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Kim Jong Un Still Willing to Meet with Trump After Cancelation: President Trump officially canceled the summit with North Korea just a week before the meeting. Kim Jong Un still welcomes Trump if he wants to meet despite initially threatening to cancel the meeting. According to CNN, Jong Un said, “We would like to make known to the US once again that we have the intent to sit with the US to solve problems.”

Ex-NBA Commissioner Agrees with NFL Protesting Fines: Ex-NBA Commissioner told TMZ that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell made the right call by penalizing teams that kneel during the national anthem. Stern said, “I think that commissioner Goodell is doing a great job in difficult circumstances. I think every league needs rules to cover every situation. I don’t know what rule I would implement, but there should be a rule that treats everyone fairly, and uniformly.”

Bombing in Canada Wounds 15 people: A homemade bomb detonated in an Indian restaurant in Toronto injured 15 people. According to AP, the police arrested two suspects after surveillance video shows they may have dropped the improvised explosive device and fled.

African Liberation Day/African Freedom Day: On May 25, 1963 the African Union was formed and its main purpose was to achieve greater unity and solidarity between the African countries and Africans. This holiday is celebrated all over the continent and around the world.

Armed Citizen Fatally Shoots Gunman that Opened Fire in Oklahoma Restaurant: Oklahoma police reported that a gunman walked into a restaurant and opened fire wounding 4 people. “A bystander with a pistol confronted the shooter outside the restaurant and fatally shot him,” the Oklahoma police tweeted. The shooter was the only one killed.

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