Thursday, July 7, 2016

Daily Misfortune Friday, July 1, 2016

Daily Misfortune Friday, July 1, 2016 --- ===
Monthly Misfortune July 2016 ---

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

Headlines:
  1. 29 killed including 5 suspect terrorists 2016 Gulshan Banglades attack Gunmen storm a restaurant, exchange fire with security, and take at least twenty hostages in the Gulshan neighborhood of Dhaka,Bangladesh. 29 people were killed, including 20 hostages (18 foreigners and 2 locals), 2 police officers; later, 5 gunmen, a chef of the bakery and later at hospital, an assistant of a chef. The Islamic State claims responsibility. (ABC News) (CNN) (USA Today) 
  2. War in Somalia At least six people are shot and killed and several people wounded by suspected Al-Shabaab militants who ambushed two buses in Mandera,Kenya, near the Somalian border. (Al Jazeera) (AP)
  3. Israeli–Palestinian conflict A Palestinian woman, in what was construed to be an attempt to stab Israeli Border Police officers at the entrance to the Tomb of the Patriarchs in Hebron, is shot and later dies. (PNN)(The Times of Israel)
  4. In response to violence in the Hebron area, including the killing yesterday of a 13-year-old Jewish girl asleep in her home in the Kiryat Arbasettlement by a Palestinian assailant, the Israel Defense Forces places a closure on Hebron, brings additional troops to the area and announces a cut to tax funds it collects for the Palestinian Authority, saying it would deduct the amount the Palestinian leadership pays to the families of militants. (Al Jazeera) (The Times of Israel)
  5. A 63 year old Palestinian man dies during a clash at the Qalandiya checkpoint; Palestinian sources claim his death was due to tear gas inhalation while Israeli sources say the man suffered a fatal heart attack. (Ma'an) (The Times of Israel)
  6. Rabbi Michael Mark is murdered and his two children badly injured when terrorists shoot at his car on the highway south of Hebron.(The Jerusalem Post) (The Times of Israel)
  7. Palestinian militants fire two rockets into Israel from the Gaza Strip; one explodes outside a preschool in the town of Sderot, causing damage to property but no injuries, and the second rocket exploded in an open area in the Sha'ar Hanegev region. (The Times of Israel)Arts and culture
  8. Four Hungarian Defence Force soldiers are killed and one is injured following an explosion at a military firing range in eastern Hungary(Reuters)
  9. Taiwan's navy mistakenly launches a supersonic Hsiung Feng III missile towards China, killing one person and injuring three in a Taiwanese fishing boat. (BBC) (The Guardian)
  10. Canada announces that it will deploy 1,000 soldiers of the Canadian Armed Forces to Latvia to bolster one of the four NATO battalions stationed there. (The Guardian)
  11. Crime in the PhilippinesPhilippine Drug War Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte urges Filipino citizens to murder people suspected of using illegal drugs(The Guardian)
  12. Causeway Bay Books disappearances Thousands of people take to the streets of Hong Kong, demanding answers over China's alleged abduction of five booksellers in late 2015 and that Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying resign from office. (The Guardian)

Detail:

  1. 29 killed including 5 suspect terrorists 2016 Gulshan Banglades attack Gunmen storm a restaurant, exchange fire with security, and take at least twenty hostages in the Gulshan neighborhood of Dhaka,Bangladesh. 29 people were killed, including 20 hostages (18 foreigners and 2 locals), 2 police officers; later, 5 gunmen, a chef of the bakery and later at hospital, an assistant of a chef. The Islamic State claims responsibility. (ABC News) (CNN) (USA Today) 
  2. War in Somalia At least six people are shot and killed and several people wounded by suspected Al-Shabaab militants who ambushed two buses in Mandera,Kenya, near the Somalian border. (Al Jazeera) (AP)
  3. Israeli–Palestinian conflict A Palestinian woman, in what was construed to be an attempt to stab Israeli Border Police officers at the entrance to the Tomb of the Patriarchs in Hebron, is shot and later dies. (PNN)(The Times of Israel)
  4. In response to violence in the Hebron area, including the killing yesterday of a 13-year-old Jewish girl asleep in her home in the Kiryat Arbasettlement by a Palestinian assailant, the Israel Defense Forces places a closure on Hebron, brings additional troops to the area and announces a cut to tax funds it collects for the Palestinian Authority, saying it would deduct the amount the Palestinian leadership pays to the families of militants. (Al Jazeera) (The Times of Israel)
  5. A 63 year old Palestinian man dies during a clash at the Qalandiya checkpoint; Palestinian sources claim his death was due to tear gas inhalation while Israeli sources say the man suffered a fatal heart attack. (Ma'an) (The Times of Israel)
  6. Rabbi Michael Mark is murdered and his two children badly injured when terrorists shoot at his car on the highway south of Hebron.(The Jerusalem Post) (The Times of Israel)
  7. Palestinian militants fire two rockets into Israel from the Gaza Strip; one explodes outside a preschool in the town of Sderot, causing damage to property but no injuries, and the second rocket exploded in an open area in the Sha'ar Hanegev region. (The Times of Israel)Arts and culture
  8. Four Hungarian Defence Force soldiers are killed and one is injured following an explosion at a military firing range in eastern Hungary. (Reuters)
  9. Taiwan's navy mistakenly launches a supersonic Hsiung Feng III missile towards China, killing one person and injuring three in a Taiwanese fishing boat. (BBC) (The Guardian)
  10. Canada announces that it will deploy 1,000 soldiers of the Canadian Armed Forces to Latvia to bolster one of the four NATO battalions stationed there. (The Guardian)
  11. Crime in the Philippines; Philippine Drug War Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte urges Filipino citizens to murder people suspected of using illegal drugs. (The Guardian)
  12. Causeway Bay Books disappearances Thousands of people take to the streets of Hong Kong, demanding answers over China's alleged abduction of five booksellers in late 2015 and that Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying resign from office. (The Guardian)

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