Monthly Archives: August 2023

Recent News Monitor for Maui

Editor (2023-08-31). Maui: Deadliest U.S. fires in a century. The Aug. 8 wildfires that devastated parts of Maui are the deadliest in the U.S. since the 1918 Cloquet fire in northern Minnesota. Some two weeks after the fires, the official death toll stands at 115, and authorities in Hawaii have released the names of 388 people still unaccounted for. Tens of thousands have evacuated. Over 3,000 acres burned in Lahaina and neighboring communities.

Hendrik Sybrandy (2023-08-31). Maui fire victims identified through DNA. The search for victims of the deadliest U.S. wildfire in more than a century is gradually coming to an end. A total of 115 people are confirmed to have perished in the August 8 Maui fire. A number of others remain unaccounted for. Four dozen of those victims have been identified, thanks to cutting-edge technology that one Colorado-based company helped pioneer. | CGTN's Hendrik Sybrandy shares the latest.

Ryan Cristián (2023-08-30). Shelby Thomson Interview — Ongoing Cover Up In #MauiFires With Thousands Of Children Missing. Joining me once again today is Shelby Thomson, co-founder of Unjected, here to discuss updates from the ground regarding the Maui fires and some even more compelling evidence that foul play was involved. We discuss numerous data points that clearly suggest a cover up; but the question remains: what exactly is being covered up? Was

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