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N.Korea fires missile towards the east as Japan warns
Kim Jong-Un · Seoul

N.Korea fires missile towards the east as Japan warns

38% Center coverage: 189 sources
North Korea fired a ballistic missile off its east coast on Tuesday, South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Japanese coast guard said. The Japanese government warned citizens to take cover as the missile appears to have flown over and past its territory before falling into the Pacific ocean. The latest launch was Pyongyang's fifth in 10 days, amid military muscle-flexing by the United States and South Korea, which staged trilateral anti-submarine exercises last week with Japanese naval forces.See the Story
Uttarakhand avalanche: At least 10 dead and dozens missing in Indian Himalayas
Asia · Uttarakhand

Uttarakhand avalanche: At least 10 dead and dozens missing in Indian Himalayas

38% Left coverage: 56 sources
At least 10 people have been killed and many more are missing after an avalanche struck a team of mountaineers high in the Indian Himalayas. The 34 trainees and seven instructors were practising navigation when they were hit on their descent from a peak in the northern state of Uttarakhand. Police say 14 people have been rescued, while nearly 20 are still missing.See the Story
Dogecoin Pumps as Elon Musk Agrees (Again) to Buy Twitter
Business · New York

Dogecoin Pumps as Elon Musk Agrees (Again) to Buy Twitter

58% Left coverage: 19 sources
Elon Musk has offered to buy Twitter at his original $44 billion offer of $54.20 per share. The move comes after months of backtracking attempts from Musk, during which time the CEO of both Tesla and SpaceX alleged the social media company misled him. Accepting the original proposal would likely avoid a headline-dominating trial between the two sides.See the Story

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