World News #10 | NF World Latest News
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More brutal war is undergoing now in Ethiopia than in Ukraine
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has distracted public attention away from other crises, such as those in Yemen, Mozambique, and Africa’s Sahel area, which lies just south of the Sahara. Ethiopia, Africa’s second-most populated country, is in a deadly civil war for more than 2 years.
The battle between Abiy’s soldiers and the rebel Tigray People’s Liberation Front appears to have ceased. However, human rights and multilateral organisations have denounced crimes committed by both sides.
Abiy’s leadership is trying to smear World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus as his family is from Tigray.
The death count of the war is unknown. Researchers from Belgium’s Ghent University believe that up to 500,000 people have died so far.
Plane Crash in China: No passenger rescued till now; One black box found
A Boeing 737-800 flight (MU5735) from Kunming in southwest China to Guangzhou in southern China crashed in the Guangxi area on March 21.
Search crews have discovered human remains and engine wreckage from the China Eastern Airlines passenger jet that crashed into a mountainside with 132 people on board. Specialists in Beijing are studying the first black box, the cockpit voice recorder, retrieved on March 23, 2022.
On March 23, 2022, the rescue team were still searching for the second black box, facing constant rain and the threat of landslides at the crash site in the Guangxi area of south China.
Banned ballistic missile tested by North Korea; Japan and South Korea reports
North Korea has performed a banned intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) test for the first time since 2017. That is according to South Korea and Japan.
According to Japanese officials, it travelled 1,100 kilometres and crashed into Japanese seas after more than an hour of flight.
ICBMs, which are meant to carry nuclear weapons, may increase North Korea’s striking range to the US mainland.
The North’s test is considered a serious escalation, and it has been criticised by its neighbours and the US. In recent weeks, North Korea has conducted a series of missile tests.
Some of the tests which Pyongyang claimed were satellite launches that may be a part of the ICBM system, according to the US and South Korea.
Great Barrier Reef is undergoing coral bleaching due to warmer climatic conditions
The Great Barrier Reef in Australia is experiencing a mass bleaching event due to heat stress from warmer seas, reef authority reported.
Reef Authority maintains the world’s largest coral reef system. According to a report by the Reef Authority, an airborne inspection revealed coral bleaching at various reefs, “confirming a major bleaching event, the fourth since 2016.”
Coral suffered despite the cooling influence of the La Nina weather phenomena, which is now influencing Australia’s climate, they said.
According to scientists, one of the primary causes of coral bleaching is climate change, causing warmer seas.
It happens when corals expel algae from their tissues, robbing them of their bright colours.
Though bleached corals are stressed, they can recover if conditions improve, according to the Reef Authority.
Russia-Ukraine War: Ukraine blasts off Estonian cargo ships in Black Sea
An explosion sank an Estonian cargo ship off the Ukrainian Black Sea town of Odesa on March 24, 2022.
According to Ukrainian officials, the Helt’s six crew members were able to abandon the ship and were later rescued.
According to Ukrainian media, the Russian navy has been using the Helt as a shield to conceal from Ukrainian soldiers as they push into Odesa.
Vista Shipping Agency, located in Estonia, owns the Panama-flagged ship. Estonia, a Baltic state, is a NATO member with a border with Russia.
According to Ukraine’s military, Russia is sending amphibious landing ships to conquer Odesa, a million-person metropolis.
A month has passed since Russia started to invade Ukraine on March 24, 2022. Till now, two rounds of Russia-Ukraine peace talks ended and failed. People hope for the best to end the war in the third peace Russia-Ukraine talks.
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