Volunteer firefighters search for victims of Sunday's Fuego Volcano eruption in Alotenango, a municipality in Sacatepequez Department, southwest of Guatemala City on June 6, 2018.

Volunteer firefighters search for victims of Sunday's Fuego Volcano eruption in Alotenango, a municipality in Sacatepequez Department, southwest of Guatemala City on June 6, 2018.

A Pentagon spokesperson said this week that there is no way to know how many civilians have been killed in the fight against ISIS. However, an Amnesty International report says the U.S. killed thousands of civilians in the campaign to remove ISIS from Raqqa, Syria.

A volcanic eruption in Guatemala turned deadly this week. Ninety-nine people are now known to have died since Sunday, and nearly 200 others remain unaccounted for, according to the BBC.

The G7 meeting will be held in Canada this weekend, although some commentators are calling it the G6 + 1 in response to tariffs put in place by the United States.

And former basketball player Dennis Rodman is “considering going to Singapore” for the upcoming summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and President Trump. What do we know about how the talks will look? Who will and won’t be at the negotiating table?

All this and more on the News Roundup.

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  • Paul Danahar Washington bureau chief of the BBC; author of "The New Middle East: The World After the Arab Spring"; @pdanahar
  • Rosiland Jordan State Department/specials correspondent, Al Jazeera English Television; @RosJordanAJE
  • David Lawler World news editor, Axios; @davidlawler10

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