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June Snow Blankets Parts of Newfoundland

The calendar was inching toward summer, but snow fell in parts of Newfoundland on Monday, June 4. A dusting of snow fell overnight as temperatures dipped below freezing. Snow in June is rare in Newfoundland, and the last snow to fall in June happened 22 years ago at the St. John’s airport, a news report said. This video shows the ...

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Protesters March to Richmond Police Station After Shooting of Marcus-David Peters

Protesters March to Richmond Police Station After Shooting of Marcus-David Peters1:32 Protesters marched to Richmond Police station on Saturday, June 2, following the police killing of 24-year-old black teacher Marcus-David Peters. The rally started at the Siegel Center at Virginia Commonwealth University, where Peters graduated in 2016, according to the Richmond Times-Dispatch. This video was captured by non-profit Richmond Community ...

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Police Shoot ‘Rampaging’ Man at Berlin Cathedral

[unable to retrieve full-text content]Police in Germany said they shot a “rampaging” man in the legs in Berlin Cathedral on June 3. A 53-year-old man was reportedly seen with a knife acting erratically, according to local media. Credit: Arjan Koenders via Storyful Click here to Read from the source

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Aussie fugitive paedophile dies in Brazil

AN Australian paedophile is dead after spending months in a coma following a car accident in Brazil. Christopher John Gott, 63, was earlier this year revealed to be in a coma in a Rio de Janeiro hospital, more than 20 years after leaving the country while on parole for child sex offences. The Press Secretary of Rio de Janeiro’s Municipal ...

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Man dies following grandmother stabbing attack

A carjacking victim, who police say was struck in the head with a hammer by a man who just stabbed his grandmother to death on the NSW south coast, has died. The alleged attacker, who is behind bars, now faces a second murder charge. The 20-year-old allegedly stabbed his grandparents in their Bega home on Friday afternoon. Click here to ...

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What is Operation Pendennis?

[unable to retrieve full-text content]Operation Pendennis was Australia’s largest terrorism investigation, which identified two extremist terror cells in Sydney and Melbourne in 2005. Click here to Read from the source

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Mother Deer Nudges Bambini Out of Danger on Baby Doll Road

A mother deer helped its tiny, frightened fawn move out of danger in the middle of a Port Orchard, Washington, road on May 31, and Jessie Larson was overjoyed to be there to capture the moment on video. Larson, a local resident, was driving on Baby Doll Road in Port Orchard when she came upon the scene. She turned her ...

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Pedro Sanchez Sworn In as Spanish PM One Day After Ousting Rival Rajoy

Pedro Sanchez, leader of the Spanish Socialist Workers’ Party (PSOE), was sworn in as prime minister on June 2 after 180 MPs backed his party’s vote of no confidence in the outgoing leader, Mariano Rajoy, a day earlier. Sanchez was sworn in during an audience with King Felipe VI, as seen in these photos. After the ceremony, PSOE wrote that ...

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Gun control lobby taking Tasmanian premier to court

The gun control lobby is taking Tasmania’s Premier to court over a document he’s refusing to publicly release on his party’s proposal to change the state’s gun laws. Gun Control Australia says it wants to see the advice Premier Will Hodgman received that says his proposed changes won’t impinge on the National Firearms Agreement. Click here to Read from the ...

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One dead, two injured after Bega stabbing attack

A 20-year-old man is in custody after a woman died and two men were stabbed in south-east NSW. Both men remain critically ill and were taken to a Sydney hospital. Police launched a major search at 3.30pm after a man and woman were stabbed at a home in Bega. Following the incident, a second man was stabbed during the carjacking ...

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