Americans are shocked and stunned following two shootings that have killed nearly 30 people in less than a day. The tragedies are sure to cause more discussion of the high cost of Americans' love for guns.
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Over 350 people were killed and at least 500 people were hurt when bombs went off at churches and hotels across Sri Lanka on Sunday. The government has made several arrests and is still investigating the attacks.
After a week of violence in the US, many people are starting to wonder if the way the president talks has encouraged the recent violent actions of some people.
Today is World Day Against Child Labor. 152 million children around the world are forced to work, often in dangerous or unhealthy jobs. Here is a look at some examples.
US President Donald Trump has moved the US embassy in Israel to Jerusalem. In the protests that followed, 60 people were killed and around 1,700 were hurt.
On Saturday, over 40 people were killed after Syria dropped bombs on the city of Douma. The bombs may have carried deadly chemicals. Other countries are thinking about how they will respond.
Syrian and Russian planes have been dropping lots of bombs on an area near Syria's capital this week. The bombs are killing hundreds of people who are not soldiers, including children.
A tall garbage dump in Mozambique fell down on people who were living in or near the dump. The accident killed at least 17 people and hurt many more.
On Sunday, an airplane crashed into a mountain in Iran. Aseman Airlines, the airline that owned the plane, thinks that all 65 people who were on the plane died.