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Start the week wisely: Ukraine, Sydney, Yuvarde, White Supremacist, Tesla

Andrew Torgan, CNN

This July 4th weekend is quieter than the other weekends It's becoming. Much of the United States could rainuntil Mondayand could put a damper at the fireworks display. It's a different story in the west. Due to the risk of wildfires due to severe drought,fireworks festivals have been completely canceled in many cities.

You need to know the followingStart the week wisely


• Russia claims thatcontrolled Lysychans'k, the last city in the Luhansk region of eastern Ukraine that was still under Ukrainian control. According to the Russian Defense Ministry, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu reported to President Vladimir Putin that the military had hijacked Lysychans'k and many nearby settlements.
• Thousands of residents have been ordered to evacuate Australia's largest city, southwestern Sydney. Heavy rains and strong winds can hit the east coast, causing floods in the areas beaten in March.
• Following the May massacre at Robb Elementary School, Pedro "Pete" Aledondo, police chief of the Yuvarde school district, resigned from another position in the Yuvarde city council. To the resignation he sent to the city. 
• According to the Boston Police Department, a large number of people with flags and shieldsmarched along the Freedom Trailin downtown Boston on Saturday. The group acquired by CNN shows a flag with the symbol of the white nationalist Patriot Front Group.
• The blockade of Covid in China has had the rare result of adecline in Tesla production and sales in the second quarter. Electric vehicle manufacturers reported that second-quarter finished vehicle sales fell by nearly 18% to about 255,000 units compared to the first three months of the year. Production was down 15% to 259,000.

Last week


Happy Independence Day. 246th anniversary of the adoption of the Declaration of IndependenceIn the United States, banks, schools, stock markets, bond markets, post offices, as well as all non-essential federal, state and city government agencies will be closed. .. ..
However, Coney Island is finally recorded by thousands of fansNathan's famous international hot dog eating contestDefending World Champion Joey Chestnut It is expected to see that it has broken, so it will be open for business. Devour 76 hot dogs and bread in 10 minutes a year.
And if you need a little distraction before the holiday festival begins,CNN Summer Quiz


The second hearing was with two US Olympic basketball gold medalist and WNBA star Brittney Griner taking drugs in Russia. Scheduled for detention on charges of smuggling Since being arrested at Moscow Airport on February 17, Griner playing in Russia during the WNBA's off-season has been in court near Moscow last Friday. You may be tried in and put in jail for up to 10 years.
July 7th is also World Chocolate Day. This, as legend has it, indicates that chocolate was introduced from Central America to Europe in 1550. This year's celebration is the closure of a huge Belgian chocolate factorydue to the recent temporary outbreak ofSalmonella.


Against the backdrop of a surge in inflation, thestock market has surgedand economic growth inhas slowed., the government will release a June employment report on Friday. Employment growth was a rare and bright place for the economy, which was eroded by the Covid-19 pandemic. Employeradded 390,000 jobs in Mayand 436,000 in April.

I want five more things.

In this Sunday's edition of the 5Things podcast, how CNN's Alexandra Field takes the state of Missouri to the Supreme Court's decision to overturn the Roe v. Wade case in the Midwest. Find out if it's been broken. .. Listen here 

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What's happening in entertainment

Celebrate with CNN.

CNN's 4th America"Special, including music performances and fireworks shows, live on Monday from 7pm to commemorate our country's independence Please join us. ET. AJR, Ava Max, Alessia Cara, Avril Lavigne, B-52,  Def Leppard, Doobie Brothers, Gloria Estefan, on CNN's The Fourthin America special, hosted by CNN's Dana Bash, Ana Cabrera, Don Lemon and Sara Sidner. Jason Derulo, Jimmie Allen, Journey, The Lumineers, Machine Gun Kelly, Maren Morris, Old Dominion, Pitbull, Santana, Third Eye Blind, T-Pain, Willie Nelson and more. 

Hammer time.

Actor Chris Hemsworth returns to the Marvel Cinematic Universe on Friday with "Thor: Love and Thunder". The film features Academy Award-winning Christian Bale and Russell. Another of Thor,returns to the franchise, with some of the gangsters of "Galaxy Guardian" played by Natalie Portman, as well as the malicious Gore and Crow as Zeus, the ruler of God, the version.

What's happening in sports


Grand SlamTennis Today, where the tournament continues, was round 16. On Saturday, Polish tennis player Iga Swiatek, ranked number one in the world by the Women's Tennis Association, lost to France's Alizé Cornetand finished 37 games in a row. ..

Quiz time.

Take CNN's weekly news quizto see how much you remember from that week. So far, 46%of fellow quiz fans have won more than 8 out of 10 this week. How well can you do it?

Play Me Off

'America the Beautiful'

This year marks the 50th anniversary of Ray Charles' complete inspirational representation of an American classic with roots in the 1890s. Feel free to raise this. (Click here to see)