Police say five people have been killed and two children injured following a mass shooting in a southwest Philadelphia neighborhood on Monday night. Also in the news: The Jenin refugee camp and the adjoining town of the same name are a flashpoint between Israelis and Palestinians and a new claim challenges the inheritance’s admission.
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Suspect arrested in southwest Philadelphia shooting
The suspect in the mass shooting Monday night in the Kingsessing neighborhood of southwest Philadelphia has been identified as a 40-year-old man. A second suspect was also arrested, who police said bought a gun and fired at the alleged shooter.
“At this point, all we know is that this person has decided to leave their home and target individuals,” Philadelphia Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw said.
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Israeli raid on Palestinian Jenin camp extends into second day
Thousands of Palestinians fled the Jenin refugee camp as one of the largest Israeli military operations in the occupied West Bank in nearly two decades continued into Tuesday. The Palestinian Health Ministry said at least eight Palestinians were killed and dozens more injured. The Israel Defense Forces said the mission was necessary to “dismantle” terrorist infrastructure, arrest suspects and seize weapons used by militant groups using the camp as a stronghold. . The operation comes at a time of growing domestic pressure on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to respond forcefully to a recent series of attacks on Israeli West Bank settlers. Read more
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New complaint targeting legacy admissions
Within days of the Supreme Court’s ruling against race-based affirmative action at Harvard, a civil rights group filed a federal complaint challenging legacy admissions at the Ivy League university. The complaint argues that prioritizing admissions to family members of alumni is discriminatory against students of color. This new challenge could be a preview of what will happen after the high court decision as civil rights advocates work to prevent a return of the kinds of disparities seen in schools. elite university decades ago. A court ruling last Thursday severely limited the consideration of race by any university in the future admissions process. Read more
Countries legalize raw milk, despite public health warnings
Iowa lawmakers decided this spring, along with dozens of other states, to allow small producers to sell unpasteurized milk from cows, goats and sheep. Public health authorities and large corporations in the dairy industry oppose this practice, arguing that such milk can be contaminated with dangerous bacteria, including E. coli, salmonella and listeria. But state after state, those warnings have been drowned out by testimonials from “raw milk” aficionados, who argue that pasteurized milk is harder to digest because the process alters the ingredients. enzymes and kills beneficial bacteria. Read more
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Andy Murray and Roger Federer will be at Center Court on Tuesday
No, Andy Murray and Roger Federer will not be competing in a Central Court match on Tuesday. Federer will return to the grass at Wimbledon to celebrate his record-setting career at the Grand Slam on Tuesday. Federer, who announced his retirement last year, has won eight of his 20 Grand Slam singles titles at the All England Club, the most ever by a man – a mark that Novak Djokovic will try to level this year. Following the ceremony will be Murray’s match against British tennis player Ryan Peniston in the first round on Day 2 of this year’s tournament. Read more
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Photo of the day: Cosplayers from around the world celebrate manga and anime
Anime Expo is the largest anime convention in North America. The annual event runs through Tuesday and attracts thousands of anime fans from around the world and is held at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Click here to see more photos from the weirdest outfits to the most fan favorites.
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