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WHO Warns Of 'Biological Risk' As Sudan Fighters Seize Lab
On April 25, 2023, WHO warns of 'biological risk' as Sudan fighters seize lab. This comes amid ongoing violence in the region, despite a US-brokered ceasefire that was put in place to end the conflict.
Gunfire Heard In Sudan As Uneasy Truce Holds
Gunfire heard in Sudan as uneasy truce holds. Sudan has been in a state of unrest since the military coup that removed Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok in October 2022.
Son Of Putin's Spokesman Claims To Have Served With Wagner In Ukraine
Son of Putin's spokesman claims to have served with Wagner in Ukraine during the conflict in 2014. The Wagner Group is known to have close ties with the Russian government and has been linked to several incidents in Ukraine, Syria, and Libya.
Belgorod In Russia Sees Mass Evacuations As A Result Of Undetonated Bomb
Belgorod in Russia sees mass evacuations as a result of undetonated bomb. According to Russian officials, a Russian Sukhoi-34 supersonic warplane unintentionally discharged a weapon into Belgorod on Thursday, creating an explosion and wounding three persons.
Teen Cheerleader Shot After Teammate Mistakenly Opens Wrong Car Door
A tragic incident occurred in a high school parking lot in a small town in Texas. Teen cheerleader shot after teammate mistakenly opens wrong car door. The incident has left the community in shock and raises questions about gun safety and responsible ownership.
Russian Ships Suspected Of Planning Sabotage In North Sea
Several Russian ships suspected of planning sabotag in North Sea energy infrastructures, according to reports by various media outlets. The allegations have raised concerns about Russia's intentions and possible attempts to disrupt the energy supplies of European countries.
Fox-Dominion Trial To Proceed Tuesday After Delay
Fox-Dominion trial to proceed Tuesday after being delayed due to COVID-19 concerns. The trial will begin with opening statements and is expected to last several weeks.
Sudan Military Leader Accuses Rival Of Attempted Coup Amidst Ongoing Fighting In Khartoum
The political crisis in Sudan has escalated as Sudan military leader accuses rival of attempted coup. The accusation comes amidst ongoing violent clashes in the capital city of Khartoum, which have left dozens dead and hundreds injured.
Sudan's Army And RSF Doing Battle, Leaving 56 Civilians Dead
Sudan's army and RSF doing battle in a state of political unrest since the ousting of former President Omar al-Bashir in 2019. The recent clashes between the army and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) have resulted in the death of 56 civilians and the displacement of thousands of others.
Myanmar Junta Airstrike Kills 165, Leaving Horrific Aftermath
Myanmar junta airstrike kills 165 in a village in the eastern Kayah state, killing at least 165 people and injuring hundreds more. The attack left a horrific aftermath, with screaming people and bodies everywhere.
Police Bodycam Footage Captures Intense Gunfire Exchange During Kentucky Bank Shooting
On the morning of April 10th, 2023, a gunman opened fire in Kentucky bank shooting, killing three people and injuring several others.
Elderly Woman Arrested For Bank Robbery In Missouri
Elderly woman arrested for bank robbery in Missouri. The woman, Bonnie Gooch, who has not been identified, allegedly entered Goppert Federal Bank in St. Louis and demanded hundreds of dollars in cash from the teller while claiming to have a weapon.
Black Lawmaker Expelled From Tennessee Legislature Reinstated
A black lawmaker expelled from Tennessee Legislature reinstated after a judge ruled that his removal from office was unconstitutional. On Monday, Nashville's city council voted unanimously to return him to the Legislature.
Harvey Weinstein's Controversial First-Class Flight To NYC On Taxpayer Money
Disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein's controversial first-class flight to New York City on the taxpayers' money, once again come under fire after as it was revealed.
Four Children Killed In Pre-School Attack In Southern Brazil
Four children killed in pre-school attack in Southern Brazil on Tuesday, April 5th. A guy armed with a tiny axe stormed a daycare in southern Brazil, murdering four young children in a tragedy described as a "monstrosity" by Brazil's President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva.
Ramadan And Passover Spark Tensions At Jerusalem's Holy Sites
As the holy months of Ramadan and Passover spark tensions at Jerusalem's holy sites. The clashes between worshippers and security forces have raised fears of further escalation in the already volatile situation.
US And Philippines Agree To Enhanced Military Base Access
US and Philippines agree to enhanced military base access to enhance the access of US military forces to bases in the Philippines, marking a significant development in their defense cooperation.
Killing Of Vladlen Tatarsky - Russia Releases Video Of The Suspect, Darya Trepova
Russia has released a video of a suspect in the killing of Vladlen Tatarsky, a well-known opposition figure, in a Moscow cafe. The release of the video comes amid growing concerns about political violence in Russia and the safety of those who speak out against the government.