Transcript for World News Now: Tuesday, June 17, 2014
ABC's world news -- Hello to our fans -- on Devin Dwyer an arena nine with -- top stories on this Tuesday June 17 we begin with a rare and deadly twin tornadoes one of them. A mile wide slammed in the town of Wilbur Nebraska. Nearly wiping it completely off the map close to three quarters of the community in either heavily damaged or destroyed. -- -- one person is dead and sixteen others are in critical condition. Nebraska's governor declared a. State of emergency. And President Obama has told congress he setting up to 275. Soldiers and Marines to a rock. Including 170 to protect Americans at the embassy in Baghdad. The President Obama is promising that US troops won't be engaged in any combat. US officials said the subject of Iraq came up briefly yesterday it talks between the US and Iran over that country's controversial nuclear program. And it looks like several of the circus acrobats hurt during the human chandeliers -- last month. May soon seven of the eight women have hired a Chicago law firm to represent -- the women were injured. In Rhode Island and the apparatus fell. From which they were suspended they plummeted about twenty feet two of the women suffered spinal cord injuries. It's not clear if they'll ever walk again we expect to learn more doing a press conference with the acrobats later today. And to the World Cup and last -- team USA -- what we hope will be the first of. Victories the first goal -- just about thirty seconds from Clint Dempsey kicked a shot in off the post was the fifth fastest goal in World Cup history. But -- hero of the game in -- 21 year old John Brooks Brooks. Was in only because -- starter was heard and he made this amazing header into the net and 86 minute to put teen USA. I'm goal ahead the teen piled on in celebration. -- had only just come into the game -- relieved an injured starter they beat Ghana by sport to the one. Good stuff get more news any time at abcnews.com. I'm Devin Dwyer arena nine and thanks for watching. This is ABC's world news now available anytime anywhere you want to.
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