Hundreds of thousands march for LGBT rights in Madrid

MADRID (Reuters) – Hundreds of thousands of people marched for LGBT rights in the WorldPride parade in Madrid on Saturday.

U.S. trade group says no nuclear power plants have been hacked

(Reuters) – No U.S. nuclear power plant has been penetrated in a cyber attack, an industry spokesman said on Saturday, when asked to comment on a U.S. government warning last week about a hacking campaign targeting the sector.

U.S. deaths by police gunfire on track to reach 1,000 in 2017: paper

(Reuters) – Police officers across the United States shot 492 people dead in the first half of 2017, on track to approach 1,000 such incidents for the third year in a row, the Washington Post reported on Saturday.

Rebels accuse Syrian army of chlorine attack, army calls it fabrication

BEIRUT (Reuters) – A Syrian rebel group accused the Syrian army of using chlorine gas against its fighters on Saturday in battles east of Damascus – an accusation the military swiftly denied as a fabrication.