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South Korea’s military says it detected North Korea firing at least one ballistic missile toward the sea off its eastern coast, adding to a recent flurry in weapons tests as the United States steps up its military exercises with the South to counter the North’s growing threat. Seoul’s Joint Chiefs of Staff on Monday didn’t immediately say how far the missile flew or where it landed. The launch was the North’s seventh missile event this month as it steps up its military demonstrations in a tit-for-tat response to U.S.-South Korea military exercises.

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Tens of thousands of Israelis have poured into the streets across the country in a spontaneous outburst of anger after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu abruptly fired his defense minister for challenging the Israeli leader’s judicial overhaul plan. Protesters in Tel Aviv blocked a main highway and lit large bonfires Sunday, while police scuffled with protesters outside Netanyahu’s private home in Jerusalem. The unrest deepened a monthslong crisis over Netanyahu’s plan to overhaul the judiciary. Mass protests and unrest in the military prompted Defense Minister Yoav Gallant on Saturday to speak out against the changes. In a brief statement Sunday, Netanyahu’s office said the prime minister had dismissed Gallant.

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Authorities say an early morning fire has damaged a commercial building complex housing a former airplane factory founded by the Wright Brothers in Ohio. Fire crews were dispatched early Sunday to a heavy fire in the complex. The Dayton Daily News reports they remained on the site for several hours. Dayton Capt. Brad French said the structure is listed on the National Historic Register as the first aircraft manufacturing facility founded by the Wright Brothers. Wilbur and Orville Wright conducted history’s first successful manned, powered flights in North Carolina in 1903. The cause of the fire remains under investigation and a damage estimate hasn't been released.

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Some 200 protesters have gathered beneath Rio de Janeiro’s world-famous Sugarloaf Mountain to protest the ongoing construction of ziplines aimed at boosting tourism, alleging it will cause unacceptable impacts. The four steel lines will run over the forest between Sugarloaf and Urca Hill, and riders will reach speeds of 100 km/h (62 mph). Inauguration is scheduled for the second half of this year, and an online petition to halt works has been signed by almost 11,000 people. Sugarloaf juts out of the earth at the entrance to Rio’s bay. The U.N.’s heritage center named it a World Heritage Site in 2012.