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Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein tells reporters about synagogue shooting near San Diego on Saturday.
The New York Giants' sixth-round pick Corey Ballentine is injured in a shooting in which his university team-mate Dwane Simmons is killed.
Avengers: Endgame is the fastest film ever to break the $1bn barrier, doing so in just five days.
Parts of Mozambique have been cut off barely a month after deadly Cyclone Idai hit the region.
A Greek-Cypriot army officer has confessed to killing seven women and girls, all of foreign descent.
Tales Soares, 26, dies after collapsing on the catwalk at São Paulo Fashion Week, organisers say.
Under a proposed new law, suspects could be sent to mainland China for trial.
One week after a string of deadly bombings, people gathered to worship outside of one of the buildings attacked on Easter Sunday.
Police say the father and two brothers of the suspected Easter bombings mastermind died in a raid.
President-elect Volodymyr Zelensky says the document would give people the "right to be arrested".
Kenya's Eliud Kipchoge runs the second fastest marathon in history to win the London Marathon as Britain's Mo Farah finishes fifth.
Auctioneers say the flask was "one of the most powerful and emotive" objects recovered from the Titanic.
Parties failed to met the electoral requirements, including a fee of $424,000 to field candidates.
Michael Wolf, known for his densely-packed images of Hong Kong and Tokyo, has died aged 64.
Scores of election workers have died, mostly of fatigue-related illnesses, an official says.