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10,000: A new report by the Syria Study Group, an expert panel appointed by the US Congress, warns that as many as 10,000 ISIS fighters are currently being held in shabby and overburdened pop-up prisons in the Northeastern part of the country. ISIS has lost its caliphate but the threat continues.


47: A fresh poll conducted by CNN shows that 47 percent of respondents say they favor impeachment of President Donald Trump. That's up from 41 percent in May, largely because Republican support for impeachment jumped 6 points to 14 percent.

$1000: Indonesia will now charge tourists $1,000 for a yearlong right to visit Komodo Island, home to the famous dragons of the same name. This plan to cut runaway tourism replaces an earlier, less lucrative proposal to close the island altogether. Popular but overcrowded destinations like Venice, the Taj Mahal, and Mount Everest are all struggling with "overtourism" amid a boom in cheap flights and a growing global middle class.

30: One of the stars of China's 70th anniversary military parade yesterday was the Dongfeng-41, an intercontinental ballistic missile that can reach the United States (or anywhere else within 9,000 miles) in just 30 minutes. China's military also showed off a new missile, the Dongfeng-17, which relies on a hard-to-detect hypersonic glider to deliver its lethal payload.
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