Friday, June 5, 2020

Shooting

7 people were killed in a shooting in Wisconsin, USA

Police went to the location of a "serious incident" at the headquarters of Molson Kors Company, while local media reported a shooting that resulted in deaths. The newspaper (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel) quoted unnamed sources as saying that seven people were...

US police reveal Virginia shooter’s identity

The gunman, who killed 12 people and wounded four others in a local administration building, on Friday. Police said he was named Dwyane Craddock, a disgruntled engineer working in the city administration. A municipal building in Virginia Beach, was turned...

Seattle shooting: Death toll rises to two

The death toll in Seattle has risen to two, while two others were seriously injured when a gunman opened fire on two motorists and a bus in Seattle and then collided as he attempted to escape independently of a...
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The UN Economic Council holds a meeting to discuss helping governments recover from Corona

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Tokyo to issue an alert on the Coronavirus after 34 new cases have been confirmed

Japanese government sources said today, Tuesday, that the capitalist government of Tokyo is considering issuing what the governor of Tokyo, Yoriko Koike, called "the...