CNN10 - 5/8/19

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It. Gore was today's edition of FINA and ten begins in the strata poor moon, a narrow passage of water between the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of this Middle Eastern straight, which is twenty one miles wide is important to the global economy about thirty percent of the world's crude oil passes through in now, a United States carrier strike group has been deployed to the straight. It includes an aircraft carrier, the USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN as well as destroyers, a guided missile cruiser and group bomber aircraft. Why are they all headed to the Middle East? It's to send a message to the nation of Iran it forms, the northern border of the strait of Hormuz and American officials say they have specific and credible intelligence that the Iranian military and groups that operate beneath it are planning to target US forces in Syria. Iraq ended seat tensions between Iran and the US are soaring last month America declared that part of Ron's military is a foreign terrorist organization and Iran responded by decl. Clearing. The US is a state sponsor of terrorism because Marica accuses Iran participating in terrorist attacks around the world. It's trying to pressure Iran to change its behavior and one way it's doing that is by blocking Iran's revenues from oil sales, which are the main source of the country's for an income, Iran. His said it would continue finding buyers for its oil and using the strata poor moves to ship it it also directly warned America not to block or interfere with the straight. But while American officials say the US isn't seeking war with Iran in his prepared to respond with quote unrelenting force to any running attacks on American interests or Allah next today. New conversation is taking place around events that occurred three quarters of a century ago. While the diary of Anne Frank has served as an enduring inherently account of the holocaust, the diary of Avon Hyman is barely noon at all it to involves teenage girls true experiences of Nazi persecution and liking. Frank Eva also died in a concentration camp, they were both among the six million Jews who perished in the genocide. But there's a new interpretation of EVA's experiences aimed at a twenty first century audience on the twenty first century social media platform, and while not everyone agrees with how it's being presented. It is reaching hundreds of thousands. More than seventy years after the holocaust. There are dwindling few survivors to pass on their memories their stories commemorated in documentaries and museums. Amidst a the're their lessons are fading. Hi, my name is Eva, that's me. A Hyman is the new face of those lessons. The thirteen year old Hungarian Jew. Kept a diary in the last months before she was deported Auschwitz in may nineteen forty four where she would die. Surrounded by war. But I'm always seeing restore was all but forgotten until Instagram brought it back to life. We are looking for a way dill's this memory, and manages mayor Maury in a way, he's going to be relevant fully younger generation today. Avis diary was reimagined on social media on March thirty first nineteen forty four. She wrote today an order was issued that from now on Jews have to wear a yellow star shaped patch. The order tells exactly how big the star. Patch must be. And that it must be sewn on every outer garment jacket or coat when grandma heard this. She started acting up again, and we called the doctor. The idea to bring the diary to life on Instagram was the brainchild Monty and my caveat. Who wanted the holocaust reach a younger generation the diarrhea journal is very short. It starts February twelve when it's birthday on March. The Germans invade into Hungary in may thirtieth. She's already the train to oust tweets. So let's say journal a journal of hundred eight days, that's all I don't think it was. He's of a story was released on the eve of holocaust Memorial Day in Israel by that time, it had hundreds of thousands of followers. Not everyone has been thrilled with the Instagram story advertised on billboards like this here behind me all around Tel-Aviv critics of dumbs down the holocaust and his PR campaign in bad taste, others said it's very short distance from social media campaign like this to selfie said. Outwit s-. That was never the intent behind Abraham and story, of course, social media, especially Instagram is shallow. If you're looking for content. That is shallow. And if you're looking for content that is powerful and has magnitude and can cause for Volusia, even you will very easily find it their final diary entry written three days before she was deported from Hungary. She wrote dear diary, I don't want to die. I wanna live even if it means that will be the only person here allowed to stay. I would wait for the end of the war in some cellar. Just as long as they didn't kill me only that they should let me live. This was a way of humanizing the holocaust for a modern audience making it more relevant to millennials. It's the same. Message of never again. It's creators insist just reimagined for a new generation to learn or Lieberman C N N Jerusalem. Ten second trivia got do you Liz operation ice bridge and calypso all have in common? Are they all James Joyce Borys? Nasa missions, Nintendo games for nineteen sixty up songs. These are all the names of NASA missions that were launched starting in the nineties. Of course, the most famous NASA mission is probably Apollo eleven. When American astronauts, I flew to and then set foot on the moon that happened on July. Twentieth. Nineteen sixty-nine making this year the fiftieth anniversary of the historic accomplishment with sometimes gets overlooked, though are NAFTA's other moon missions. There were several of them before the program wrapped up in nineteen seventy two and they provided history in humor all their own. Six hundred million. People watched Neil on strong take these famous fuss steps on the moon or all Burland. But after the Apollo eleven astronauts returned to UK. Public interest in later Apollo missions become to face, but the people who continue to tune in which we to some pretty special moments. Astronauts took advantage of that unique surroundings to have a bit of fun during the Apollo seventeen mission Eugene Cernan and Harrison Schmitt sang that own rendition of the fountain in the park. On the moon one day. Man. Cimber out bay may. Classic jumping Fago. It may have been attempted at the loss wedding. You attended. I want well during the Apollo sixteen mission astronauts, Charlie jig captured Joan young in midair while saluting to the flag. Around. We go. It's since go down as one of the most famous Apollo feta's ever taken. When they went taking epic pitches. Do you can young to drive around in a new Rover electric buggies? We used on the loss. Apollo missions fifteen sixteen seventeen I'm provided astronauts Fosse way to cover large distances helping them make MO scientific discoveries than they could on foot. All just to do at beta joy writing up. The rod was real sporty it bounced a lot sometimes both front wheels Rolfo surface. The back end is like driving on ice and breaking loose Caisley. But it was a lot of fun back in the sixteenth century Galileo taught his students that objects full at the same rate, regardless of best size will mass that is if not restricted by any resistance from the F. I have in my right hand the hammer. Well, since the moon has no to breathe Apollo fifteen. Command David Scott decided to test the experiment by dropping feather and Hama from the same height lo and behold, they did. In fact, the ground at the same time just for a little fun Alan shepherd brought the head of a six on a couple of go foles abode Apollo fourteen. The head was mortified so you could attach to an instrument that collected works on poles. Pinal shot here. I should've gone probably on the earth, maybe thirty thirty five yards. But that little rascal went over two hundred yards one in shot like that. And it was in the air time of flight almost thirty five seconds. These light moments punctuated the main mission of scientific exploration, but hops, the most enduring images of the ones when astronauts actually looked back at us. This one taken on poly seventeen the lost time ma'am was on the moon. It's known simply as the blue marble. It's hard to get a pall over that truly earth tastic image. It makes you Mooney. I'd like someone hung the moon, and then made a world of difference by taking a picture from it. You can see why stars on so Mooney posters. Sometimes a little space. All you need to see how beautiful the world can be of for CNN.

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