The government of the Netherlands issues a travel warning advising the public not to travel to some places, including Paris, the region surrounding Marseilles, Brussels, Ibiza and Mallorca. The warnings come as a response to an increase in new cases in Spain, France and Belgium.
David Duckenfield, the former South Yorkshire Police chief superintendent who was in charge of the 1988–89 FA Cup semi-final match between Liverpool F.C. and Nottingham Forest F.C. at Hillsborough Stadium, is cleared of manslaughter by gross negligence relating to the deaths of 96 Liverpool fans who were crushed to death during the match. The verdict sparks outrage from the families of victims.
A 33-year-old Yemeni man stabbed and wounded three Spanish theatre actors in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Is not known if the attack is in protest against the war in Yemen or for the attacker's opposition to Saudi Arabia’s growing entertainment industry.
A high-speed train carrying 225 passengers derails near Santiago de Compostela, Spain, leaving 80 dead and over 140 injured. It is Spain's deadliest rail incident since the 2004 Madrid train bombings, and the country's worst accidental train disaster since the Torre del Bierzo rail disaster in 1944.