Here’s your daily dose of must-reads to get you ahead of the curve:
- The Rwandan government has allocated up to seven billion Rwandan francs in current fiscal budget for the construction of a new building of Carnegie Mellon University in Kigali. (Igihe)
- Fourty-nine people are dead and fifty-three injured in America’s 173rd mass shooting this year. And the gunman specifically targeted a gay bar on Sunday night. (Kicker)
- Microsoft has acquired professional social network LinkedIn for $26.2 billion; the largest in its history. (The Wall Street Journal)
- Apple has announced, at its annual developers conference, it will launch “Breathe”, an app that reminds users to breathe, later this year. (TIME)
- Confessions of Michael Jackson’s Irish surgeon in his autobiography. (Irish Central)
- South African athlete Oscar Pistorius is suffering from major depression, a psychologist says at his sentencing hearing for the murder of his girlfriend. (BBC)
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