The 10 most important things in the world right now

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

1. At least 131 people have been killed in a landslide in Guatemala, and hundreds are still missing.

2. ISIS militants have blown up the ancient Arch of Triumph in Palmyra, Syria.

3. Teen retailer American Apparel has filed for bankruptcy

4. Militants claiming loyalty to ISIS say they are behind Friday’s suicide bombings in Nigeria, which killed 15 people.

5. The bodies of two children have washed up on a beach in Greece in the latest refugee tragedy. One of the children is thought to have been less than a year old.

6. Germany is expecting to receive up to 1.5 million asylum seekers by the end of 2015.

7. Record flooding in South Carolina has killed eight people and stranded hundreds more.

8. Tens of thousands of people in southern China have been evacuated after a typhoon killed six people and injured 168 in other parts of the country and the Philippines.

9. Hillary Clinton is set to push for tighter gun control laws today, days after 10 people were gunned down at a college in Oregon.

10. 17 people have died in the French Riviera after violent storms and flooding hit south-eastern France.

And finally…

9,200 high-resolution images have been posted on Flickr as part of the Project Apollo Archive. They were taken during every manned mission to the moon, both on the way there and back.

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