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Yevgeny Prigozhin’s whereabouts
Russian missiles target Lviv
Shelling on Lebanese border town
South Africa gas leak
Tunisia migrants
Spain migrants

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko says the leader of Russia’s Wagner mercenary group, has returned to Russia suggesting he’s in St. Petersburg.
He also says the offer to have Wagner fighters stationed in his country still stands.
Yevgeny Prigozhin had gone into exile in Belarus after his brief mutiny in a deal agreed with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Russian missiles have struck the western Ukrainian city of Lviv killing at least four people.
The region had been relatively calm since it’s away from the main frontlines.
Dozens of people are said to be injured and the death toll is expected to rise.
Hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians have sought safety in Lviv.

Israel has launched an artillery attack at the Lebanese border.
This attack on Lebanon happened near the town of Kfar Chouba.
In response the Israeli military says to earlier rocket attacks from the area.

At least 17 people including children, have been killed by a suspected toxic gas leak in South Africa.
It happened at an informal settlement near Johannesburg.
Emergency officials say the leak came from a cylinder of nitrate gas, used by miners working illegally to process gold.

Rights groups say Tunisia has moved hundreds of migrants and refugees to a camp along the Libyan border.
There are reports of civilians in Sfax detaining people, following the killing of a Tunisian policeman on Monday.
Many of the migrants are now stranded in the desert with no food or water.

More than 950 refugees and migrants have died while trying to reach Spain by sea in the first six months of this year.
That’s according to a Spanish migrant rights group Caminando Fronteras.
Despite a decrease in the number of boats reaching the shores, the group says there’s been an increase of 13 deaths for that period.
It’s blaming countries such as Spain and Morocco for failing to conduct rescue operations in time.

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