The tent of his sock fell in Saranda, the 22-year-old died in the hospital
Shooting at US 4th of July parade, one dead reported
Infections are decreasing, but there are two deaths from Covid-19 in the country
The hearing for "Babale" is postponed, Salianji: There was no criminal offense, I filed a complaint
Shots fired in Radhima, suspected to injure
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■ How will the war in Ukraine end? Some Ukrainian officials have vowed to fight until the country is liberated from Russian troops, but France and Italy have suggested a territorial compromise to win the peace.
. Two Russian soldiers pleaded guilty in Ukraine to a war crimes trial.
. Russian forces targeted the last gas distribution center in Luhansk, leaving the province without natural gas. There is also no electricity or centralized water system, an official said.
. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang raised concerns about the economic effects of the country's "zero Covid" policies.
. Most people with healthy immune systems are more likely to avoid serious diseases that come from monkeypox. But babies and adults may be at higher risk.
■ Colombia is ready to elect its first leftist leader on Sunday, a former rebel who has a wave of support from young voters.
■ After a two-week investigation, the Palestinian Authority has accused Israeli soldiers of deliberately killing Shireen Abu Akleh, a veteran Palestinian-American journalist.
■ The Gambia will prosecute Yahya Jammeh, its former president, who is accused of cruelty.
. British authorities have authorized criminal charges against actor Kevin Spacey on four counts of sexual assault. He cannot be formally charged unless he enters England or Wales.
. The former head of the Louvre was charged in an investigation into the trafficking of Egyptian antiquities.
. A team of geneticists and archaeologists successfully listed the genome of a man who died in Pompeii during the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD.