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Emergency Alert - Brazil surpasses 600,000 COVID deaths

Oct, 08 2021 at 10:07 PM (UTC)

Late Thursday night, Brazil surpassed 600,000 COVID-19-related deaths, making them the second country in the world to do so, following the United States. The country has averaged 451 deaths a day over the past week. In response, Brazilian activist group Rio da Paz (Peace in Brazil) held a memorial on Friday and criticized President Jair Bolsonaro's handling of the pandemic. The organization hung 6,000 white handkerchiefs, each signifying 1,000 lives lost. This milestone comes shortly after Moderna announced its plan to deliver one billion doses of the COVID-19 vaccine to low-income countries next year. The announcement is part of what Moderna CEO, Stéphane Bancel, describes as a "five-pillar approach" to ensure low-income nations get access to the vaccine. https://www.voanews.com/a/brazil-passes-600-000-covid-deaths-second-only-to-us-/6263090.html

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Emergency Alert - More than 50 migrants have died crossing Panama's Darien Gap

Oct, 08 2021 at 12:01 AM (UTC)

More than 50 migrants have died in 2021 while attempting to cross through the Darien Gap in Panama. The Darien Gap is a treacherous, 575,000-hectare swath of jungle that stretches from northwest Colombia into southern Panama. This death toll is considerably larger than previous years, with 20 to 30 people dying a year on average. Officials say this year's death count is likely even higher than the published number, considering the logistics of finding and recovering bodies in a jungle of this size. In addition to natural obstacles such as snakes, mountains and rivers, migrants also face criminals who frequently rob or rape travellers. The United Nations has called the path one of the most dangerous routes in the world, but for migrants travelling from South America to North America, there are few other options. https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2021/10/7/more-than-50-migrants-have-died-this-year-in-panamas-darien-gap

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Emergency Alert - Fire devastates Honduran resort island

Oct, 06 2021 at 10:53 PM (UTC)

A huge fire has destroyed or damaged more than 200 houses and businesses on the Honduran resort island Guanaja. Hundreds of residents fled the area and at least 90 buildings were completely destroyed. With no fire department on the island, residents struggled to quell the flames until the Honduran Air Force arrived to drop water from above. According to Max Gonzales, Minister of the National System for Risk Management and National Contingencies (SINAGER), four people were injured but none were killed. However, the vast material damage will massively impact the tourism industry that the island relies on for income. https://www.reuters.com/world/americas/fire-devastates-honduras-caribbean-resort-island-guanaja-2021-10-02/

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Emergency Alert - Bridge collapse in Mexico kills at least one, injures four

Oct, 01 2021 at 10:27 PM (UTC)

A bridge collapse in San Luis Potosi on Thursday left at least one person dead and four others injured. The incident occurred at kilometer 2 of the Cerritos-Tula section of the super highway 101, near the state border with Tamaulipas. The same section of road was closed on July 9 after heavy rains caused cracks in the asphalt. A construction company called Constructora Quid repaired the cracks and the bridge was reopened four days later. Repairs continued after the bridge was reopened. The four who were injured were working on the bridge at the time it collapsed while the woman who died was driving over the bridge. An investigation has been launched to determine if there was negligence on the part of officials involved. https://mexiconewsdaily.com/news/highway-bridge-collapses-in-san-luis-potosi-killing-1-and-injuring-4/

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Emergency Alert - Indigenous protest in Paraguay erupts in violence

Oct, 01 2021 at 10:26 PM (UTC)

Indigenous groups in Paraguay demonstrated in the country's capital of Asuncion on Wednesday against a law that gives harsher penalties to people who invade private property. The protest escalated to violence, resulting in seven officers injured, four cars set ablaze, and other acts of vandalism. The law in question increases the penalty for invading private property from four years to six. Indigenous groups in the country often occupy private property to push their case that more land should be given to poor farmers. The President of the National Peasant Federation spoke with the Associated Press and claimed that “the modification of the law will not be a solution because thousands of poor compatriots need a piece of land to cultivate.” The organization seeks justice for Indigenous people whose land was taken from them during the regime of Gen. Alfredo Stroessner from 1954 to 1989. https://apnews.com/article/business-television-crime-caribbean-vandalism-724a90ebd94cdae890a814221e7ff916

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Emergency Alert - Fight between prison gangs in Ecuador kills 30, injures 47

Sep, 30 2021 at 12:21 AM (UTC)

A clash between rival gangs in a Guayaquil prison has left 30 dead and 47 others injured. According to Police Commander Fabian Bustos, police and military personnel were able to regain control of the prison but it took five hours to do so. The fighting was between the “Los Lobos” and “Los Choneros” prison gangs and involved gunfire, knives and explosives. Officials confiscated a number of weapons after the violence subsided. In July, President Guillermo Lasso announced a state of emergency in the country's prison system after a series of violent outbreaks left more than 100 prisoners dead. The deadliest of these incidents was in February when riots occurred at three different prisons simultaneously, killing 79 inmates. https://apnews.com/article/prisons-caribbean-guillermo-lasso-ecuador-guayaquil-c5dc03879284357e6a97ff75724274df

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Emergency Alert - Dozens of people killed in attacks in Nigeria

Sep, 28 2021 at 11:23 PM (UTC)

Dozens of people have been killed in three separate attacks in northern Nigeria. In one attack, gunmen raided Madamai village on the northern side of Kaduna state, killing 34 and wounding seven others. Security personnel returned fire and the assailants withdrew after an intense exchange of fire. In a second attack in Kaduna state, gunmen attacked a church in Kachia district, leaving one dead and several others seriously injured. The third attack occurred at a remote military base in Sokota State and resulted in the deaths of 22 security personnel, including 14 soldiers, five police officers and three members of a civil defense force. Nigeria's military believes that Islamic State-aligned fighters are behind the attacks. Officials have been in conflict with the Islamic State West Africa Province (ISWAP) in the northeast for five years and bandits in the northwest for at least 12. In response to the military's renewed efforts to wipe out bandits and extremists in the northern parts of the country, gunmen have been fleeing their camps and spilling into neighboring states. https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2021/9/27/gunmen-kill-34-people-in-northwest-nigeria

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Emergency Alert - Gunmen kill two, injure many others in attack on political rally in Nigeria

Sep, 27 2021 at 09:56 PM (UTC)

At least two people have been killed and many others injured after gunmen attacked two locations, including an All Progressive Congress (APC) party rally, in Anambra State, Nigeria. The attackers also burned a car belonging to Dr. Nnelsonn Omenugha, a prominent supporter of Professor Chukwuma Soludo. The attack on the APC rally occurred in Nnewi while the attack on Soludo took place in his hometown of Nnobi. While police have not yet responded to news of the violence, the APC state publicity secretary has confirmed the attack. Those responsible for the killings have not yet been identified. https://www.vanguardngr.com/2021/09/two-killed-many-injured-as-gunmen-attack-apc-apga-campaigners-in-anambra/

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Emergency Alert - Explosion in India kills two, injures fou

Sep, 24 2021 at 01:10 AM (UTC)

At least two people are dead and four others are injured after an explosion at a transport company's warehouse in Bengaluru, India. The blast was powerful enough to completely destroy two businesses nearby. According to the preliminary investigation, fireworks were being stored in the warehouse at the time of the explosion. The investigation indicated that the fireworks had been stored without safety measures but officials have yet to determine the exact cause of the blast. Of the more than 60 boxes of fireworks in the warehouse, only one appears to have detonated. The incident comes after a separate fire killed two others in Devarachikkanahalli. https://indianexpress.com/article/cities/bangalore/bengaluru-transport-companys-godown-blast-7529599/

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At least 8,000 Boko Haram fighters surrendered in the past three months

Sep, 23 2021 at 12:18 AM (UTC)

At least 8,000 Boko Haram commanders, fighters, and their family members have surrendered since June of this year, according to Abdulwahab Eyitayo, Acting General Officer Commanding 7 Division of the Nigerian Army Brigadier General. Eyitayo stated that he trusts the insurgents have genuinely surrendered, considering they turned over their families as well; however, he also confirmed that those who have turned themselves in will be properly profiled and separated based on their level of involvement in the group's killings and destruction. There is still time for extremists to surrender peacefully, but as the military gears up for a full assault on the terrorists, that opportunity will soon be gone. Many of those who have surrendered have done so due to heavy ground and air bombardment that blocked food and other supplies from reaching their camps. https://guardian.ng/news/8000-boko-haram-fighters-family-members-surrendered-in-three-months-nigeria-military/

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