Pro-Iranian forces in Syria have said they have a “long arm” to respond to further United States air strikes on their positions, after an exchange of missile and drone attacks in Syria over the last 24 hours.
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Afghanistan and Pakistan rocked by a powerful 6.6 magnitude earthquake; Pro-Khalistani Supporters in UK storm Indian High Commission; 700 Indian students in Canada face deportation; US conducts airstrikes in Syria after Iranian drone attack; 5 Dead as Tanzania detects first-ever Marburg Virus outbreak; Israel launches aerial attacks at Aleppo airport in Syria; Donald Trump Arrest: US prepares for unprecedented likely arrest of former President; Emmanuel Macron survives the no-confidence motion; South Korea, US to hold largest live-fire drills amid North Korea tensions
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Even a year after its debut, the megahit RRR directed by SS Rajamouli is still wildly popular. By attracting the attention of an international audience to Indian cinema by winning numerous prizes and accolades, the movie's popularity has already peaked. In the meantime, a Japanese mom produced a book based on the film for her kid, and it quickly became popular online.
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In an unfortunate incident, Bhojpuri actor Akanksha Dubey died allegedly by suicide at a hotel in Varanasi on Sunday, as per news agency ANI. Her new song was released at 7:45 am on Sunday.
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A coast guard helicopter crashed near the Cochin international Airport today. Two persons were injured in the crash and were hospitalised for treatment. As per reports, there were three people in the helicopter.
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Greenpeace held a protest on Wednesday against Germany's stance on combustion engines in Europe. The Transport Ministry has indicated it won’t back a planned European Union ban on the sale of new cars with combustion engines from 2035.
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Two Russian strategic bomber planes flew over the Sea of Japan for more than seven hours yesterday, as Japan’s prime minister was beginning his visit to Ukraine. During the flights, which lasted over seven hours, the bombers were escorted by Su-30 and Su-35 fighter jets. The Tupolev Tu-95MS planes are capable of carrying nuclear weapons and Moscow regularly flies them over international waters in the Arctic, North Atlantic and Pacific as a show of strength. Russian Defence Ministry ministry said that none of the aircraft intruded into the airspace of any other country and that it strictly observed international law iwhile conducting the flights.
Japan's Prime Minister Fumio Kishida made an unexpected visit to Kyiv on Tuesday to hold talks with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy. Japan's national broadcaster NHK showed footage of Kishida walking along a platform in a train station, escorted by people who appeared to be Ukrainian officials.
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Reports have claimed that yesterday Russia used deadly Phosphorus bombs in the fighting near Bakhmut. Several reports claimed that the explosions in the war yesterday had released small, burning balls of white phosphorus that slowly fell to the ground… and those balls set fire to the vegetation on both sides of the road on a surface equivalent to the size of a football pitch. This isn’t the first time that Russia has allegedly used white phosphorous munitions in the war in Ukraine. Earlier in March last year, Ukraine had claimed that Moscow had used white phosphorus against civilians in his country. Then again in May 2022, Russian forces had reportedly used this kind of weaponry in their efforts to capture the Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol. In this video, we take a quick look at these lethal Phosphorus bombs. But before that, don’t forget to like, share and subscribe to Oneindia.