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Trump rally shooting is being investigated as an assassination attempt, officials say

Trump rally shooting is being investigated as an assassination attempt, officials say

BUTLER, Pa. (AP) — Donald Trump was the target of an apparent assassination attempt Saturday at a Pennsylvania rally and said afterward that he was shot in the ear.
An Israeli attack targeting the Hamas military commander kills at least 71 in southern Gaza

An Israeli attack targeting the Hamas military commander kills at least 71 in southern Gaza

KHAN YOUNIS, Gaza Strip (AP) — Israel said it targeted Hamas’ shadowy military commander in a massive strike Saturday in the crowded southern Gaza Strip that killed at least 71 people, according to local health officials.
The collapse of a school in northern Nigeria leaves 22 students dead, officials say

The collapse of a school in northern Nigeria leaves 22 students dead, officials say

ABUJA, Nigeria (AP) — A two-story school collapsed during morning classes Friday in north-central Nigeria, killing 22 students and sending rescuers on a frantic search for more than 100 people trapped in the rubble, authorities said.
Barbora Krejcikova wins Wimbledon for her second Grand Slam trophy by beating Jasmine Paolini

Barbora Krejcikova wins Wimbledon for her second Grand Slam trophy by beating Jasmine Paolini

LONDON (AP) — Barbora Krejcikova kept insisting that nobody — not her friends, not her family, not even herself — would believe she won Wimbledon for her second Grand Slam title.
Missing Polish coal miner found alive more than two days after an earthquake

Missing Polish coal miner found alive more than two days after an earthquake

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — A miner who went missing after an earthquake shook Poland's Rydultowy coal mine has been found alive more than two days after the accident that killed one and injured 17 other workers, local officials said Saturday.
A Pakistani court acquits ex-PM Khan but supporters' hopes of his release are dashed

A Pakistani court acquits ex-PM Khan but supporters' hopes of his release are dashed

ISLAMABAD (AP) — A Pakistani court on Saturday overturned the convictions and seven-year sentences of former Prime Minister Imran Khan and his wife, but officials quickly moved to prevent his release from prison.
Princess of Wales set to attend Wimbledon men's final on Sunday in rare public appearance

Princess of Wales set to attend Wimbledon men's final on Sunday in rare public appearance

LONDON (AP) — The Princess of Wales is set to attend the Wimbledon men's final on Sunday in a rare public appearance after her cancer diagnosis.
Rescuers recover first body from 2 buses that were hit by landslide and fell into a river in Nepal

Rescuers recover first body from 2 buses that were hit by landslide and fell into a river in Nepal

KATHMANDU, Nepal (AP) — Rescuers in Nepal recovered Saturday the first body after a landslide swept away two buses, pushing them into a raging river a day earlier, authorities said.
Peter Navarro, Trump ex-aide jailed for contempt of Congress, will address RNC, AP sources say

Peter Navarro, Trump ex-aide jailed for contempt of Congress, will address RNC, AP sources say

NEW YORK (AP) — Former White House trade advisor Peter Navarro , who is currently in jail on contempt of Congress charges, is expected to speak at next week's Republican National Convention just hours after his release.
California reports first wildfire death of the 2024 season as fires persist across the West

California reports first wildfire death of the 2024 season as fires persist across the West

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Wildfires fueled by strong winds and an extended heat wave have led to the first death in California of the 2024 season, while wind-whipped flames in Arizona have forced hundreds to flee from what tribal leaders are calling the “