Here’s a brief look at some of the top news stories around the world for June 15, 2015.
Jeb Bush officially launches campaign for president
A Bush and a Clinton are officially in the running. Jeb Bush – brother of former president George W. Bush and son of earlier president George H.W. Bush – launched his 2016 presidential campaign Monday morning, saying he will "make opportunity common again" in the United States if elected.
[Read more from Time]
Concern for family of 12 missing after Saudi Arabia trip
Authorities are concerned about a British family of 12 that appeared to go missing after traveling to Saudi Arabia. Three sisters, along with nine children between them, traveled to the Middle East but did not return last week as expected. There has been no contact or social media activity since then. Officials worry they ended up in Syria.
[Read more from the BBC]
Scrutinized NAACP worker resigns
Rachel Dolezal is resigning from her position as head of the Spokane NAACP. The 37-year-old came under intense scrutiny after her parents publicly stated last week she was white – not part African-American, as she had claimed.
[Read more from the Spokane NAACP Facebook]
Video game fans rejoice as E3 expo kicks off
The annual video game conference extravaganza kicks off Monday with a slew of press conferences, where video game developers and publishers will highlight the best of what's coming up. Expect lots of "Halo," "Call of Duty" and virtual reality headsets.
[Read more from The Verge]