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NPR News: 07-27-2020 2AM ET

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Live from NPR news. I'm Nora raum parts of Hawaii are starting to feel the effects of hurricane Douglas. Now a category 1 storm as it moves through the islands from Hawaii public radio, KC Harlow reports residents are bracing Four Strong Winds heavy rain and dangerous surf hurricane warnings are in effect for Maui County and the island of Oahu and Hawaii where residents will see the storm's impact today and tomorrow the storm pass north of the island the largest and most eastern island in the state was little to no impact forecasters expect hurricane Douglas to weaken as it moves West will the storm has had a consistent trajectory toward the state forecasters are concerned. This track may change the National Weather Service meteorologists say the storm is still dangerously close to the state, and any change will bring drastically worst weather to the islands Emergency Shelters have opened on Maui and Oahu with physical distancing measures in place for NPR news on Casey Harlow in Honolulu.

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Which are flooding streets and knocking out power. It's Hannah now a tropical depression that it coming Shores a hurricane Saturday afternoon, and it was the first hurricane of the 2020 Atlantic season in Portland, Oregon. There are no signs that violent nightly protest will quit a quiet anytime soon. NPR is Kurt Ziegler reports. Some of the protesters are turning from systemic racism to what some say is an occupation of parts of the City by President Trump's police agents are protesters allowed energetic and sometimes irreverent with thousands filling downtown into the evening. But lately what's been making the headlines for the clashes that occur in the early morning hours between those protesters Who Remain and federal agents over the weekend the assistant us attorney for Oregon Craig Gabriel acknowledge run an unprecedented moment of unrest and his office supports people's rights to protest against the legacy of racism.

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Facilities Federal authorities have filed criminal charges against dozens of protesters Gabriel says several Federal officers have been treated for injuries Kirk Siegler NPR news Portland over the weekend Services honoring the late civil rights activist and Georgia Congressman. John Lewis were held in sites across Alabama his home state Kyle gaceta Troy Public Radio reports the capital of Montgomery Mark the end of Louis's Alabama Journey on Sunday. There was a long line of alabamians waiting to say goodbye and file past Lewis's flag-draped casket in the Rotunda of the Capitol building in the evening soldiers. Follow me. Carry the casket out Louis will now lie in state in the US Capitol building in Washington and later in the week. Funeral services will be held in Georgia are the last glamorous stars from Hollywood studio age is dyed. Her publicist said Olivia de Havilland died Sunday at her home in Paris. She was 104. This is NPR news.

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The Pan American Health Organization is still waiting to hear whether it's experts will be allowed to visit Nicaragua to assess the impact of the coronavirus on that country who was president has denied a Health crisis, but who met himself have been infected Maria Martin reports the Nicaragua newspaper that but inside is reporting the presidents and then or Sega has been ill with a coronavirus infection according to his brother-in-law Ortega has really appeared in public since the start of a pandemic he made an appearance a week ago and said that unlike and capitalist countries the death toll from the virus was slow and they got out and the viruses have no impact on the country's economy or health system. But the Pan American Health Organization has been expressing concerns about a lack of testing contact racing and reliable data. They want to send experts to check then he said I want government claims 108 deaths from the virus. But according to Independent Health

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Monitors. The number could be 22 Times Higher for NPR news on Maria Martin. Germany is rejecting a proposal by President Trump to invite Russian President Vladimir Putin to rejoin the G7 The Group of Seven advanced economies. Russia had been expelled after Moscow and next Ukraine's premiered region in 2014 German foreign minister. Heiko Maas set a newspaper interview. He doesn't see any chance for allowing Russia back into the G7 as long as there's no meaningful progress in solving the conflict in Premiere. I'm Nora raum NPR news.
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