Xinhua world news summary at 0030 GMT, June 6

ADEN, Yemen– Yemen’s internationally-recognized government and the Houthi rebels on Sunday began their second round of talks over the opening of blocked roads in Taiz city, a government diplomat told Xinhua. “Delegations representing the Yemeni government and the Houthi group began a new round of face-to-face negotiations under the auspices of the United…

WASHINGTON — Three people died and 14 others were injured following a shooting outside a nightclub in Chattanooga, Tennessee early Sunday morning.

Two people died from gunshot wounds and a third lost life after being hit by a vehicle, Chattanooga Police Chief Celeste Murphy told reporters. (US-Shooting-Gun Violence)

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ADEN, Yemen — Yemen’s internationally-recognized government and the Houthi rebels on Sunday began their second round of talks over the opening of blocked roads in Taiz city, a government diplomat told Xinhua.

“Delegations representing the Yemeni government and the Houthi group began a new round of face-to-face negotiations under the auspices of the United Nations in Jordan’s capital Amman,” said the diplomat on the condition of anonymity. (Yemen-Talks-Taiz)

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KITUI, Kenya — Eleven people were killed and eight others injured when an overloaded minibus veered off a busy road and rolled several times in eastern Kenya on Saturday evening, an official confirmed on Sunday.

The accident occurred at around 11:00 p.m. in Kanyonyo, an area in Kitui county, when the 14-seater, known locally as matatu, veered off the Machakos-Kitui road while its driver tried to overtake another vehicle. (Kenya-Road Accident)

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ABUJA — Unidentified gunmen have killed scores of worshippers following an attack on a church in Nigeria’s southwestern state of Ondo on Sunday, according to various sources.

The attack took place in Owo, a town in Ondo state, as many worshippers gathered at the church during the morning mass on Sunday, multiple sources said. (Nigeria-Church-Attack) Enditem

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