Happening Now: “Sri Lankan President Rajapaksa flees As protesters Storm residence (VIDEO)

Protesters in the Sri Lankan capital of Colombo have entered the residence of President Gotabaya Rajapaksa, Africhome News Team reports. Rajapaksa has fled after the protesters surrounded his home. Demonstrations across the country led to an imposed curfew as the economic crisis continues. Sri Lanka protesters, angered by economic meltdown, storm president’s house. Video broadcast […]

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JUST IN: Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe Assassinated In Public While Making Campaign Speech (VIDEO)

Shinzo Abe – Japan’s longest-serving prime minister – has died after being shot twice as he made a campaign speech in the south of the country earlier today, local media has said. The 67-year-old, who served for a total of nine years over two terms, was gunned down in the city of Nara around 11.30am […]

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Dozens missing after massive ship broke in half and sunk off The Coast of Hong Kong (VIDEO)

Dozens of crew are missing off the coast of Hong Kong after an industrial support ship snapped in two and sunk during a fierce tropical storm. Authorities dispatched planes and helicopters to aid in the rescue on Saturday, with at least three people from the crew of 30 brought to safety as of 5.30pm local […]

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Worst Tokyo HEATWAVE Since 1875 Hospitalizes 76 – Govt Begs Citizens DON’T Wear Masks

A third day of scorching heat in Japan has seen the worst heatwave streak since official records began almost 150 years ago, with authorities warning it’s only going to get hotter as 76 people were reportedly hospitalized with heatstroke. Officials have begged citizens to restrict power usage to avoid power cuts with reserves dropping to […]

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Happening Now: Pakistan National Assembly Elect new prime minister Shehbaz After ousting Imran Khan

Pakistan’s parliament has elected Shehbaz Sharif as the country’s new prime minister. The election came after PM Imran Khan was removed from office after losing a no-confidence vote. Ahead of Monday’s vote, lawmakers from Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party resigned en masse, boycotting the election of Sharif. According to local media report Nawaz Sharif had […]

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Man arrested for raping, killing pregnant goat In India

Police have arrested an Indian man for allegedly raping and killing a pregnant goat in Kerala’s Kasaragod district on Tuesday night. The accused has been identified as Senthil, a hotel worker, who hails from Tamil Nadu. He was arrested after the hotel owner lodged a complaint. According to the hotel owner, other employees woke up […]

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JUST IN: Plane Carrying 133 People Crashes Into Mountain In China (Photos And Video)

A Boeing 737 carrying 132 people has plummeted 30,000ft to the ground before bursting into flames in a remote part of the Chinese mountains. The China Eastern Airlines nosedived before smashing into the hillside and erupting in a huge fireball near the city of Wuzhou in Teng county in the southern province of Guangxi. Local […]

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four Person’s Feared died while 161 people injured in Powerful earthquake off Japan’s northeast coast (Photos)

A powerful earthquake off Japan’s northeast coast left thousands of homes without water and power on Thursday and forced factories to suspend operations, adding to supply chain woes for makers of smartphones, electronics, and automobiles worldwide. The magnitude 7.4 tremblor struck just before midnight on Wednesday east of the #Fukushima prefecture, the same area that […]

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JUST IN: NDLEA detains Indian businessman over 134,700 bottles of Codeine smuggled into Nigeria

An Indian businessman, Vyapak Nutal has been taken into custody for interrogation by operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, over the smuggling of 134,700 bottles of Codeine syrup into the country through the land border between Nigeria and Niger Republic in Sokoto state. The suspect had loaded the consignment into trucks in […]

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Many People frozen To Death In their cars after being trapped by unusually heavy snowstorm In Pakistan

At least 16 tourists died in freezing temperatures after being stranded in their vehicles in northern Pakistan, where thousands had flocked to enjoy the snow. Nearly two dozen people, including families with children who were on their way to a Murree ski resort in Punjab, Pakistan, have frozen to death or suffocated in their cars […]

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