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10 people were killed per day during protests in Iran

10 people were killed per day during protests in Iran

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10 people died in the last 24 hours during anti-government protests in Iran, against the cost of living and power, an unprecedented protests in Iran for years in the country. In the wake of his call for calm and his promise of "greater space for criticism," President Hassan Rohani warned Monday that "the people of Iran will respond to troublemakers", a "small minority" according to him.For the fourth night in a row, protesters took to the streets in several cities across the country, including the capital Tehran, on Sunday night to protest the government's economic hardship - unemployment, high cost of living and corruption.According to videos posted online by the Iranian media and social networks, protesters attacked and sometimes burned public buildings, religious centers and ...
Afghanistan: Attack at funeral kills 18

Afghanistan: Attack at funeral kills 18

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At least 18 people were killed and thirteen wounded on Sunday in a bomb attack that occurred at a funeral in eastern Afghanistan, for the last day of a bloody year 2017 in the country. No group has yet claimed responsibility for the attack, which provincial officials had initially attributed to a suicide bomber, before indicating that it was caused by a motorcycle bomb.The Taliban, however, claimed on Twitter that they had nothing to do with Sunday's attack, the last of a year that has seen civilians pay a heavy price to the guerrillas undermining their country for more than fifteen years."Our investigation concluded that the explosion was caused by a motorcycle bomb," Nangarhar Governor Spokesman Attaullah Khogyani told media.Eighteen people died and thirteen were injured, ...
Australia: Seaplane crash in Hawkesbury River six dead

Australia: Seaplane crash in Hawkesbury River six dead

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Six people died as a result of a hydroplane crash over the Hawkesbury River in Australia, 50 km from Sydney. According to the police of the State of New South Wales, divers lifted to the surface of the body three dead, located at a depth of 13 meters.The names of the dead are not yet known. According to the Australian media, the seaplane belonged to the airline Sydney Seaplanes.The reasons for the crash of the aircraft has not yet been reported. The search operation continues at the site of the incident.According to unconfirmed reports, among the dead - an 11-year-old boy, a pilot and four Britons."The British Consulate is in contact with the local authorities in connection with the crash of a seaplane near Sydney," the Foreign Office said.An eyewitness of the incide...
A Bus and Truck collision in Kenya 36 dead 11 injured

A Bus and Truck collision in Kenya 36 dead 11 injured

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At least 36 people were killed and 11 people were injured in a Sunday bus and truck collision on a highway in central Kenya, police said. "The death toll is now 36," said Rift Valley Police Chief Zero Arome, who first reported a death toll of 30.The accident occurred at 3:00 am on a reputedly dangerous portion of the Nakuru-Eldoret highway, where a bus from Busia, in western Kenya, collided head-on with a truck that was coming from Nakuru.According to the local police, more than 100 people were killed on this stretch of road only during the month of December.The police chief said that the drivers of the two vehicles are among those killed and that a child aged three also died in this accident. The wounded were transported to Nakuru Hospital.A survivor speaking from his h...
Demonstrations in Iran Trump gets involved

Demonstrations in Iran Trump gets involved

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Iran: Access to the internet on mobile phones has been cut in the night from Saturday to Sunday in Iran, where the authorities are facing since Thursday at demonstrations against economic difficulties and against political power.Police on Saturday dispersed youths protesting against power in Tehran following the government's warning against "illegal rallies" on the third day of the protest movement.In the night, the internet was cut on cell phones at least in Tehran, media reporters said. Millions of Iranians consult the internet on these phones.In the middle of the day, dozens of students gathered outside the main entrance of Tehran University to protest against power, but the police dispersed them with tear gas.Subsequently, hundreds of pro-government students took con...
St. Petersburg explosion IG took responsibility

St. Petersburg explosion IG took responsibility

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IG took responsibility of St. Petersburg explosion on December 27, 2017. The Islamic state jihadist group claimed responsibility for the explosion at the Perekrestok store in St. Petersburg on December 27, which affected 13 people.The statement of the group banned in Russia and several other countries cites the agency Amaq, connected with extremists.Jihadists did not back their statements.Initially, the Investigative Committee of Russia qualified the explosion as an assassination attempt. The day after the explosion, Russian President Vladimir Putin called the incident a terrorist act."A terrorist act was committed in St. Petersburg, and more recently the Federal Security Service stopped another attempt at a terrorist attack," Putin said at an awards ceremony for service...
A fire in New York due to child playing with a stove

A fire in New York due to child playing with a stove

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The most deadly fire in New York over the past 25 years began because the child was playing with the stove, investigators said. A three-year-old boy, left unattended, accidentally provoked a fire, said Commissioner Daniel Nigro.When the boy's mother escaped from the apartment, she left the door open, and the fire began to spread through the building, he explained.As a result of the fire in the Bronx, killed at least 12 people. According to the police, among the dead - four children aged between one and seven years.According to the Mayor of New York Bill de Blasio, such a terrible fire in New York did not happen "at least the last quarter of a century." De Blasio also reported that 12 people were rescued from a burning house. Reports of a fire in a five-story building on Pr...
Suicide bombing in Kabul, at least 40 dead

Suicide bombing in Kabul, at least 40 dead

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Afghanistan: At least 41 people were killed and more than 80 were injured as a result of a Suicide bombing in Kabul of a Shia religious cultural center in Kabul. The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Afghanistan informed the media that two more men were blown up behind this suicide bombing - in the same area in the west of the Afghan capital.The target of the suicide bomber was a cultural center, but as a result of the attack, the editorial office of the Afghan Voice news agency located nearby was also harmed.It is reported that militants of the extremist group "Islamic State" are behind the attack in Kabul.In recent months, militants of the "Islamic state" have repeatedly attacked Shia's in various provinces of Afghanistan.In the photographs of the explosion site in Kabul...
Rihanna’s Cousin Tavon Kaiseen Alleyne died of gunshot

Rihanna’s Cousin Tavon Kaiseen Alleyne died of gunshot

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Only a few hours after celebrating Christmas with all of her family including her famous cousin Rihanna, Tavon Keiseen Alleyne died of gunshot wounds. The 21-year-old was walking quietly near his home in Barbados on December 26, 2017 when he was shot dead by a mysterious stranger ...While she was just recovering the hearty Christmas meals by hilariously posing on social media, Rihanna had to grab her Instagram account to announce sad news: the death of her 21-year-old cousin. Instagram - Tavon Kaiseen Alleyne It is on Instagram that the young woman has expressed his sadness and his dismay. RIP cousin ... can not believe it was just last night that I held you in my arms! never thought that would be the last time I felt the warmth in your body !!! Love you always man!Rest in pea
Barack Obama interviewed by Prince Harry on BBC Radio

Barack Obama interviewed by Prince Harry on BBC Radio

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Prince Harry interviewed former US President Barack Obama.. Former US President Barack Obama has warned against the risk of "Balkanization" of society that hangs in his view a misguided use of social networks, in an interview with Prince Harry broadcast Wednesday on BBC Radio 4."One of the dangers of the internet is that people can see totally different realities. They can be lulled by information that reinforces their biases, "says Obama in this interview, his first since leaving the White House in January."The question is how to exploit this technology so as to allow the plurality of voices, the diversity of points of view, while avoiding a Balkanization of society," he continues, without citing his successor Donald Trump , very criticized for his untimely tweets.The 44th ...