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Emergency Alert - Ten people killed in outbreak of violence in Mexico

Feb, 11 2021 at 10:00 PM (UTC)

Five people were killed during a multiple homicide in Tlaquepaque, Mexico on Wednesday, bringing the total deaths in Guadalajara to ten in just one week. The bouts of violence occurred during three separate incidents, during which at least six people were injured and one was kidnapped. The incident in Tlaquepaque, a municipality in Guadalajara's metropolitan area, took place in a building where criminal activity, including auto-theft-for-parts operations and drug usage, is common. However, the previous incident took place in a restaurant in an exclusive neighborhood in Zapopan. Fortunately, despite the recent outbreak, homicides have actually decreased by 16% in the metropolitan area over the last two years.

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Emergency Alert - Three killed in factory fire in Pakistan

Feb, 10 2021 at 10:05 PM (UTC)

At least three people have died in a fire in Karachi, Pakistan. The three victims are said to have been trying to rescue trapped workers. Factory management is blaming a delayed response from firefighters for the tragedy. However, Karachi Metropolitan Corporation (KMC) fire chief believes that there was criminal negligence by the factory owners, as the factory was designed without adequate fire escapes to avoid theft. According to the police chief, the factory was surrounded by huge walls, the windows were barred, and there was only one gate. Legal proceedings will be initiated against the factory owners for negligence and loss of life.

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Emergency Alert - Bandits kill 23 people in Kaduna state, Nigeria

Feb, 09 2021 at 11:04 PM (UTC)

According to the Commissioner of Internal Security and Home Affairs, Samuel Aruwan, at least 23 people have been killed after a series of bandit attacks across Kaduna state, Nigeria. The bandits targeted five different government areas within 24 hours. The majority of those who died were civilians but at least one of the bandits were killed after citizens in the Chikun Local Government Area repelled the attack. Government officials have since been attempting to track down the bandits and said that residents would be updated when new information becomes available.

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Emergency Alert - Nineteen dead after gunmen raid villages in Nigeria

Feb, 08 2021 at 10:22 PM (UTC)

At least nineteen people are dead after gunmen raided two separate villages in Nigeria's northwest Kaduna state. According to Internal Affairs Commissioner Samuel Aruwan, the perpetrators approached the towns of Kutemeshi and Kujeni on motorcycles before opening fire. Fourteen of the victims were killed in Kutemeshi and the remaining five in Kujeni. However, according to residents, nineteen people were killed in just Kutemeshi alone. The attackers also looted shops and burned down several structures. Unfortunately, attacks like this aren't uncommon in the region. Violence in the area has claimed 8,000 lives and displaced 200,000 people since 2011.

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Emergency Alert - Two people killed after blasts in Pakistan

Feb, 05 2021 at 10:00 PM (UTC)

At least two people have been killed and about 28 others have been injured after two separate explosions in Pakistan. The two grenade blasts occurred several hours apart in Quetta and Balochistan's Sibi district. The attacks were carried out by individuals on motorcycles, but no group has yet taken responsibility. The perpetrators also laid a land mine that detonated when a vehicle carrying security personnel drove over it. Several of those injured, including two children, were rushed to Sibi Civil Hospital. Four of them were severely injured.

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Emergency Alert - Fifteen injured in car accident in UAE

Feb, 04 2021 at 10:06 PM (UTC)

At least fifteen people have been injured after a minivan collided with another vehicle in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Four of the victims were seriously injured and brought to a nearby hospital while seven others sustained moderate injuries. The remaining four only experienced minor injuries. According to Brigadier Saif Muhair Al Mazroui, Director of Traffic Department at Dubai Police, the accident took place on Hassah Street near the Sieh Shuaib area. Police and medical professionals rushed to the scene to administer first aid and transport the seriously injured to the hospital.

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Emergency Alert - Four killed in car accident in Pakistan

Feb, 03 2021 at 12:09 AM (UTC)

Four people have been killed after a collision between two cars in Islamabad, Pakistan. The vehicle that struck the other was allegedly driven by the son of the federal ombudswoman, Kashmala Tariq. A person on a motorcycle was also hit and is injured. Those who survived the accident were rescued from the wreckage by bystanders that had gathered as the site of the crash. The victims were then taken to Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences. The driver and vehicle and vehicle in question are now in police custody. Authorities have begun attempting to contact the families of the deceased.

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Emergency Alert - Gunmen rob and murder partygoers in Mexico

Feb, 01 2021 at 10:33 PM (UTC)

Seven people were killed by gunmen at a party in north-central Mexico on Sunday. The victims died when the gunmen approached on two motorcycles, stole their belongings and left for a period of time before returning and opening fire. The deceased include six men and one woman. Jalisco state, where the attack took place, is home to the Jalisco New Generation Cartel. However, authorities have not confirmed the perpetrator. The attack took place near the Zacatecas border, where several drug gangs regularly fight over territory. There was another similar attack in the city of Uruapan when three gunmen opened fire at a different party. While there were several people, including children, wounded, no one was killed at the prior event.

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Emergency Alert - Patients turned away in Indonesia as ICUs fill up

Jan, 29 2021 at 10:49 PM (UTC)

As COVID-19 cases pass the one million mark in Indonesia, ICU beds in many of the country's hospitals are filling up. According to Dr. Erlina Burhan, who has provided medical care for more than 30 years, the hospital where she works has been between 90 and 100 percent capacity for about six months. Now, the situation has escalated to the point where “We reject patients every day because there is nothing we can do if the hospital is full.” Other hospitals have begun using their general section to treat coronavirus patients as all of their designated COVID-19 areas are at capacity. Since the beginning of the pandemic, more than 28,500 Indonesians have lost their lives to the virus.

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Emergency Alert - Twenty seven people abducted in Nigeria

Jan, 29 2021 at 12:13 AM (UTC)

At least 27 people have been abducted by armed men along the Wukari-Takum road in Taraba state, Nigeria. According to the local government chairman, Shiban Tikari, the victims were kidnapped on their way back to Takum. He went on to say that authorities and local residents are combing the area for any signs of the victims. Officials have yet to determine who has been abducted and who is responsible for the attack. At the time the article was published, none of the families of the missing had been contacted or notified of the event.

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