Tunisia has so far identified 27 tourists who were killed Friday when a gunman opened fire at a beach resort in Sousse, the health ministry says. A statement listed the nationalities of the victims as 19 Britons, 3 Irish, two Germans, and one each from Belgium, Portugal and Russia. A total of 38 people were killed, plus the attacker.
The plane that crashed in a residential area of the Indonesian city of Medan was carrying 113 people, including 12 crew members, Air Force spokesman Dwi Badarmanto told the Reuters news agency. Previous reports had put the number of people on board the aircraft at about 50.
The number of bodies recovered after a military transport plane crashed into a residential area of the Indonesian city of Medan has risen to at least 50, the local news website Tribunnews is reporting. Many of the bodies were charred, making it unclear whether they had been on board the aircraft or civilians on the ground. Medan Mayor Dzulmi Eldin told Tribunnews that at least two people were still trapped at the crash site and rescue efforts were continuing.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, while meeting with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry in Vienna, said "I am here to get a final deal and I think we can," Reuters is reporting. Negotiations between world powers and Iran over the country's disputed nuclear program were supposed to result in a deal no later than today, but the White House indicated on Monday that negotiations will likely extend past the deadline.
The Islamic State (ISIS) group has beheaded two women in the eastern Syrian province of Deir ez-Zor, marking the first time that women are known to have been beheaded by the group, the activist-run Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reports.
'Initiatives' are continuing on negotiations between Greece and the European Union in an attempt to reach a last-minute deal on a bailout, a Greek government official has told Reuters. Greece is due to pay the International Monetary Fund (IMF) a €1.55 billion ($1.73 billion) tranche today and, with no definitive deal in sight, a default seems almost inevitable.
At least 37 bodies have been recovered after a military plane crashed in a residential area of the Indonesian city of Medan, North Sumatra police chief Eko Hadi Sutedjo has told the Associated Press. He also told AP that the aircraft, according to its manifest, was carrying a total of 50 people and appears to have encountered engine trouble shortly after take-off. The Indonesian newspaper Kompas adds that additional casualties are still at the crash site.
Four boys ranging in age from 12 to 18 have been shot at a Opa-locka, Florida apartment complex, local affiliate WSVN-TV reports. Three victims were transported to Jackson Memorial Hospital. A fourth transported himself to an area hospital. Their conditions were not immediately known and there was no immediate information about the shooter or shooters.