Bomb explodes outside ministry in Athens, no injuries

An explosive device went off outside Greece’s labour ministry in central Athens early on Saturday but caused no injuries, Greek police said. A Greek newspaper received a phone call by an unknown caller that a bomb had been planted at the ministry and had informed the police who cordoned off the area before the explosion…

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Suspected gang member arrested following undercover fentanyl purchase.

MARIETTA, Ohio (WTAP) – A suspected gang member was arrested following an undercover narcotic purchase by the Southeast Major Crimes Task Force. On Jan. 10, agents purchased 2.71 grams of fentanyl outside of a Marietta business from 34-year-old Darius Robinson of Columbus, Ohio, according to Washington County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Mark Warden Robinson reportedly…

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Indian Navy Retakes Merchant Ship From Armed Hijackers in the Arabian Sea

Indian Navy commandos secured the hijacked Liberian-flagged MV Lila Norfolk last week after a 24-hour confrontation off the Somali Coast in the Arabian Sea. This swift response comes as New Delhi reinforces its presence in the area, surging ships and aircraft to deter attacks on international shipping in the Western Indian Ocean Region. Five to…

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Ethnic fighting kills 32 in disputed region straddling Sudan, South Sudan

Attacks by rival factions of the Dinka ethnic group in an area claimed by both Sudan and South Sudan killed at least 32 people over the weekend, a local official said on Monday. Deadly violence is common in the oil-rich Abyei region, where Twic Dinka from South Sudan’s neighbouring Warrap State are locked in a…

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A QAnon ‘queen’ and the Canada town that wants her gone

She claims to be the Queen of Canada, and now she’s holding court in an abandoned school. Romana Didulo, a QAnon-inspired conspiracy theorist, leads a group of supporters who have spent the last few years traveling around Canada in motorhomes and other vehicles. Recently, the group moved into Richmound, a village of around 150 people…

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Driver arrested after car hits several pedestrians in Melbourne CBD

A driver has been arrested after a car ran into pedestrians in Melbourne’s CBD. Police say a vehicle struck several pedestrians before colliding with two vehicles near Russell and Bourke streets about 6pm. Paramedics were called to a report of “a car versus pedestrians” a police statement said. “At this stage it appears five people…

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