Start your day off right with five things you need to know this morning.
Five things you need to know
Some men are attempting to flee Russia after the country's president ordered the mobilization of up to 300,000 soldiers to fight in the Ukraine war. The Russian government, however, has said the numbers of fighting-age males leaving the country have been exaggerated.
Russian men are looking for ways to avoid conscription, including by fleeing abroadhttps://t.co/0a3UMmffFG— The Moscow Times (@MoscowTimes) September 21, 2022
Donald Trump and three of his children have been accused of fraud following an investigation into the Trump Organization. New York authorities allege the quartet inflated the values of their assets to get loans.
A man has been found alive 17 days after he went missing during an earthquake in China. The 6.6-magnitude quake killed more than 90 people.
A highway in Florida was closed on Wednesday after thousands of beer cans were spilled onto the tarmac. The spillage occurred after five semi-trailers were involved in a non-fatal crash on the road.
Coors Light beer drenches Florida highway after semi-trailer crash https://t.co/uOvDF9ayyi— Fox News (@FoxNews) September 22, 2022
Sri Lanka's inflation rate has topped 70 per cent as the troubled island nation continues to grapple with its worst economic crisis in decades. Grocery prices in the country are up 84.6 per cent on last year.
In lighter news, characters from the Apple TV show Ted Lasso – about a hapless American man who becomes the coach of an English soccer team – will appear in the upcoming video game FIFA 23. The show's creator and star Jason Sudeikis said the news was a "dream come true."
I've got goosebumps. Seein’ my guys in CGI is so weird. Except Roy for some reason. pic.twitter.com/YqPuvw2jHK— Ted Lasso (@TedLasso) September 21, 2022