Thursday, June 16, 2016

Daily Misfortune Thursday, June 16, 2016

Daily Misfortune Thursday, June 16, 2016 --- ===
Monthly Misfortune June 2016 ---

List of incidents of terror which could be accidents, crimes, or terrorist attacks.

Headlines:


Detail:
    1. 10 killed LibyaA suicide bombing kills at least 10 security force members in the village of Abu Qurayn, west of Sirte(Al Jazeera) 
    2. Syrian Civil War The United States accuses Russia of bombing U.S.-backed forces in southern Syria near al-Tanf. (Washington Examiner) 
    3. Dozens of American diplomats send a memo, via the State Department’s dissent channel, critical of U.S. policy in Syria. The memo was signed by 51 mid- to high-level State Department officers involved with advising on Syrian policy, and calls for airstrikes against President Bashar al-Assad's government to stop its persistent violations of theUnited Nations-sponsored February ceasefire(New York Times) (Reuters) 
    4. Violence at UEFA Euro 2016 France deports twenty Russian football fans including Alexander Shprygin, the leader of the All-Russia Supporters Union, following violence at the EnglandRussia match in Marseille(BBC) 
    5. Labour Party MP Jo Cox dies at Leeds General Infirmary after being shot and stabbed as she prepared to hold a meeting with constituents in Birstall, West YorkshireUnited Kingdom. A woman suffered serious injuries; a man was slightly wounded. West Yorkshire police have arrested a 52-year-old male suspect. (NBC News) (ABC News)(BBC) (Reuters) (The Guardian) 
    6. European migrant crisis Nigerien authorities discover the bodies of 34 migrants, mostly children, left behind in the Sahara desert by people smugglers who were taking them to Algeria and then to Europe(The Guardian) 
    7. 7 killed plus suspect killed A Ugandan soldier kills at least seven people in a shooting spree at a military police barracks in the capital, Kampala. The soldier, Sgt Isaac Obua, was then shot dead himself. He is reported to have been drunk. (BBC) 
    *Timeline



    *Sources


    Seattle times

    Mosque threats: Police are trying to determine if the man who allegedly threatened to shoot up a North Seattle mosque also threatened a mosque in Redmond.

    Inglemoor High School reopens today after being closed yesterday because ofthreats posted to social media. Sheriff's deputies will be at the Kenmore school. 

    "The filthy ways of the west": While the Orlando gunman's victims texted heartbreaking last words to loved ones, he searched for news of the attack on Facebook and raged against the country he was born in.