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"Live from npr news. I'm barbara klein. The taliban have moved into kabul and are now patrolling the streets most. Us embassy personnel have been transferred to the coppell airport including the us ambassador but the embassy's website says the airports taking fire and the security situation. There is deteriorating. Npr's jackie northam reports. Afghan president ashraf ghani has left the country. President ashraf ghani held emergency talks with senior u s and nato officials shortly after the taliban amassed on the outskirts of kabul his options at that point we're limited. The taliban wanted gun his resignation. He complied and left the country. They're mixed messages about who will take his place. Afghan officials say there will be a transitional government. The taliban says militants expect to complete handover of power jackie northam npr news washington former afghan president hamad karzai has issued a series of tweets. Saying he the head of the government's negotiating team abdullah abdullah and a party leader and former warlord are forming a coordinating council to prevent what they say. Chaos and better manage the affairs related to peace. It's not clear if this is a step towards an interim government or step toward handing power to the taliban parts of the west are under excessive heat warnings as more than one hundred wildfires burn. Sonia hudson of member station k. u. e. r. reports thousands have evacuated from a fast moving fire outside salt lake city utah. Amber reichert loaded up her white. Suv as she prepared to evacuate the small community of timberline she's lived in this community surrounded by pine trees for five years. It's kind of surreal. I think we always knew there was a possibility of it happening here especially with what's been going on fire wise and climate wise in recent times But it's a little bit different when it actually happens. The widespread consensus of climate scientists is that climate change makes large destructive wildfires more likely because of hotter temperatures and drier vegetation. Nearly all of utah is in the most extreme categories of drought for npr news. I'm sonia hudson incoming new york governor. Kathy ho says mask mandates for school. Children are necessary masks for kids in schools. This is something that i believe has to occur to make sure that our teachers are safe. The administrator safe and above all child parents sends off to school. Khokar told cnn. She'll remain flexible and consider all options as the pandemic changes. The cdc says an additional one hundred forty thousand. New corona virus infections were confirmed yesterday. Florida remains a hot spot. This is npr nicaragua's only newspaper with a print. Edition is no longer available. It's offices were raided by the country's security forces as the government of daniel ortega moves to shut down the opposition in the ramp up to presidential elections this fall as maria martin reports five truckloads of anti riot. Police surrounded the offices of the daily la prensa. Friday police said they were looking for evidence of customs fraud and money laundering and took over the papers installations. La prensa is owned by the chamorro family. Two of whose members are among at least thirty three opposition figures in prison by the government in the last two months reporter. Maria marten turning now to africa where ivory coast says. It's confirmed its first case of ebola in twenty five years. The bbc's sophie glass ryan reports. The case was detected in the crowded urban center of avi john. The eighteen year old woman at the center of this outbreak traveled to ivory coast by road from guinea and entered abajian three days ago. She was admitted to hospital with a fever and is now. Receiving treatment is the first case of a bowler a severe and often fatal illness in the west african nation since nineteen ninety-four dr matt cd. So moeti of the world health organization said the new outbreak was of immense concern because it has appeared in the densely populated city of abbey. John the bbc's sophie glass rhine. And i'm barbara klein npr news..
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"Burn in the us in utah. Thousands have evacuated from a fast moving fire outside salt lake city from member station k. U. e. r. Sonia hudson has more amber reichert loaded up her white suv as she prepared to evacuate the small community of timberline. She's lived in this community surrounded by pine trees for five years. It's kind of surreal. I think we always knew there was a possibility of it happening here especially with what's been going on fire wise and climate wise in recent times But it's a little bit different when it actually happens. The widespread consensus of climate scientists that climate change makes large destructive wildfires more likely because of hotter temperatures and drier vegetation. Nearly all of utah is in the most extreme categories of drought for npr news. I'm sonia hudson. Us officials say an unprecedented number of migrants is showing up at the southern border. Maria martin reports climate change is contributing. More than eight million people across el salvador. Guatemala and honduras are in need of aid in twenty twenty one according to the us office on humanitarian assistance. This is a sixty percent increase. As compared to early. Twenty twenty growing poverty climate change the covert nineteen pandemic and chronic violence in the region are among contributing factors in honduras. Food insecurity has grown from eight percent of the population prior to the pandemic to twenty one percent while iwakuma one in five people suffer from critical access to food a situation which is only growing worse according to the un report for npr news. I'm mighty martin and you're listening to npr news. India is celebrating seventy five years of independence from british rule. Today and in a speech from new delhi prime minister narendra modi praised healthcare workers fighting covert nineteen cases. How fallen sharply from the springtime wave. That's all hospitals. Run out of oxygen and beds a once. Rural parish in britain has an unusual and perhaps coveted problem. It has too much money. Vicki barker has more from london in fifteen. Twenty five one. Richard wright bequeathed some land to his cambridge area parish for the upkeep of the church clock then cutting edge technology this past year the parish sold part of the land in nearby cambridge university whose sprawl has now reached its outskirts for twenty. Six million dollars. Problem is under the terms of the trust. The money must be spent in the home village of full born so far. The trustees have bought new. It equipment for the village school floodlights for the local tennis court and they're installing solar panels and a new heating system in the church itself but the times of london report. That's barely put a dent in the cash mountain. It suggests. some of the money should go towards a statue commemorating that sixteenth century benefactor for npr news. I'm vicki barker. In london tyler gilbert of the arizona diamondbacks ended last night's victory over the san diego padres with a claim on baseball history becoming the first pitcher in nearly seven decades to throw a no hitter in his first major league start. I made me held in washington. And you're listening to npr news..