Thursday, June 15, 2017

Daily Misfortune Thursday, June 15, 2017

Daily Misfortune Thursday, June 15, 2017 --- ===
Monthly Misfortune June 2017 ---

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



    1. Several shots fired at truck flying 'Make America Great Again' flag on I-465
    2. Thursday, June 15, 2017
    3. wkp: On June 15, 2017, Handel's home was the target of a "suspicious package" containing a "white powdery substance" and a threatening letter. Several of Handel's neighbors received similar suspicious packages in the mail. Handel stated, "it is frustrating that my neighbors have been affected in this way. Steve and I know that running for public office often brings these kinds of challenges, but our neighbors did not sign up for this."[54][55] The FBI was called in to investigate.[56] Threatening letter sent to congressional candidate's home ... - 11 hours ago - Envelopes containing threatening letters and white powder were sent to the homes of Georgia politician Karen Handel and her neighbors and ... 
    4. Armed conflicts and attacks
    5. War in Afghanistan
    6. June 2017 Kabul mosque attack
    7. A terrorist attack, involving a blast and gunfire, occurs at a Shia mosque in Kabul, Afghanistan, killing several people. (BBC)Disasters and accidents
    8. 2017 Xuzhou kindergarten bombing
    9. An explosion at a kindergarten in Fengxian, Jiangsu Province, China, kills seven people and injures 66. (CNN)Law and crime
    10. Parliament of Japan
    11. The Japanese Diet passes an anti-terrorism law that has been accused by critics as a threat to freedom(The Guardian)(CNN)
    Politics and elections


    Pro-Trump group to protest at Evergreen State College amid campus furor The Evergreen State College is suspending operations at 3 p.m. today, citing "potential disruptions" from planned protests by the Patriot Prayer group, which is enraged by what it portrays as political correctness gone wild at the college. At least two groups have planned counter-protests. The interruption won't affect classes, which ended last week.

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