“ Truth Lies Beyond Mainstream ”
An Apple I computer sells for US$671,000 at auction.
Thousands of people attend the beatification of Pino Puglisi, a Roman Catholic priest murdered by the Sicilian Mafia for speaking out against crime.
LGBT rights in Russia
Russia arrests 30 gay-rights supporters in Moscow after they attempt to hold a rally in spite of a law forbidding gay-rights demonstrations.
Fifty people are arrested ahead of a major rally against France's new law allowing same-sex marriage.
Spring Ford High School
A Spring Ford High School (Royersford, PA) senior, Julianne Siller, 17, is allegedly stabbed to death by her boyfriend, 16-year-old Tristan Stahley after a fight during a breakup.
A French anti-terror soldier is stabbed in the neck in a suspected copycat of the 2013 Woolwich attack.
British counter-terrorism police arrest a man who was a childhood friend of the terrorist Michael Adebolajo after he gives an interview to the BBC in which he claims that the MI5 had contacted him in the past.
The African Union celebrates its 50th anniversary.
Two freight trains collide in southeast Missouri, United States, causing a highway overpass to collapse.
Two people are killed when the US city of San Antonio, Texas, experiences heavy flooding.
48 people are rescued from a boat which was taking on water after it collided with a rock off the coast of Pembrokeshire, Wales.
A gas cylinder explodes on a school bus in the Pakistani city of Gujrat, killing at least 17 children.
Thousands of people across 36 countries rally in protest of genetically modified seed producer Monsanto.
Suspected Maoist rebels kill at least 27 people in an attack on a convoy of Indian National Congress politicians in Chhattisgarh, India.
A bomb explodes near a bus north of Baghdad, Iraq, killing six Iranians, one Iraqi, and wounding fourteen people.
Dozens of people are killed in Al-Qusayr, Homs, Syria, as the Syrian Army and Hezbollah bombard the rebel-held town with heavy artillery.
A female suicide bomber injures at least 11 police officers and civilians, including two children, in Makhachkala in the southern Russian republic of Dagestan.
Al-Qaeda in the Maghreb
Al-Qaeda in the Maghreb commander Mokhtar Belmokhtar claims responsibility for two suicide bombing attacks that killed 30 people in Niger on May 23.
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