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Over 1,500 refugees and migrants reach Spain | Al Jazeera English

Boats full of refugees and migrants continue to brave the treacherous waters of the Mediterranean in search of safety. More than 1,500 arrived in southern Spain over the weekend. These arrivals are in addition to 629 peo...

WHO: Gaming addiction ‘a mental health disorder’ | Al Jazeera English

The latest list of diseases published by the World Health Organization (WHO) includes addiction to video games. Doctors now recognise persistent and compulsive gaming behaviour as a mental health disorder. Some gamers pl...

Trump, North Korea and the G7: Dissecting political theatrics | The Listening Post (lead)

In the television and internet age, international summits are often studded with dramatics, especially where diplomacy and summit meetings are concerned. But two indelible images from two very different summits over the ...

Israel moves to ban filming soldiers after controversial videos | Al Jazeera English

The Israeli government has endorsed a bill that seeks to outlaw the filming of Israeli soldiers "for the sake of shaming them". It follows the release of a number of videos which the government has deemed harmful to the ...

Who controls Libya’s oil riches? | Inside Story

The battle to control the largest oil reserves in Africa has taken a new twist – which is turning off the lifeblood of the Libyan economy. Renewed fighting has shut down oil terminals and stopped oil tankers from loading...

Coalition of 50 US schools collects supplies for Syrian refugees | Al Jazeera English

Mark Grashow, a former school teacher, teamed up with the United Muslim Relief Organization to raise money and collect supplies to be sent to refugee camps. His organisation, Students Taking Action for Relief, is a coali...

Battle for Hudaida could make Yemen’s humanitarian crisis worse | Al Jazeera English

The battle for Yemen’s most strategic port city continues as Saudi and Emirati-backed forces battle Iranian-supported Houthis. Losing Hudaida would deal a serious blow to the rebels. It could also interrupt or cut off fo...

Playing football brings hope to amputees in Gaza | Al Jazeera English

As international football teams compete to qualify for the World Cup in Russia, a rehabilitation centre is helping some amputees in the occupied Palestinian territory Gaza play sport like everyone else. Hundreds of Pales...

Magnitude 6.1 earthquake hits Osaka; no tsunami warning issued

Elsewhere around the world, over in Japan. A magnitude six-point-one tremor shook up Osaka this morning. It's reported, three lives were lost due to the quake. Cha Sang-mi gets us up to speed with the developments. It wa...

Chinese air force conducts live fire drill at sea

A brigade of Chinese People's Liberation Army Aviation on Saturday conducted a two-day live fire drill in the sea area in the west of south China's Guangdong Province. The training aimed to improve the real combat abilit...

Japan earthquake kills at least three and injures hundreds

The quake struck Japan's second largest city on Monday morning… READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2018/06/18/ja... What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... euronews: the ...

Melania tells Donald: govern with your heart

Surprise intervention over Mexican border policing… READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2018/06/18/me... What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... euronews: the most watched...

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