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10 Shocking Headlines of June 2016

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10 Shocking Headlines of June 201610. A Man Apparently Died Watching ‘The Conjuring 2’ And Then Disappeared Into Thin Air

The Conjuring 2 is one of the most anticipated movies in 2016, since it is a sequel to the record breaking successful film The Conjuring. Its a story of a most terrifying paranormal investigations, to help a single mother raising four children alone in a house plagued by malicious spirits.

Anyway terrible things happened outside the movie actually. The Times of India reports that a 65 year oldman died watching Conjuring 2 of a heart attack. His body was sent to an Hospital for the postmortem, but the corpse never arrived at its destination.

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9. Belgium Concern As WW2 Nazis 'Get German Pensions'

A Belgian minister has voiced concern that Belgian former Nazi collaborators may still be receiving German pensions.Belgian survivors of Nazi persecution appealed to the government to stop the payments, and Pensions Minister Daniel Bacquelaine "shares their indignation", his spokeswoman told the BBC.But Germany manages the payments and "we have no official figures" for the recipients, Geraldine Lamoureux added.Belgians who served in the SS were made Germans by an Adolf Hitler decree.[Read Full Story : BBC]

8. India's NSG Membership

10 Shocking Headlines of June 2016

India's ambitious bid to be a part of the Nuclear Suppliers Group is failed since nine more countries other than china had opposed. Positive interventions on India's behalf by almost 32 countries, but the NSG's actions are governed by the decision of solidarity.

Narendra Modi, Prime Minister of India try his best to acquire membership of NSG by meeting different political Leaders to ask for their help. These things make a positive hype about the NSG membership, so the failure becomes one of the shocking headline.

7. Copa America

Copa America is always a hot news, since it is an international men's football tournament contested between national teams from CONMEBOL. It is the oldest international continental football competition. The competition determines the continental champion of South America. Since the 1990s, teams from North America and Asia have also been invited to participate.
Chile beat Argentina on penalties to win Copa America 2016, which is Chile's second Copa America title in two years.

10 Shocking Headlines of June 2016

6. Mark Zuckerberg's Taped Webcam and Instagram's Celebration

[Image Source : Facebook]Facebook owned instagram reached 500 million monthly users. Almost 80% of the users are outside the United States. By last September it was 400 million users and it is increasing tremendously. 300 million people be using instagram app every day.

Its CEO Mark Zuckerberg celebrated by posting a photo, that went viral because of his Laptop.
There is a small piece of tape on his web cam and something else is there to cover his microphone jack. The photo gets viral by teasing Mark Zuckeberg that " He seems to be worried about being spied on".

5. Muhammad Ali

10 Shocking Headlines of June 2016
Death of the Legend, Muhammad Ali, is one of the top shocking news headlines of June 2016. He is widely regarded as one of the most significant and celebrated sports figures of the 20th century. From early in his career, Ali was known as an inspiring, controversial and polarizing figure both inside and outside the ring. He was a three time heavy weight champion who had guts to defy US government over the Vietnam War.

Ali was hospitalized in Scottsdale on June 2, 2016, with a respiratory illness. Though his condition was initially described as "fair", it worsened and he died the following day, at the age of 74, from septic shock.

4. ISRO Lauch Multiple Satellites in a single mission

ISRO successfully set a record with launch of 20 satellites in a single payload, one being a satellite from Google, is really a historical momment. Its really an ambitious space programme of India. Among those satellites, they include satellites of the US, Canada,Indonesia and Germany. Russia had the record of the most number of satellites launched in a single mission, which launched 37 satellites in 2014.

3. Brexit

British withdrawal from the European Union, also shortened from "British exit" to Brexit, is a political goal that has been pursued by various individuals, advocacy groups, and political parties since the United Kingdom joined the precursor of the European Union (EU) in 1973. Withdrawal from the European Union has been a right of EU member states since 2007 under Article 50 of the Treaty on European Union.

The referendum resulted in an overall vote to leave the EU, as opposed to remaining an EU member, by 51.9% to 48.1%, respectively. The vote was split between the constituent countries of the United Kingdom, with a majority in England and Wales voting to leave, and a majority in Scotland and Northern Ireland, as well as 96% of Gibraltar, voting to remain.

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2. Lionel Messi's Retirement.

10 Shocking Headlines of June 2016
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During the final of Copa America 2016 on 26 June, Messi missed in the penalty shootout as Argentina lost to Chile. After the match, Messi announced his retirement from international football.

Following the announcement, a campaign began in Argentina by the fans and many big names in football and society for Messi to change his mind about retiring. He was greeted by fans with signs reading "Don't go, Leo" when the team landed in Buenos Aires. Argentina's President Mauricio Macri urged Messi not to quit, stating: "We are lucky, it is one of life's pleasures, it is a gift from God to have the best player in the world in a footballing country like ours... Lionel Messi is the greatest thing we have in Argentina and we must take care of him." The Buenos Aires mayor Horacio Rodríguez Larreta unveiled a statue of Messi in the capital to convince him reconsider retirement. On social networks, NoTeVayasLeo became a global trending topic, and even a playlist on Spotify. The campaign also continued in the streets and avenues of the Argentine capital, with about 50,000 supporters going to the Obelisco de Buenos Aires on 2 July, using the same slogan.

1. Istanbul Ataturk airport attack

A bomb and gunfire attack killed 41 and injured almost 230 people in Terminal 2 of Atatürk Airport in Istanbul, Turkey on 28 June 2016. The gunfire take place  at the airport's parking lot nad explosions at the entrance of the international arrival terminal which is because of some suicide bombers. There was three perpetrators who detonated there explosives in or near the terminal however there were reports and witness stating that there were four armed men running away from the blasts. This has not yet been confirmed by police personnel. A senior US intelligence source told CBS News that the coordinated attacks took only about 90 seconds.

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