Utrecht shooting: Three dead and several injured after gunman opens fire on Dutch tram
Three people have been killed and several more injured after a shooting on a tram in the Dutch city of Utrecht.Police said they were investigating a "possible terrorist motive" after the attacker, a 37-year-old t*rkish-born man, fired shots inside the tram before fleeing. A police search for the suspect continues.
France to ban Yellow Vest protests in ‘worst hit’ areas if radicals spotted – French PM
"From next Saturday, we will ban 'yellow vest' protests in neighbourhoods that have been the worst hit as soon as we see sign of the presence of radical groups and their intent to cause damage," Philippe told reporters on Monday.
'Egg Boy' to donate money raised for him to victims of Christchurch mosque attacks
A teenager who cracked a raw egg over an Australian politician in protest at comments blaming Muslim immigration for the Christchurch shootings will reportedly donate most of the money raised for him to victims of the terror attack.
Over 1,000 feared dead after cyclone slams into Mozambique
More than 1,000 people were feared dead in Mozambique four days after a cyclone slammed into the country, submerging entire villages and leaving bodies floating in the floodwaters, the nation’s president said.“It is a real disaster of great proportions,” President Filipe Nyusi said.
Palestinian attacker kills Israeli soldier and rabbi in West Bank
An Israeli rabbi has become the second person to die as a result of an attack by a Palestinian man in the occupied West Bank.Achiad Ettinger, 47, from the Israeli settlement of Eli, died on Monday a day after being shot at a busy road junction.
‘Judicial junta’ brings justice? Israel’s Supreme Court bans far-right Jewish leader from elections
Israel’s Supreme Court has disqualified the leader of the ultranationalist Jewish Power party from next month’s elections, citing anti-Arab remarks he made. The move received plaudits from left-leaning journalists and activists.
Brazil’s far-right president visits CIA on first US trip
The president of Brazil visited CIA headquarters Monday on his first official trip to the U.S., an unusual move that reflects the country’s shift in leadership to a more pro-American stance.
Two years since Indian court condemned autoworkers to life-in-prison in monstrous frame-up
Exactly two years ago today, an Indian court condemned thirteen militant workers from Maruti Suzuki’s Manesar car assembly plant, in the north Indian state of Haryana, to life-in-prison on frame-up murder charges.
Venezuela opposition takes control of diplomatic properties in U.S.
Representatives of Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido have taken control of three of the country’s diplomatic properties in the United States, Guaido’s U.S. envoy said on Monday, as the opposition presses its bid to oust socialist President Nicolas Maduro.
Dead Philippines whale had 40kg of plastic in stomach
A dead whale that washed up in the Philippines had 40kg (88lbs) of plastic bags inside its stomach, researchers have said.Workers at D'Bone Collector Museum recovered the Cuvier's beaked whale east of Davao City earlier in March.