the tower told Marianne. According to Marianne, the company that oversees the tower is hesitant to close the tower for a long time due to the loss of tourism revenue.

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Climate protesters are gluing a 200-year-old masterpiece

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$ 10,000

This is a fine for professional tennis playerStefanos Tsitsipas violates sportsmanship after losing to Nick Kyrgios in a fierce match at Wimbledon on SaturdayIt is the amount of money that was imposed. Tsitsipas was frustrated by Kyrgios's "continuous bullying" from the other side of the net and tried to hit his opponent with the ball during a fierce encounter. Tsitsipas also hit the crowd with frustration. He later apologized for firing the ball at the stand and admitted that he tried to hit Kyrgios during the match.

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"I'm afraid I'll be here forever."

-WNBA star Brittney Griner, in ahandwritten letter to President Biden, said she was afraid of being detained indefinitely in Russia. In her letter, Greener begged Biden to remember her and other American detainees. "Do everything you can to bring us home," Grinner wrote. "I voted for the first time in 2020 and voted for you. I believe in you. I still have a relationship with my freedom and can help you recover," she said. I added. Greener, 31, has been detainedby Russian authorities since February 17.

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Parrots use face masks as hammocks

As they say, early birds get worms. But after today's productive day, it will take some time to relax like this parrot. (Click here to see)