SEP in Sri Lanka Receives Global Support After Violent Attack by Government-Affiliated Thugs

Moratuwa, Sri Lanka – The Socialist Equality Party (SEP) in Sri Lanka has garnered widespread support from workers, youth, and academics globally for its stance against a violent attack on its members at Moratuwa University by pro-government thugs. Dehin Wasantha, a university non-academic worker of over two decades, and Lakshman Fernando, a full-time party worker, were physically assaulted near the university’s rear gate on November 30. The attackers, Indika Perera and Suranga Piyawardena, are affiliated …

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Global Leaders Demand Accountability for Navalny’s Death

London, UK – UK foreign secretary, David Cameron, has called for Russian president Vladimir Putin to be held accountable for the death of Alexei Navalny, the prominent opposition leader. In a tweet, Cameron accused the Russian state under Putin of fabricating charges against Navalny and orchestrating his poisoning and subsequent transfer to an Arctic penal colony. These statements were made amidst growing international concern over the circumstances surrounding Navalny’s death. The UK Prime Minister, Rishi …

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Sepsis: A Global Health Threat Impacting Hundreds of Millions – What You Need to Know

ROME, Italy – Sepsis is a life-threatening condition that occurs when the body’s immune system overreacts to an infection. This extreme response can lead to damage of the body’s own tissues and organs, posing a serious health risk to individuals of all ages, particularly those with underlying health conditions. Sepsis can result in septic shock, multiple organ failure, and even death. Common signs of sepsis include fever, rapid heart rate, confusion, and body pain. While …

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Major Public Health Concern: Lead Exposure’s Devastating Global Impact Revealed

GENEVA, Switzerland – Lead, a naturally occurring toxic metal, has caused extensive environmental contamination, human exposure, and significant public health issues worldwide. Sources of contamination include mining, manufacturing, recycling activities, and the production of lead-acid batteries for motor vehicles. Although lead is commonly used in various products such as paints, toys, and traditional cosmetics, exposure to this metal has particularly harmful effects on young children, affecting their brain development and leading to long-term health problems …

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Israeli Offensive on Gaza City of Rafah Raises Global Concerns Over Civilian Safety Amid Violent Strikes

GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip – The Palestine Red Crescent Society (PRCS) reported that the Gazan city of Rafah has been subjected to a “violent” attack, resulting in numerous casualties. According to witnesses, the city’s north and center have experienced dozens of air strikes. This comes after international warnings about Israel’s planned offensive in Rafah, where 1.5 million people are seeking shelter. The United Nations has expressed concerns about the lack of safe places for Palestinians …

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Ukraine Urges Global Probe into Fatal Plane Crash Resulting in 65 Deaths

KYIV, Ukraine – In the wake of a tragic plane crash in Ukraine that claimed the lives of 65 individuals, Ukrainian officials have called for an international investigation into the incident. The crash, which occurred in the city of Chuhuiv, involved an Antonov-26 military transport aircraft and resulted in the deaths of all those on board. The Ukrainian President, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, expressed his condolences to the families of the victims and emphasized the need for …

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Greece’s Murder Rate: Placing the Country on the Global Map of Crime

ATHENS, Greece – A recent report has highlighted the alarming rate of murders in Greece, shedding light on the country’s position on the world map of homicides. The report, which delves into the frequency and circumstances of these violent crimes, has sparked concern among both law enforcement officials and the general public. According to the report, Greece has seen a significant increase in the number of murders in recent years, with many of these cases …

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South Africa Accuses Israel of Genocide in Gaza, Sparks Global Outcry

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – On January 11th, South Africa announced that it will take a case before the UN’s International Court of Justice, accusing Israel of perpetrating a genocide in Gaza. This accusation comes as a response to Israel’s offensive in Gaza, which has sparked outrage and condemnation from various corners of the world. The term “genocide” has been increasingly used by protesters, commentators, and officials in the West and beyond, in relation to Israel’s …

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African Elephant Mass Deaths Linked to Global Warming and Bacterial Infection, Scientists Find

Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe – Scientists have finally uncovered the cause behind the mysterious mass deaths of African elephants. The sudden deaths of African elephants in Botswana and Zimbabwe in 2020 led to widespread public concern and speculation. In a new report, experts suggest that the outbreaks could be linked to the conditions created by global warming and the climate crisis. Initial phases of the investigation ruled out poaching and poisoning, leaving experts to consider environmental …

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Ontario Task Force Collaborating with Global Law Enforcement in Poison Seller Kenneth Law Probe

Toronto, Canada – Ontario police are intensifying their investigation into Kenneth Law, an alleged poison seller charged with multiple counts of murder. The task force leading the investigation is collaborating with law enforcement agencies around the world, including the U.S. FBI and the U.K.’s National Crime Agency. According to York Regional Police Insp. Simon James, Law has been charged with 14 counts of second-degree murder, in addition to the 14 counts of aiding suicide that …

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