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Five things you need to know
A 22-year-old man has been charged with murdering three people after he was arrested following a shooting at a Copenhagen shopping mall. Police said the man has mental health problems and was not "motivated by gender or anything else."
LATEST: 3 dead, 4 critically injured, in Copenhagen mall shooting; suspect is in custody and appeared to target his victims randomly, police say. https://t.co/9XgSRZy0JX— NBC News (@NBCNews) July 4, 2022
Russian forces have been told by President Vladimir Putin to continue their offensive in Ukraine after they captured the city of Lysychansk. Russia now controls the entirety of Ukraine's Luhansk region.
#UPDATE Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu to press ahead with Moscow's offensive in Ukraine after troops took control of the entire Lugansk region pic.twitter.com/0kMtypS3RO— AFP News Agency (@AFP) July 4, 2022
Several people have been killed after a glacier collapsed in the Italian Alps. Officials said more than a dozen people remain missing.
Italian alps glacier collapse: search resumes for missing hikers after six killed https://t.co/soBIVTGLjZ— The Guardian (@guardian) July 4, 2022
Police in Ohio have released body camera footage showing a man being shot dead by officers. Jayland Walker is accused of firing at police before being hit 60 times by pursuing officers.
Protesters in the UK are staging "drive-slow" demonstrations on the country's highways in an effort to persuade the government to cut taxes on fuel. Convoys of vehicles are slowing down traffic to protest against soaring gas prices, which are now at about $3 a litre.
Arrests as fuel protests hit motorways across England, Scotland and Waleshttps://t.co/QRffESc52I— BBC News (UK) (@BBCNews) July 4, 2022
In happier news, the world's largest species of water lily has been "discovered" – after hiding in plain sight for nearly two centuries. The giant plant, named Victoria boliviana, was found in London's Royal Botanic Gardens, where it has been mistakenly identified as a different species.
Meet Victoria boliviana, the record-breaking giant waterlily which has been named new to science at Kew after spending 177 years hidden under the surface of our collections.— Kew Gardens (@kewgardens) July 4, 2022
Uncover more about this fascinating discovery: https://t.co/lqLFc7r0RN pic.twitter.com/G3NGOo0KYx