April 6: A transport and a bus carrying the Humboldt Broncos junior ice hockey team (Pluto) collide (Mars) north of Tisdale, Saskatchewan, Canada killing 15 people.
April 7: More than 40 people are killed in a chemical weapons attack (Neptune and Mars) in the Syrian city of Douma. Russia and Syria deny (Neptune) allegations of involvement.
A man drives a van into a group of people (Pluto) in Munster, Germany, killing 2 and injuring 30. The driver shoots (Mars) and kills himself.
The Ministry of Information of Information and Communications Technology of Iran says hackers (Pluto) attacked its networks, leaving an image of US flags on screens.
April 8: Hungary’s anti-immigration Prime Minister Viktor Orban wins a decisive victory. The campaign was run on hate (Mars) and conspiracy theories (Pluto).
April 11: Jamie Allman (Pluto), a morning talk show host with KDNL-TV (house 9) in St Louis, Missouri resigns after threatening (Pluto) David Hogg, a survivor of the Florida shooting (Mars) with sexual assault (Mars).
April 14: Protests on the Israel-Gaza border enter a third week, with thousands (Pluto) of Palestinians taking part.
April 15: Seven inmates are killed and seventeen others wounded in a prison riot (Mars-house 12) in Bishopville, South Carolina.
April 20: North Korea suspends its missile (Mars) and nuclear tests (Pluto) and agrees to shut down its nuclear test sites (Pluto).
4 Palestinians are killed and 96 wounded (Mars) by Israeli fire on the Israel-Gaza border.
The Democratic National Committee file a lawsuit against Russia, the Donald Trump administration, and WikiLeaks (Pluto) alleging that the former conspired (Pluto) to interfere in the 2016 Presidential election.
On the anniversary of the Columbine High School massacre (Mars), thousands of students (Pluto) across the United States walk out to protest against school shootings (Mars).
April 21: The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (Pluto) takes samples from the site of a chemical weapons (Mars) attack in Douma, Syria.
Indian lawmakers approve capital punishment (Pluto) for men who rape (Mars) children under the age of 12. Prime Minister Narendra Modi signs the measure.
An International Committee of the Red Cross aid worker (Pluto) is shot dead (Mars) in Taizz Governorate, Yemen.
April 22: A suicide bombing (Mars-Pluto) in Kabul, Afghanistan kills 60 civilians with over 100 wounded.
In the US a mass shooting (Mars-Pluto) at a Waffle House restaurant in Antioch, Tennessee claims 4 lives.
In Russia nine insurgents (Pluto) who were planning to launch an attack (Mars) next month are killed in a gunfight (Mars) in Derbent, Dagestan.
Thirty-two Chinese tourists and four North Koreans die in a major bus accident (Mars) in North Korea.
In Bluefields, Nicaragua, reporter Ángel Gahona (Mercury) is shot dead (Mars) giving a live broadcast on antigovernment protests (Pluto).
April 23: In Toronto, Canada at least 10 people are dead and 15 injured after a van drives off the road (Mars) and through crowds (Pluto) of pedestrians.
April 24: Donald Trump meets with Emmanuel Macron to discuss the Iran nuclear deal (Pluto).
April 25: Around 500 experts (Pluto) from over 70 countries (Pluto) meet in Paris to start a two-day counter-terror conference discussing methods of cutting financing (Jupiter) to Al-Qaeda and ISIL.
California police (Mars) arrest former police officer, Joseph James DeAngelo, 72 for 12 murders, 51 rapes and more than 120 burglaries (Pluto) in the 1970s and 80s.
April 27: Kim Jong-un becomes the first North Korean leader to cross into the South since the signing of the Korean War armistice in 1953, attending an historic summit (Pluto) with his southern counterpart Moon Jae-in. The two leaders agree to officially end the Korean War (Mars) and work for peace and denuclearization (Pluto) on the Korean Peninsula.
Angela Merkyl lobbies (Pluto) Donald Trump on trade and Iran’s nuclear deal (Pluto).
Indian PM Narendra Modi on a visit to China to re-set troubled ties (Pluto) invites Chinese President Xi Jinping to an informal summit (Pluto) in 2019.
Unrest on the Israel-Gaza border enters its fifth week. Three Palestinians are killed (Mars) and over 600 wounded according to the Hamas-run health ministry as thousands (Pluto) converge on the border. Over 40 Palestinians have been killed since the protest started.
The Nicaraguan Centre for Human Rights (Pluto) says the death toll (Mars-Pluto) from ongoing anti-government protests (Uranus) has reached 38.
The Kenyan Film Classification Board bans (Pluto) the lesbian romance film Rafiki.
Europol announces a coalition (Pluto) comprised of seven European nations and the US launched a cyberattack (Pluto) this week against ISIL propaganda (Pluto) websites, taking a number of them down.
Seven Chinese secondary school students are killed (Mars) and another 12 injured in a mass stabbing (Mars-Pluto) by a man who had been bullied (Pluto) at school and harbored a hatred (Mars) of children.
Archaeologists in Peru’s northern coastal region uncover what may be the largest single mass child sacrifice (Lower-Pluto) event in human history. More than 140 children were sacrificed about 550 years ago.
April 29: For the third consecutive day tens of thousands of people (Pluto) wearing red (Mars) gloves march in northern Spain to protest the acquittal of five men (the wolf pack – Pluto) on gang rape (Pluto) charges.
May 8: Donald Trump announces that the United States will withdraw from the Iranian nuclear deal (Pluto).
May 10: Israel lunches retaliatory strikes (Mars) in Syria after Iran launches a wave of missile strikes (Mars) on Israeli territory.
May 14: The US opens its embassy in Jerusalem and 58 Palestinian protestors (Uranus) are shot and killed (Mars) in the Gaza Strip with over 2,400 wounded.
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