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Emergency Alert - Drug war in Mexico leaves 39,000 unidentified bodies

Sep, 25 2020 at 12:00 PM (UTC)

Mexico's strict approach on organized crime and drug sales has left almost 39,000 unidentified bodies in their morgues, which have struggled to accommodate the number of bodies that come in for autopsy. Many of these bodies have just been buried in common graves without proper postmortem; others were left at funeral homes and about 2,500 of them have been donated to medical schools. Mexico's militarized crackdown on drugs has left almost 300,000 dead and more than 73,000 missing. The families of those missing are often left to look for their loved ones on their own. According to an article released with the report, “It’s possible that students are learning with bodies of persons being searched for by their families.” Before former president Felipe Calderón deployed armed forces against drug cartels, there were only 178 unidentified corpses in morgues. That number has ballooned to 38,891 in the 13 years since then.

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Emergency Alert - At least 28 dead after explosion in Nigeria

Sep, 24 2020 at 09:43 PM (UTC)

At least 28 people are dead and many others injured after a fuel tanker explosion in the state of Kogi, Nigeria. Bisi Kazeem, spokesman for the Federal Road Safety Corp (FRSC), said that nine children were involved in the accident. The explosion and subsequent fires that occured on Wednesday also led to the destruction of scores of vehicles, buildings and other valuables. Unfortunately, fuel tanker accidents are fairly common in Nigeria because they often transport crude supplies via roads rather than pipelines. At least 50 people died and 101 were injured when an overturned tanker exploded last year. There was another similar event in 2015 that claimed more than 60 victims.

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Emergency Alert - Two Pakistani soldiers killed at LoC

Sep, 23 2020 at 11:57 PM (UTC)

Two Pakistan Army soldiers have been killed at the border between India and Pakistan as tensions along the Line of Control (LoC) continue. The victims were 29-year-old Noor-ul-Hassan and 25-year-old Waseem Ali. According to officials, the two were killed during an unprovoked ceasefire violation by Indian soldiers. Conflicts in the area have been on the rise with 2,333 ceasefire violations by Indian troops this year. There have been at least two other deaths during similar attacks on September 9th and 22nd. According to Pakistan Army officials, their soldiers responded effectively, inflicting heavy losses on Indian personnel and equipment. The border dispute at the LoC has been raging for decades and has no clear end in sight.

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Emergency Alert - Five dead in attack in Irapuato, Mexico

Sep, 22 2020 at 09:13 PM (UTC)

Five people have been killed and one injured after an attack at a taco shop in Irapuato, Mexico. This is the second mass shooting in five days in Guanajuato state, with a total of six women and four men dead. The victims were celebrating at the taquería with mariachis when shots were fired just before 2 AM; one of the victims was a musician. Five days earlier, another attack occurred at a private home while the victims were attending a wake for a man murdered just two days before. After the attack, municipal police were dispatched to search the neighborhood for the attackers. Upon finding a vehicle that matched eyewitness descriptions, police were attacked by four suspects inside and returned fire. One suspect was killed and the other three arrested.

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Emergency Alert - Ten dead after building collapse in India

Sep, 21 2020 at 09:23 PM (UTC)

At least ten are dead after a residential building collapsed in Bhiwandi, India early Monday morning. So far there are eight confirmed survivors, including a seven-year-old boy, and officials suspect that more survivors will be pulled from the debris as rescue efforts continue. Authorities estimate that another 20 to 25 people may still be trapped in the rubble. The building was due for repairs that couldn't be carried out due to coronavirus lockdowns. The Maharashtra state government plans to give out compensation of 500,000 rupees ($6,800) to anyone affected by the incident. Unfortunately, building collapses are relatively common in India between June and September, as heavy monsoon rains weaken the structural integrity of buildings.

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Emergency Alert - Tensions between India, Pakistan rise

Sep, 20 2020 at 03:20 PM (UTC)

Tensions continue to rise between India and Pakistan along the contested Line of Control (LoC) as Pakistan violates ceasefire agreements once more. According to Indian officials, Pakistani forces initiated an unprovoked ceasefire violation through heavy firing and mortars in Jammu and the Poonch district of Kashmir. The attack happened at about 4:30 PM and officials have said that Indian soldiers "retaliated befittingly." Pakistan has violated ceasefire agreements 31 times so far this month. During one of these violations on Tuesday, an army personnel was killed and two others were injured. As a result of another violation on September 2nd, an Indian Junior Commissioned Officer was killed.

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