Israeli jets hit 25 targets in Gaza Strip - IDF
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Israeli fighter jets strike Hamas targets in Gaza - IDF

Israeli fighter jets strike Hamas targets in Gaza - IDF

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London underground station evacuated after 'minor explosion'

London underground station evacuated after 'minor explosion'

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Gunman kills 2 women, takes own life outside Walmart in Alabama

Gunman kills 2 women, takes own life outside Walmart in Alabama

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Ex-CIA engineer charged with WikiLeaks leak

Ex-CIA engineer charged with WikiLeaks leak

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  • US source says targets in Syria were struck by Israel
    US source says targets in Syria were struck by Israel
    6/18

    The airstrike in Syria's Al-Hari near Boukamal, close to the border with Iraq, was conducted by Israel, an unnamed United States government source told CNN. The article published on Monday adds the person familiar with the matter als...

  • Gunman shoots several people in Malmo
    Gunman shoots several people in Malmo
    6/18

    A male person opened fire on Monday in the main street in Malmo, Sweden, and several people were shot. Initial reports from the scene in Drottninggatan reveal the area has been cordoned off. Videos posted by local media show a heavy pres...

  • White House on lockdown over backpack in yard
    White House on lockdown over backpack in yard
    6/18

    The White House was put on lockdown over an incident involving a man climbing over the security fence and leaving a backpack on the lawn, the United States Secret Service confirmed on Monday. The contents of the backpack are being invest...

  • North, South Korea to march together at Asian Games
    North, South Korea to march together at Asian Games
    6/18

    North and South Korean sports officials agreed on Monday that the two countries will march together at the Asian Games in Indonesia in August, Yonhap reported.

    The officials met earlier today in the border village of Panmunjom to...

  • Three dead after being hit by London train
    Three dead after being hit by London train
    6/18

    Three people died after being struck by a train this morning in south London, British Transport Police reported describing the deaths as "unexplained."

    Paramedics were called onto the scene around 7:30 am local time on ...

  • Van driver arrested after ramming into festival crowd
    Van driver arrested after ramming into festival crowd
    6/18

    The Dutch police stated on Monday they have arrested the man suspected of driving a van into the crowd at the Pinkpop music festival earlier in the day.

    The motive for the attack is still unclear, but the authorities are schedule...

  • At least one dead as van plows into people in the Netherlands
    At least one dead as van plows into people in the Netherlands
    6/18

    At least one person was killed on Monday as a minivan rammed into people attending the Pinkpop festival in the Landgraaf municipality in the Netherlands, the festival organizers said on Twitter. Three other people have been reported as i...

  • Over 90 injured in 6.1-magnitude Japan quake
    Over 90 injured in 6.1-magnitude Japan quake
    6/18

    At least 3 people have been killed and over 90 people have been injured after an earthquake with a magnitude of 6.1 hit the Japanese city of Osaka on Monday, the Japan Meteorological Agency stated. According to the local government, the ...

  • Israeli jets strike 9 targets in northern Gaza
    Israeli jets strike 9 targets in northern Gaza
    6/18

    Israeli Air Force fighter jets struck nine targets in the northern Gaza Strip on Monday, Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) said in a tweet. "The strikes were conducted in response to arson and explosive kites and balloons that’ve b...

  • Taxi drives into crowd in Moscow, leaves 7 wounded
    Taxi drives into crowd in Moscow, leaves 7 wounded
    6/16

    A taxi drove into the crowd in Moscow on Saturday, injuring seven people, according to local media reports, citing sources in the Russian emergency services. The vehicle ploughed into pedestrians, mostly World Cup fans on a sidewalk near...

  • Japan to develop new technologies for electric cars
    Japan to develop new technologies for electric cars
    6/16

    Japan recruited automakers Toyota, Nissan and Honda in the public-private project establishing the core technologies for solid-state lithium-ion batteries, the Nikkei
    Asian Review reported.

    Among the 23 companies in the pro...

  • Hoover Dam Bridge reopened, suspect arrested
    Hoover Dam Bridge reopened, suspect arrested
    6/15

    The man who barricaded himself in a vehicle and blocked the lanes on the Hoover Dam Bridge in Las Vegas was arrested, local media reported citing police.

    The man crossed into Arizona where he was taken into custody without incide...

  • Hoover Dam bridge in Las Vegas blocked by gunman
    Hoover Dam bridge in Las Vegas blocked by gunman
    6/15

    A suspect inside an armored vehicle, who is believed to be armed, is blocking the lanes on the Hoover Dam Bridge in Las Vegas, according to local media reports.

    The man that is thought to be armed with a gun has barricaded himsel...

  • Trump: War with N. Korea would have killed 30-50M
    Trump: War with N. Korea would have killed 30-50M
    6/15

    "I saved a lot of money," United States President Donald Trump said on Friday, commenting on the effects of a comprehensive deal aimed at overcoming the dispute about North Korea's nuclear program. He added he wants to have...

  • World Cup 2018 opening ceremony begins in Moscow
    World Cup 2018 opening ceremony begins in Moscow
    6/14

    World Cup 2018 opening ceremony began in Russia at Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium on Thursday. The ceremony is set to last for half an hour before the first match between Russia and Saudi Arabia begins.

    Russian President Vladimir ...