American singer Sixto Rodriguez has died. Wildfires rage in Hawaii. Pogoń Szczecin’s cup blemish in Belgium. Here are five things you should know today.
1. Seven notices on election committees
The Civic Coalition, the Left and the Confederation have already submitted notifications about the creation of an election committee. In total, the National Electoral Commission received seven such notifications – among them there were also Non-Partisan Local Governments and Strike of Entrepreneurs.
From the moment of their registration, the committees will be able to start collecting signatures for the lists of candidates for deputies and senators.
2. Fire in Hawaii
Fires are raging on those belonging to USA the islands of Hawaii and Maui in the Hawaiian archipelago. The New York Times wrote about the chaotic evacuations. “Hospitals are overloaded with patients suffering from burns or smoke inhalation,” said Lieutenant Governor Sylvia Luke. Thousands of homes are without electricity. Six people are dead, officials said.
3. Sixto Rodriguez is dead
Sixto Rodriguez is dead. The American singer died at the age of 81. He gained worldwide fame years after his debut thanks to the Oscar-winning documentary “Sugar Man” from 2012.
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4. A waterspout swirled over the Baltic Sea
People spending time on the beach in Jarosławiec on Wednesday afternoon could observe an unusual phenomenon. A swirling funnel appeared over the waters of the Baltic Sea. It was a waterspout. The phenomenon was immortalized on the recording of Reporter 24.
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5. Defeat of Chase in Ghent
Pogoń Szczecin lost 5-0 to Gent in the first leg of the third qualifying round of the Europa Conference League in Ghent. The port players made such a fate for themselves, making a lot of mistakes.
READ MORE: Pogoń’s cup blemish in Belgium
On Thursday, Lech Poznań and Legia Warszawa will play their European matches against Spartak Trnava and Slovakia, respectively. Austria Vienna.
Main photo source: PAP/EPA/CARTER BARTO