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Here’s What Happened Around The World In June 2022

From BTS’ temporary break to Colombia’s historic elections, here's what happened around the world around June.

From BTS’ temporary break to Colombia’s historic elections, here’s what happened around the world around June.
1. BTS has announced they are taking a break to rediscover themselves and focus on solo projects.
2. Colombia elected its first leftist president, a former rebel fighter, and its first black woman vice-president.
3. After this reality TV star who was cyberbullied killed herself, Japan will start punishing “online insults”.
4. A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck Afghanistan and at least 1,000 people are dead and 1,600 injured.
5. Thailand has moved a step closer to legalizing same-sex marriage after lawmakers passed four draft bills.
6. Gunmen opened fire in a church in Nigeria during Sunday Mass, killing at least 50 people.
7. This Egyptian student was murdered by a male classmate in broad daylight and people want justice.
8. Germany has abolished a Nazi-era law banning doctors from offering information about abortions.
9. The world swimming federation has banned trans women athletes from competing in top swimming events.
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