Start your day off right with five things you need to know this morning.
Five things you need to know
There's been another mass murder in the United States, this time at a Walmart outlet in Virginia. Officials said they think the perpetrator – who killed six people – was the manager of the grocery store.
BREAKING: Police say six people and assailant dead following a shooting at a Virginia Walmart. https://t.co/i6ZaCRyPxB— The Associated Press (@AP) November 23, 2022
A 16-year-old Canadian boy has been killed after two suspected bombings at bus stops in Jerusalem. The boy has been named as Aryeh Shtsupak.
🔴Two bombs exploded in Israel's capital on Wednesday morning, killing one and injuring 19 others.— The Jerusalem Post (@Jerusalem_Post) November 23, 2022
Police are treating the explosions as a coordinated double attack and are on high alert across the city.
For live updates: #Jerusalem | #terrorism https://t.co/1UgfxN7VDW
Videos are circulating online purporting to show protests at the world's biggest iPhone factory in the Chinese city of Zhengzhou. The footage shows hundreds of workers marching and being confronted by officials in hazmat suits and riot gear.
Video shared online appears to show angry protests at the main iPhone factory in China, in the city of Zhengzhou.— Al Jazeera English (@AJEnglish) November 23, 2022
Workers fought with security officials’ in hazard suits in an apparent protest over strict COVID measures.
🔗: https://t.co/j1D1IVSyVh pic.twitter.com/3PdzWPopwA
The UK's top court has ruled that separatists in charge of Scotland's government cannot hold another referendum on independence without permission from the British government. Nationalists in Scotland were hoping to hold a vote on breaking away from the UK on Oct. 19, having lost the previous referendum on independence in 2014.
Scottish government cannot hold an independence referendum without UK government’s consent, the Supreme Court has ruled https://t.co/5gNCGQsX1E— LBC (@LBC) November 23, 2022
Women who get pregnant within a few months of a miscarriage do not appear to be at extra risk of problems, new research has shown. The World Health Organization recommends waiting at least six months before trying again following a miscarriage or abortion.
Getting pregnant soon after miscarriage no more risky, study says https://t.co/Ahq9R9VfKt— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) November 23, 2022
In lighter news, the European Space Agency has unveiled its latest astronaut recruits. Among the new "Class of 2022" is the agency's first disabled spacefarer.