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Police in the US city of Pittsburgh have named the 11 victims of the weekend's mass shooting at a synagogue. The ages of those killed range from 54 to 97 and include a married couple and two brothers. The 20-minute attack at the Tree of Life congregation left six others wounded, including four police officers. The suspect, 46 year old Robert Bowers, faces 29 criminal charges.
Leicester City Football Club has confirmed its owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha was on board a helicopter that crashed near King Power Stadium. Players and fans across the English Premier League have paid tribute to the five victims at Leicester City's home ground.
Far-right Brazilian congressman Jair Bolsonaro has won the presidency of Latin America's largest nation. With 96 per cent of votes counted in the second round Mr Bolsonaro won 55.5 per cent of the vote against leftist Fernando Haddad of the Workers' Party. Mr Bolsonaro's sudden rise was propelled by the rejection of the Leftist Workers Party, ousted two years ago in the midst of the country's worst recession and corruption scandal.
And Cricket Australia's cultural review into the South African ball tampering scandal will be made public today. The report looks at culture on and off the field in the wake of the scandal, which resulted in suspensions for David Warner, Steven Smith and Cameron Bancroft. The review is believed to include more than 40 recommendations.
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