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CBS News 10 Sep 2019

Frontline investigation reveals Flint water crisis may have caused dozens to die from disease


A Frontline investigation found that an estimated 70 people may have died from an outbreak of Legionnaires' disease linked to the Flint water crisis. The findings of the investigation are detailed in the documentary "Flint's Deadly Water." Director Abby Ellis joined CBSN to discuss the findings.

Why did President Donald Trump order the drone strike that killed one of Iran's top generals? His administration says there was an "imminent threat" against Americans, but it has failed to convince many Democrats that the strike was necessary. Some critics see a political motive in the president's decision to act as impeachment looms ahead of elections next year. VOA's Brian Padden reports.
​Australia's environment minister said as many as 30% of the koalas in New South Wales' mid-north coast region may have died in ongoing bush fires.
The most prolific rapist in British legal history has been given multiple life sentences after carrying out sex attacks on 190 male victims.

Reynhard Sinaga, 36, was found guilty of rape and sexual assaults against 48 men.

But police believe Sinaga, originally from Indonesia, may have assaulted many more - potentially upwards of 190, 79 of whom they have not yet been able to identify.
Ukraine's top security official on Thursday said its passenger airliner that crashed in Iran, killing all 176 passengers and crew on board, may have been downed by a Russian-made missile.
The plane, carrying mostly Iranians and Iranian-Canadians, crashed on Wednesday amid a spiralling escalation between Tehran and Washington.
A team of 45 Ukrainian experts has arrived in the Iranian capital to examine why the Ukrainian International Airlines plane plunged from the sky minutes after takeoff from Imam Khomeini International Airport, Oleksiy Danilov, secretary of Ukraine's National Security and Defense Council, told journalists.
Meanwhile, US officials have claimed that the plane was most likely brought down accidentally by Iranian air defences, as US President Donald Trump said he had a terrible feeling about the disaster while offering no evidence.

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