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5 Things to Know Today

Here are the top stories from the Associated Press for Friday, June 24.

1. UNITED NATIONS WARNS OF GLOBAL FOOD SHORTAGE

The UN believes hundreds of millions of people could be impacted by the shortage.

2. AFGHANISTAN EARTHQUAKE DEATH TOLL REACHES 1,150

Residents are mainly on their own for survival with the Taliban in charge of the government.

3. MIAMI STOPS TO RECOGNIZE CONDO COLLAPSE ANNIVERSARY

Investigators still have not announced why the Surfside complex fell apart.

4. CONGRESS SET TO APPROVE GUN VIOLENCE BILL

The House will vote on the legislation later today.

5. NASA WANTS ITS MOON DUST BACK

The dust, which was part of an experiment using cockroaches, was scheduled to be auctioned today.

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