Tragic Fire Engulfs Karachi Shopping Mall, Claims at Least 10 Lives
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Tragic Fire Engulfs Karachi Shopping Mall, Claims at Least 10 Lives

A fire tore through the multi-story RJ Mall in Karachi, Pakistan, resulting in at least 10 fatalities and over 20 injuries, as reported by officials and local media. The commercial high-rise, which also houses call centers and software firms, became the scene of the tragedy on Saturday morning. Karachi Mayor Murtaza Wahab Siddiqui confirmed on…

Israel-Hamas Ceasefire: Prisoner Swap and Humanitarian Aid Mark Second Day
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Israel-Hamas Ceasefire: Prisoner Swap and Humanitarian Aid Mark Second Day

In a significant development on the second day of a four-day ceasefire between Hamas and Israel, the prisoners and hostages release swap is expected to take place again today as part of the deal between Israel and Hamas. Friday’s exchange, facilitated by Egyptian and Qatari mediation, saw the release of 39 Palestinians and 13 Israelis…

Breakthrough in Gaza Conflict: Hostages Released in Truce Between Israel and Hamas
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Breakthrough in Gaza Conflict: Hostages Released in Truce Between Israel and Hamas

The first group of 13 Israeli hostages, including women and children, have been handed over to the Red Cross in Gaza and subsequently crossed into Egypt according to Israeli media. The truce, mediated by Qatar, involves a four-day pause in the fighting. Hamas plans to release a total of 50 hostages, while Israel has committed…

Sean “Diddy” Combs Faces Second Sexual Assault Lawsuit Amid Legal Deadline
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Sean “Diddy” Combs Faces Second Sexual Assault Lawsuit Amid Legal Deadline

In a mounting legal challenge for rap mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs, a second sexual assault lawsuit has been filed against him, just a week after settling a case with former partner Cassie. Joi Dickerson-Neal alleges that in 1991, Combs drugged and sexually assaulted her during a date, further accusing him of engaging in “revenge porn”…

Rescue Operation Nears End as Workers Trapped in Indian Tunnel for Two Weeks Anticipate Freedom
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Rescue Operation Nears End as Workers Trapped in Indian Tunnel for Two Weeks Anticipate Freedom

The rescue operation to free 41 construction workers trapped for nearly two weeks in a collapsed tunnel in northern India is in its final stages. The workers, stuck since November 12 after a landslide caused a section of the 4.5km tunnel to collapse, are now just a few meters away from potential liberation. The operation…

Israel-Hamas Ceasefire Announced with Hostage Release Plan
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Israel-Hamas Ceasefire Announced with Hostage Release Plan

Qatar has declared a temporary truce between Israel and Hamas, scheduled to commence at 7 a.m. local time on Friday. The announcement came after six weeks of intense fighting, with the ceasefire expected to bring a comprehensive halt to military actions in both northern and southern Gaza. The truce, brokered with the assistance of Qatar,…

China Faces Surge in Respiratory Illnesses, WHO Requests Information
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China Faces Surge in Respiratory Illnesses, WHO Requests Information

A wave of respiratory illnesses, particularly among children in China, has prompted the World Health Organization (WHO) to seek details from Chinese authorities. The rise in cases, reported in northern parts of the country, has raised concerns, leading the WHO to request information on the outbreak’s nature, patient lab results, and the impact on healthcare…

U.S. Warship Intercepts Houthi Rebels Attack Drones at the Red Sea
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U.S. Warship Intercepts Houthi Rebels Attack Drones at the Red Sea

A U.S. Navy destroyer, the USS Thomas Hudner (DDG 116), successfully intercepted multiple attack drones launched from Houthi-controlled areas in Yemen. The incident occurred in the Red Sea during the early morning hours of November 23, Yemen time. The USS Thomas Hudner shot down the one-way attack drones without sustaining any damage or injuries to…

Israel-Hamas Truce Delayed Amidst Hostage Release Challenges
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Israel-Hamas Truce Delayed Amidst Hostage Release Challenges

A much-anticipated truce between Israel and Hamas, aimed at facilitating the release of hostages and providing a temporary halt in the conflict, has been delayed. The deal, brokered by Qatar and the United States, was initially set to begin on Thursday but is now expected to take effect no earlier than Friday. The release of…

Chaotic Scenes as Brazil Suffer First-Ever Home World Cup Qualifying Defeat
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Chaotic Scenes as Brazil Suffer First-Ever Home World Cup Qualifying Defeat

Brazil suffered its first-ever home World Cup qualifying defeat on Tuesday night at the MaracanĂ£ stadium, as Argentina secured a 1-0 victory in a match marred by violence and chaos. The iconic stadium witnessed a delayed start as fights erupted between fans and police, leading to a half-hour postponement. The trouble began during the national…