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ABC NewsJul 05, 2022
7th victim dies from Highland Park parade mass shooting
Seven people were killed in a mass shooting at a Fourth of July parade in the Chicago suburb of Highland Park, Illinois, on Monday.

Remembrances pour in for victims of Highland Park shooting (NPR Headline News)
What we know about the victims of the Fourth of July shooting near Chicago (CBC Top Stories)

BBC Front PageJul 05, 2022
Highland Park shooting: Tributes paid to victims of 4 July attack near Chicago
A grandfather and a synagogue employee have been named as some of the 4 July shooting's victims.

BBC Front PageJul 05, 2022
Ukraine war: Market hit as Russians shell frontline city Slovyansk
Russian artillery is pounding the eastern city of Slovyansk and has set a market on fire, Ukraine says.

Russia Hoists Banner of Victory Over Lysychansk City Hall in Lugansk (Newsweek)

BBC Front PageJul 05, 2022
Chicago shooting: Suspect planned attack for weeks, police say
Police believe the gunman targeted victims at random, with no clear racial or religious motive.

NPR Headline NewsJul 05, 2022
British PM Boris Johnson's government is in turmoil as 2 Cabinet ministers resign
To lose one Cabinet minister may be seen as a misfortune, but to lose two looks like carelessness. That's what British Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces after two key members of his Cabinet quit.

2 key UK Cabinet ministers quit Boris Johnson's government (ABC News)
U.K. PM Boris Johnson in crisis as finance, health ministers quit (CBC Top Stories)

NPR Topics: NewsJul 05, 2022
2 key U.K. senior ministers quit Boris Johnson's government
The two ministers resigned after a day in which the prime minister acknowledged he had changed his story on how he handled sexual misconduct allegations against a government official.

Int'l Herald TribuneJul 05, 2022
‘Get the Stretcher!' Life and Death on Ukraine's Front Line
On another day of scorched-earth artillery barrages in the east, a team of Ukrainian medics did their best to stabilize and assure the survivors, with the din of war all around.

CNBC World NewsJul 05, 2022
Oil tumbles as much as 10%, breaks below $100 as recession fears mount
Stocks were lower on Tuesday morning after the major averages finished another losing week.

CBC Top StoriesJul 05, 2022
7th person dies after mass shooting at July 4 parade near Chicago

We Have Normalized Mass Shootings in Black Communities. It's Got to Stop | Opinion (Newsweek)

NPR Topics: NewsJul 05, 2022
The suspected Highland Park parade shooter had posted violent imagery online
Highland Park Mayor Nancy Rotering tells NPR that charges against the suspected shooter are expected shortly. Here's what else we know as of Tuesday.

Int'l Herald TribuneJul 05, 2022
La cercanía Ken Salazar con AMLO preocupa en el gobierno de Biden
Altos funcionarios estadounidenses temen que la relación de Ken Salazar con el presidente de México esté resultando contraproducente y pueda ser un retroceso para los intereses de Washington en la región.

Brittney Griner: US basketball star detained in Russia asks Biden for help (BBC Front Page)

MSNBC Int'l NewsJul 05, 2022
Sydney floods affect 50,000 around Australia's largest city
Hundreds of homes have been inundated in and around Sydney, Australia, in a flood emergency affecting 50,000 people, officials said Tuesday.

BBC News Front Page | WorldJul 05, 2022
Tour de France 2022: Wout van Aert claims victory on stage four
Wout van Aert's sensational escape in the final 10km of stage four gave him his first win at this year's Tour de France and extended his overall lead.

CBC Top StoriesJul 05, 2022
China is barring diplomats from trial of Canadian tycoon who disappeared 5 years ago, Ottawa says
Chinese authorities refused to let Canadian diplomats attend the trial of a Chinese-born Canadian tycoon who disappeared from Hong Kong five years ago, Ottawa said Tuesday.

Xiao Jianhua: Canadian officials barred from tycoon's China trial (BBC News Front Page | World)
Chinese-Canadian tycoon faces trial in China without consular access, embassy says (CNN World)

NYT Middle EastJul 05, 2022
Palestinian Outrage After U.S. Says Journalist Was Killed by Accident
The U.S. government said Shireen Abu Akleh was likely hit by a bullet fired from Israeli military lines in the occupied West Bank, but unintentionally, fueling claims that Washington isn't impartial.

NewsweekJul 05, 2022
Watch: Ukrainians Use U.S.-Made MLRS Against Russian Forces
The American military equipment was first developed in the 1990s for the U.S Army.

NewsweekJul 05, 2022
Russian Factories Refuse to Fix Equipment Broken in War, Ukraine Says
Ukraine's Defense Intelligence said on July 3 that some of the damaged or destroyed Russian equipment has been "sold or exchanged for alcohol."

NewsweekJul 05, 2022
Ukrainian Tanks Reportedly Take Out Russian MRL Vehicles, Special Rocket Transporters
The multiple rocket launcher vehicles were reportedly BM-27 Uragans, while the special missile transporters were TZM-Ts.

Watch: Ukrainian Artillery Blast 2 Russian Armored Vehicles Using Howitzers (Newsweek)

Christian Science Monitor--worldJul 05, 2022
Amid war, Kharkiv residents repair city and plan its restoration
Cleaning up war-torn Ukraine is a daunting task. But in Kharkiv, local professionals and volunteers are already taking it on, with an eye toward the city's eventual reconstruction.

NYTimes GlobalJul 05, 2022
Hacker Offers to Sell Chinese Police Database in Potential Breach
For about $200,000, an unidentified person or group is offering what is described as data on a billion Chinese citizens. A sampling seemed to show the data to be genuine.

NYTimes GlobalJul 05, 2022
When the Czarinas Ruled Fashion's Front Row
A group of Russian women were once the hottest things at couture, embraced not just by fashion, but by the watching world. Where are they now?

CNBC World NewsJul 05, 2022
Finland and Sweden move a step closer to NATO membership with accession sign-off
Finland and Sweden got one step closer to becoming full members of NATO on Tuesday, in what's been the fastest accession process in the defense alliance's history so far.

CNBC World NewsJul 05, 2022
European markets close 2% lower as recession fears take hold; oil shares down 6%
European stocks closed sharply lower on Tuesday as global markets failed to cement gains after a bruising week for stocks last week.

Liberals Need a Clearer Vision of the Constitution. Here's What It Could Look Like. (Int'l Herald Tribune)
Shireen Abu Aqla: US report on journalist's death unacceptable, family says (BBC Front Page)
South Korea stocks lead gains as most Asia markets rise; Reserve Bank of Australia hikes rates (CNBC World News)
NPR Headline NewsJul 04, 2022
U.S. says it was likely an Israeli soldier who killed Palestinian-American journalist
The U.S. says it was likely an Israeli soldier who killed Shireen Abu Akleh, a prominent Palestinian-American journalist, shot in May. She was covering an Israeli military raid..
Suspect still at large after 6 killed in Fourth of July parade shooting near Chicago, police say (CBC Top Stories)
Palestinian-American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh likely killed by Israeli gunfire, U.S. says (MSNBC Int'l News)

CBC Top StoriesJul 04, 2022
Sikhs forced off the job due to City of Toronto rule that security guards can't have beards
The World Sikh Organization (WSO) is demanding the City of Toronto change what it calls a "discriminatory" rule included in its contracts that require all security guards to be clean shaven, a requirement that has led to some 100 Sikh guards leaving their jobs. 

NPR Headline NewsJul 04, 2022
Shooting eye witness on the significance of the Highland Park July Fourth parade
NPR's Ailsa Chang speaks with Miles Zaremski, an eye witness of the Fourth of July shooting in Highland Park, Ill. At least 6 people died and and dozens are wounded, according to local police.

NPR Headline NewsJul 04, 2022
Russia has control of a key eastern Ukrainian city
Fighting and shelling remain intense in Ukraine as Russia has control of a key eastern Ukrainian city. In some areas, civilians have faced months of food and power shortages.

Russia takes control of a key eastern province, sets stage for war's next phase (MSNBC Int'l News)

CNN WorldJul 04, 2022
US says Israeli military gunfire ?'likely responsible?' for Shireen Abu Akleh's death but examination of bullet inconclusive
The United States has determined that gunfire from the Israeli military was "likely responsible" for the killing of Al Jazeera correspondent and Palestinian-American Shireen Abu Akleh in May, although an examination overseen by the US of the bullet "could not reach a definitive conclusion" on its origin due to the condition of the bullet, State Department spokesperson Ned Price said in a statement Monday.
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