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Daily Misfortune Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Daily Misfortune Tuesday, July 4, 2017 --- ===
Monthly Misfortune July 2017 ---

List of incidents of terror which could be accidents, crimes, or mental illness rampage or terrorist attacks.

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  1. A garment factory boiler explosion in DhakaBangladesh, kills 10 people and injures dozens. (Reuters)
  2. European migrant crisis Approximately fifty migrants are feared drowned off the coast of Morocco. Three men were rescued near Alboran Island near the coast of Spain(BBC)
  3. North Korea and weapons of mass destruction North Korea test-launches what is presumed to be its first intercontinental ballistic missile 933 kilometers into the Sea of Japan within Japan's Exclusive Economic Zone. An American expert theorizes the ICBM, which reached an altitude of 2,802 km, could potentially reach the U.S. state of Alaska(ABC News Australia) (Xinhua News Agency) (Reuters)
  4. China–India relationsBhutan–China relations Amid a stand-off between China and India over the Doklam tri-junction, China tells India that former Indian prime minister Jawaharlal Nehruaccepted the Convention of Calcutta which China is using to support its territorial claims. Tensions have been rising between China and India and Bhutan over Doklam since China began constructing a road in the disputed territory in mid-June. (News18)
  5. 2016–17 Rohingya persecution in Myanmar  A mob of at least a hundred Rakhine Buddhists in SittweRakhine StateMyanmar, attack seven Rohingya men from Dapaing Camp for internally displaced persons, killing one and severely injuring another. The Rohingya men were being escorted by police to Sittwe's docks to purchase boats, but were attacked despite armed guards being present. (The Irrawaddy)(Reuters)
  6. 2017 cyberattacks on Ukraine As part of an investigation into the recent cyberattacks, the servers of Ukraine's most popular accounting software company, M.E.Doc, are seized by Ukrainian police. (NBC News)
 Evolution Researchers discover that the diversity of frogs is a direct result of the extinction of the dinosaurs. (NPR)
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