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  • Sunday, June 23, 2024
    Priest, at least 6 police officers killed after gunmen attack synagogue and church in Russia, reports say - CBS News
    A synagogue, an Orthodox church and a police post were targeted by gunmen in a coordinated series of attacks in Russia's southernmost Dagestan province on Sunday night. Local reports citing the province's interior ministry said at least six police officers have been killed and 12 others wounded.The attacks took place in Dagestan's largest city, Makhachkala, and in the coastal city of Derbent.A 66-year-old Russian Orthodox priest was also killed in the attacks, the spokeswoman for Dagestan's interior ministry, Gayana Gariyeva, ...
  • Sunday, June 23, 2024
    Sharks acquire forward Egor Afanasyev from Nashville Predators | San Jose Sharks - NHL.com
    San Jose Sharks (@SanJoseSharks[1]) General Manager Mike Grier announced today that the club has acquired forward Egor Afanasyev from the Nashville Predators in exchange for forward Ozzy Wiesblatt.Afanasyev, 23, led the Milwaukee Admirals of the American Hockey League (AHL) with 54 points and 27 goals and finished third on the club with 27 assists in 56 games during the 2023-24 season. He recorded his first professional hat trick Nov. 8 vs. Toronto and finished the regular season with 14 multi-point ...
  • Sunday, June 23, 2024
    Gunmen kill at least six police and a priest in attacks in Russia’s Dagestan - The Guardian
    Gunmen opened fire in two cities in Russia’s north Caucasus region of Dagestan, targeting a synagogue, two Orthodox churches and a police post and killing at least six police officers and a priest, officials said.In the city of Derbent, gunmen attacked a synagogue, home to a Jewish community in the predominantly Muslim region. Russia’s state media Tass said the attackers also shot at two nearby Orthodox churches, killing a police officer and a priest.Footage published on social media from Derbent ...
  • Sunday, June 23, 2024
    Gunmen Kill 6 Cops, A Priest In Russia's Dagestan, Says Counter Terror Agency - NDTV
    The ministry spokesman also said a 66-year-old Orthodox priest was killed in DerbentGunmen in Russia's North Caucasus region of Dagestan on Sunday launched attacks on religious buildings, killing at least seven police officers, a national guard officer and a priest, officials said.The attacks took place in Dagestan's largest city of Makhachkala and in the coastal city of Derbent, where gunfights were ongoing Sunday evening.Russia's Investigative Committee said it had opened criminal probes over "acts of terror" in Dagestan, a largely ...
  • Sunday, June 23, 2024
    Ukraine, Russia trade lethal attacks - Voice of America - VOA News
    Ukraine and Russia traded new lethal attacks Sunday as their war neared the 28-month mark.Five people, including two children, were killed by falling debris and another 124 were wounded when Russian forces shot down five Ukrainian missiles in Sevastopol, a Black Sea port city in Russian-occupied Crimea, officials said.In a separate attack, one person was killed and three injured in Russia's Belgorod region, bordering Ukraine, when three Ukrainian drones hit the city of Grayvoron.Sevastopol Governor Mikhail Razvozhayev said the attack ...
  • Sunday, June 23, 2024
    Deadly attacks on Dagestan synagogue and churches - BBC.com
    Gunmen in Russia's North Caucasus republic of Dagestan have killed six police officers in a series of attacks, security officials say.A synagogue, two churches and a police checkpoint were targeted in the cities of Derbent and Makhachkala. Twelve other officers were wounded.A Russian Orthodox priest has also been killed and four attackers shot dead, state media report. The hunt for more gunmen is still ongoing.The assailants have not been identified, but Dagestan has in the past been the scene of ...
  • Sunday, June 23, 2024
    Russia blames U.S. for Ukrainian strikes that kill at least 5 and injure dozens in Crimea - NBC News
    Russia blamed Washington for a deadly strike on a strategic port in occupied Crimea on Sunday, claiming U.S.-supplied missiles were used in the attack. The strike left at least five people dead and dozens injured in one of the biggest attacks on the Russian-annexed peninsula in recent months.Russia’s Defense Ministry said four U.S.-provided Army Tactical Missile System (ATACMS) rockets, were intercepted over the city of Sevastopol, but fragments from the fifth rocket led to “numerous casualties among civilians” on the ...
  • Sunday, June 23, 2024
    Gunmen fire on targets in Russia's North Caucasus region, three killed, regional government says - Reuters
    Item 1 of 3 A view shows plumes of smoke rising, in Derbent, Russia, June 23, 2024, in this still image obtained from a video. VIDEO OBTAINED BY REUTERS/via REUTERS[1/3]A view shows plumes of smoke rising, in Derbent, Russia, June 23, 2024, in this still image obtained from a video. VIDEO OBTAINED BY REUTERS/via REUTERS Purchase Licensing RightsNew Tab, opens new tab[1]MOSCOW, June 23 (Reuters) - Gunmen opened fire at a synagogue, an Orthodox church and a police post in Russia's ...
  • Sunday, June 23, 2024
    Ukraine updates: Kyiv strikes Russia after Kharkiv attack – DW – 06/23/2024 - DW (English)
    06/23/2024June 23, 2024German politicians fight over deporting jobless UkrainiansGerman opposition politician Alexander Dobrindt on Sunday suggested that only Ukrainians who have found jobs in Germany should be allowed to stay in the country.His statement was immediately criticized by members of the ruling SPD and Green coalition parties.Dobrindt, who hails from Bavaria's conservative Christian Social Union (CSU)[1], told the German tabloid Bild am Sonntag that Berlin should tell Ukrainians here — "Work in Germany or return to a safe area in western Ukraine." ...

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