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Deadly fireworks warehouse explosion claims 10 lives in Thailand, including three innocent children. The incident also left more than 100 people injured, with the toll expected to rise.
Typhoon Doksuri claims five lives as Philippines struggles with floods and landslides on Wednesday. The typhoon, also known as Egay locally, caused extensive flooding and triggered numerous landslides, resulting in at least five fatalities, as reported by the country's authorities.
Deadly wildfires have killed more than 40 people in the Mediterranean, which has also led to the destruction of several lands and properties. Among the victims were two elderly individuals in Italy who were found burned to death in their home.
Three Palestine gunmen killed by Israeli troops during an attack near Nablus On Tuesday. Israel's defense minister and army confirmed the incident.
Israeli Lawmakers Decide To Vote On Weakening The Supreme Court Amid Protests, As Netanyahu Leaves Hospital
Despite six months of street protests, parliamentary maneuvering, compromise talks, and warnings from the White House, Israeli lawmakers decide to vote on weakening the Supreme Court amid protests, as Netanyahu leaves hospital.
Russian strikes on Odesa damage historical Orthodox cathedral in a deeply troubling incident resulting in the loss of human lives and causing injuries to several others. The attack has sparked widespread outrage both within Ukraine and internationally, prompting President Zelensky to promise retaliation.
Police say missing Alabama woman's abduction claim is unverifiable during an update regarding the case. Carlethia "Carlee" Nichole Russell, from Alabama, disappeared for 49 hours last week after contacting 911 to report a toddler walking alone along the highway.
Election winner's PM bid derailed as turmoil grips Thailand as the leader of Thailand's victorious Move Forward Party faces fresh challenges on Wednesday. Pita Limjaroenrat, a U.S.-educated liberal, encountered significant obstacles, including being suspended as a lawmaker by the Constitutional Court and having his re-nomination scuttled in parliament by rivals.
A recent report reveals that a serving US soldier has been detained by North Korea after unauthorized border crossing from South Korea. The soldier was part of an organized tour of the United Nations-run zone that separates the two countries.
According to a Ukrainian security official, Ukraine has claimed responsibility for a recent attack on Crimea bridge that connects it to the Russian mainland. This bridge is a crucial supply route for Russia's military operations in Ukraine and holds significant strategic and symbolic value for President Vladimir Putin.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu discharged from hospital with heart monitor after dizziness. Netanyahu was discharged from Sheba Medical Center after the hospital confirmed that comprehensive tests were conducted, revealing no abnormalities.
A breakdown of Zelensky's objectives at NATO and the outcomes achieved in the recent NATO summit in Vilnius as he was not granted the wish of extending an immediate invitation for Ukraine to join the alliance.
Former Manson follower Leslie Van Houten freed after 53 years in prison for the brutal murder of a Los Angeles grocer and his wife in 1969. Van Houten, now 73 years old, was only 19 when she participated in the murders.
Turkey approves Sweden's NATO membership bid on Monday after Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan took a significant step, bringing an end to months of uncertainty that had strained the alliance amid ongoing conflicts in Ukraine.
In a recent development, the Spanish coast guard successfully rescued 86 individuals from a migrant boat that had been missing for over a week. The vessel, carrying people from sub-Saharan Africa, was located approximately 70 nautical miles (130km) southwest of the Canary Islands.
On Saturday, tragedy struck as a fatal private jet crash claims six lives near Los Angeles after it caught fire in a field near an airport. Local and federal authorities confirmed the unfortunate incident.
The Belarusian President says Wagner mercenary leader Yevgeny Prigozhin is in Russia, stating that, Yevgeny Prigozhin, the chief of the mercenary group, is specifically located in St. Petersburg. Lukashenko clarified that while Prigozhin has returned to Russia, Wagner's troops continue to remain stationed at the camps where they were positioned prior to the brief uprising.
Israeli forces end fatal operation in West Bank City, pulling back its troops from a militant stronghold. This intense operation resulted in the deaths of at least 13 Palestinians and one Israeli soldier, as well as displacing thousands of people and causing significant damage to the area.
Philadelphia shooting kills five in worst July 4th violence in the United States as a tragic incident unfolded in a Philadelphia neighborhood on Monday night, where a 40-year-old individual carried out a series of shootings. The violence began inside a house, where one man was killed, and then extended to the streets, where four others were fatally shot.
The Israeli military launches a major strike in West Bank city of Jenin as part of a significant counterterrorism operation. The primary target of the operation was a command center utilized by militant fighters located within a refugee camp adjacent to the city.
The grandmother of slain teenager appeals for end to riots in France that erupted in the aftermath of his death, as French authorities gear up for a sixth night of rioting. The 17-year-old boy was fatally shot by a police officer in a Paris suburb.
Possible human remains discovered in Titan submarine wreckage and evidence retrieved from the seafloor, as stated by the US Coast Guard on Wednesday. This disclosure came approximately a week after the confirmation of the implosion of the vessel, which was en route to the Titanic, in the North Atlantic, leading to the tragic loss of all five individuals aboard.
Kramatorsk restaurant strike a proof that death strikes anywhere in Ukraine as the jovial atmosphere in the restaurant was shattered when a devastating event unfolded shortly after 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday. A Russian missile mercilessly tore through the establishment, resulting in the tragic loss of at least 11 lives.
Putin allows Wagner fighters to join Russian army, go to Belarus, or return home after a recent revolt by the Wagner group mercenaries, which caused a stir in the country with their failed attempt to march on Moscow.