Why Trump was raided by FBI agents

   On August 8, local time, Trump said in a statement that the FBI searched his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida, and opened a safe. Trump was not at Mar-a-Lago at the time of the incident. The search appears to have focused on documents Trump took with him when he left the White House, The New York Times said, citing two people familiar with the investigation. NBC, citing sources, said the search was related to 15 boxes of documents Trump brought to Mar-a-Lago when he left the White House. Agents are looking to see if Trump has additional presidential records or any classified documents at the estate.
   The National Archives found in January that Trump took 15 boxes containing government documents, memorabilia, gifts and letters from the White House and brought them back to Mar-a-Lago when he left office. The boxes contained documents subject to the Presidential Archives Act, which requires all documents and records related to official business to be turned over to the National Archives. After Trump returned the boxes to the National Archives, archivists discovered documents marked classified.
   In response, Trump insisted that the search was to prevent him from running for president in 2024, and that “a raid like this can only happen in a broken third world country.” Trump wrote in a statement, “After cooperating with relevant government agencies, this raid on my home was unnecessary and inappropriate. They even pried open my safe.” Trump said angrily, ” How is this different from the Watergate incident where agents broke into the Democratic National Committee? Here, Democrats broke into the home of the 45th President of the United States.”
   Trump said in a statement, “This is a great deal for our country. During dark times, my beautiful home, Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida, is currently being besieged, raided and occupied by a large army of FBI agents, nothing like this has ever happened against a President of the United States.” Currently, there are still three months before the US Congressional midterm elections. However, under the blow of a series of economic problems, the prospects of US President Biden’s Democratic Party in the mid-term elections are bleak.
   The most important content of the midterm elections is the re-election of all 435 seats in the House of Representatives and the election of 35 of the 100 seats in the Senate. Although Democrats currently maintain a majority in the Senate and House of Representatives, the latest US opinion polls show that Republicans are expected to lead the Democrats after this year’s midterm elections and gain control of the House of Representatives. Some analysts said the search may have some impact on Trump’s Republican Party.
   The FBI raid on Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence in Florida, the first of its kind against a former president, is unclear if it was a prelude to criminal charges and has no precedent in U.S. history.

   Hundreds of drug addicts lay outside tents on a hillside near the Afghan capital Kabul, while others lay in muddy water. Many here are quietly sliding to death due to drug overdoses.
   In the center of the camp, a drug addict lay face down in the mud, motionless. “Live.” The reporter shook his shoulders, and he turned his head slightly, revealing a face covered in mud. “It’s alright… it’s no big deal to die,” he said wearily. The man, Daoud, lost a leg in a war 10 years ago, and his life has collapsed since then: no job, no income, and only drugs to escape his hopeless reality.
   In Afghanistan, people like Daoud turned to drugs out of desperation. Getting drugs in this country is not difficult. Here is the world’s most important poppy cultivation area, and the production of opioids accounts for 80% of the global total. The Associated Press said that persistent poverty and a 20-year war have left the land rife with drugs and “hardly a family has not been hurt by it.”
   In August 2021, the United States announced the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan, while cutting off the country’s international financial ties. This has left millions of Afghan families unable to make ends meet. People can’t find jobs, can’t afford food, and many rely on drugs to drug themselves. Poppies have always been an important source of income in Afghanistan, with millions of farmers harvesting them for a living.
   Drug addicts are everywhere around Kabul. They gather in parks, sewers, under bridges and on open hillsides around the city. On a busy road on the outskirts of Kabul, people sit on the ground, smoking opium, methamphetamine or heroin. The BBC said drug users were often found in poor conditions, with many living in stinky gutters. “Even a dog wouldn’t live like us,” one man laughed at himself.
   According to a United Nations survey, as many as 2.3 million Afghans have taken drugs in recent years, equivalent to about 5 percent of the population at the time. Dr. Zalmer, who is in charge of anti-drug work, told reporters that in the future, this number will be “only more or less”.

  United Nations: About 25 million people in Afghanistan face poverty On August 12,
   local time , the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said that despite unprecedented assistance, the Afghan people still need international assistance. About 25 million people in Afghanistan are currently facing poverty and the country is expected to lose 900,000 jobs this year, the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs added in a report.
  The region with the worst global warming is here.
   On August 11, the US “Washington Post” quoted a study published in the journal “Nature Communications-Earth and Environment” saying that the Arctic is warming faster than many scientists expected. many. The study analyzed temperature trends in the Arctic Circle from 1979 to 2021 and found that the Eurasian part of the Arctic Ocean, particularly in the Barents Sea region, is warming seven times faster than the global average. The latest figures show that the average annual temperature in the Barents Sea region has climbed by 2.7 degrees Celsius every 10 years over the past 20 to 40 years, making the Barents Sea and its islands the fastest-warming place on Earth.
  The riverbed near the source of the Thames has completely dried up
   The British “Guardian” recently reported that due to the continuous high temperature and drought since the beginning of summer this year, the riverbed near the source of the Thames, the second largest river in the UK, has now completely dried up. The source of the Thames has been diverted from its original starting point on the outskirts of the town of Cirencester, with only a small runoff now barely visible about 8km downstream. Droughts and water scarcity could worsen in the changing climate, with devastating effects on local aquatic life, experts have warned. (Comprehensive CCTV News, China News Agency, Global Network, etc.)
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   According to the Spanish “ABC” website, in the Alps at an altitude of 3,480 meters, the melting of the glaciers has led to a dispute over the border between Switzerland and Italy. The rapid disappearance of the ice body has changed the position of the water flow that has served as the border line so far. A place originally in Italy The mountaintop shelter in the territory has “run” to the southern part of Switzerland. The shelter was built in 1984 and has a total of 40 beds and a restaurant. Previously these facilities were in Italy, but now two-thirds of the shelter’s facilities, including most of the beds and restaurants, are in principle already in Switzerland. .