Let's take a look at what's going on in 'The World Now'.
In Denmark several people have been killed in a shooting at a shopping mall
The attack in the Danish capital of Copenhagen on Sunday has left at least three people dead and others injured. Officials are still working to confirm the final number of casualties, but at least three people have been hospitalized and are in critical condition.
Authorities have arrested a lone gunman, described as a 22-year-old ethnic Danish man.
Police have not yet given any motive for the attack, but haven't ruled out terrorism.
According to reports the shooting took place at several locations within Denmark's largest mall.
Danish media reported that a Harry Styles concert at the nearby Royal Arena was cancelled with 17-thousand fans already waiting inside.
At least six hikers were killed and eight injured after a section of ice collapsed off a mountain in the northeastern Italian Alps and tumbled down a popular hiking route.
Several people are reported still missing after the avalanche on Sunday rolled down the Marmolada, the highest mountain in the Dolomites. Five helicopters and several teams with search dogs have been dispatched to the area, while rescued hikers have been taken to nearby hospitals.
According to local experts, the avalanche came amid higher than average regional temperatures, recording above 10 degrees Celsius at the top of the glacier the day before the incident.
Heavy flooding in the Australian state of New South Wales has forced thousands of residents in Sydney to evacuate.
The evacuation order was given on Sunday after Australias largest city experienced heavy downpours and gale force winds.
According to local reports, least 67 flood evacuation orders have been issued across the region, alongside a further 66 evacuation warnings.
This comes as three major rivers burst their banks.
The Australian Defense Force has also been dispatched to help locals get to safety.
The floods come just over a year after extreme rainfall in March 2021 led to what was labelled a "one in 100-year" flood.
Meanwhile, Australias weather services predict rain will intensify over the next two days.
Around 100-thousand anime fans have been visiting the Los Angeles Convention Center for the anime industry's largest event.
The annual Anime Expo event, called "AX", has returned for the first time in-person since 2019 after the pandemic saw the event go online.
The 4-day expo started on July 1st and combines announcements by all the biggest studios and publishers.
Organized by the Society for the Promotion of Japanese Animation, fans of the cosplay-filled event can experience interactive videos and card games
Matthew Ashley, Arirang News.