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Three killed, including a police officer, in a shooting outside of Denver

A shooting in a shopping district just outside of Denver left three killed, including the suspect and a police officer. The policeman was identified Monday night as Officer Gordon Beesley. He worked as a school resource officer at Oberon Middle School. Another person, possibly a bystander, was fatally shot.

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The newest model Boeing 737 MAX 10 completed its first test flight

A Boeing 737 MAX 10, the newest model produced by the company, completed its first test flight Friday. The aircraft took off from Renton at 10:07 local time in Seattle. The only people on board were the two pilots, Jennifer Henderson and Jim Webb.

American Airlines Group Inc. will jump in electric flying taxis business

American Airlines Group Inc. plans to invest $25 million in Vertical Aerospace Group Ltd., a U.K.-based electric aircraft startup. The world’s largest carrier by traffic said it would buy as many as 250 of Vertical’s planned flying taxis which are electric and take off and land vertically like helicopters.

Microsoft announced an event entirely dedicated to Windows, this month

Microsoft is holding a digital event on June 24 in which it will "unveil the next generation of Windows," as the company wrote on invitations sent.

Autonomous electric vessels called roboats are tested on the Amsterdam’s waterways

Amsterdam’s more than 100 kilometers (60 miles) of waterways are to start hosting prototypes of futuristic boats — small, fully-autonomous electric vessels — to carry out tasks including transporting passengers and picking up garbage. They have to learn to maneuver through traffic in Amsterdam's canals.

AMD launched its Radeon RX 6000M series of mobile GPUs

AMD has announced its Radeon RX 6000M series of mobile GPUs, which is featuring the RDNA 2 architecture, available starting on June 1st. The actual release consists of three chips.

Ireland’s health care system was attacked on Friday by Conti ransomware

Conti ransomware, well-known to cyber researchers and listed by the Russian cybersecurity firm Kaspersky as number two on its list of top ransomware groups hit Ireland’s health care system on Friday.

Entertainement News

Ten thousand people gathered for music in Albania

The open-air Unum electronic music festival attracted ten thousand people in Albania for the June 3-7 artistic event featuring 50 international and local musicians. They jumped at the chance to hear nonstop music for five days at Thrown Sand beach, 75 kilometers (45 miles) northwest of the capital, Tirana.

Meghan and Harry have a second child, a baby girl

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have announced the birth of their second child. It’s a baby girl. Lilibet "Lili" Diana Mountbatten-Windsor was born on Friday morning in a hospital in Santa Barbara, California.

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has married fiancée

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has married fiancée Carrie Symond, an environmental advocate who works now for an animals-rights group. The "small ceremony" took place on Saturday afternoon.

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The newest model Boeing 737 MAX 10 completed its first test flight

A Boeing 737 MAX 10, the newest model produced by the company, completed its first test flight Friday. The aircraft took off from Renton at 10:07 local time in Seattle. The only people on board were the two pilots, Jennifer Henderson and Jim Webb.

Elon Musk influenced again the Bitcoin

The world’s largest cryptocurrency jumped as much as 10.2% to $38,903.23 after the latest tweet from Elon Musk.

American Airlines Group Inc. will jump in electric flying taxis business

American Airlines Group Inc. plans to invest $25 million in Vertical Aerospace Group Ltd., a U.K.-based electric aircraft startup. The world’s largest carrier by traffic said it would buy as many as 250 of Vertical’s planned flying taxis which are electric and take off and land vertically like helicopters.

Global Internet issue generated by the cloud computer company Fastly affected major websites on Tuesday

Dozens of major websites around the world, including CNN, Amazon, Target, Reddit, the Financial Times, the Guardian and even the UK government website were offline for around an hour on Tuesday morning. The affected websites returned “Error 503” messages.

Life

No wearing mask required at Disneyland in California beginning June 15

Disneyland theme park in California will be ending its mask requirements for fully vaccinated guests on June 15. The park also stated that it won't require guests to show proof of vaccination. Guests over the age of 2 who are not vaccinated will still be required to wear a mask.

Ferrari’s first in-house fashion collection

On Sunday, On Sunday it rolled out its first in-house fashion collection. The fashions, by creative director and former Armani designer Rocco Iannone, were on show at the Ferrari plant in Maranello on a modified assembly line, with sizes spanning XXXS to XXXL.

Tourists are at risk to be fined if they take sand from Sardinia beaches, in Italy

Authorities said on Saturday that 41 individuals had been reported for the theft of about 100kg (220lb) of items from Sardinia beaches, Italy.. They are facing fines of up to €3,000 (£2,580; $3,650) for removing beach sand and shells from the Italian island. The trade in Sardinian sand, pebbles and shells was made illegal in 2017.

Science

Researchers used light to examine pregnant women predicting complications

Researchers at the National Institutes of Health have developed a prototype device that could potentially diagnose pregnancy complications. It’s monitoring the oxygen level of the placenta. The device sends near-infrared light through the pregnant person’s abdomen.

China sent first astronauts crew to its space station in construction

Three Chinese astronauts - Nie Haisheng, Liu Boming and Tang Hongbo – are the first crew sent to the country new space station in construction, from a launch pad in the Gobi Desert.

A seat to a spaceflight with Jeff Bezos on the Blue Origin was auctioned

Jeff Bezos’ space venture Blue Origin auctioned off a seat Saturday on its first crewed spaceflight scheduled on July 20. Nearly 7,600 people from 159 countries registered to take part in the auction. The winning bidder, whose name wasn’t released, will fly to the edge of space with the Amazon founder and his brother Mark.

American Airlines Group Inc. will jump in electric flying taxis business

American Airlines Group Inc. plans to invest $25 million in Vertical Aerospace Group Ltd., a U.K.-based electric aircraft startup. The world’s largest carrier by traffic said it would buy as many as 250 of Vertical’s planned flying taxis which are electric and take off and land vertically like helicopters.

Metformin, a drug for diabetes, could help in treatment of difficile Covid-19 cases

In a study published online June 8, 2021 in the journal Immunity, a multi-institution team led by researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine identified a molecular mechanism for the anti-inflammatory activity of metformin, an anti-diabetes drug used by millions.

Health

Researchers at the National Institutes of Health have developed a prototype device that could potentially diagnose pregnancy complications. It’s monitoring the oxygen level of the placenta. The device sends near-infrared light through the pregnant person’s abdomen.
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News in Europe

The U.S. tourists are now allowed to visit Europe

The 27 EU ambassadors based in Brussels recommended on Wednesday that the region allow nonessential travelers from eight new territories: the U.S., Albania, North Macedonia, Serbia, Lebanon, Taiwan, Macau and Hong Kong.

Lawmakers in Hungary banned content portraying homosexuality to minors

Lawmakers in Hungary passed legislation Tuesday that prohibits sharing with minors any content portraying homosexuality or sex reassignment. Hungary's National Assembly passed the bill on a 157-1 vote.

Ferrari’s first in-house fashion collection

On Sunday, On Sunday it rolled out its first in-house fashion collection. The fashions, by creative director and former Armani designer Rocco Iannone, were on show at the Ferrari plant in Maranello on a modified assembly line, with sizes spanning XXXS to XXXL.

Denmark star Christian Eriksen is in stable condition after he collapsed on the stadium at Euro 2020

Denmark star Christian Eriksen collapsed during the first half of Denmark's opening Euro 2020 match against Finland in Copenhagen, Saturday.

News in USA

Three killed, including a police officer, in a shooting outside of Denver

A shooting in a shopping district just outside of Denver left three killed, including the suspect and a police officer. The policeman was identified Monday night as Officer Gordon Beesley. He worked as a school resource officer at Oberon Middle School. Another person, possibly a bystander, was fatally shot.

A tornado produced big damage in the Chicago suburbs of Naperville and Woodridge

A tornado touched down in the Chicago suburbs of Naperville and Woodridge in the overnight hours. It was the most intense tornado this area has seen in a long time. It caused severe damage to some of the homes in the area.

Terrible accident due to Claudette, on Interstate 65 in Butler County

Ten people - including nine children - have been killed after in a crash involving 18 vehicles in the storm-hit US state of Alabama on Interstate 65 in Butler County on Saturday.

Several cyclists were injured after a pickup truck drove into a bike race in Arizona

The driver of a Ford Super Duty pickup truck hit a group of cyclists at the annual 58-mile (93-kilometer) Bike the Bluff bicycle race in Show Low, Arizona, on Saturday. He drove his truck directly and intentionally into the group.

International News

The U.S. tourists are now allowed to visit Europe

The 27 EU ambassadors based in Brussels recommended on Wednesday that the region allow nonessential travelers from eight new territories: the U.S., Albania, North Macedonia, Serbia, Lebanon, Taiwan, Macau and Hong Kong.

Benjamin Netanyahu was replaced as Prime Minister in Israel

Benjamin Netanyahu has lost the power his 12-year in Israel after 12 years. The parliament voted a new coalition government with a thin majority of 60-59. Right-wing nationalist Naftali Bennett will be PM until September 2023.

Two British women were attacked by a crocodile in the Manialtepec lagoon, Mexico

Two British women are recovering from a crocodile attack in the Manialtepec lagoon near the surf and beach destination of Puerto Escondido in Oaxaca state along Mexico’s southern Pacific coast. The attack occurred late Sunday when the two Britons were swimming
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Three killed, including a police officer, in a shooting outside of Denver

A shooting in a shopping district just outside of Denver left three killed, including the suspect and a police officer. The policeman was identified Monday night as Officer Gordon Beesley. He worked as a school resource officer at Oberon Middle School. Another person, possibly a bystander, was fatally shot.

A tornado produced big damage in the Chicago suburbs of Naperville and Woodridge

A tornado touched down in the Chicago suburbs of Naperville and Woodridge in the overnight hours. It was the most intense tornado this area has seen in a long time. It caused severe damage to some of the homes in the area.

A “tense” food situation in North Korea was recognized by the leader Kim Jong-un

Kim Jong-un, the North Korean leader, issued a rare warning about a “tense” food situation brought about by extensive flooding, the coronavirus pandemic and international sanctions.He said resolving the food shortage is “a top priority.”

Terrible accident due to Claudette, on Interstate 65 in Butler County

Ten people - including nine children - have been killed after in a crash involving 18 vehicles in the storm-hit US state of Alabama on Interstate 65 in Butler County on Saturday.

Researchers used light to examine pregnant women predicting complications

Researchers at the National Institutes of Health have developed a prototype device that could potentially diagnose pregnancy complications. It’s monitoring the oxygen level of the placenta. The device sends near-infrared light through the pregnant person’s abdomen.

Several cyclists were injured after a pickup truck drove into a bike race in Arizona

The driver of a Ford Super Duty pickup truck hit a group of cyclists at the annual 58-mile (93-kilometer) Bike the Bluff bicycle race in Show Low, Arizona, on Saturday. He drove his truck directly and intentionally into the group.

One of Biden’s dogs has died

President Biden’s elder German Sheperd dog Champ has died aged 13. "Our hearts are heavy today as we let you all know that our beloved German shepherd, Champ, passed away peacefully at home. He was our constant, cherished companion during the last 13 years and was adored by the entire Biden family.

The newest model Boeing 737 MAX 10 completed its first test flight

A Boeing 737 MAX 10, the newest model produced by the company, completed its first test flight Friday. The aircraft took off from Renton at 10:07 local time in Seattle. The only people on board were the two pilots, Jennifer Henderson and Jim Webb.

A strong storm is threatening 14 million people from Louisiana to Georgia this weekend

The majority of computer model guidance suggests the center of this system will move inland on the northern or northwestern Gulf Coast late Friday or early Saturday.

One deceased, many injured, in a drive-by-shootings series in Phoenix-area

The same suspect vehicle - a white SUV - is believed to be involved in at least eight total shooting incidents in an apparent drive-by shooting spree around 20 miles northwest of downtown Phoenix, Arizona, over the course of a 90-minute period ,Thursday morning.

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Three killed, including a police officer, in a shooting outside of Denver

A shooting in a shopping district just outside of Denver left three killed, including the suspect and a police officer. The policeman was identified Monday night as Officer Gordon Beesley. He worked as a school resource officer at Oberon Middle School. Another person, possibly a bystander, was fatally shot.

A tornado produced big damage in the Chicago suburbs of Naperville and Woodridge

A tornado touched down in the Chicago suburbs of Naperville and Woodridge in the overnight hours. It was the most intense tornado this area has seen in a long time. It caused severe damage to some of the homes in the area.

A “tense” food situation in North Korea was recognized by the leader Kim Jong-un

Kim Jong-un, the North Korean leader, issued a rare warning about a “tense” food situation brought about by extensive flooding, the coronavirus pandemic and international sanctions.He said resolving the food shortage is “a top priority.”

Terrible accident due to Claudette, on Interstate 65 in Butler County

Ten people - including nine children - have been killed after in a crash involving 18 vehicles in the storm-hit US state of Alabama on Interstate 65 in Butler County on Saturday.

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