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June 28, 2023: Putin and Wagner leader, extreme weather, Supreme Court decision, Trump, Ukraine

June 28, 2023: Putin and Wagner leader, extreme weather, Supreme Court decision, Trump, Ukraine 7



Five stories to know today: Putin and Wagner chief Yevgeny Prigozhin,
U.S. heatwave and air quality, U.S. Supreme Court decision on federal election, Trump sues E. Jean Carroll, Russian strike on Kramatorsk

1. Russian President Vladimir Putin wanted to ‘wipe out’ Yevgeny Prigozhin during Wagner’s mutiny attempt says Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko.

2. A prolonged heat wave grips the U.S. South as temperatures peak above 100 degrees. Air quality alerts are in effect in several Midwestern cities as a cloud of hazy smoke from wildfires in Canada hovers above the region.

3. The U.S. Supreme Court rejects a bid to give state legislatures unchecked power over federal elections.

4. Donald Trump sues E. Jean Carroll for defamation, alleging she falsely accused him of rape after a jury in a civil trial found that he sexually abused her.

5. The death toll rose to 10 from a Russian missile strike on a restaurant in Ukraine’s city of Kramatorsk .

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