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Gunmen killed, six officers wounded in Canadian bank shootout – Reuters.com

SAANISH, British Columbia, June 28 (Reuters) – Two men were shot dead by two men and six officers were wounded during a shootout at a bank in British Columbia on Tuesday, and nearby homes were evacuated after a possible explosive device was discovered, Canadian police said. . Members of the emergency response team arrived at …

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Sweden, Finland on track to join NATO as Russia and China focus on allies – Reuters.com

Turkey wins security pledges from Finland and Sweden Russia is called the ‘main threat’ after the invasion of Ukraine “You will not win,” Sanchez told Putin in a speech. NATO summit to agree on more reinforcements for the Baltic states NATO to pay more attention to China’s military rise MADRID (Reuters) – Sweden and Finland …

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A Muslim teenager was killed in a protest in India.  His family wants answers

Photo: Brutal on-camera murder sparks religious tensions in India – CNN

Officials in the western city of Udaipur, Rajasthan state, announced a curfew and a ban on internet access after videos of the incident went viral on social media, sparking a wave of anger across the country. In one of the videos, two men can be seen starting to attack the victim. In another case, two …

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Sudanese army bombs disputed border with Ethiopia – Reuters.com

ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) – Sudan’s armed forces fired heavy artillery during clashes in a disputed eastern region on the border with Ethiopia, an Ethiopian official said, the latest attack in a long-running dispute over their shared border. Sudan managed, on Tuesday, to control Jabal Qalaat al-Luban, an area close to the disputed border, following artillery …

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Twin sisters exchange passports to travel abroad more than 30 times – from within

Two twin sisters in China exchanged their passports and identities to travel abroad more than 30 times before they were arrested, according to Chinese news outlets. Harbin Daily. Chu sisters, from hail From the northern Chinese city of Harbin, he was arrested and is now being investigated, the outlet reported Monday, citing local police. It …

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Police officers gather at the site of a shootout in Saanich, British Columbia, Tuesday.

6 officers were injured in a shootout outside a Canadian bank, and two suspects were killed, police said – CNN

The suspects were killed after a shootout with police outside the bank in Saanich, according to Dean Dothy, Saanich Police Department Chief of Police. No one was hurt inside the bank, Dothie said, noting that it was one of the most violent scenes he had seen in his nearly 27 years of service in Saanich, …

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Europe’s plans to replace Russian gas are ‘too optimistic’ – and could hurt its economy – CNBC

A drilling rig at a gas processing facility, operated by Gazprom. Maxim Shemetov | Reuters Analysts predict that the best way in the European Union to replace Russian gas imports this year may not meet the target, which leads to further pressure on the region’s economy. The European Union plans to replace two-thirds of Russia’s …

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India is facing a firestorm over ruling party officials' statements about Islam.  Here's what you need to know

Indian police arrest Muslim journalist for insulting Hindus – CNN

KBS Malhotra, deputy commissioner of Delhi’s cybercrime unit, said Mohamad Al Zubair, co-founder of fact-checking website Alt News, which exposes misinformation in Indian media, was arrested on Monday and returned to overnight custody in Police custody. Malhotra said Zubair was arrested under two sections of the Indian Penal Code related to maintaining religious harmony. Zubair …

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Boiler from Wanji Power Plant, which was decommissioned in 1986.

Photographer documenting abandoned places in Australia – CNN

(CNN) – Brett Bateman never set out to be a photographer. He started his career as a tradesman, working inside some Australian factories, power plants and other industrial locations. But photography has always been his side passion. “I bought my camera in 2011 and didn’t know what to do,” explains Batman. “I had just started …

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‘Metro Law’ in the balance as opposition seeks to press election schedule – The Times of Israel

Likud-led opposition lawmakers appear to have used plans for an Israeli metro system – the country’s most ambitious public transportation project – as a bargaining chip in the ongoing row with the coalition over the schedule for the upcoming elections. Israel is likely heading to another round of national elections, the fifth in three and …

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