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Emergency Alert - Nine killed at wake in Mexico

Jan, 08 2021 at 11:58 PM (UTC)

At least nine people are dead and one injured after gunmen opened fire at a wake in Guanajuato state, Mexico. The victims were standing outside of a house in a low-income neighborhood where the wake for a young man, who had also been gunned down, was taking place. Security analyst David Saucedo stated that the attack appears to have been carried out by the Jalisco New Generation Cartel because they may have believed that the victims were tied to the Santa Rosa de Lima gang, but many may not have been. A bloody turf war between rival gangs has been raging in Guanajuato for years and the violence continues, despite the capture of the leader of the Santa Rosa de Lima gang in August. Similar mass killings occurred in September and July.

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Emergency Alert - Mass grave found in Mexico

Jan, 07 2021 at 09:44 PM (UTC)

A mass grave containing 16 bodies has been found in Tlajomulco, Jalisco, Mexico. The grave was found on an abandoned property. This brings the total bodies found in mass graves in the municipality since 2018 to 187, which is more than any other municipality in the country. The majority of the victims were found in 2020, during which authorities exhumed 154 bodies. The state as a whole also holds the record for most bodies found at 445 since 2018. Following Jalisco is Sinaloa, Colima, Sonora and Michoacán, in that order. According to the National Registry of Clandestine Graves and Exhumed Bodies, Mexico as a whole has recovered the remains of 1,682 people between 2019 and 2020.

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Emergency Alert - Five killed in attack in Kenya

Jan, 06 2021 at 11:01 PM (UTC)

Five family members have been murdered after unknown assailants stormed their home in Kagongo Karura village, Kenya. According to witnesses, the victims were a father, a mother, their two children and their niece. The body of the man was found outside of their house while the other victims were found inside. Worries began on Monday when the body of an employee of the family's compound was found next to a nearby building. Detectives from the Directorate of Criminal Investigation’s homicide unit have been at the scene investigating but have yet to find any potential suspects. The bodies of the deceased have since been moved to the local mortuary.

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Emergency Alert - At least six killed and nine injured after accident in Nigeria

Jan, 05 2021 at 10:28 PM (UTC)

At least six people have died and nine others were injured on Tuesday after an accident between an articulated truck and a Toyota bus along the Lagos-Ibadan expressway in Nigeria. According to Ahmed Umar, the local Sector Commander of the Federal Road Safety Corps, the collision occurred because the driver of the truck was driving recklessly, lost control of the vehicle and smashed into the bus. The bus driver immediately lost control and the bus rolled over. Umar went on to say that the driver of the truck tried to escape but was apprehended and brought to the police station. Those who were injured, including one child, are currently being treated at both Olabisi Onabanjo University Teaching Hospital and Idera Hospital, both of which are in Sagamo.

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Emergency Alert - Eleven miners in Pakistan kidnapped and murdered

Jan, 05 2021 at 02:30 AM (UTC)

Eleven coal miners were kidnapped and killed in the Balochistan region of Pakistan on Sunday. Islamic state militants attacked the men while they were sleeping near the remote mine located about 100km (62 miles) from Quetta. Two of the deceased were from Afghanistan, and their bodies have been returned to their home country to be buried. The attack has sparked protests where around 2,500 people are demanding that the attackers be tracked down and brought to justice. Prime Minister Imran Khan referred to the attack as "yet another cowardly, inhumane act of terrorism," and has assured the families of the victims they will not be abandoned by the government. While mines in the country have become notorious for poor safety standards, attacks such as this are rare.

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Emergency Alert - At least 25 have died during protests in India

Dec, 18 2020 at 09:39 PM (UTC)

According to Manoj Yadav, director-general of police in India's Haryana state, at least 25 people have died during farming protests in India over the past three weeks. Fourteen of those deaths have been due to natural causes, including heart attacks and succumbing to the cold; another ten were due to traffic accidents and the remaining one was a suicide that occurred just two days ago. However, farming leader Darshan Pal claims that the death toll may actually be as high as 35. The protests began on November 26 after people were angered by three farming laws passed in September that farmers believe will reduce their income and help big corporations. Prime minister Narendra Modi has offered to "very humbly" engage in further talks with protesting farmers.

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Emergency Alert - Eight dead after bus collides with tanker in India

Dec, 16 2020 at 11:00 PM (UTC)

According to Moradabad Inspector General of Police, Ramit Sharma, at least eight people have died and 21 others have been injured after a bus collided with a gas tanker in Uttar Pradesh, India. The accident was a head-on collision along the Agra-Moradabad road and was likely caused by poor visibility due to high levels of fog. Police and district administration officials are at the scene and traffic has been diverted, as there is still some gas in the tanker. In a statement, Prime Minister Narendra Modi offered his sympathies to the families of those who were killed and wished the injured individuals a speedy recovery. The victims who were injured have been transported to the hospital; however, the deceased have yet to be identified.

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Emergency Alert - Three people have hands cut off by gang in Mexico

Dec, 16 2020 at 02:09 AM (UTC)

Two men and a pregnant woman are in critical condition after being dumped on the side of the road with their hands removed by the Jalisco New Generation Cartel. The three victims were abducted by the gang after being accused of stealing. They also claim that they were beaten before being abandoned. The victims were left blindfolded, with their legs and arms bound together with a sign that read "This happened to me because I am a thief who does not respect good, hard-working people. Whoever continues to steal, this will happen to them." Medics placed the severed hands on ice in the hopes of reattaching them. The leader of the Jalisco New Generation Cartel is the most wanted person in Mexico and a $10 million bounty is being offered for information leading to his capture.

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Emergency Alert - More than 300 students missing after school attack in Nigeria

Dec, 14 2020 at 11:28 PM (UTC)

At least 337 students are missing after gunmen attacked a school in northern Nigeria. According to local police, a large group of attackers approached the school on motorbikes and ambushed the all-boys school. Officials believe that it may be a kidnapping-for-ransom attempt. The kidnappers are using a teacher, Abdu Labaran, at the school to communicate with the news and government officials. The abductors have not yet asked for a ransom but have requested that the government stop helicopter surveillance in the area. The United Nations has strongly condemned the attack and called for the "immediate and unconditional release" of the students.

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Emergency Alert - Nine days of violence leaves at least 13 dead in Mexico

Dec, 11 2020 at 10:19 PM (UTC)

A wave of violence caused by an offensive from Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG) lasted nine days and left at least 19 people dead. The most recent attacks occurred when two CJNG cells arrived in the Tierra Caliente municipalities of Chinicuila and Tepalcatepec in armored vehicles and exchanged fire with local police, National Guard troops, and armed civilians. In Chinicuila, government buildings, homes, cars and a school were all damaged as well. Fortunately, there were no casualties in the most recent attack. The attack was also unsuccessful in Tepalcatepec, as residents had recently dug trenches in the road to keep the cartels from entering. However, these two attacks come just two days after 13 people, including 3 bystanders, were killed in the municipalities of Morelia, Zamora and Uruapan. No arrests have yet been made.

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