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Syrian air defenses responded to airstrikes targeting the Latakia port

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Syrian air defenses responded to airstrikes targeting the Latakia port Reports of large explosions heard near Latakia, Syria. Syrian air defenses responded to airstrikes targeting the Latakia port in northwestern Syria on Monday night, according to initial reports from Syria, with some reports blaming Israel. According to Initial reports of airstrikes in Latakia in northwestern Syria. Photos from the area showing a fire has broken out. Loud explosion were heard in Latakia, Syria. Initial and unconfirmed reports indicate it could be an airstrike with Syrian air defenses being activated Emergency first responders heading to scene of an explosion in Latakia city port. Unclear cause as of now. Possibly Israeli strikes but no verifiable reports of activation right now. 

shots fired at the Hoover's Riverchase Galleria At least four ambulances are reportedly on the site.

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shots fired at the Hoover's Riverchase Galleria At least four ambulances are reportedly on the site. A shooting has happened at the Hoover Riverchase Galleria Mall. Reports that a child may have been struck. Police have at least one person detained at thia time. Alabama Police are responding to reports of shots fired at the Hoover's Riverchase Galleria; Reports of heavy police presence. Witnesses on the site say that shots were fired inside the mall. Atleast four ambulances are reportedly on the site. At least four people have been transported to local hospitals after a shooting at a mall in Hoover Alabama. Police say they responded to a scene at the Riverchase Galleria, near the food court, after multiple 911 calls reporting shots fired. Hoover Police Department officials said they don't yet know what led to the shooting or how many gunmen were involved, but can confirm at least four victims have been taken to the hospital. Global coronavirus cases Reached 11 million kille

Brazil was set to pass 1.5 million confirmed coronavirus cases

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Brazil has the world's second largest outbreak after the United States and the virus has killed over 60,000 Covid-19 cases rise by 42,223 to 1,539,081 and deaths by 1,290 to 63,174 in Brazil, which is world’s second most affected country by coronavirus Brazil was set to pass 1.5 million confirmed coronavirus cases, as the virus continues to ravage Latin America's largest country even as cities reopen bars, restaurants and gyms sparking fears infections will keep rising. Brazil has the world's second largest outbreak after the United States and the virus has killed over 60,000 people in the country. Global coronavirus cases Reached 11 million killed more than half a million people in seven months. Global coronavirus cases Reached 11 million marking another milestone in the spread of the disease that has killed more than half a million people in seven months. The number of cases is more than double the figure for severe influenza illnesses recorded annually, according to the

Saudi Arabia passed the grim milestone of 200,000 confirmed novel coronavirus cases

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Saudi Arabia passed the grim milestone of 200,000 confirmed novel coronavirus cases Saudi Arabia passed the grim milestone of 200,000 confirmed novel coronavirus cases, the health ministry said, weeks ahead of an annual hajj pilgrimage drastically cut back because of the pandemic. The Gulf's worst-hit country has now 201,801 confirmed infections including 4,193 new cases on Friday alone, and 1,802 deaths. Global coronavirus cases Reached 11 million killed more than half a million people in seven months. Global coronavirus cases Reached 11 million marking another milestone in the spread of the disease that has killed more than half a million people in seven months. The number of cases is more than double the figure for severe influenza illnesses recorded annually, according to the World Health Organization. Many hard-hit countries are easing lockdowns put in place to slow the spread of the coronavirus while making extensive alterations to work and social life that could last for a y

Global coronavirus cases Reached 11 million

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Global coronavirus cases Reached 11 million killed more than half a million people in seven months. Global coronavirus cases Reached 11 million marking another milestone in the spread of the disease that has killed more than half a million people in seven months. The number of cases is more than double the figure for severe influenza illnesses recorded annually, according to the World Health Organization. Many hard-hit countries are easing lockdowns put in place to slow the spread of the coronavirus while making extensive alterations to work and social life that could last for a year or more until a vaccine is available. United States reported more than 55,400 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday, a new daily global record as infections rose in a majority of states. Several U.S. governors halted plans to reopen their state economies in the face of a surge in cases. Almost a quarter of the known global deaths have occurred in the United States nearly 129,000. A recent surge in cases has put P

WION UPDATE IS TWITTER BIO AS WE PROUD TO BANNED BY CHINA

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WION UPDATE IS TWITTER BIO AS WE PROUD TO BE BANNED BY CHINA WION UPDATE IS TWITTER BIO AS WE PROUD TO BE BANNED BY CHINA Indian government blocked 59 Chinese apps to ensure safety and sovereignty of Indian cyberspace. The decision was taken in the wake of a 'violent faceoff' between the Indian Army and Chinese forces along the Line of Actual Control in Ladakh Beijing has blocked access to the WION website www.wionews.com  in mainland China. Chinese internet monitoring watchdog has confirmed that WION has been completely blocked in China. GreatFire.org has emerged as a database for internet censorship in China and international news outlets and researchers use it to track digital censorship there. Since the beginning of coronavirus pandemic, WION has reported extensively on China's cover up and hence Beijing expressed its displeasure over this in more ways than one. The spokesperson of the Chinese foreign ministry Zhao Lijian blocked WION on the social networking site Twitt

sri pawan kalyan appreciated Andhrapradesh chief minister Ys jagan reddy

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శ్రీ పవన్ కళ్యాణ్  ఆంధ్రప్రదేశ్ ముఖ్యమంత్రి జగన్ రెడ్డిని ప్రశంసించారు శ్రీ పవన్ కళ్యాణ్ ఆంధ్రప్రదేశ్ ముఖ్యమంత్రి జగన్ రెడ్డిని ప్రశంసించారు గౌరవ ముఖ్యమంత్రి- శ్రీ జగన్ రెడ్డి గారు, అత్యవసర సేవల్ని అందించే అంబులెన్సులిని, ప్రస్తుతం ఉన్న అత్యవసర పరిస్థితుల్లో ఆరంభించడం అభినందనీయం పవన్ కళ్యాణ్ అన్నారు. శ్రీ పవన్ కళ్యాణ్ అన్నారు అలాగే,గత మూడు నెలలుగా కరోనా టెస్టుల విషయంలో ఏ మాత్రం అలసత్వం ప్రదిర్శించకుండా ప్రభుత్వం పనిచేస్తున్న తీరు అభినందనీయం. శ్రీ పవన్ కళ్యాణ్ ట్విట్టర్ లో అన్నారు ఇది ప్రపంచానికే గడ్డు కాలం అందుకే ఎవరి జాగ్రత్తలు వారు తీసుకుంటూ రాష్ట్ర కేంద్ర ప్రభుత్వాలికి సహకరిద్దాం క్షేమంగా ఉందాం .

At least 19 pilgrims died 8 other heavily in train has crashed into a bus carrying Sikh pilgrims

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At least 19 pilgrims died 8 other heavily in train has crashed into a bus carrying Sikh pilgrims At least 19 pilgrims died, 8 other heavily injured after a crash between coaster and train in Sheikhupura district in Pakistan's Punjab. The incident occured around 1:30 pm. Injureds were taken to district's hospital. A passenger train has crashed into a bus carrying Sikh pilgrims at an unmanned railway crossing in eastern Pakistan, killing at least 19 people and injuring several others, police and rescue officials said. The district police chief, said the dead and injured were transported to a nearby hospital. Officials said the Sikh pilgrims were from the northwestern city of Peshawar and were returning from the Sheikupura-based shrine of Nankana Sahib. Sikhs have several shrines of their religious leaders in Pakistan. One, of Sikh founder Guru Nanak, is located in Pakistan's Kartarpur bordering India in Punjab. It was built after he died in the 16th century. Many Sikh holy si

Explosion in factory which holds more than 110 tonnes of fireworks and 150 to 200 people working at the time Turkey

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Explosion in factory which holds more than 110 tonnes of fireworks and 150 to 200 people working at the time Turkey Explosion in factory which holds more than 110 tonnes of fireworks and 150 to 200 people working at the time Turkey. It was not immediately clear what triggered the blast but the Turkish Red Crescent head has urged residents living nearby to remain indoors, shut windows over concerns of a possible chemical gas release. The explosion occurred at a the factory, which holds more than 110 tonnes of fireworks in its warehouse in the Sakarya district on the Black Sea coast. Sakarya Governor cetin Oktay Kaldırım said that there were about 150 to 200 people working in the factory at the time. Firefighters and ambulances were sent to the scene and the injured people have been taken to hospital. They and are reported to be in good condition the governor added.Turkey's interior, health and labour ministers went to Sakarya to monitor the situation

Whether World Wars or peace whenever the need arises India have worked for the betterment of humanity

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Whether World Wars or peace whenever the need arises India have worked for the betterment of humanity The bravery that you and your compatriots showed, a message has gone to the world about India’s strength Prime Minister Narendra Modi to solidiers in Nimmoo, Ladakh Your courage is higher than the heights where you are posted today Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressing soldiers in Ladakh once again pay my tributes to the brave soiders martyred in GalwanValley PM Modi to soldiers in Ladakh Atmanirbhar Bharat ka sankalp aapke ke tyaag, balidaan pursharth ke karan aur bhi mazboot hota haiPM Modi in Ladakh The bravery of 14 Corps will be talked about everywhere. Tales of your bravery and valour are echoing in every house in the country PM Modi in Ladakh Bharat Mata's enemies have seen your fire and fury Those who are weak can never initiate peace, bravery is a pre-requisite for peace PM Modi in Ladakh Whether World Wars or peace, whenever the need arises, the world has seen the vict

France's Prime Minister Edouard Philippe has resigned

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France's Prime Minister Edouard Philippe has resigned France's Prime Minister Edouard Philippe has resigned, according to the Elysee, the President's official residence French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe has handed in his government's resignation to President Emmanuel Macron, the Elysee Palace says, paving the way for a government reshuffle. President Emmanuel Macron accepted Philippe’s resignation earlier on Friday, the French presidency confirmed

Modi makes a surprise visit to Ladakh to review the situation of the ongoing face-off between Indian and Chinese forces

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Modi makes a surprise visit to Ladakh to review the situation of the ongoing face-off between Indian and Chinese forces Prime Minister Narendra Modi makes a surprise visit to Ladakh, being briefed by senior officials at a forward position in Nimu. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi reaches Ladakh to review the situation of the ongoing face-off between Indian and Chinese forces. The prime minister was accompanied by Chief of Defence Staff  General Bipin Rawat and Army chief MM Naravane. Sources said 14 Corps Commander briefed them about the situation on the ground. PM Modi's visit to Ladakh is his second outside national capital Delhi since the outbreak of coronavirus. Earlier, he visited the eastern Indian city of Kolkata post destruction due to Cyclone Amphan. Tensions between the Asian giants escalated following a violent face-off in the Galwan Valley in Ladakh on June 15, in which 20 Indian troops were martyred. A number of commander level talks between India and China have tak
Hundreds of elephants have died mysteriously in Botswana's famed Okavango Delta, the wildlife department said Thursday. The officials ruled out poaching as the tusks were found intact. The landlocked southern African country has the world's largest elephant population, estimated to be around 130,000.Samples have been collected and sent to specialised laboratories in South Africa, Zimbabwe and Canada for testing. Similar deaths were first reported in May when authorities found 12 carcasses in just a week in two villages in the northwest of the country. The latest discoveries were flagged by a wildlife conservation charity, Elephants Without Borders (EWB), whose confidential report referring to the 356 dead elephants, was leaked to the media on Wednesday. EWB suspects the elephants have been dying in the area for about three months. According to the report dated June 19, 2020, "70 per cent of elephant carcasses were considered recent, having died about a month ago, and 30 pe

Meghan Markle felt "unprotected" by the royal family while she was pregnant

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Meghan Markle felt "unprotected" by the royal family while she was pregnant Meghan Markle the Duchess of Sussex, felt "unprotected" by the British royal family while she was pregnant with her son Archie, according to London High Court documents filed as part of her legal action against a tabloid newspaper. Meghan, wife of Queen Elizabeth's grandson Prince Harry, is suing publisher  newspaper printed last year which included parts of a handwritten letter she had sent to her estranged father, Thomas Markle, in August. Markle and his daughter have not spoken since he pulled out of appearing at her wedding to Harry in May 2018 after undergoing heart surgery and following news he had staged photos with a paparazzi photographer. The Mail justified publishing the letter by saying five unnamed friends of Meghan, who gave birth to Archie in May 2019, had put her version of events in interviews with the U.S. magazine People. Her legal team say it was untrue she had author
The trial for Meghan's case is not expected this year. But in May, the judge rejected part of her claim that the paper had acted dishonestly and stoked the rift with her father. On Wednesday, Harry said he regretted racism was "still endemic" in society in comments for The Diana Award, established in memory of his late mother, Princess Diana, who was killed in a car crash in 1997 while fleeing paparazzi.

More than 135 people were reportedly killed in a large-scale landslide in the Myanmar.

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At least 135 people were reportedly killed in a large-scale landslide in the  Myanmar.  At least 113 people have died after a landslide at a jade mine in northern Myanmar, according to officialsin the jade-rich Hpakant area of Kachin state after a bout of heavy rainfall, the Myanmar Fire Services Department said on Facebook. The jade miners were smothered by a wave of mud A total of 113 bodies have been found so far.Photos posted on the Facebook page showed a search and rescue team wading through a valley apparently flooded by the mudslide. Now we recovered more than 100 bodies Tar Lin Maung a local official with the information ministry, told Reuters news agency by phone other bodies are in the mud.The numbers are going to rise Fatal landslides are common in the poorly regulated mines of Hpakant, the victims often from impoverished communities who risk their lives hunting the translucent green gemstone. Maung Khaing, a 38-year-old miner from the area who witnessed the accident, sai

Russian vote show just over 28 percent were opposed Putin staying in power until 2036

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Russian vote show just over 28 percent were opposed Putin staying in power until 2036 Russian constitutional vote show 71 percent of the country supported the proposed amendments while just over 28 percent were opposed. The amendments are major updates to Russia's most important legal document. Wednesday marked the final day of in-person voting in the referendum with turnout reaching 65 percent. The 206 amendments range from social issues like pensions to rules for government officials. The one that has received most media attention redefines eligibility for the presidency. In theory it would allow President Vladimir Putin to run for office two more times potentially staying in power until 2036. all-Russian vote took place over a week and for the first time ever in Moscow and Nizhny Novgorod voters were allowed to cast their ballots online. The amendments were already approved by the legislature before being put up for a national vote. Other changes include the regular indexation o

WHO warns COVID19 pandemic is that no matter what situation a country is in, it can be turned around.

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WHO warns COVID19 pandemic is that no matter what situation a country is in, it can be turned around. More than 10.3 million cases of COVID19 have now been reported to WHO, and more than 506,000 deaths. WHO DIRECTOR GENERAL Tedros adhanom ghebreyesus said For the past week, the number of new cases has exceeded 160,000 on every single day 60% of all COVID19 cases so far have been reported just in the past month We will never get tired of saying that the best way out of this pandemic is to take a comprehensive approach" Find Isolate Test and care for every case Trace and quarantine every contact Equip and train healthworkers Educate and empower communities to protect themselves and others. Not testing alone. Not physical distancing alone. Not contact tracing alone. Not masks alone. Do it all Countries that have adopted this comprehensive approach have suppressed COVID19 transmission and saved lives Tedros adhanom ghebreyesus said Flare-ups are to be expected as countries start to li

Imran Khan said India was behind attack on the stock exchange building

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Imran Khan said India was behind attack on the stock exchange building Oxford educated PM of Pakistan ImranKhan declared Osama BinLaden a “shaheed” the Muslim term for a martyr Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan told he had no doubt that India was behind an attack on the stock exchange building in the southern city of Karachi. Four gunmen armed with grenades attacked the Pakistan Stock Exchange on Monday, killing two guards and a policeman before security forces killed the attackers. India had denied a day earlier imran khan offered no evidence for his allegation, but he said there had been intelligence reports warning of attacks in Pakistan and he had informed his cabinet about the threat. The Baloch Liberation Army  a separatist insurgent group from the southwestern province of Balochistan, claimed responsibility for the attack in a message on Twitter. Imran Khan said Pakistan's intelligence agencies had successfully preempted at least four major attacks in the country, two of w

Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli taken to Heart Center in Kathmandu after he complains of chest pain

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Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli taken to Heart Center in Kathmandu after he complains of chest pain Khadga Prasad Sharma Oli, more commonly known as KP Sharma Oli, is a Nepalese politician and the current Prime Minister of Nepal. Oli previously served as prime minister from 11 October 2015 to 3 August 2016 and was the first elected prime minister under the newly adopted Constitution of Nepal Nepal Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli taken to Sahid Gangalal National Heart Center in Kathmandu after he complains of chest pain