Transcript for State of Emergency Declared in Ferguson After Protests Turn Violent
Good morning I'm Reid and I didn't and I'm Philip men out with a top stories on this Tuesday August 11. We begin with the city on edge Ferguson Missouri reigniting. One year after the fatal police shooting of Michael Brown. The state of emergency is in effect as police faceoff with hundreds of people many of them are angry that police shot another eighteen year old. Accused of firing at officers first more than a dozen people were arrested overnight but police say. It's criminals that are stirring up the trouble not protesters the espionage trial is coming to a close for Ronnie an American journalist detained attack Iran for more than a year. Washington Post reporter Jason Thursday on stroking his own defense and a final hearing yesterday but the hearing was high that this lawyers gave no details about testimony. US officials have pressed for the released every sand and Oliver Americans detained in Iran but their freedom is no part of landmark nuclear deal. About a dozen rowers on the US Olympic team got sick during a trial run for next summer's games. The team doctor says dirty water in Rio de Janeiro may be to blame the US and international sailing officials say there's no evidence of that. There have been many complaints about the water quality at Olympic venues and Brazil and finally than usual scene an award get where firefighter who's afraid of flames coming out the train. Is taking action to stop force fire before it happens the fire started when I instruct treat armed with a chain son. Lot of bravery the firefighters cut the tree down. So. Again more news any time at abcnews.com. I'm Philip and I'm marina nine and thanks for watching.
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