As it happened this morning: Wednesday, June 6

As it happened this morning: Wednesday, June 6
By Alice Cuddy

Euronews brings you the latest news and updates as they happen this morning.

Good morning Europe, today we’ve been watching:

Guatemala volcano: Officials said at least 192 people are missing and 75 are dead as a result of the explosion of the Fuego volcano in Guatemala on Sunday.

UK-Israel: British Prime Minister Theresa May was set to host her Israeli counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu for talks on Iran.

Argentina football: Argentina cancelled its World Cup warm-up match with Israel, following campaigning from pro-Palestinian groups urging players to show their opposition to Israel's use of force in Gaza.

Italy politics: Italy's lower house of parliament prepared to debate a motion of confidence on the new Five Star Movement-Liga coalition government headed by Giuseppe Conte.

Jordan protests: Protests continued in Jordan over a draft tax law, despite efforts by King Abdullah to defuse public anger by appointing a new prime minister and calling for more talks on the issue.

Look back at how the events unfolded by scrolling through the blog below:

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