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9 Patients lost their lives in a hospital fire in Rasht, Northern Iran

  Chief of the Gilan University of Medical Sciences, Muhammad Taghi Ashoubi, informed reporters on Tuesday that eight more patients had died earlier and that one intubated patient in the intensive care unit had passed away. Gilan Medical Examiner is looking into these patients' cause of death. Upon their transfer to the 17 Shahrivar Children's Hospital, five healthy infants from Qaem Hospital were reported, according to him. 
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Breaking News: Michael Mosley's Death – Post mortem reveals TV doctor’s Cause and Time of death

  The TV star, Dr Michael Mosley likely may have died between 4pm 5pm on the very day he disappeared, going by the initial findings from the autopsy into his death. According to the Greek media, he may have rested few meters away from the safety of a restaurant before collapsing.

A 48 years old man was arrested for defiling his neighbor's 10-year-old daughter.

  Adekola Adeshina, 48, was arrested by the Federal Capital Territory Police Command on suspicion of defiling his neighbor's 10-year-old daughter.  SP Josephine Adeh, the command's spokesperson, said in a statement on Sunday, March 26, 2023, that the suspect was apprehended by operatives attached to the Apo Divisional Police Headquarters and confessed to carrying out the heinous act on multiple occasions.

From Rebel To a Prime Minister For The Third time Running

  After last month's election resulted in a hung parliament, a former Maoist leader who oversaw a decade-long uprising against Nepal's monarchy was chosen as prime minister for the third time in coalition with the main opposition. The opposition communist Unified Marxist-Leninist (UML) party and other relatively small organisations will support Pushpa Kamal Dahal in leading the new government for the first two years of the five-year term, according to party officials on Sunday. Pushpa Kamal Dahal continues to go by his pen name Prachanda, which means "terrible" or "fierce." President Bidhya Devi Bhandari's adviser Tika Dhakal informed the news agency Reuters that "he has been appointed and commands the support of a vast majority of parliament." Prachanda will take the oath of office on Monday and, later this week, demonstrate his majority in the 275-member house. Seven parties have formally endorsed him.

Tragedy: Cough Syrup kills Indonesian Children

  The housewife and maid had little concern when Mohammad Fajar, Siti's son, started experiencing health issues at the end of August this year. The young boy, who was five years old, had just celebrated Indonesia's Independence Day at home in Medan with his family. He used his mother's phone to record videos of himself laughing and dancing. Siti, a pure Indonesian, thought her sole child was well enough to fend off a cold. She offered cough medicine from the neighbourhood drugstore to help him feel better. Fajar passed away on September 15, however. He may have died from suspected renal failure brought on by the widely available medications to help him recover from his cold rather than the illness itself.

Breaking News: Apple Currently Being Sued

  Apple has focused on consumer privacy over the last few years. The iPhone manufacturer has argued about the matter with other Big wits in the Tech industry, most notably Meta, the owner of Facebook. Facebook has lost huge revenue due to Apple's attempts to preserve customer data. However, it turns out that Apple has been gathering user data on its own, despite its users having adjusted their settings to prevent the corporation from doing so. Apple is currently being sued. The software company Mysk's Tommy Mysk and Talal Haj Bakry, who work as app developers and security experts, recently discovered that iOS sends "every tap you make" to Apple from inside one of the business's apps. The developers claim that attempts to prevent collecting this data, such as using the Settings option to "block the sharing of Device Analytics completely," did not affect the data's transmission.

Ukraine Will Receive 1 Billion Euros From Germany.

  From its 2023 budget, the German government has allocated an additional 1 billion euros ($1.03 billion) to support Ukraine. According to a document, funding is set aside to protect Ukraine from Russian hackers and gather proof of war crimes. "The Ukraine budget makes clear that our support goes much beyond the crucial and necessary weapons delivery," said Robin Wagener, a Green lawmaker and chair of the parliamentary Ukraine group. "We heavily put money into promoting peace in Europe and Ukraine." The third-largest military donor to Ukraine is Germany.

Russia: Resuming The START Nuclear Pact Will Be Challenging.

  In negotiations with the US for restarting nuclear arms inspections, Russia says it does not anticipate a speedy breakthrough. Due to the pandemic, the two nations decided in March 2020 to cease their mutual inspections under the New START treaty, the final remaining agreement restricting their strategic nuclear arsenals. They have yet to agree on a deal to restart them, in any case. The deputy foreign minister of Russia, Sergei Ryabkov, downplayed hopes for a breakthrough at the Cairo summit, which he suggested would happen in late November or early December. Russian news outlets quoted him as adding, "This is not a problem that started today or yesterday, and it will scarcely be feasible to address it in a few days."

What Elon Musk Plans To Do After Staking $41 Billion On Twitter.

  The exact words of Elon Musk below: “I invested in Twitter as I believe in its potential to be the platform for free speech around the globe, and I believe free speech is a societal imperative for a functioning democracy.  However, since making my investment I now realize the company will neither thrive nor serve this societal imperative in its current form. Twitter needs to be transformed as a private company . As a result, I am offering to buy 100% of Twitter for $54.20 per share in cash, a 54% premium over the day before I began investing in Twitter and a 38% premium over the day before my investment was publicly announced. My offer is my best and final offer and if it is not accepted, I would need to reconsider my position as a shareholder." Tesla CEO offered $54.20 per share, this was made known in a regulatory filing on the 14th of April, and the stake represents a 38% premium to Twitter’s April 1 close. $14.39 billion was the total money Elon Musk offered to pay to acquir

Monster Mum: 5 Year Old Girl Sold By Her Mum, Then Raped And Killed

Kristy Marie Siple, 35, has been charged with the murder of her 5-year-old daughter who she deliberately sold for sex to her male friend, police say . According to police documents, Kristy Marie accepted money from a man who wanted to have sex with her child, Kamarie Holland who was just aged 5.   Kamarie, who lived in Columbus, Georgia, US with her mom, was found dead 13th Dec, 2021 in an abandoned house just across the state border in Phenix City. The mum had just reported her daughter missing that morning. After a two-week investigation, police arrested the mum on December 28 and charged her with the murder of the child. Another person involved, 37-year-old man Jeremy Williams, is also accused of murder in the case.   According to police, the mum took the money from Williams and let him rape her daughter, local Georgia news agency, CBS affiliate WRBL reported. Police also allege the mum and Williams had a 'relationship' in the past and that Williams was the former owner of t

Breaking News: Chief Of Army Staff Dies In Plane Crash

  Military sources said  Lt General Ibrahim Attahiru   was on a trip to Kaduna when he died in an air crash with some of his aides. Efforts were on to locate the wreckage of the plane and evacuate the remains of the victims. His mission to Kaduna was said to be “official.” The Nigerian Air Force, in a statement by its Director of Public Relations and Information, Air Commodore Edward Gabkwet confirmed the crash. The statement said: “An air crash involving a @NigAirForce aircraft occurred this evening near the Kaduna International Airport. ” The cause of the crash is still being ascertained. More details soon.”

Rape: I Have Been A Victim Of Rape From 7Years Of Age To 24Years

  A Nigerian lady by name Dorothy Edet, has come out to share her heartbreaking story of surviving rape several times which she said started from her childhood.  The woman, while speaking with newsmen during the funeral of Iniobong Umoren, the jobseeker who was raped in Akwa Ibom, recounted how she has been raped by close relatives, strangers as well as people she went to sell her wares to when she was a child.  In her words, ''My name is Dorothy Edet. I am actually a survivor of rape. I understand what it means. When people talk about rape, I also want to air out my voice.

Breaking News: Unknown Gunmen Has Attacked The Country Home Of Imo State Governor

Governor Hope Uzodinma's country home in orlu Imo state has been attacked by unknown gunmen.  It was gathered they invaded the Governor’s residence in Omuma in Oru East Local Government Area in early hours of Saturday. They reportedly killed two security men on duty before torching it. It was also learnt vehicles parked at the compound and part of the building were affected by the fire. Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Declan Emelumba, confirmed the incident. According to him: “It is true but the information is not still clear. It is not true that several security men lost their lives. About two security men on duty at the governor’s house were killed. NSCDC personnel was among the security men who lost their lives during the attack.” Full details soon......  

2024: The New Champions League Format Explained

  The 2024/25 edition of the UEFA Champions League will follow a new and different pattern. What will change? what will stay the same? what it means for fans and how it impacts UEFA’s other club competitions. Since the inaugural competition, known as the European Champion Clubs’ Cup, kicked off in 1955, UEFA has continuously evolved and adapted the Champions League to keep pace with wider changes in the game To ensure the new 2024/25 format will deliver the best for clubs, players and fans, UEFA based its design on extensive consultations with key stakeholders in the European football community. The reforms received unanimous backing on 19 April from both the European Club Association (ECA) Board and the UEFA Club Competitions Committee -composed of a majority of club representatives. "This evolved format will still keep alive the dream of any team in Europe to participate in the UEFA Champions League thanks to results obtained on the pitch and it will enable long-term viability,