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Emergency Alert - Search continues for 49 missing people after Indian barge sinks

May, 20 2021 at 01:48 AM (UTC)

At least 26 people are dead and 49 still missing after three barges off the west coast of India were struck by Cyclone Tauktae. The Indian military deployed warships that were able to evacuate the 434 occupants of two barges and an offshore oil rig; however, a third barge sank before they were able to rescue its occupants. Of the 261 workers who were aboard the ship, 186 people have been rescued, while the rest are dead or missing. The navy’s deputy chief Vice Admiral Murlidhar Sadashiv Pawar described the event as one of the most challenging search and rescue operations of his forty year career, partially due to the difficulty of navigating warships in 30-foot waves and 90 mph winds.

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Emergency Alert - Seven dead in Indonesia after boat capsizes

May, 18 2021 at 11:24 PM (UTC)

At least seven people are dead after an overcrowded boat capsized in Indonesia. The accident appears to have occurred when all 20 passengers gathered on one side of the boat to take a picture, causing it to flip. Eleven of those who were on board have been rescued while two people are still missing. According to Central Java police chief, Ahmad Lutfi, the boat was helmed by a 13-year-old at the time but overcapacity was the cause of the incident. Accidents such as these are relatively common in Indonesia due to a lack of safety standards.

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Emergency Alert - Twelve dead as cyclone hits India

May, 17 2021 at 10:17 PM (UTC)

At least twelve people are dead as Cyclone Tauktae carves a path of destruction through India's western coast in Gujarat. The cyclone, classified as "extremely severe," has generated winds up to 160 km/h (100 mph) and has also forced more than 150,000 people to evacuate their homes. The navy has deployed warships to rescue several hundred people who are trapped on barges off the coast. Tauktae is the strongest cyclone to strike the region since 1999 and has been generating storm surges as high as 4m (13ft). Authorities are expecting additional complications given the storm's concurrent timing with a massive wave of COVID-19 cases in India.

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Emergency Alert - Four killed by stray bullets in Iseyin, Nigeria

May, 14 2021 at 01:41 AM (UTC)

At least four people are dead and one other is injured after being struck by stray bullets during a conflict between customs agents and smugglers in Iseyin, Nigeria. According to an eyewitness, the customs agents began firing indiscriminately after intercepting goods that had been smuggled over the border into town. The victims had been out celebrating the end of Ramadan at the time of the incident. Reporters have yet to get a statement from the Public Relations Officer regarding the officers' actions. In the wake of the incident, locals have taken to the streets to protest the killings.

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Emergency Alert - Six dead after gas canister explosion in Nigeria

May, 12 2021 at 10:08 PM (UTC)

At least six people, including an infant, are dead after a refrigerator gas canister exploded in Abeokuta, Nigeria. The explosion occurred at about 2:30 p.m. and appears to have been caused by an error on the part of a technician who was working on a faulty refrigerator in the area. According to sources in the area, the technician had been working too close to a woman who was frying food with an open flame, which caused gases from the canister to ignite. Three of the victims died at the scene of the accident while the three others died later in a hospital while being treated for burns. The three who died at the scene were the technician, a man who transported him there, and the woman who owned the shop while the other victims have yet to be officially identified.

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Emergency Alert - Dozens of bodies wash up on the banks of the Ganges River

May, 12 2021 at 12:03 AM (UTC)

Over the past several days, dozens of bodies have been washing up on the banks of the Ganges River in and around Gahmar, Uttar Pradesh, India. More than 50 bodies have been found in Gahmar and 40 more bodies were pulled from the water about 30 miles down river. Authorities aren't certain how or why the bodies ended up in the river but suspect that they are COVID-19 victims. At the time of reporting, police had recovered about 25-30 bodies since midnight. India is currently the epicenter of the COVID-19 epidemic with more than 22 million confirmed cases and about 250,000 deaths. However, experts suspect that the actual death toll is much higher.

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Emergency Alert - Thirty people dead after boating accident in Nigeria

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

At least 30 people are dead and five others are missing after a boating accident in the Munya district of Nigeria's Niger state. The accident seems to have been, in part, due to the fact that the vessel was overloaded. The ship was ferrying 100 local traders when high winds pushed them into a stump in the river, causing the boat to split in half. According to the spokesperson for Niger state emergency agency, Audu Hussein, the other 65 passengers were rescued with the help of local divers. However, heavy rains made rescue efforts difficult. Boat capsizes aren't uncommon in Nigeria's waterways, due to poor maintenance and overcrowding.

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Emergency Alert - Eight gunmen killed in battle with security forces in Nigeria

May, 07 2021 at 09:56 PM (UTC)

At least eight people are dead after a fight broke out between security operatives and gunmen who operate under the name "unknown gunmen" in Imo state, Nigeria. While all of the deceased were part of the "unknown gunmen," several security officials were injured. The fighting broke out in the early hours of Thursday and lasted until about 9:30 p.m. Eight vehicles, as well as "sophisticated ammunition," were recovered from the perpetrators after the battle had concluded. Individuals in the area were unsure whether all of the perpetrators involved in the fight were killed, but peace has been restored for the time being.

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Emergency Alert - India sets new one-day record for COVID-19 cases and deaths

May, 06 2021 at 11:42 PM (UTC)

A new 24-hour record for COVID-19 cases and deaths has been set in India at 412,262 and 3,980, respectively. Thursday marks the ninth consecutive day with more than 3,000 deaths. The country also surpassed 20 million cases on Tuesday, with more than a third of those cases occurring in the last month. More than 300,000 people have become infected every day since April 22nd. Over the last two weeks, around 120 people per hour on average have succumbed to the virus. In total, India has seen 21,077,410 cases and 230,168 deaths since the beginning of the pandemic. Because of the recent surge, the health care system has been crippled and there have been shortages of hospital beds, doctors, nurses, ventilators, oxygen and medications necessary to treat patients.

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Emergency Alert - Four Pakistani soldiers killed by terrorists

May, 05 2021 at 11:38 PM (UTC)

Four Pakistani Frontier Corps soldiers have been killed and six others are injured after terrorists ambushed them while they were placing fencing at the Pakistan-Afghanistan border. The military's media wing confirmed the attack on Wednesday. According to a spokesperson from Pakistan's Foreign Office, around 20 terrorists were involved in the attack and were armed with a myriad of weapons. Those who were injured in the attack were transferred to the Combined Military Hospital (CMH) in Quetta. A number of Pakistani officials have already condemned the attack in statements. Additionally, the Afghan embassy has been asked to bring Pakistan's concerns to the attention of the relevant authorities and to "undertake effective measures against organized groups of terrorists operating from Afghan soil."

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