Photo provided by Orlando Police Department shows police cars and fire trucks gather outside the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida, the United States, June 12, 2016. About 20 people were killed and 42 others wounded early Sunday morning in a shooting incident at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida said local police. (Xinhua/Orlando Police Department) (djj)
Photo provided by Orlando Police Department shows police cars and fire trucks gather outside the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida, the United States, June 12, 2016. About 20 people were killed and 42 others wounded early Sunday morning in a shooting incident at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida said local police. (Xinhua/Orlando Police Department) (djj)

GENEVA — A man on Saturday set fire to flammable liquid on a train travelling between Buchs and Sennwald in Switzerland, injuring seven people including the man himself, the Switzerland’s St. Gallen cantonal police reported.
According to the Swiss authorities, the attacker was a 27-year-old Swiss male who was wielding at least one knife. Among the wounded there were a six-year-old child, three women and two men. (Switzerland-Train Attack)
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NEW YORK — A Muslim Imam and his assistant were shot and killed by a lone gunman Saturday in broad daylight while leaving a mosque in the Queens Borough of New York City.
The shooting occurred around 2 p.m. local time (1800 GMT) near the Al-Furqan Masjid Mosque, where the two victims were attending their Saturday afternoon prayers, according to local media. (US-Imam Shooting)
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BENI, DR Congo — At least 45 people were found dead in a massacre perpetrated on Saturday night in Beni city of North Kivu Province in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, city mayor Nyonyi Bwanakawa confirmed on Sunday.
According to the mayor, the assailants attacked the village of Rwangoma in the outskirts of the city, killing civilians. (DR Congo-Violence)
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LASHKAR GAH, Afghanistan — Up to 25 militants were killed as warplanes targeted Taliban hideouts and positions in several parts of the beleaguered Helmand province in southern Afghanistan Saturday night, according to a statement of provincial government released here Sunday.
According to the statement, the air strikes pounded Taliban positions in Garmsir, Chah-e-Anjir and Nahr-e-Saraj district late last night, killing 25 Taliban insurgents including some group commanders. (Afghanistan-Air Strike) Enditem

Source: Xinhua/News Ghana

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