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Emergency Alert - Six dead after shootout with police in India

Jun, 16 2021 at 09:29 PM (UTC)

Six Maoist extremists have been killed in a shootout with Andhra Pradesh police in Visakhapatnam, India. Those killed were members of the banned Communist Party of India. Of the six Maoists, three were men and three were women. According to the Superintendent of Police, B V Krishna Rao, police seized an AK-47 rifle, a self-loading rifle (SLR), a carbine, three .303 rifles, extremist literature and explosive materials, among other things. He went on to say that several others escaped during the exchange and is imploring that they surrender and turn themselves in. Unconfirmed reports have stated that some top leaders of the Maoist group were among those who escaped. The police are trying to track their movements with helicopters.

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Emergency Alert - Nine dead killed by severe storms in Pakistan

Jun, 16 2021 at 08:30 PM (UTC)

At least nine people have been killed and 17 others injured after storms ravaged parts of Pakistan. Four of the deaths and 12 of the injuries occurred in the last 24 hours. All of the victims involved were from the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province in the country's northwest. The provincial disaster management authority has confirmed the current total of deaths and injuries. The majority of the rain fell on the hilly and mountainous districts of Chitral, Dir, Mansehra, and Swat. A number of houses were also damaged in these districts. The disaster management authority has directed the respective district administrations to set up relief resources in the affected areas.

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Emergency Alert - Rohingya camp in India burns down, hundreds homeless

Jun, 14 2021 at 10:01 PM (UTC)

A Rohingya refugee camp has burned down in India, leaving hundreds of people homeless. The camp was located in the Madanpur Khadar area of the country's capital, New Delhi, and was home to at least 55 families. According to a resident, Sufia Khatoon, the blaze began in an abandoned hut. This is the second time that the camp has burned down since 2018. There are an estimated 40,000 Rohingya refugees in various camps across India. The fire comes amid a government crackdown on the Rohingya refugees; in March, police in Jammu city and New Delhi jailed more than 200 refugees, claiming that they were living in the country "illegally."

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Emergency Alert - Eighteen killed after bus overturns in Pakistan

Jun, 11 2021 at 10:55 PM (UTC)

At least 18 people are dead after a bus overturned in Balochistan province, Pakistan. Forty-two others were injured in the accident. According to security official Bilal Ahmed, the bus was ferrying pilgrims back to the Wadh area of Balochistan from a religious event in Sindh province at the time of the incident. He went on to say that the accident occurred because the driver of the bus was speeding, lost control of the vehicle, and slid into a ditch. Those who were seriously injured have been transferred to Karachi, approximately 350 km from the site of the accident. Road accidents are fairly common in Pakistan, particularly on the poorly maintained rural roads and highways where this accident took place.

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Emergency Alert - India sets record for most covid-related deaths in a day

Jun, 10 2021 at 10:41 PM (UTC)

India has set the new global record for most deaths due to COVID-19 in a single day. At least 6,148 new deaths were recorded throughout the country on Thursday. This surpasses the previous record of 5,444 deaths set by the United States on February 12. The sharp increase in deaths is due in part to Bihar state updating their figures to include people who had succumbed to the virus at home or in private hospitals. With more than 29.2 million cases and 360,000 deaths, India remains the second-worst affected country in the world, after the United States. However, many experts believe that figures in the country may still be under-reported.

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Emergency Alert - Thirty-two killed by lightning in India

Jun, 10 2021 at 12:24 AM (UTC)

At least 32 people have been killed by lightning strikes in West Bengal over the course of two days. Twenty-seven of the victims died on Monday while the remaining five fell victim on Tuesday. Lightning strikes from the monsoon continued to hit districts in the area into Wednesday but no additional deaths have been reported. The national and state governments have both announced a two lakh rupee (~2,740 USD) compensation for the families of the deceased. This comes just a week after Cyclone Yaas struck the same region of the country, damaging thousands of villages and killing several people in neighboring states.

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Emergency Alert - Six killed in political violence in Mexico

Jun, 09 2021 at 02:03 PM (UTC)

At least six people are dead in Chiapas state, Mexico, after another act of election-related violence. According to Ángel Ávila, a representative from the Democratic Revolution Party (PRD), five of the six killed were members of the PRD. The five PRD members were traveling with one other person when they were ambushed in Pueblo Nuevo Solistahuacán. Among those killed, four belonged to the same family: Bernardino Sánchez López, his son, his daughter and his son-in-law. The attack happened while Sánchez was being transported to the hospital for an injury he sustained during a separate ambush that happened Saturday. The attack is believed to be related to a dispute with the Social Encounter Party. This incident comes during the most violent electoral period in the country's history.

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Emergency Alert - At least 51 killed in train accident in Pakistan

Jun, 07 2021 at 11:27 PM (UTC)

At least 51 people have been killed after two trains collided in Ghotki, Pakistan. A Millat Express train derailed at about 3:30 a.m. and a Sir Syed Express train smashed into the back of it minutes later. At least 100 others were injured. It has not yet been determined how the train derailed, but according to one passenger, workers were repairing one of the train cars before departure. The driver of the second train braked as soon as he saw the stopped train but was not able to stop in time. Train accidents are relatively common in Pakistan, with successive governments showing little interest in improving their poorly maintained signal system and tracks.

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Emergency Alert - Tainted alcohol kills five and hospitalizes 22

Jun, 03 2021 at 11:25 PM (UTC)

At least five people have died and 22 others were hospitalized after drinking tainted alcohol in Aligarh, India. The victims began feeling unwell after drinking liquor that had been dumped into a canal. According to Senior Superintendent of Police, Kalanidhi Naithani, “It appears that some persons involved in the spurious liquor trade dumped their entire stock in the canal fearing a raid.” Doctors are working tirelessly to save the lives of the 22 criticallly ill patients that arrived at the ICU overnight. According to the doctors, more lives may have been saved had they gotten to the hospital sooner, as the first six hours are crucial in the treatment. This incident comes just days after 35 people also died from drinking illegally produced alcohol in the same district.

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