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Rodeo bull hops fence at Oregon arena, injures three before capture

Rodeo bull hops fence at Oregon arena, injures three before capture

SISTERS, Ore. (AP) — A rodeo bull hopped a fence surrounding an Oregon arena and ran through a concession area into a parking lot, injuring at least three people before wranglers caught up with it, officials said.
Newly chosen Haitian prime minister discharged from a hospital after spending a night in treatment

Newly chosen Haitian prime minister discharged from a hospital after spending a night in treatment

PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Haiti's newly selected Prime Minister Garry Conille was discharged from a hospital Sunday after spending a night in treatment for an undisclosed condition.
Carlos Alcaraz wins the French Open for a third Grand Slam title at 21 by beating Alexander Zverev

Carlos Alcaraz wins the French Open for a third Grand Slam title at 21 by beating Alexander Zverev

PARIS (AP) — As Carlos Alcaraz began constructing his comeback in Sunday's French Open final, a 6-3, 2-6, 5-7, 6-1, 6-2 victory over Alexander Zverev for a first championship at Roland Garros and third Grand Slam title in all, there arrived the sort
French President Macron calls a snap legislative election after defeat in EU vote

French President Macron calls a snap legislative election after defeat in EU vote

PARIS (AP) — French President Emmanuel Macron said Sunday he was dissolving the National Assembly and calling a snap legislative election after his party suffered a heavy defeat in elections for the European Parliament.
Gaza's Health Ministry says 274 Palestinians were killed in Israeli raid that rescued 4 hostages

Gaza's Health Ministry says 274 Palestinians were killed in Israeli raid that rescued 4 hostages

DEIR AL-BALAH, Gaza Strip (AP) — At least 274 Palestinians, including dozens of children, were killed, and hundreds more were wounded, in the Israeli raid that rescued four hostages held by Hamas, Gaza's Health Ministry said Sunday.
Centrist Benny Gantz is quitting Israel's war Cabinet, citing frustrations with Netanyahu

Centrist Benny Gantz is quitting Israel's war Cabinet, citing frustrations with Netanyahu

JERUSALEM (AP) — Benny Gantz , a centrist member of Israel’s three-man war Cabinet, announced his resignation Sunday, accusing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of mismanaging the war effort and putting his own “political survival” over the country's
German far right gains as governing parties decline, but conservatives lead in European election

German far right gains as governing parties decline, but conservatives lead in European election

BERLIN (AP) — Germany's unpopular governing parties sank to feeble results and the far-right Alternative for Germany made gains in Sunday's vote for the European Parliament, while the mainstream conservative opposition was the country's strongest pol
Iran OKs 6 candidates for presidential race, but again blocks Ahmadinejad

Iran OKs 6 candidates for presidential race, but again blocks Ahmadinejad

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Iran’s Guardian Council on Sunday approved the country’s hard-line parliament speaker and five others to run in the country’s June 28 presidential election following a helicopter crash that killed President Ebrahim
Relying on coalition partners, Modi is sworn in for a rare third term as India's prime minister

Relying on coalition partners, Modi is sworn in for a rare third term as India's prime minister

NEW DELHI (AP) — Narendra Modi was sworn in Sunday for a rare third consecutive term as India’s prime minister, relying on his coalition partners after his party failed to win a parliamentary majority in a surprise outcome.
Body of missing British TV presenter Michael Mosley found on Greek island

Body of missing British TV presenter Michael Mosley found on Greek island

ATHENS (AP) — The body of missing British TV presenter Michael Mosley was found on a Greek island Sunday morning after a days-long search.