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Five things you need to know
Germany has moved one step closer to rationing gas after Russia allegedly cut supplies to the country. Germany – which chose to shut down several of its nuclear power plants late last year – has triggered the "alarm" stage of its plan to deal with a shortage of energy.
— AFP News Agency (@AFP) June 23, 2022
An American swimmer has been rescued from the bottom of a pool after fainting at the World Aquatics Championships. Anita Alvarez was saved by her coach.
US swimmer Anita Alvarez's coach saves her after she fainted in the water during World Championshipshttps://t.co/xMQOMWumUC— Sky News (@SkyNews) June 23, 2022
Elon Musk has said Tesla's new "gigafactories" in Germany and Texas are "losing billions of dollars" because of supply disruptions. Musk explained, however, that the problems are "going to get fixed real fast."
‘Gigantic money furnaces:’ Elon Musk said Tesla’s factories in Germany and Texas are losing billions of dollars as supply-chain snags and battery-cell manufacturing hurdles limit production #WSJWhatsNow https://t.co/U93VjTCP6u pic.twitter.com/c201nfaRNF— The Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) June 23, 2022
Pope Francis has condemned the killings of two priests inside a church in Mexico. Police said the holy men were gunned down after an encounter with a wanted drug dealer.
The police chief accused of failing to organize a rapid response to the Uvalde school massacre last month has been placed on leave. Pedro Arredondo has defended his actions, however, claiming he did not think he was in charge on the day of the atrocity.
In lighter news, a 1964 interview with John Lennon that has never been broadcast is going up for auction. On the tape, Lennon says he and the rest of the Beatles aren't "good musicians."
Interview with John Lennon from 1964 to be auctioned https://t.co/nstjvmcry8— BBC News (UK) (@BBCNews) June 23, 2022