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Emergency Alert - More than 2,300 people die from cholera in Nigeria

Sep, 21 2021 at 10:59 PM (UTC)

More than 2,300 people in Nigeria have died from Cholera in the country's worst outbreak of the disease in years. According to Yahya Disu, the head of communications at the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), as of September 5, there have been 69,925 suspected cases and 2,323 deaths since the beginning of the year. Children, specifically those aged 5 to 14, have been the most affected by the outbreak. The mortality rate of the disease was higher this year than it had been in the previous four years, partially due to the strain that coronavirus has put on the healthcare system. Disu also said that heavy flooding, poor sanitation, and climate change may have contributed to the increase in cases. Previous large outbreaks of Cholera occurred in the country in 1991, 2010, 2014, and 2017. However, data suggests that the current outbreak may end up being more deadly than any of the previous years.

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Indonesia sees fewest daily coronavirus cases in more than a year

Sep, 21 2021 at 03:20 AM (UTC)

According to Indonesia's COVID-19 task force, the country recorded 1,932 new cases in 24 hours on Monday, the lowest since August 2020. The data shows that 166 people died over the same period of time. Coordinating Maritime Affairs and Investment Minister, Luhut Binsar Panjaitan, said late last week that the instances of new cases have dropped 94.5 percent since the peak in mid-July. He went on to say that the reproduction rate of the virus has fallen below one, the lowest it has been since the initial outbreak, indicating that they are getting the pandemic under control. Additionally, the national hospital bed occupancy rate has dropped below 15 percent and the proportion of positive tests is now below 5 percent. These positive trends indicate that Indonesia may be able to reopen to tourists by some time in October.

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Emergency Alert - Nine civilians killed in confrontation with security forces in Mexico

Sep, 17 2021 at 09:44 PM (UTC)

Nine armed civilians were killed on Thursday after a confrontation with state police in Coahuila, Mexico. The security forces were attacked while they were patrolling the Anáhuac-Colombia highway in Hidalgo near the Texas border. After the initial exchange of bullets, the attackers fled. However, with the help of additional agents and the army, police located the aggressors. Once security forces caught up with the civilians, the group attacked once again, leading to a confrontation that left nine of them dead. Several others were able to flee the scene. After the battle, officials seized two of the aggressor's vehicles, including one with makeshift armor, and ten weapons, including a Barrett .50 caliber semi-automatic sniper rifle.

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Emergency Alert - Nigerian air force suspects they killed nine civilians in airstrike

Sep, 16 2021 at 08:55 PM (UTC)

The Nigerian Air Force announced Thursday that it may have killed and injured civilians while pursuing Islamic extremists in the northeast part of the state. After initially denying any involvement in the incident, authorities are now saying that it is possible that nine civilians were killed and 23 others were injured in the village of Buwari during an air strike on Wednesday. According to Air Commodore Edward Gabkwet, a fighter jet had responded to intelligence suspicions that there was Boko Haram or ISWAP activity in the area and fired "some probing shots." Three residents in the area told Reuters that an Air Force jet had flown overhead shortly before there were explosions. The Nigerian military has been in an ongoing conflict with Boko Haram and ISWAP in the region for nearly a decade. During this time, the extremists have killed more than 350,000 people and displaced millions.

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Thirty-eight abductees in Mexico have been rescued

Sep, 15 2021 at 09:59 PM (UTC)

Gunmen abducted 38 people from the Sol y Luna hotel in Matehuala, Mexico in the early hours of Tuesday morning. Those abducted consisted of 16 Mexicans and 22 foreigners, most of whom are from Haiti and Cuba. Earlier reports suggested that some were also from Venezuela. According to the prosecutor's office in San Luis Potosi, the gunmen arrived in three SUVs and stole the hotel's logbook of guests, complicating rescue efforts. The Mexicans who were involved were released shortly afterward, and the foreigners were later found beside a dirt road in a remote area. All those who were abducted are now receiving medical treatment. The state's attorney general Arturo Garza Herrera said he will contact the migration institute for more information on the victims' migratory status.

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Emergency Alert - Mexico government warns of second landslide

Sep, 15 2021 at 01:43 AM (UTC)

At least one person was killed and three others went missing when a landslide swept more than 200 tons of rock and dirt through ten homes in Cerro del Chiquihuite (Chiquihuite Hill) on the border between Tlalnepantla and Mexico City. According to Mexico State Governor Alfredo del Mazo, heavy rains and last Tuesday's 7.1 magnitude earthquake most likely caused the disaster. However, authorities have now issued a warning and evacuated 126 homes in anticipation of a second landslide in the area. More than a thousand sandbags have been set up to stabilize the dislodged boulders, and authorities have set up temporary shelters to house the evacuees. As of Monday, only around 76 people had responded to the request to evacuate.

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India surpasses 750 million vaccinated against COVID-19

Sep, 13 2021 at 09:17 PM (UTC)

The World Health Organization has congratulated India for scaling up its COVID-19 vaccination rate to an unprecedented pace. The country administered 6.7 million more doses on Monday, surpassing 750 million doses given in total. By comparison, according to Poonam Khetrapal Singh, Regional Director of the WHO South-East Asia region, the first 100 million doses in the country took 85 days to administer, whereas the most recent 100 million took only 13 days. So far, at least 570 million people have received at least one dose, which makes up about 60 percent of the eligible adult population in the country. In total, about 180 million have been fully vaccinated. Additionally, more than 99 percent of healthcare and frontline workers have received at least one dose.

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Authorities in Nigeria intercept bandit convoy, arrest at least 100

Sep, 09 2021 at 08:30 PM (UTC)

The Zamfara State Government in Nigeria has intercepted a convoy that was supplying food, beverages and fuel to numerous bandit camps around the state. Authorities also arrested more than 100 suspects involved. Governor Bello Matwalle had established a special taskforce to enforce his executive order aimed at addressing the state's growing number of security issues and mass kidnappings. The executive order included restrictions on when certain types of vehicles can travel, what sorts of products can be shipped, and how fuel is purchased in the state to hamper bandits' movements in the region. Matwalle said the military had seen other successes in relation to fighting banditry and that more information on them would be made available in due course.

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Emergency Alert - At least 41 killed in prison fire in Indonesia

Sep, 09 2021 at 01:34 AM (UTC)

At least 41 people are dead and dozens of others are injured after a fire broke out at a prison in Tangerang, Indonesia. The fire started at about 1:45 a.m. local time on Wednesday, when most of the prisoners were sleeping. Guards were able to unlock some of the cells in the building but had to flee as the blaze became too intense. According to authorities, the prison was overcrowded at the time of the accident. The worst-affected Block C of the prison had 122 inmates, much higher than the 40-person capacity. The cause of the fire is still under investigation but Indonesia's Minister of Law and Human Rights, Yasonna Laoly, said in a statement that an electrical short circuit is likely the culprit. The jail was built in 1972 and has not had upgrades to its electrical system since.

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Emergency Alert - Mystery disease in India identified as death toll passes 100

Sep, 07 2021 at 08:56 PM (UTC)

Health authorities in India have determined the origin of a mystery illness that has infected thousands and killed more than 100 people in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh. The disease is a combination of both Dengue, a viral infection that spreads through the bites of infected mosquitos, and Scrub Typhus, a bacterial infection that spreads through the bites of chiggers and larval mites. Cases of the mystery disease were first found on August 18 in the Firozabad district, which remains the hardest-hit district, accounting for 51 of the deaths. Forty children have been killed as a result of the two diseases. State health officials have been going door to door to warn people of the new public health threat in an attempt to stymie its spread.

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