The Rundown: Top headlines today: July 3, 2020

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Transcript for The Rundown: Top headlines today: July 3, 2020
Fourth of July is usually celebrated with barbecues beaches and fire works alongside family and friends but this year will look pretty different for many Americans as the deadly corona virus continues to ravage our country in Arizona IC use our 89%. Full. Hospitals there and in San Antonio Texas now using pediatric icu is for adults as they run out of beds amassed commanding now in effect in South Carolina as local officials link multiple outbreaks in tourist hot spots Myrtle Beach. This is a category six or paying a bonus we can't back away we need to stay in place. In Missouri health care workers on the front lines especially concerned about the next few days after places like lake of the Ozarks drew huge crowds like these over Memorial Day some beaches in California and Florida are closed for the weekend. Florida senior. Staggering new numbers today now with more than 178000. Reported cases from Miami with a 20% rate of objectivity. We don't read newspaper carrier community several weeks from now we're going to be an underwater. It feels like a lifetime ago Glover the fiancee of murdered journalist Jamal says joke -- this trial can't come soon enough. In Istanbul twenties saudis and trial for the grisly 2018 killing a British choking. But none of the men showed up because the Saudi government has refused to extradite them. This was the last time the world saw the Washington Post columnist born to the Saudi consulate and a symbol before he was allegedly dismembered. The model owners. Oh bombed the feminist idol news prosecutors' demands those when he indicted being given life sentences. Two of them are former aides to the Saudi crown prince Mohamed bin Talal mosque he denies having any knowledge of current showpiece death. Those loud bangs of fireworks heard from miles apart of a deadly scene. A fireworks factory in Turkey exploding. Leaving at least four people dead and about a hundred injured. Emergency crews rushing to the scene as the sky was bathed in this sea of color it's unclear what caused the explosion reports indicate this was the third time it's happened here in the last ten years. Fifties who calls. Fired power plants in Germany are numbered lawmakers in the German parliament have no proof that bill calling for completely phasing out coal and energy source by 2038. Germany closed its last coal mine two years ago but critics say the plan isn't fast enough to meet targets set in the Paris climate accords.

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