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    Several Dead Due to Cyclone in Madagascar

     

    Several people have died in the island nation of Madagascar due to the cyclone “Gamane.” Entire towns were partially submerged. The extent of the damages is not yet clear.

    All Eyes on Istanbul

    In Turkey, the municipal elections have begun, with a particular focus on Istanbul. President Erdogan is determined to wrest the city from the opposition, and the outcome could have far-reaching consequences for Turkey.

    Thousands Demonstrate Against Netanyahu Government

    Once again, thousands in several Israeli cities have protested against the government of Prime Minister Netanyahu. They called for new elections and a hostage agreement with Hamas.

    Facing Inflation Anxiety at the Polls

    Life in Turkey has rapidly become more expensive due to the enormous inflation. This weighs heavily on people’s minds ahead of the municipal elections on Sunday – in the cities as well as in rural areas.

    New Super Subway Aims to Boost Birth Rate

    South Korea has one of the lowest birth rates in the world. Now, the government aims to increase the number of children with a new subway system.

    Remembering Former US Senator Joe Lieberman

    Former US Senator Joe Lieberman, who made history as the first Jewish candidate for the position of US Vice President, passed away at the age of 82 in New York.

    New York Bolsters Security in Subways

    Reports of violent incidents in New York subways, some fatal, have prompted Governor Hochul to announce a heightened security initiative.

    Updates on the Bridge Collapse

    What is known about the bridge collapse in Baltimore after being hit by a cargo ship named “Dali”? What are the implications of the incident? Have any details emerged about the cause? Is there hope for the six individuals reported missing?

    The Poet of Steel” Has Passed Away

    Renowned US sculptor Richard Serra has died. He passed away at the age of 85 due to pneumonia, as reported by the “New York Times”. He was famous for his monumental steel works.

    US Authorities Confirm Six Deaths

    After the collapse of a highway bridge in the city of Baltimore, US authorities have ceased the search for six missing individuals. Authorities continue to believe that the incident was an accident.

    Heightened Alert, Massive Police Presence

    France lowered its security level in January, but after the attack near Moscow, the highest alert level is now in effect. According to Prime Minister Attal, ISIS poses an acute threat to France as well.

    Numerous Deaths in Floods in Brazil

    First came the heatwave, then the stormy weather. Heavy rains in southeastern Brazil have led to floods and landslides, resulting in at least 25 deaths. Rescue operations are still ongoing.

    Opposition Politician Faye Wins Election in Senegal

    Opposition Politician Faye Wins Election in Senegal Until a few months ago, the opposition politician Faye was virtually unknown in Senegal. However, he has now surprisingly won the presidential election by a clear margin. Government candidate Ba has already conceded defeat.

    US Senate Passes $1.2 Trillion Budget Package to Avert Government Shutdown

    Read about how the US Senate narrowly avoided a government shutdown by approving a massive $1.2 trillion budget package.

    Water Crisis Grips Johannesburg: Struggles with Shortage and Infrastructure Failures

    Explore the dire situation unfolding in Johannesburg as the city grapples with a severe water shortage exacerbated by a combination of factors, including a heatwave and crumbling infrastructure.

    Hong Kong Enacts Controversial “Security Law” Amid International Criticism

    Discover the latest developments as Hong Kong’s highly controversial “Security Law” officially takes effect, granting authorities increased powers to suppress dissenting voices within the financial hub.

    Urgent Diplomatic Push: US Calls for Immediate Ceasefire in Gaza Conflict

    US Secretary of State Antony Blinken advocates for an immediate ceasefire between Israel and Hamas, presenting a draft resolution to the UN Security Council.

    Financial Struggle: Trump’s Campaign Appeals for Supporters to Cover $450 Million Fine

    Former US President Donald Trump’s campaign launches a fundraising drive to gather over $450 million in fines imposed by a New York court. Facing property seizure threats, Trump seeks financial backing from his supporters to avoid potential loss of assets, including the iconic Trump Tower.

    Ukraine: what to remember from Sunday, October 23

    While Moscow accuses kyiv of preparing a "dirty bomb", Emmanuel Macron still wants to believe that "peace is possible". Ukrainian firefighters try to put out...