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June 27

Health and environment

Nauru surpasses 2,000 cases of COVID-19 amid an outbreak and emergency declared by president Lionel Aingimea.
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Law and crime

One person is killed and 5 are injured after a person goes on a stabbing attack in Kressbronn, Germany.
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Disasters and accidents

The Japanese government asks the public to conserve energy and to prepare for power outages as the country faces a heatwave.
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June 26

Sports

In ice hockey, the Colorado Avalanche defeat the Tampa Bay Lightning in six games to win their first Stanley Cup since the 2001 season, thereby dethroning the Lightning in their quest to three-peat.
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Business and economy

Russia misses a deadline to pay back its US$100 million debt to international creditors, bringing the country closer to default. It will be the first time that the country has defaulted since 1918.
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International relations

Russian President Vladimir Putin will make a foreign trip to Tajikistan and Turkmenistan, his first since the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
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Law and crime

Riot Turkish police disperse hundreds of people in Istanbul after the government banned the Pride Parade alleging that the parade could cause "public unrest due to society's sensitivities".
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Nigeria's Zamfara State begins issuing firearms licenses to citizens so that they can defend themselves from bandit gangs.
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Disasters and accidents

Twenty-two people are found dead at a tavern in East London, Eastern Cape, South Africa. The cause of their deaths is unclear.
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Four people are killed and 300 others are injured after a stand collapses during a bullfight in El Espinal, Colombia.
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One person is killed and another is reported missing after a fire on an inter-island ferry in Manila, Philippines.
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Two people are killed and nine others are injured in a fire at a market in Bangkok, Thailand.
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Three people are killed in Brentwood, California, U.S. after their car collides with an Amtrak train.
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Four people are killed and 70 are injured after a stand in a bullring collapses in El Espinal, Colombia.
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Armed conflicts and attacks

Several Russian cruise missiles strike Kyiv, killing one civilian and injuring four others, according to Ukraine's Prosecutor General. Some of the missiles were launched from Tupolev Tu-95 strategic bombers over the Caspian Sea.
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A missile strike kills one civilian and destroys a strategic bridge connecting western Ukraine with eastern battlefields in Cherkasy Oblast.
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Two police officers are killed and another is injured in Dassari, Benin, by militants suspected to be from Niger or Burkina Faso.
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A shootout occurs between the Mexican federal police and drug cartels in Nuevo León, close to the US border. Six officers are killed and four others injured.
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June 25

Politics and elections

The National Assembly convenes to debate the possible removal of president Guillermo Lasso amidst ongoing protests.
Source: La Nación external link
Source: CNN external link

Disasters and accidents

A magnitude 5.6 earthquake strikes near Kish Island, Iran, killing one person and injuring 31 others.
Source: AP external link

Sports

The 19th Mediterranean Games opens in Oran, Algeria.
Source: Mundo Deportivo external link

Health and environment

Shanghai declares "victory" over COVID-19 and Beijing announces the reopening of primary and secondary schools following a decrease in the number of cases.
Source: Reuters external link
The World Health Organization says that monkeypox is not yet a public health emergency.
Source: NBC News external link
Japan reports a record high temperature for the month of June of 40.2 °C (104.4 °F) in Isesaki, Gunma Prefecture.
Source: Kyodo News external link

Armed conflicts and attacks

The mayor of Sieverodonetsk announces that Russian forces have "fully occupied" the city.
Source: Reuters external link
Pro-Russian forces say that they have entered the city of Lysychansk, the last major city still held by Ukrainian forces in Luhansk Oblast, and that street-to-street fighting is underway.
Source: First Post external link
Russia launches dozens of cruise missiles at targets in multiple Ukrainian cities, including Yavoriv, Zhytomyr, and Desna. At least 20 missiles were fired from Belarusian airspace.
Source: Yahoo! News external link
Two people are killed and 21 others injured during mass shootings at three separate sites in central Oslo, Norway, including a gay nightclub. An Iranian-Norwegian man is arrested and charged with murder, attempted murder, and terrorism. The motive is suspected to be Islamic extremism.
Source: NRK external link
A 16-year-old Palestinian teenager dies in Israeli custody after being shot yesterday by soldiers in Silwad, West Bank.
Source: Al Jazeera external link
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Twenty-six people are killed in an attack in the Akwaya district, SouthWest region, Cameroon.
Source: Reuters external link

Arts and culture

Fuschia Anne Ravena of the Philippines is crowned Miss International Queen, widely regarded as the world's largest beauty pageant for trans women, in Pattaya, Thailand.
Source: Reuters external link

International relations

Togo and Gabon officially become members of the Commonwealth of Nations.
Source: France 24 external link

June 24

Health and environment

Kentucky, North Carolina and Texas report their first cases of monkeypox.
Source: KXAN-TV external link
New York City opens the first monkeypox clinic in the United States.
Source: U.S. News and World Report external link
Taiwan, Lebanon, Singapore and South Korea report their first cases of monkeypox.
Source: Reuters 4 external link
British Columbia reports its second case of monkeypox.
Source: CTV News Vancouver external link
Bulgaria, Croatia, South Africa and Colombia report their first cases of monkeypox.
Source: Reuters 3 external link
Zambia, Libya and Fiji report their first suspected cases of monkeypox.
Source: Fiji Village external link
President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud tests positive for COVID-19.
Source: Al Jazeera external link
The Sanofi–GSK COVID-19 vaccine is found to be effective against the Omicron variant.
Source: Reuters external link

Politics and elections

The oppositional National Democratic Congress wins the majority of seats in Grenada's latest general election. NDC's party leader Dickon Mitchell is expected to become Grenada's next Prime Minister.
Source: Loop Caribbean News external link
The Conservative Party is defeated in both the Tiverton and Honiton by-election and the Wakefield by-election by the Liberal Democrats and the Labour Party, respectively. Conservative chairman Oliver Dowden resigns in the aftermath of the defeats.
Source: BBC News external link

Law and crime

The United States Supreme Court overturns , ending protection of the right to abortion on the federal level and returning regulation to the states. Twenty-two states enact trigger laws or reinstitute existing laws banning abortion.
Source: CNBC external link
A court in Norway finds the attacker not criminally responsible due to paranoid schizophrenia and sentences him to compulsory mental treatment.
Source: Euronews external link
A court in Cuba sentences two protesters to between five and nine years in prison for desecrating the Cuban flag and resisting authority during last year's protests.
Source: CNN en Español external link

Armed conflicts and attacks

Governor of Luhansk Oblast Serhiy Haidai announces that Ukrainian forces will withdraw from Sievierodonetsk amid the advance of Russian and pro-Russian forces.
Source: Axios external link
A Russian-appointed senior official for the Kherson youth department is killed by a car bombing in Kherson in an apparent assassination.
Source: The Moscow Times external link
Ukrainian authorities say that Russian forces have captured the city of Hirske, south of Lysychansk, in Luhansk Oblast. Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov says that his forces also captured the town of Zolote.
Source: Newsweek external link
Two Tunisian police officers are injured in a stabbing and suspected terrorist attack in the Grand Synagogue of Tunis.
Source: AP external link

Sports

The Canada men's national water polo team withdraws from the remainder of the 2022 World Aquatics Championships in Budapest, Hungary, due to COVID-19 cases within the team.
Source: CBC Sports external link

International relations

Bulgaria lifts its veto against North Macedonia's bid to join the European Union.
Source: DW external link

Disasters and accidents

Eighteen migrants are killed and hundreds of people injured, mostly Spanish and Moroccan security forces, as around 2,000 migrants attempt to illegally enter Melilla, Spain, from Morocco.
Source: AP external link
An Ilyushin Il-76 military cargo plane carrying nine people crashes near Ryazan, Russia, killing five passengers.
Source: Reuters external link
Five people are killed and eleven others are injured in Gayan District, Paktika Province, Afghanistan, by an aftershock from the recent earthquake that killed at least 1,100 people in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Source: Reuters external link