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Europe · Oldenburg

Boy missing for eight days in Germany found alive in sewer

42% Center coverage: 7 sources
A boy who had been missing for more than a week has been found in a sewer. Eight-year-old Joe disappeared on 17 June from his front garden in Oldenburg. A passer-by heard a soft whimper coming from the direction of a manhole cover. Rescuers rushed to the scene around 200m from his home and found Joe at the bottom of the sewer. The child was taken to hospital suffering from hypothermia, but had no major injuries. Police are investigating how the child came to be in the sewer.See the Story

True crime series ‘Indian Predator’ kicks off with case of Delhi serial killer

Coverage: 2 sources
The first part of a true crime series by Netflix India, Indian Predator: Butcher Of Delhi is a deep dive into the story of how the police uncovered the serial killer who taunted Delhi Police. The original case was a gripping story, especially since the killer was acquitted twice after being arrested for two separate murders.See the Story
Asia · Pakistan

Attack on Pakistan Anti-Polio Team Kills 3 People

67% Center coverage: 3 sources
Gunmen in northwestern Pakistan killed three members of a polio vaccination team and injured another Tuesday. Officials said the early morning shooting incident occurred during a door-to-door immunization drive in North Waziristan, a turbulent district on the border with Afghanistan. Wild polio virus has paralyzed eleven children in Pakistan this year, the largest number in the world, according to the national eradication program.See the Story

Climate tech firm to launch scaled-up plant sucking CO2 from air

67% Center coverage: 3 sources
Construction is due to begin on Wednesday on what could become the world's biggest plant to capture carbon dioxide from the air and deposit it underground, the company behind the nascent green technology said.See the Story
Karachi · Karachi

Karachi police baton-charge residents protesting against loadshedding

Coverage: 2 sources
The woman was identified as Meeran Bibi, wife of Abdul Karim. She was a resident of Hingorabad. Police denied that the woman died as a result of police brutality against the protesters. SSP City said the deceased was aged 70 and died a natural death.See the Story
Shehbaz Sharif · Afghanistan

PM Shehbaz orders coal import from Afghanistan

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif approved import of super-critical quality coal from Afghanistan in rupees instead of dollars. The Afghan Taliban already stepped up coal exports to Pakistan and increased duties on sales. The move will help save the country's precious foreign exchange, the PM told the participants of the meeting.See the Story
Ranil Wickremesinghe · Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka Rushes to Find Fuel as Shortages Hit Schools, Workers

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
A Sri Lankan government minister was in Qatar on Tuesday and another will travel to Russia at the weekend in search of energy deals. The South Asian country of 22 million people is in the grip of a financial crisis that has left currency reserves perilously low. Power and energy minister said on Tuesday that the duopoly controlling imports would end.See the Story
Pakistan · Pakistan

Pakistan's current account gap widens to $1.4b

100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Pakistan's current account deficit clocked in at $1.425 billion in May 2022, compared to $640 million recorded in the same period of the previous year. The current account balance is a key figure for Pakistan's economy. A widening deficit in the current account leads to an outflow of dollars, which puts pressure on the currency.See the Story
Power Outages · Karachi

Karachi traders burn electricity bills in protest against power outages

Protestors set fire to their electricity bills to protest against power cuts. PM Shehbaz Sharif has hinted at more loadshedding in the month of July. He said the people of Pakistan are facing tough conditions. The protests are the latest in a series of protests against the power cuts in Pakistan.See the Story
Karachi · Karachi

Goat thief caught red-handed in Karachi

CCTV footage shows a thief stealing a sacrificial goat in Karachi's Shadman Town. The thief can be seen picking up the goat and running away with it, but the owner saw it and the accused threw the goat. The arrested thief said that his companion had lured him to pay Rs2,000 as he just had to pick up the Goat and put it on the motorcycle.See the Story
Karachi · Karachi

ECP decides to deploy Army, Rangers during Karachi by-poll

ECP has decided to deploy Rangers and Army personnel during the by-elections on Karachi's National Assembly seat, NA -245. The decision was taken against the backdrop of violence during the recent NA-240 by-election in Karachi. The national assembly seat was vacated after the death of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf MNA Aamir Liaquat Hussain.See the Story

Baby elephant has fun with keeper, video goes viral

A recent study showed female elephants feel less stressed when surrounded by their babies.See the Story

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