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Daily Misfortune Thursday, June 29, 2017

Daily Misfortune Thursday, June 29, 2017 --- ===
Monthly Misfortune June 2017 ---

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


  1. Man shot, killed by Volusia County deputy had grabbed officer's Taser ... Orlando Sentinel Jun 29, 2017 - The Volusia County Sheriff's Office is investigating a deputy-involved shooting in Deltona. Volusia County Sheriff’s deputy shot and killed a man Thursday after he took hold of an officer’s Taser, officials said. It happened after deputies went to the RaceTrac gas station at 2001 Saxon Blvd. about 4:20 p.m. for a report of a suspicious man “running around shirtless” in the store’s bathroom for about an hour and a half, 
  2. 2017 Créteil mosque incident (delete wikipedia) A man attempts to run over pedestrians outside a mosque in Créteil, France. (BBC)   Paris mosque: Driver arrested after attempting to ram crowd -  Jun 30, 2017 - . "to take revenge for the Bataclan and Champs-Elysees" attacks. ... to go down another route but hit an obstacle and fled," police said.  Driver arrested after trying to ram a car into crowd of people outside ... Telegraph  Jun 30, 2017 - French mosque attack Credit: Clément Martin/Twitter ... driving a 4x4 vehicle hit cones and barriers placed to protect the mosque of Créteil.  Paris mosque incident: Man tries to ram car into crowd of Muslim ... Independent Jun 29, 2017 - Police secure a mosque in Creteil near Paris after the attack last night ... trying to ram a car into a crowd outside a mosque in a suburb of Paris. Man tries to drive car into crowd in front of French mosque, police say ... Guardian  Jun 29, 2017 - The man said he had wanted to avenge attacks linked to Islamic State that have killed dozens in Paris over ... A man has been arrested after trying to drive a car into a crowd in front of amosque in the Paris suburb of Creteil, ...
  3. Charra Pani cable car accident At least twelve people die and two others are injured after a cable car falls nearly 500 feet into a ditch in Charra Pani, Galyat, Pakistan. (Pakistan Point News)International relations
  4. Taiwan–United States relations The United States plans to sell Taiwan $1.42 billion in arms, the first such sale under the administration of Donald Trump. (Reuters)
  5. Crime in Argentina A car knocks down the security fences of the Pink House, the Presidential Palace of Argentina, and then stops in front of the building's gate. The authorities reported that the driver of the vehicle had psychiatric disorders and that, in addition, the security personnel present at the time of the incident was separated from his position. It was also learned that this fact took place on 21 June. (El Universo) (Infobae)
  6. Child sexual abuse in Australia Victoria Police charge Cardinal George Pell, the Prefect of the Secretariat for the Economy, and the third most senior official of the Catholic Church, with historic child sex offences. Pell will be required to attend hearings at the Melbourne Magistrates Court in Australia on July 19. (ABC News Australia) The Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney says Cardinal Pell "strenuously denies" these sexual assault charges. (Reuters)
  7. Aftermath of the assassination of Boris Nemtsov A jury trial convicts five individuals accused of working together to assassinate Boris Nemtsov. These individuals had been promised a bounty of 15 million Russian rubles. Critics say the original financiers and organizers of the crime have not been identified. (Reuters)Politics and elections
  8. Gun laws in the Czech Republic The Chamber of Deputies of the Czech Republic passes a Czech Social Democratic Party-proposed amendment to the constitution, giving citizens the right to acquire, possess and carry firearms for the purpose of security. The constitutional amendment will now go to the Senate, where it is expected to pass. (BBC)



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