Wednesday , 30 July 2014
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North Korea fires four short range Missiles in sea


On Wednesday, the defense ministry of South Korea claimed that North Korea has fired four short ranged projectiles in sea. Pyongyang fired two latest missiles in the morning hours, which was reported by the South Korean Security Council.  South Koran officials also claimed that the first two projectiles were not successful as they did not cover the distance but the ... Read More »

8-Year-Old Boy Killed By Bullet


On Wednesday, Jakari Pearson died after several bullets were fired from the outside and went through the wall of his bedroom in Detroit.      The incident happened around 1 in the morning. The 8-year-old boy was rushed to the hospital and died. According to the police, investigators already have an idea who needs to be traced down to know who is ... Read More »

Orlando Bloom Punches Justin Bieber

Orlando Bloom punches Justin Bieber after they got into a heated confrontation at Cipriani in Ibiza, Spain early Wednesday morning, reports said. Reports said Bloom hit Bieber after the singer made a rude comment about Bloom’s ex-wife, Miranda Kerr. But Bieber reportedly made a comment only after Bloom threw the punch. The tension between the two started in 2012 when ... Read More »

Teen Body Found in U.S. Air Force C-130 Landing Gear

A body of a teenage boy was found Sunday in the landing gear of a U.S. Air Force C-130 aircraft after it landed at Ramstein Air Base in Germany from a flight from Africa. Navy Rear Adm. John Kirby, Pentagon spokesman, said body was a black male who may have been of African origin. He said the C-130 aircraft was ... Read More »

U.N. School in Gaza Hit by Israel Shells, 19 Kill

At least 19 Palestinians seeking refuge at a U.N. school in Gaza were killed when it came under fire on Wednesday, a U.N. official said. Khalil al-Halabi, director of northern Gaza operations for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) said five Israeli tank shells struck the refugee camp, killing people in the school while they were sleeping. Halabi ... Read More »

Gaza : Israel targeting UN schools and killing civilians


On Tuesday, Palestinians accused Israel of attacking the United Nations schools in Gaza that killed more than 15 children and over 90 children were injured. The Palestinian officials claimed that the Israeli army is intentionally targeting the refugee centers in Gaza. Since the launch of the ground offensive, this was the heaviest air strikes carried out by Israeli army to ... Read More »

Over 2,500 9/11 Responders Diagnosed with Cancer

At least 2,500 responders and rescuers who worked at the World Trade Center’s Ground Zero following 9/11 attack are diagnosed to have cancer. Reports said World Trade Center Health Program at Mount Sinai Hospital tallied 1,655 responders that include police officers, who were found to have certain cancers. The Fire Department of New York counted 863 firefighters and EMTs who ... Read More »

200 people were trapped in mudslide in India


According to officials, more than 200 people were trapped in a mudslide that occurred in village in Western part of the country. In the landslide more than 40 houses were buried. The government has started the rescue operation to save the trapped people. The rescue team has started clearing the debris and was trying to look for the trapped people. ... Read More »

Ebola virus killed top two African doctors


On Tuesday, Top two doctors in Africa who were treating patients with Ebola symptoms died after getting infected with the disease. Dr Samuel Brisbane, who worked in the John F. Kennedy Memorial Medical Center in Monrovia and Dr. Sheik Humarr Khan from Sierra Leone died due to Ebola infection. Tolbert Nyenswah, from health Ministry said that the situation is worsening ... Read More »

US and EU to take strong action against Russia


On Tuesday, Washington announced that Both United States and European Union have agreed to impose tougher restrictions on Russia over the support to pro Russian rebels in Ukraine who shot down MH17 airliner that led to the death of 298 people. Tony Blinken, US national security advisor said “Russia is doubling down on its own efforts to support the separatists ... Read More »