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More than 50 ‘killed in Ethiopia air strike’

More than 50 ‘killed in Ethiopia air strike’

More than 50 people were killed in an air strike that hit a school in northern Ethiopia’s Tigray region that was sheltering people displaced by conflict between the federal and regional governments, two aid workers and Tigray forces said.

Putin asserts control over  Ukraine N-plant, Kyiv disagrees

Putin asserts control over Ukraine N-plant, Kyiv disagrees

Russian President Vladimir Putin yesterday ordered his government to take control of Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, Europe’s largest, as the UN nuclear watchdog warned that power supply to the site was “extremely fragile”.

10 dead after Indian Himalayas avalanche hits climbers

10 dead after Indian Himalayas avalanche hits climbers

Ten people are confirmed dead after an avalanche struck climbers in the Indian Himalayas, police said Wednesday, with 18 other members of the expedition still missing.

Indonesian president visits city where stadium stampede killed 131 people

Indonesian president visits city where stadium stampede killed 131 people

Indonesian President Joko Widodo arrived on Wednesday in the city of Malang, where a stadium stampede killed at least 131 people in one of the deadliest disasters in football history.

Truss faces new  challenge over UK welfare  payments

Truss faces new challenge over UK welfare payments

British Prime Minister Liz Truss triggered a new row in her party yesterday by suggesting she could limit increases in benefit payments to less than soaring inflation as she seeks ways to fund her tax-cutting growth plan.

N Korea fires ballistic missile over Japan

N Korea fires ballistic missile over Japan

Nuclear-armed North Korea yesterday test-fired a ballistic missile farther than ever before, sending it soaring over Japan for the first time in five years and prompting a warning for residents there to take cover.

Sleuths of 'spooky' quantum science win Nobel physics prize

Sleuths of 'spooky' quantum science win Nobel physics prize

Scientists Alain Aspect, John Clauser and Anton Zeilinger won the 2022 Nobel Prize in Physics for experiments in quantum mechanics that laid the groundwork for rapidly-developing new applications in computing and cryptography.

United Nations dramatically hikes Pakistan aid appeal

United Nations dramatically hikes Pakistan aid appeal

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres yesterday urged the world to act at the upcoming pre-COP27 climate talks in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DR Congo) against what he called “a life-or-death struggle for our own safety today and our survival tomorrow”.

Brazil headed for run-off presidential vote

Brazil headed for run-off presidential vote

Brazil entered the final stretch of a deeply polarised presidential race yesterday after an inconclusive first voting round put far-right incumbent Jair Bolsonaro in an unexpectedly strong position.

Brazilians go to the polls in Bolsonaro-Lula showdown

Brazilians go to the polls in Bolsonaro-Lula showdown

Brazilians voted yesterday in the first round of their country’s most polarised election in decades, with leftist Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva expected to beat right-wing incumbent Jair Bolsonaro.

At least 125 dead in Indonesia football stadium stampede

At least 125 dead in Indonesia football stadium stampede

At least 125 people died at an Indonesian football stadium when thousands of angry home fans invaded the pitch and police responded with tear gas that triggered a stampede, authorities said Sunday.

26 killed, over 20 injured after tractor trolley overturns in Northern India

26 killed, over 20 injured after tractor trolley overturns in Northern India

Twenty-six people died and more than 20 others were injured after a tractor trolley overturned in the state of Uttar Pradesh in northern India.

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