EURONEWS TODAY | The news for Monday, June 24

EURONEWS TODAY | The news for Monday, June 24
EURONEWS TODAY | The news for Monday, June 24

Euronews Today offers you the daily summary of current events: At least 15 police officers and several civilians have died after an attack in Russia. Netanyahu, closer to accepting a “partial agreement.” Olaf Scholz calls for a vote against the extreme right in France.

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These are the main headlines of the day that we have selected for you in our express newsletter Euronews Today:

Gunmen opened fire on Sunday at two Orthodox churches, a synagogue and a police post in two cities, according to authorities, in simultaneous attacks in the Russian region of Dagestanin the North Caucasus.

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Among the dead there were two children who were hit by missile debris Ukrainians shot down over a coastal area in the port city of Sevastopol, in the Crimea region, annexed by Russia.

An Israeli airstrike in Gaza targeted against a help center of the UN agency for Palestinian refugees, UNRWA, killed at least eight people on Sunday.

The German Chancellor Olaf Scholzhas expressed his concern about the upcoming French elections, after the success of the far right in the European elections. Marine Le Pen’s party is in the lead according to the polls with a vote forecast of 36%, close to the absolute majority in Parliament.

In the video DO NOT COMMENT of the day we offer you the best images of the tributes to Diego Armando Maradona in Argentina on the occasion of the anniversary of the ‘goal of the century’.

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