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Emergency Alert - Gun battle between cartels in Mexico leaves eight dead

Apr, 27 2021 at 01:29 AM (UTC)

At least eight people are dead after an intense gun battle between rival cartels in Mexico. The battle, which took place in the border state of Tamaulipas, started Saturday night and continued into Sunday. The fight also left several burned out armored vehicles in its wake. The vehicles, along with some of the victims, were outfitted with makeshift bullet-proof armor made from welded steel plates. While police and soldiers entered the area to quell the violence during the day, the cartels resumed fighting when night fell. The incident occurred not far from where 19 people, including 16 Guatemalan migrants, were found dead in January. This conflict was part of a turf war between the two gangs that has been raging for more than a decade.

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Emergency Alert - Kidnappers kill three abducted students in Nigeria

Apr, 23 2021 at 10:01 PM (UTC)

According to Nigerian officials, three students that had been abducted have been killed by their captors. They were killed just three days after being taken from their university by gunmen. During the attack on the university, one staff member was killed and an unknown number of students were abducted. While the total has not been confirmed, staff at the university said that 20 students and three staff members were abducted. The remains of the three students who were killed were found in a village close to the school. This incident comes as a wave of violence and abductions is sweeping across Nigeria's northwest and central regions.

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Emergency Alert - Indonesian submarine carrying 53 goes missing

Apr, 23 2021 at 01:39 AM (UTC)

A search is underway for a submarine that has gone missing off the coast of Indonesia. The vessel, which is carrying 53 people, is believed to have disappeared about 60 miles (100 km) north of Bali. Some reports indicate that contact was lost with the submarine after it was given clearance to dive into deeper waters. Six military ships, a helicopter and 400 crew members are all involved in the ongoing rescue efforts. According to the navy, the submarine had approximately 72 hours of oxygen supply remaining at the time of reporting. So far, the search has only found an oil leak that may have been a result of fuel tank damage or a signal from the crew.

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Emergency Alert - Explosion at hotel in Pakistan kills four, injures 12

Apr, 22 2021 at 12:19 AM (UTC)

At least four people are dead and a dozen others are injured after a powerful explosive was detonated in the parking lot of the Serena Hotel in Quetta, Pakistan. According to the Deputy Inspector General of Police, Azhar Ikram, the bomb was installed in a vehicle and one police official was among the deceased. Media reports have been claiming that the Chinese ambassador was the target of the attack. However, during a press conference, Balochistan Home Minister Mir Ziaullah Langove, said that the ambassador was not present at the hotel at the time of the attack. This attack is part of an ongoing wave of terrorism in the region.

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Emergency Alert - Petrol tanker explosions kill 12 in Nigeria

Apr, 20 2021 at 10:41 PM (UTC)

At least 12 people are dead in Nigeria following two separate petrol tanker explosions that occurred within 48 hours of each other. Both blasts occurred in the Agatu Local Government Area in Benue state. The first incident claimed all twelve of the victims and burned about 100 houses, cars and motorcycles. The second blast occurred just meters from first one and destroyed several more houses. Loss of life was avoided during the second incident, as everyone in the area fled before the explosion. According to Agatu Counsel Secretary, Sunday Oteyi, the conductor of the tanker was captured and turned over to police but the driver fled and escaped arrest.

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Emergency Alert - Investigations launched after clashes in Kenya kill five

Apr, 19 2021 at 10:21 PM (UTC)

Investigations have been launched to determine whether local politicians in the Kambi Samaki area of Kenya had involvement in a recent attack that left five people dead. During the incident, several others were injured, properties were burned, and eight motorbikes were stolen. The attack in question appears to have been retaliatory as it comes just one week after a man was murdered and hundreds of livestock were stolen from a nearby community. Security officials believe the retaliation could have been avoided, but the initial incident had not been reported, leading them to believe that local officials may have been involved. Despite local leaders convening in an attempt to foster peace in the area after an incident in January that left six dead, little has been accomplished.

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Emergency Alert - Tens of thousands flee Nigerian town after series of terrorist attacks

Apr, 16 2021 at 11:29 PM (UTC)

According to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), roughly 65,000 people have fled the northeastern Nigerian town of Damasak after a series of terrorist attacks. Gunmen from the Islamic State West Africa Province attacked the town three times over the course of a week, killing at least 12 people. The attackers also burned down homes, a UN office, and attacked a military garrison. According to UNHCR spokesman, Babar Baloch, about 80 percent of the town's population has been evacuated since the garrison was attacked. Many of those who have fled have gone to the regional capital while others have crossed the border into Niger.

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Emergency Alert - Thirty four dead in Nigeria after aggressions from bandits and vigilantes

Apr, 15 2021 at 08:41 PM (UTC)

At least 34 people are dead after a series of attacks between bandits and vigilantes in Nigeria. According to a source in the Danmusa area of Katsina state, suspected bandits stormed the house of former Director of Education and Social Service at Danmusa Local Government Service Commission, Alh. Yaro Lawal and killed him Wednesday night. Three other civilians died during a separate attack in Majifa village. In response, the citizens made calls to surrounding villages. Vigilantes from those villages then set up and carried out an ambush as the bandits were travelling to Kokarawa village. The vigilantes were able to kill more than 30 bandits during the attack. Reporters have reached out to Katsina State Police Command but have not been able reach them for a statement.

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Emergency Alert - Forest fire in Morelos Mexico continues to spread

Apr, 14 2021 at 09:28 PM (UTC)

Firefighters continue to battle a forest fire that is spreading across Tepoztlán in the Mexican state of Morelos. Of the 244 firefighters involved, six of them have been hospitalized with one sustaining third degree burns. According to Environmental Emergencies Chief Raymundo Rosales Martínez, three helicopters are also helping to stop the blaze, but it could take another six days to extinguish due to adverse weather conditions. Although the fire has continued to spread, emergency responders managed to achieve 20 percent control. The closest populated area, which is not currently at risk, is about three kilometers from the blaze.

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Emergency Alert - Fifteen decapitated bodies found in Nigeria

Apr, 14 2021 at 01:07 AM (UTC)

Authorities in Nigeria have been called to a scene where fifteen bodies were beheaded and dumped in the outskirts of the city of Calabar. The bodies had been found by farmers early in the morning on Tuesday. The victims included both men and women and were dumped into a deep valley next to a highway that is under construction. According to a local at the scene of the crime, the police frequently set up roadblocks in the area to monitor for criminal activity but did not encounter the perpetrators. Authorities have yet to determine the identities of any of the victims or those responsible for the crime.

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