June 6, Tuesday, 2023

1. Ukraine has accused Russia of destroying a hydroelectric power-generating dam in the country’s south. It says residents downstream have been forced to evacuate. The Ukrainian military announced on Tuesday that Russia’s forces destroyed the Kakhovka Dam on the Dnipro River in the southern region of Kherson.
2. Hong Kong’s top court has overturned the conviction of a journalist in a ruling related to an investigative report about an attack on pro-democracy protesters. Choy Yuk-ling, better known as Bao Choy, worked for local broadcasters RTHK. She produced the documentary, which criticized the slow police response when assailants attacked the protesters in July 2019. 3. Workers at the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant have finished sending seawater into an underwater tunnel that has been built to release treated and diluted water from the facility into the ocean. Once filled with seawater, the tunnel will guide treated water from the plant to a point about 1 kilometer offshore.