47 dead in India’s tainted liquor tragedy

47 dead in India’s tainted liquor tragedy, Police arrested four people over illicit liquor sales and seized 200l of the alcoholic drink. Since Wednesday more than 150 people, suffering from vomiting, stomach aches and diarrhea. The death toll from the latest case of tainted liquor in the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu has climbed

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Israeli forces deepen Rafah invasion, kill 17

Israeli forces deepen Rafah invasion, kill 17 in central camps. Over 37,400 people killed in Gaza with significant destruction. Despite demands for a truce, fighting continues with no end in sight. Israeli airstrikes on Tuesday killed at least 17 Palestinians in two of the Gaza Strip’s historic refugee camps and Israeli tanks pushed deeper into

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Biden pushes Gaza ceasefire deal in Eid message

Biden pushes Gaza ceasefire deal in Eid message. US has been pressing Israel, Hamas to formally accept ceasefire deal greenlighted by UNSC last week. Biden notes American efforts to ‘advocate for the rights of other Muslim communities’ facing persecution. President Joe Biden used his Eid-ul-Azha message to Muslims to advocate a US-backed ceasefire deal in

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Italy begin Euro 2024 title defence with win

Italy begin Euro 2024 title defence with win, now move on to a heavyweight showdown with Spain on Thursday. Italy recovered from conceding the fastest goal in European Championship history to begin their title defence with a 2-1 win over Albania on Saturday, after Spain made a dream start to their campaign by beating Croatia

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England stay alive with rain-hit win over Namibia

England stay alive with rain-hit win over Namibia. Victory took England level on points with Scotland in Group B but with a superior net run-rate. Reigning champions England maintained their bid to reach the second round of the Twenty20 World Cup with a 41-run victory in a must-win group game against Namibia in Antigua Saturday.

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Myanmar junta orders evacuations around state capital

Myanmar junta orders evacuations around state capital. In November, the Arakan Army launched a wave of attacks on the military across Rakhine. Residents of 15 villages around Sittwe were given five days to leave their homes and move to the state capital. Myanmar’s junta has ordered thousands of people living outside a state capital threatened

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Hajj pilgrims ‘stone the devil’ as Muslims mark Eid-ul-Azha

Hajj pilgrims ‘stone the devil’ as Muslims mark Eid-ul-Azha. 1.8 million Muslims faced intense heat in Mina during Hajj. Despite political restrictions, many pilgrims expressed support for Palestinians. Pilgrims performed Sunday the last major ritual of the Hajj, the “stoning of the devil,” in western Saudi Arabia, as Muslims the world over celebrated the Eid-ul-Azha

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