Corporate Dispatch End of Day News Roundup

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UN special envoy to Libya visits

Amid ongoing conflict in and around the capital, UNHCR spokesperson Rupert Colville expressed deep concern about the “ghastly conditions” in which migrants and refugees are kept in Libya. READ MORE HERE

Mayor Pete Buttigieg Campaigns in New York

A new poll released at the weekend has former Vice President Joe Biden at the top in Iowa of Democratic candidatews but Pete Buttiegieg registered big improvement. READ MORE HERE

Police shot a man at a train station in Malmo

Swedish police opened fire and injured a man at the central station in Malmo, in southern Sweden, after what was described as “threatening behavior”.READ MORE HERE

The return of displaced people from Koygouma to the Timbuktu region

Nearly 100 people have been killed in attack in a village in central Mali inhabited by the Dogon ethnic group. READ MORE HERE

EU institution buildings in Brussels

The European Commission is reviewing past money-laundering cases at EU banks to assess what went wrong and decide possible tweaks to rules. READ MORE HERE


Salvini speaks at election campaign rally for Lega candidate Mayor Alan Fabbri in Ferrara

The Italian centre right won the northern city of Ferrara, traditionally a stronghold for the left, for the first time in the post-War period. READ MORE HERE

blur cars dew drops

Parts of the UK could see a month’s worth of rainfall in a single day, forecasters have warned. READ MORE HERE

European Parliament election in Italy

Malta’s Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said Malta is supporting the nomination of the Socialists and Democrats, Frans Timmermans for the post of European Commission President. READ MORE HERE

Silent protest against rape in Kolkata

Six Indian men were found guilty on Monday over the notorious 2018 gang rape and murder in India of a young girl. READ MORE HERE

The magnificent Seven - Premiere - 73rd Venice Film Festival

Actor Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger have announced that they are officially married.READ MORE HERE

European Parliament in Strasbourg

On Monday the process will begin to replace Theresa May as leader of the ruling Conservative Party. READ MORE HERE

Flowers outside Belgian embassy

The Belgian tax authorities have announced plans to pay special attention to the tax returns of residents who have bank accounts abroad. READ MORE HERE


Family of murdered journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia files report which indicates a possible Latvian link to her murder. READ MORE HERE

Transport strike in Rome

The USB trade union announced tht workers at Rome’s public transport company ATAC are scheduled to engage in a 24-hour strike June 20. READ MORE HERE

Microsoft XBox 2019 briefing in Los Angeles

Xbox showcased a blockbuster lineup of 60 anticipated games for both console and PC in its Xbox E3 Briefing. READ MORE HERE

Cabinet meeting in Downing Street

British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt told Sky News that German Chancellor Angela Merkel had indicated the EU would be willing to renegotiate the Brexit divorce. READ MORE HERE

Norwegian Epic cruiser

A search has been called off in Mediterranean Sea for woman who fell off Norwegian Epic cruise ship in the weekend. READ MORE HERE


Pope Francis leads Mass of Pentecost

The Pope warned that the more people use online platforms the less social they become, and criticized the trend “to hurl adjectives” at each other. READ MORE HERE


Opposition protest in Tirana

The streets of Tirana were once more paralyzed Sunday as Albanian opposition leader Lulzim Basha again brought thousands of his supporters onto the streets. READ MORE HERE

NGO ship with 49 rescued migrants off Lampedusa

The risk of migrants and refugees becoming shipwrecked in the Mediterranean and dying at sea is the highest it has ever been due to a lack of NGO rescue ships and the conflict in Libya hastening departures at an alarming rate, the UN has warned. READ MORE HERE

Camp Fire in Northern California, the state's deadliest wildfire

A Brush fire in Southern California prompted the evacuation of two amusement parks, but so far no homes were threatened in the sparsely populated area. READ MORE HERE



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