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737 AIRLINES BOEING WITH 133 PASSENGERS ON BOARD CRASHES IN CHINA - by Webmaster 26/03/2022 @ 15h10 

Shock and horror across Asia as China Eastern Boeing 737 with 133 people on board  crashes in southwest ChinaBEIJING, March 21 (Reuters) - A China Eastern Airlines (600115.SS) passenger jet with 133 people on board crashed in the mountains of southern China on Monday while on a flight from the city of Kunming to Guangzhou,
The jet involved in the accident was a Boeing 737 aircraft and the number of casualties was not immediately known, state broadcaster CCTV said. Rescue services were on their way to the scene, it said. There was no word on the cause of the crash.
The plane was a 6-year-old 737-800 aircraft, according to Flightradar24. Read more HERE

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FEARS MOUNT FOR SAFETY OF UKRAINE’S NUCLEAR REACTORS AMID RUSSIAN INVASION - by Webmaster 26/02/2022 @ 00h18 

Ukraine: Scot living in Kyiv fears over Russian invasion | HeraldScotlandConcerns are mounting about the safety of Ukraine’s 15 nuclear reactors and the possibility of an ecological disaster in the midst of the Russian invasion.
Experts said that those reactors, at four power plants around the country, had layers of safeguards to prevent a catastrophic meltdown of their cores, but in a full scale war of the kind Vladimir Putin has unleashed, there was a heightened risk of those safety layers all failing at once. Read more HERE

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ISLAMIC STATE-LINKED JIHADISTS KILL AT LEAST 40 CIVILIANS IN MALI AMID TURF WAR - by Webmaster 20/02/2022 @ 18h38 

Man jumped to his death off I-40 during police chase - Opera NewsAn Islamic State-linked group has killed around 40 civilians caught up in a rivalry between warring jihadist groups in Mali’s conflict-plagued north.
There were “at least 40 civilian deaths in three different sites” during a week of bloodshed in the Tessit area near the borders of Burkina Faso and Niger, a civilian official in the area told AFP.. Read more HERE

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CALLS FOR SECURITY CRACKDOWN AS 60 KILLED IN DRC CAMP VIOLENCE - by Webmaster 07/02/2022 @ 20h18 

Calls for security crackdown as 60 are killed in DRC camp violence |  Conflict and arms | The GuardianAt least 60 people, including 15 children, were killed during an attack in the Democratic Republic of the Congo on Wednesday, the latest in a series of violent assaults on civilians in the area.
Armed men reportedly attacked the Plaine Savo camp in Ituri province, in the east of the country, with machetes and guns. Local sources who spoke to Reuters blamed the militia group Cooperative for the Development of Congo, or Codeco, for the attack. Read more HERE

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COUP IN BURKINA FASO AS ARMY CONFIRMS REMOVAL OF PRESIDENT - by Webmaster 26/01/2022 @ 20h39 

Military junta now controls Burkina Faso, say soldiers | Chester and  District StandardBurkina Faso’s military has announced it has removed the president, Roch Marc Kaboré, from office, suspended the constitution and dissolved the government and parliament, confirming a coup in a statement on the state broadcaster.
In a statement signed by the coup leader, Lt Col Paul-Henri Sandaogo Damiba, and read by another official, the army announced the takeover by a previously unknown group – Patriotic Movement for Safeguard and Restoration (MPSR). “MPSR, which includes all sections of the army, has decided to end President Kaboré’s post today,” said the statement, which came following a frenetic day of confusion, as well as silence from the now-deposed government. Read more HERE

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BRONX FIRE: NEW YORK MAYOR ERIC ADAMS REVISES DEATH TOLL TO 17 - by Webmaster 12/01/2022 @ 21h35 

Mayor says 17 died in NYC fire, 2 fewer than first reported | WGN-TVThe mayor of New York City, Eric Adams, on Monday revised the death toll from a high-rise fire in the Bronx on Sunday, saying 17 people were killed, two fewer than originally thought.
Adams said nine adults and eight children died. He did not immediately provide a reason for the lower count.Doctors were working to save several people gravely injured by smoke. Dozens were hospitalized and as many as 13 were in critical condition after the deadliest New York fire in three decades. Read more HERE

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KENTUCKY TORNADOES: DEATH TOLL FROM RECORD TWISTERS EXPECTED TO EXCEED 100 - by Webmaster 12/12/2021 @ 20h18 

Crews Search for the Missing After Devastating Tornadoes | Chicago News |  WTTWThe death toll from record tornadoes that roared across hundreds of miles this weekend is expected to exceed 100 in Kentucky alone, with dozens still unaccounted for as crews scramble to search wreckage.
One tornado that tore through four states over four hours of nighttime devastation is believed to be the longest distance for a tornado in US history, leaving destruction, death and a frantic search by survivors to find family and shelter, from Arkansas to Kentucky. Read more HERE

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US SEEKS RUSSIAN AND CHINESE SUPPORT TO SALVAGE IRAN NUCLEAR DEAL - by Webmaster 05/12/2021 @ 19h11 

What Is the Iran Nuclear Deal? | Council on Foreign RelationsThe US is hoping pressure from Russia, China and some Arab Gulf states may yet persuade Iran to moderate its negotiating stance in regards to the steps the Biden administration must take before both sides return to the 2015 nuclear deal.
Talks in Vienna faltered badly last week, when the new hardline Iranian administration increased its levels of uranium enrichment and tabled proposals that US officials said at the weekend were “not serious”since they had gone back on all the progress made in the previous round of talks. Read more HERE.

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TRAGEDY AT SEA CLAIMS 31 LIVES IN DEADLIEST DAY OF CHANNEL CRISIS - by Webmaster 25/11/2021 @ 16h39 

The Guardian - 'Tragedy at sea claims 31 lives'At least 31 people including five women and a young girl have died trying to cross the Channel to the UK in an inflatable dinghy, officials say, in what is the deadliest incident since the current crisis began.
Two survivors are in intensive care while police have arrested four people suspected of being linked to the drownings. The International Organisation for Migration said it was the biggest single loss of life in the Channel since it began collecting data in 2014. Read more HERE

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KASHMIR TENSIONS HIGH AFTER DEATHS OF MEN "USED AS HUMAN SHIELDS" - by Webmaster 20/11/2021 @ 18h27 

How using human shields in Kashmir underlines Delhi's Tel Aviv tactic |  Free Press KashmirTensions in the Indian state of Kashmir remain on a knife edge after a shootout by the Indian authorities this week left four people dead, with families alleging the gunfight was staged and that police used innocent civilians as a “human shield”.
Police initially described the incident, which took place on Monday when officers raided a shopping complex, as a counter-insurgency operation in which two militants and their associates had been killed in a shootout. The families of three of the men, however, have accused Indian forces of cold-blooded murder and the case has sent ripples of outrage across Kashmir, a region scarred by familiar allegations of extrajudicial killings. Read more HERE

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AT LEAST THREE KILLED IN SUICIDE BOMB ATTACKS IN UGANDAN CAPITAL, KAMPALA - by Webmaster 20/11/2021 @ 17h54 

At least three killed in suicide bomb attacks in Ugandan capital, Kampala |  Uganda | The GuardianTwo explosions rocked Uganda’s capital, Kampala, early on Tuesday, killing at least three civilians in what police described as a coordinated attack by extremists.Three suicide bombers also died in the blasts, police said. The explosions caused chaos in Kampala as terrified residents fled the city’s centre.
“The bomb threats are still active, especially from suicide attackers,” said Fred Enanga, a police spokesperson, blaming the blasts on the Allied Democratic Forces, an Islamic extremist group.
The two explosions occurred within three minutes of each other. Both were carried out by attackers carrying explosives. Read more HERE

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MEXICO ARMY GIVES DRUG CARTELS FREE REIN AS CRITICS CLAIM "NON-AGGRESSION PACT" - by Webmaster 10/11/2021 @ 21h47 

Mexico army gives drug cartels free rein as critics claim 'non-aggression  pact' | Mexico | The GuardianA small squad of soldiers with about a half-dozen trucks and sandbag emplacements stands guard on a rural highway in western Mexico. In one direction, almost within earshot, one drug cartel operates a roadblock extorting farmers. In the other direction, a rival cartel carries out armed patrols in trucks bearing its initials.
The Mexican army has largely stopped fighting drug cartels here, instead soldiers guard the dividing lines between gang territories so they won’t invade each other’s turf – and turn a blind eye to the cartels’ illegal activities just a few hundred yards away. Read more HERE

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SEVERAL PEOPLE "SEVERELY INJURED" IN KNIFE ATTACK ON GERMAN TRAIN - by Webmaster 07/11/2021 @ 14h14 

Knife attack on German train severely injures three peopleA knife attack on a high-speed train in the German state of Bavaria has left three people “severely injured”, with the alleged perpetrator quickly arrested.
A spokesperson for the Bavarian Red Cross, which has 110 responders on the scene, said the organisation processed three “severely injured” people. In addition, 200 to 300 people were removed from the train and were being taken care of at a nearby location.Horst Seehofer, Germany’s interior minister, said the background behind the “terrible” attack was “still unclear.” He said people in Seubersdorf, a municipality 473 km (294 miles) south of Berlin, faced no “acute danger.” Read more HERE

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FRAUGHT CALM FOLLOWS BEIRUT'S WORST DAY OF SECTARIAN VIOLENCE IN DECADE - by Webmaster 16/10/2021 @ 23h19 

Fraught calm follows Beirut's worst day of sectarian violence in decade |  Lebanon | The GuardianA day after the worst sectarian violence in Beirut in more than a decade, a fraught calm hung over the city on Friday with streets largely empty and government offices closed as militia groups started to bury their dead.
Gunfire briefly resounded through areas that on Thursday were the scenes of intense fighting, but armed men were shooting into the air – a defiant precursor to funerals that were due to start.France, Russia, and other European and political leaders appealed for calm as shocked residents continued to reel from scenes reminiscent of the darkest days of the country’s civil war. Read more HERE.

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EUROPEAN COURT ANNULS EU TRADE AND FISHING DEALS WITH MOROCCO - by Webmaster 02/10/2021 @ 01h53 

European court annuls EU trade and fishing deals with Morocco | Morocco |  The GuardianWidely expected decision hailed as victory for Western Saharan independence movement.A European court has struck down the EU’s trade and fishing deals with Morocco because they were agreed without the consent of the people of Western Sahara.
The vast territory on Africa’s Atlantic coast was annexed by Morocco in 1975 after the withdrawal of Spain, the colonial power, in a move largely unrecognised internationally and opposed by the Polisario Front, which fought a 16-year guerrilla war against the kingdom. Read more HERE

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EARTHQUAKE STRIKES CRETE, KILLING MAN AND DAMAGING BUILDINGS - by Webmaster 27/09/2021 @ 21h41 

Earthquake hits Crete, killing one person - CGTNResidents sent fleeing into the streets and schools evacuated from quake on Greek island.The Greek island of Crete has been hit by an earthquake killing one man and injuring 20, while damaging homes and churches and causing rock slides near the country’s fourth-largest city.
The quake, which had a preliminary magnitude of at least 5.8, sent people fleeing into the streets in the city of Heraklion, where schools and older buildings were evacuated. Read more

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UK FORCES LINKED TO DEATHS OF NEARLY 300 AFGHAN CIVILIANS - by Webmaster 23/09/2021 @ 23h04 

Revealed: UK forces linked to deaths of nearly 300 Afghan civilians |  Military | The GuardianMoD compensation logs show just £2,380 paid on average, with more than 80 children among victims
British forces are linked to the deaths of 86 children and more than 200 adult civilians during the Afghanistan conflict, with compensation of just £2,380 paid on average for each life lost, new figures reveal.
They are recorded in official Ministry of Defence (MoD) compensation logs, obtained by a series of freedom of information requests. According to the data, the youngest recorded civilian victim was three years old. Read more HERE

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INTERNATIONAL BACKLASH : USA, BRITAIN AND AUSTRALIA FORM THE INDO-PACIFIC SECURITY ALLIANCE CALLED "AUKUS" - by Webmaster 19/09/2021 @ 00h28 

US backs Lithuania against China pressure; US, UK, Australia form new  security partnership - YouTubeNuclear submarine deal with Australia draws criticism from allies and China amid fears of conflict
Britain and the US were battling to contain an international backlash over a nuclear submarine pact struck with Australia amid concerns the alliance could provoke China and prompt conflict in the Pacific.
Boris Johnson told MPs that the Aukus defence agreement was “not intended to be adversarial” to China. But Beijing accused the three countries of adopting a “cold war mentality” and warned they would harm their own interests unless it was dropped. Read more HERE

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TWO PEOPLE ARE INJURED AFTER MASSIVE FIRE BREAKS OUT ON THE ROOF OF NEW YORK CITY HOSPITAL - by Webmaster 12/09/2021 @ 23h39 

EvacuationsA New York City hospital was ablaze for an hour on Friday, with two people reported injured as firefighters battled the rooftop flames and huge black plumes of smoke billowed into the sky.
The two-alarm fire was reported at the 257-bed St. John's Episcopal Hospital in Far Rockaway, Queens at 5:15pm, a New York Fire Department spokesman told DailyMail.com.Twenty five units responded, with 106 fire fighters and other first responders on the scene. Two civilians were injured, he said, but the extend of their injuries are unclear. The fire was on the exterior roof, he said, and it was unclear how it began.

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