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Indonesia Bans Syrup Medicines Sale After 99 Children Died

Indonesia bans syrup medicines sale in response to the deaths of over 100 children. This news comes after a cough syrup in The Gambia was blamed for the deaths of over 70 youngsters only weeks before. The country's health ministry said acute kidney injuries (AKI) had claimed the lives of 99 young children in Indonesia this year. It's unclear whether the medicines were manufactured domestically or imported.
Hajra Shannon
Oct 21, 2022

Indonesia Bans Syrup Medicines Sale After 99 Children Died

Indonesia Bans Syrup Medicines Sale After 99 Children Died

Indonesia bans syrup medicines sale in response to the deaths of over 100 children. This news comes after a cough syrup in The Gambia was blamed for the deaths of over 70 youngsters only weeks before. The country's health ministry said acute kidney injuries (AKI) had claimed the lives of 99 young children in Indonesia this year. It's unclear whether the medicines were manufactured domestically or imported.
Indonesia bans syrup medicines sale in response to the deaths of over 100 children. This news comes after a cough syrup in The Gambia was blamed for the deaths of over 70 youngsters only weeks before. The country's health ministry said acute kidney injuries (AKI) had claimed the lives of 99 young children in Indonesia this year. It's unclear whether the medicines were manufactured domestically or imported.
Hajra Shannon
Oct 21, 2022

Parcel Bombs And Gunshots In Myanmar's Largest Prison Kill At Least Eight People

Parcel Bombs And Gunshots In Myanmar's Largest Prison Kill At Least Eight People

Parcel bombs and gunshots in Myanmar's largest prison kill at least eight people, causing soldiers to fire back, which resulted in several people losing their lives during the conflict, according to official media and a witness account. In a statement that was shared on social media, an armed anti-junta gang claimed responsibility for the incident that took place at the Insein Prison, adding that it was retaliation against (junta chief) Min Aung Hlaing.
Parcel bombs and gunshots in Myanmar's largest prison kill at least eight people, causing soldiers to fire back, which resulted in several people losing their lives during the conflict, according to official media and a witness account. In a statement that was shared on social media, an armed anti-junta gang claimed responsibility for the incident that took place at the Insein Prison, adding that it was retaliation against (junta chief) Min Aung Hlaing.
Tyrese Griffin
Oct 20, 2022

Saudi Arabia Sentence A U.S. Citizen To 16 Years Imprisonment Over Tweets

Saudi Arabia Sentence A U.S. Citizen To 16 Years Imprisonment Over Tweets

Saudi Arabia sentence a U.S. citizen for tweets he sent while he was still a U.S. citizen that were critical of the country. A 72-year-old man from Florida was reportedly arrested in Saudi Arabia and given a 16-year prison sentence. An American and a Saudi national, Saad Ibrahim Almadi is a retired project manager. His son Ibrahim informed The Associated Press that his father was detained in Saudi Arabia in the month of November. According to Almadi's son, his father was held over 14 "minor tweets" he wrote over the course of seven years, most of which were critical of Saudi government policy.
Saudi Arabia sentence a U.S. citizen for tweets he sent while he was still a U.S. citizen that were critical of the country. A 72-year-old man from Florida was reportedly arrested in Saudi Arabia and given a 16-year prison sentence. An American and a Saudi national, Saad Ibrahim Almadi is a retired project manager. His son Ibrahim informed The Associated Press that his father was detained in Saudi Arabia in the month of November. According to Almadi's son, his father was held over 14 "minor tweets" he wrote over the course of seven years, most of which were critical of Saudi government policy.
William Willis
Oct 19, 2022

A Russian Warplane Crash Kills 13 People In An Apartment Building

A Russian Warplane Crash Kills 13 People In An Apartment Building

A Russian warplane crash kills 13 people in an apartment building in the southern Russian city on the Sea of Azov after suffering engine failure. Three persons lost their lives when they attempted to escape the major fire in the apartment building by jumping from upper floors. The structure had nine stories.
A Russian warplane crash kills 13 people in an apartment building in the southern Russian city on the Sea of Azov after suffering engine failure. Three persons lost their lives when they attempted to escape the major fire in the apartment building by jumping from upper floors. The structure had nine stories.
Landon Morton
Oct 18, 2022

Over 600 People Killed And Thousands Evacuated In Nigeria's Worst Flooding In A Decade

Over 600 People Killed And Thousands Evacuated In Nigeria's Worst Flooding In A Decade

Over 600 people killed and thousands evacuated in Nigeria's worst flooding. Floods have affected over 2 million people, according to CNN, citing Nigeria's humanitarian affairs ministry, and over 200,000 homes have been completely or partially destroyed. According to the ministry, the death toll from the worst flooding in Nigeria in a decade has surpassed 600 people.
Over 600 people killed and thousands evacuated in Nigeria's worst flooding. Floods have affected over 2 million people, according to CNN, citing Nigeria's humanitarian affairs ministry, and over 200,000 homes have been completely or partially destroyed. According to the ministry, the death toll from the worst flooding in Nigeria in a decade has surpassed 600 people.
Daisy-Mae Schmitt
Oct 18, 2022

Evin Prison Fire - Multiple Deaths In Iran's Most Infamous Prison

Evin Prison Fire - Multiple Deaths In Iran's Most Infamous Prison

Evin prison fire is one of the headlines of an Iranian state news agency. Reports stated that a major fire at Iran's infamous Evin prison has resulted in the deaths of four inmates and injuries to 61 others. BBC Persian has been informed by sources inside the prison, which is well-known for housing political prisoners, that the number of casualties is likely to be higher. On videos that were shared online, smoke and flames could be seen billowing from the location in Tehran, and the sounds of gunfire and explosions could be heard. The fire started after several weeks of protests against the government across Iran.
Evin prison fire is one of the headlines of an Iranian state news agency. Reports stated that a major fire at Iran's infamous Evin prison has resulted in the deaths of four inmates and injuries to 61 others. BBC Persian has been informed by sources inside the prison, which is well-known for housing political prisoners, that the number of casualties is likely to be higher. On videos that were shared online, smoke and flames could be seen billowing from the location in Tehran, and the sounds of gunfire and explosions could be heard. The fire started after several weeks of protests against the government across Iran.
Rhyley Carney
Oct 17, 2022

As Winter Comes, Russia Is Battered Because Ukraine Can Bring Another Blow

As Winter Comes, Russia Is Battered Because Ukraine Can Bring Another Blow

This week, the ominous sound of air raid sirens and the bursts of Russian attacks broke up the relative peace in Ukrainian towns far from the country's battlefields. As winter comes, Russia is battered. Officials say that since Monday, missiles, rockets, and drones have been used to attack civilian infrastructure in many major cities, including Kyiv, which is hundreds of miles from the front lines in the east and south.
This week, the ominous sound of air raid sirens and the bursts of Russian attacks broke up the relative peace in Ukrainian towns far from the country's battlefields. As winter comes, Russia is battered. Officials say that since Monday, missiles, rockets, and drones have been used to attack civilian infrastructure in many major cities, including Kyiv, which is hundreds of miles from the front lines in the east and south.
William Willis
Oct 14, 2022

Jury Orders Alex Jones To Pay Sandy Hook Victims’ Families Nearly $1 Billion

Jury Orders Alex Jones To Pay Sandy Hook Victims’ Families Nearly $1 Billion

The relatives of the eight people slain in the 2012 massacre as well as the F.B.I. agent who arrived at the scene received damages from a Connecticut jury. After spending years making up stories about the incident, Jones had already been found to be liable for defamation as the jury orders Alex Jones to pay sandy hook victims’ families nearly 1 billion. The families of eight Sandy Hook massacre victims won nearly $1 billion in damages from Infowars liar Alex Jones on Wednesday, dealing a fatal blow to his empire and sending a clear message that his lies and those of his supporters have grave repercussions.
The relatives of the eight people slain in the 2012 massacre as well as the F.B.I. agent who arrived at the scene received damages from a Connecticut jury. After spending years making up stories about the incident, Jones had already been found to be liable for defamation as the jury orders Alex Jones to pay sandy hook victims’ families nearly 1 billion. The families of eight Sandy Hook massacre victims won nearly $1 billion in damages from Infowars liar Alex Jones on Wednesday, dealing a fatal blow to his empire and sending a clear message that his lies and those of his supporters have grave repercussions.
William Willis
Oct 14, 2022

Russia Nuclear Weapons Ukraine - Is It Possible For Russia To Use Tactical Nuclear Weapons?

Russia Nuclear Weapons Ukraine - Is It Possible For Russia To Use Tactical Nuclear Weapons?

Vladimir Putin has said that Russia will use "all the tools we have" to "protect our territory," which includes parts of Ukraine that Russia recently took over. What is the possibility of Russia nuclear weapons Ukraine? However, US Vice President Joe Biden has said that Putin is unlikely to use a tactical nuclear bomb in the fight with Ukraine.
Vladimir Putin has said that Russia will use "all the tools we have" to "protect our territory," which includes parts of Ukraine that Russia recently took over. What is the possibility of Russia nuclear weapons Ukraine? However, US Vice President Joe Biden has said that Putin is unlikely to use a tactical nuclear bomb in the fight with Ukraine.
Henry Hamer
Oct 13, 2022

Zelenskyy Seeks For ‘Air Shield’ Against Russian Missiles As G7 Vows Renewed Support For Ukraine

Zelenskyy Seeks For ‘Air Shield’ Against Russian Missiles As G7 Vows Renewed Support For Ukraine

With the world's richest democracies promising to stand with Kyiv for "as long as it takes," Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy seeks for ‘air shield’. At a televised conference on Tuesday, Zelenskyy pleaded with the G7 leaders in a televised conference a day after Russia launched a missile attack on Ukrainian towns. After the meeting, the G7 published a unified statement in which they promised Ukraine "financial, humanitarian, military, political, and legal assistance... for as long as it takes." The G7 consists of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
With the world's richest democracies promising to stand with Kyiv for "as long as it takes," Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy seeks for ‘air shield’. At a televised conference on Tuesday, Zelenskyy pleaded with the G7 leaders in a televised conference a day after Russia launched a missile attack on Ukrainian towns. After the meeting, the G7 published a unified statement in which they promised Ukraine "financial, humanitarian, military, political, and legal assistance... for as long as it takes." The G7 consists of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
Daisy-Mae Schmitt
Oct 13, 2022

The Head Of GCHQ Says China's Tech Advancement Poses A Threat To Global Security

The Head Of GCHQ Says China's Tech Advancement Poses A Threat To Global Security

The head of British intelligence says that China's tech advancement poses a threat to global security as China is trying to use satellites and digital money to stifle dissent at home and keep an eye on its enemies abroad. In contrast to the United Kingdom and its democratic allies, China sees technological progress as a "tool to gain an advantage through control of their markets, of those in their sphere of influence, and their own citizens," as stated in a speech excerpt by Jeremy Fleming, head of the United Kingdom's electronic spy agency, GCHQ.
The head of British intelligence says that China's tech advancement poses a threat to global security as China is trying to use satellites and digital money to stifle dissent at home and keep an eye on its enemies abroad. In contrast to the United Kingdom and its democratic allies, China sees technological progress as a "tool to gain an advantage through control of their markets, of those in their sphere of influence, and their own citizens," as stated in a speech excerpt by Jeremy Fleming, head of the United Kingdom's electronic spy agency, GCHQ.
William Willis
Oct 12, 2022

Shock And Horror Across Ukraine After Russia' Current Wave Of Strikes

Shock And Horror Across Ukraine After Russia' Current Wave Of Strikes

It's eerily familiar for those of us who were here in February when Russia launched its full-scale invasion. As further missile and drone assaults are predicted, we have been instructed to spend as much time as possible in the basement. This has spread shock and horror in Ukraine after Russia's current wave of strikes.
It's eerily familiar for those of us who were here in February when Russia launched its full-scale invasion. As further missile and drone assaults are predicted, we have been instructed to spend as much time as possible in the basement. This has spread shock and horror in Ukraine after Russia's current wave of strikes.
Rhyley Carney
Oct 11, 2022

US Officials Hold Their First In-person Meeting With Taliban Leaders Since US Killed Al Qaeda's Head In July

US Officials Hold Their First In-person Meeting With Taliban Leaders Since US Killed Al Qaeda's Head In July

US officials hold their first in-person meeting with the Taliban on Saturday since al Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri was killed by the US in his Kabul residence in late July, according to two individuals familiar with the conversations. The administration sent the CIA's deputy director and the senior State Department official in charge of Afghanistan to Doha for discussions with the Taliban team, which included the Taliban's chief of intelligence, Abdul Haq Wasiq.
US officials hold their first in-person meeting with the Taliban on Saturday since al Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri was killed by the US in his Kabul residence in late July, according to two individuals familiar with the conversations. The administration sent the CIA's deputy director and the senior State Department official in charge of Afghanistan to Doha for discussions with the Taliban team, which included the Taliban's chief of intelligence, Abdul Haq Wasiq.
Landon Morton
Oct 09, 2022

Child Care Center Massacre In Thailand - Former Policeman Kills 36 People

Child Care Center Massacre In Thailand - Former Policeman Kills 36 People

A recently fired police officer with a revolver and a knife went on a killing spree in a child care center massacre in Thailand on Thursday. According to Dr. Surapong Phadungwiang, a provincial health official, he killed 36 people, 24 of whom were children, before the day was over.
A recently fired police officer with a revolver and a knife went on a killing spree in a child care center massacre in Thailand on Thursday. According to Dr. Surapong Phadungwiang, a provincial health official, he killed 36 people, 24 of whom were children, before the day was over.
Paula M. Graham
Oct 07, 2022

Britain And The World Say Farewell To Queen Elizabeth II As She Lays To Rest

Britain And The World Say Farewell To Queen Elizabeth II As She Lays To Rest

After a regal state funeral attended by world leaders and a historic final ceremonial procession through crowded London streets, Britain and the world say farewell to Queen Elizabeth II as she laid to rest on Monday. After a year of deteriorating health, the longest-reigning monarch in British history passed away on September 8 at Balmoral, her Scottish Highland home. She was 96.
After a regal state funeral attended by world leaders and a historic final ceremonial procession through crowded London streets, Britain and the world say farewell to Queen Elizabeth II as she laid to rest on Monday. After a year of deteriorating health, the longest-reigning monarch in British history passed away on September 8 at Balmoral, her Scottish Highland home. She was 96.
Daisy-Mae Schmitt
Sep 20, 2022

Putin Calls For De-escalation As The Death Toll In The Kyrgyz-Tajik Border Conflict Nears 100

Putin Calls For De-escalation As The Death Toll In The Kyrgyz-Tajik Border Conflict Nears 100

On Sunday, Putin calls for de-escalation as the death toll in the Kyrgyz-Tajik border conflict nears 100. The announcement came as a fragile ceasefire between the two Central Asian nations continued into a second day and as their common ally, Russia urged a de-escalation. During the period from September 14 to 16, former Soviet countries fought each other over a disagreement on a border issue.
On Sunday, Putin calls for de-escalation as the death toll in the Kyrgyz-Tajik border conflict nears 100. The announcement came as a fragile ceasefire between the two Central Asian nations continued into a second day and as their common ally, Russia urged a de-escalation. During the period from September 14 to 16, former Soviet countries fought each other over a disagreement on a border issue.
Landon Morton
Sep 20, 2022

Putin's Insistence That The War Is Going Well Is Hurting Russia As It Desperately Seeks New Recruits, According To Experts

Putin's Insistence That The War Is Going Well Is Hurting Russia As It Desperately Seeks New Recruits, According To Experts

After a weekend of decisive military defeats at the hands of Ukraine's surprisingly strong troops, Russia is forced to deal with its obvious manpower problem and a headstrong president who won't let up. Experts say that Russia's unwillingness to mobilize troops so far in the nearly seven-month war is a result of the humiliating losses. Putin's insistence that the war is going well is hurting Russia as it desperately seeks new recruits, according to experts.
After a weekend of decisive military defeats at the hands of Ukraine's surprisingly strong troops, Russia is forced to deal with its obvious manpower problem and a headstrong president who won't let up. Experts say that Russia's unwillingness to mobilize troops so far in the nearly seven-month war is a result of the humiliating losses. Putin's insistence that the war is going well is hurting Russia as it desperately seeks new recruits, according to experts.
Mariella Blankenship
Sep 15, 2022

The Biden Administration Is Pushing For A Global Ban On Anti-satellite Weapons

The Biden Administration Is Pushing For A Global Ban On Anti-satellite Weapons

Vice President Kamala Harris told a meeting of the National Space Council on Friday that the United States will bring a resolution to the United Nations General Assembly asking other countries not to test anti-satellite missiles. As reported, the Biden administration is pushing for a global ban on anti-satellite weapons for a reason.
Vice President Kamala Harris told a meeting of the National Space Council on Friday that the United States will bring a resolution to the United Nations General Assembly asking other countries not to test anti-satellite missiles. As reported, the Biden administration is pushing for a global ban on anti-satellite weapons for a reason.
Daisy-Mae Schmitt
Sep 14, 2022

Round-the-clock Vigil To Give Mourners A Chance To Bid Queen Elizabeth Farewell

Round-the-clock Vigil To Give Mourners A Chance To Bid Queen Elizabeth Farewell

Round-the-clock vigil to give mourners a chance to bid Queen Elizabeth farewell from Wednesday evening (Sep 14) until early on the day of her funeral. Before her state funeral on September 19, which will be attended by world leaders, hundreds of thousands of people are expected to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II. The Department for Digital, Culture, Media, and Sport said that people could walk by the coffin 24 hours a day from 5 p.m. local time on Wednesday, September 14, until 6.30 a.m. on Friday, September 19.
Round-the-clock vigil to give mourners a chance to bid Queen Elizabeth farewell from Wednesday evening (Sep 14) until early on the day of her funeral. Before her state funeral on September 19, which will be attended by world leaders, hundreds of thousands of people are expected to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II. The Department for Digital, Culture, Media, and Sport said that people could walk by the coffin 24 hours a day from 5 p.m. local time on Wednesday, September 14, until 6.30 a.m. on Friday, September 19.
William Willis
Sep 12, 2022
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