Transcript for World News Now: Thursday, June 19, 2014
ABC's world news national. -- online seven liar and -- -- -- with the top stories on this Thursday June 19. Another night of rough weather in south -- powerful line of storms hammered several small towns cameras were rolling as this huge tornado touched down. About 8 o'clock last night separating into two before rejoining another twister swept into the north. Destroying more than a dozen homes and businesses and wells in -- -- springs to people were injured the National Guard has been called in to help. To the World Cup -- some wild scenes inside the stadium in Rio nearly a hundred Chilean fans forced their way past the security checkpoint. And broke down -- walk in the media room in hopes of getting in to see their team. Stadium security got them under control before anyone made it to the -- their waking up this morning in jail and will be deported. And a mom and dad from suburban Chicago are taking their frustration over their -- bullying to court the -- -- as say their third grade son named -- when. -- been bullied by a classmate all year and neither the school nor the boy's parents have done anything to stop -- they say the attacks escalated from spitting in hitting and kicking. To threats on his life they're suing for 50000. Dollars in damages they -- the lawsuit will also help change -- school's policies about bullying. And former congresswoman Gabby Giffords throughout the first ceremonial first pitch last night in the sixth annual women's congressional softball game. The ball she used was signed by players two years ago after she was wounded. The game was dedicated to her -- it was all over the members of the congress team defeated the women's press team ten to five. It was the lawmakers' first win in three years. All right good for them. He -- anytime at abcnews.com I'm Devin Dwyer and I'm -- and thanks for watching. This is ABC's world news now available anytime anywhere you want to. -- --
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