The 10 most important things in the world right now

Police officers guard a road leading to Finsbury Park Mosque after an incident in which a van hit worshippers outside the building on June 19, 2017 in London, England. Photo: Carl Court/ Getty Images.

Hello! Here’s what you need to know on Monday.

1. One person is dead and another eight are injured after a van collided with pedestrians outside a London mosque. Police arrested the driver, who was detained by witnesses. Counter-terrorism are investigating what British prime minister Theresa May is calling a “potential terrorist attack”.

2. Witnesses of the Finsbury Park incident say the man intentionally swerved into the pedestrians. Here are photos of the scene, which they described as “horrible” and “hell”.

3. Brexit Secretary David Davis will call for “a deal like no other in history” as divorce talks with the EU kick off today. Day one of the negotiations will start at about 11:00 BST at European Commission buildings in Brussels.

4. French president Emmanuel Macron’s party won a clear parliamentary majority in national elections on the weekend, although the victory was lower than some expected.

5. Iraqi troops have moved into Mosul’s Old City, the last ISIS stronghold in the country. It’s the final major battle for Iraqi troops after an eight-month campaign to drive the militants from Iraq’s second largest city.

6. Russia renewed six Trump trademarks while interfering in the 2016 election. The revelation comes despite Trump insisting he has no more business dealings with Russia. Four of the six renewals were approved on Election Day.

7. A US-led coalition aircraft shot down a Syrian fighter jet near Raqqa. On Sunday, pro-Syrian government forces attacked the town of Ja’Din, ISIS’ self-declared capital, west of Raqqa. After failing to convince their Russian counterparts to stop the firing Coalition officials took action “in accordance with rules of engagement”.

8. Seven US Navy sailors were found dead after the USS Fitzgerald collided with a container ship. The vessel came close to sinking after the collision off the coast of Japan on the weekend.

9. At least 62 people have been killed by a forest fire in Portugal. The fire has been raging since Saturday in central Portugal, northeast of Lisbon. Most victims were caught in their cars trying the flee the inferno.

10. An estimated 65.6 million people worldwide are either refugees, asylum seekers or displaced, according to the UN refugee agency. The figure for the end of 2016 is an increase of 300,000 on 2015.

And finally…

A typical day in the life of Mark Zuckerberg, who wears the same thing every day and tucks his daughter in every night

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