Solar Eclipse in South America, Lee Iacocca Dies + 3 More Hot News of Wednesday, July 3

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Nexter.org made a list of the most important news you need to know this Wednesday morning (July 3).

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1. Trump’s Fourth of July parade partially paid for with funds  from the National Park Service

According to The Washington Post, more than $2 million collected from the National Park Service entrance and recreation fees will be reallocated to help pay for President Trump’s Independence Day celebration. That money would typically be used for improving and maintaining parks across the country.

2. Over half a million people asked to evacuate due to heavy rain in Japan

Nearly 600,000 people have been ordered to evacuate in the city of Kagoshima in southwestern Japan as weather officials warned that extremely heavy rain, which may cause landslides and flooding, will hit the island of Kyushu through Thursday.

3. Automotive industry legend Lee Iacocca dies at the age of 94

Iacocca is credited with being one of the minds behind the development of the Ford Mustang and for saving Chrysler from bankruptcy in the 80s. He died on Tuesday at the age of 94.

4. A solar eclipse is happening in South America

Thousands are gathering to watch a solar eclipse outside Chile’s La Silla Observatory. It is set to appear over Chile at around 4:38 PM ET and will end near Buenos Aires, Argentina at 4:44 PM ET.

5. 14 sailors killed in fire on deep-sea submersible, Russian defense ministry says

Russian media reports quoted the country’s Ministry of Defense as saying the navy research vessel caught fire while carrying out a survey in Russian territorial waters on Monday.


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