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  • 10 June 2018: New study of endangered whale shark youth shows vital habitat similarities
  • 6 June 2018: Microsoft announces plan to acquire GitHub for US$7.5 billion
  • 3 June 2018: Pakistani President signs bill to merge Federally Administered Tribal Areas with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
  • 1 June 2018: Photo report: Anime North convention brings fans to Toronto
  • 30 May 2018: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Provincial Assembly votes to merge with Pakistani Federally Administered Tribal Areas
  • 29 May 2018: European football: Real Madrid wins third consecutive Champions League beating Liverpool 3-1
  • 28 May 2018: Korean leaders Moon and Kim meet days after NK-US summit cancellation
  • 27 May 2018: Pakistan’s National Assembly passes bill to merge Federally Administered Tribal Areas with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
  • 27 May 2018: Ireland votes to overturn 35-year-old constitutional ban on abortion
  • 26 May 2018: South African cricketer AB de Villiers announces international retirement

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  • Pakistani President signs bill to merge Federally Administered Tribal Areas with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
  • Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Provincial Assembly votes to merge with Pakistani Federally Administered Tribal Areas
  • Pakistan’s National Assembly passes bill to merge Federally Administered Tribal Areas with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
  • Photo report: Anime North convention brings fans to Toronto
  • Dublin mayor suggests not sending Irish representative to Israel for Eurovision 2019; two European Parliament lawmakers support boycott
  • Netta wins Eurovision Song Contest for Israel
  • Hawaii’s K?lauea volcano releases ash plumes to 30,000 feet, prompting aviation alerts
  • Deadly fire below US President’s Trump Tower residence
  • Thirteen-year-old boy in Los Angeles, California thanks city personnel for rescue from sewage pipe
  • Microsoft announces plan to acquire GitHub for US$7.5 billion
  • Software giant Adobe Systems to acquire Magento Commerce for US$1.68 billion
  • Charles Lazarus, founder of US-based toy retail giant Toys ‘R’ Us, dies at 94
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  • Principal, teacher arrested for allegedly whipping two students late for school in Ayetoro, Nigeria
  • India: Jammu and Kashmir government orders private tuitions to shut down for 90 days
  • United States: Two dead in Kentucky high school shooting
  • New study of endangered whale shark youth shows vital habitat similarities
  • Woolworths, Australia moves single-use plastic bags ban date to June 20
  • Kenyan conservancy euthanises last male northern white rhino; only two females remain
  • Hawaii’s K?lauea volcano releases ash plumes to 30,000 feet, prompting aviation alerts
  • Healthy cloned monkeys born in Shanghai
  • British surfers catch more than waves: Scientists find antibiotic-resistant bacteria
  • 28-year-old Swedish electronic dance music artist Avicii dies in Oman
  • K-pop band 100%’s lead singer Seo Minwoo dies
  • Charles Lazarus, founder of US-based toy retail giant Toys ‘R’ Us, dies at 94
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  • Pakistani President signs bill to merge Federally Administered Tribal Areas with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
  • Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Provincial Assembly votes to merge with Pakistani Federally Administered Tribal Areas
  • Korean leaders Moon and Kim meet days after NK-US summit cancellation
  • New study of endangered whale shark youth shows vital habitat similarities
  • Microsoft Office 12 will support PDFs
  • Microsoft announces plan to acquire GitHub for US$7.5 billion
  • South African cricketer AB de Villiers announces international retirement
  • Italian club Napoli appoints Carlo Ancelotti as new manager
  • US National Football League to fine teams if athletes kneel during national anthem
  • Airborne sedan smashes into dental office in Santa Ana, California, US
  • Wikinews interviews producer of horror film ‘6:66PM’
  • India Supreme Court overrules High Court: rivers Yamuna, Ganga no longer living entities
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  • South African cricketer AB de Villiers announces international retirement
  • Commonwealth confirms receiving Zimbabwe’s application to rejoin the bloc
  • Swaziland’s King Mswati III signs gazette to rename country to eSwatini
  • India: Jodhpur police arrests man for ‘sacrificing’ four-year-old daughter for Allah
  • Pakistani President signs bill to merge Federally Administered Tribal Areas with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
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  • Woolworths, Australia moves single-use plastic bags ban date to June 20
  • Sydney experiences hottest March day in 35 years
  • Australia bars North Korea’s U-19 football team from entering country citing ‘illegal nuclear programmes’
  • Fifteen states sue United States President Donald Trump for cancelling program for undocumented immigrant minors
  • Gunmen murder Honduran indigenous leader Berta Cáceres
  • Guatemalan Supreme Court approves impeachment of President Molina
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  • European football: Real Madrid wins third consecutive Champions League beating Liverpool 3-1
  • Ireland votes to overturn 35-year-old constitutional ban on abortion
  • Italian club Napoli appoints Carlo Ancelotti as new manager
  • Dublin mayor suggests not sending Irish representative to Israel for Eurovision 2019; two European Parliament lawmakers support boycott
  • German beer company Eichbaum issues public apology for printing Saudi Arabian flag on beer bottle caps
  • 28-year-old Swedish electronic dance music artist Avicii dies in Oman
  • Microsoft announces plan to acquire GitHub for US$7.5 billion
  • Photo report: Anime North convention brings fans to Toronto
  • Software giant Adobe Systems to acquire Magento Commerce for US$1.68 billion
  • Margot Duhalde, Chile’s first female military pilot, dies aged 97
  • Chile: Pope Francis stirs outrage with ‘slander’ comment
  • Italian court sentences Brazilian footballer Robinho to nine years for 2013 sexual assault


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