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Death toll from Orlando shootings rises to 50; more than 50 injured; killer named as Omar Mateen who reportedly pledged allegiance to ISIS. Mateen was known to the FBI. Obama describes killings as "Act of Terror".
Picture: Orlando Shooting: Omar Mateen - gunman at Pulse nightclub in Orlando Florida Credit: CBS News
Death toll from Orlando shootings rises to 50; more than 50 injured; killer named as Omar Mateen who reportedly pledged allegiance to ISIS. Mateen was known to the FBI. Obama describes killings as "act of terror".
(Photo: Omar Mateen, suspect of Orlando shootings at Pulse nightclub, Orlando, Florida. Credit: CBS News)
Police says 20 killed & many injured; Indonesia mass graves; Euro 2016: Marseille clashes
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Police say they've now made more than three thousand arrests in a sweeping nationwide hunt for Islamic extremists. Also: Violence at Euro 2016; How to teach manners to children; The Queen at 90
(Picture: Security has been stepped up since the wave of attacks began: three police officers with guns stand together Credit: AFP)
Forces aligned to the new unity government take control of the strategic port in the city of Sirte; former hostages captured by so-called Islamic State recall their days in captivity; the divided loyalties of fans watching the Albania vs Switzerland Euro match.
(Photo: A tank belonging to forces aligned to Libya's new unity government advances on the city of Sirte; Credit: Reuters)
Thousands line the streets of Louisville, Kentucky to say last farewell to boxing legend Muhammad Ali
(Photo: Painting of boxing legend Muhammad Ali outside his childhood home where mourners wait to pay their respects on June 10, 2016 in Louisville, Kentucky Credit: JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images)