News from the weekend Severe-Ticker.
In today’s news Severe-Ticker:
2:06 pm: French government remembers murdered teacher Samuel’s grandmother
The French government remembers the grandmother of historian Samuel, who was killed a year ago. Prime Minister Jean Costex described an academic suspected by an Islamist as “a Republican employee (…) victim of Islamic terrorism and human cowardice”. At a memorial service with Costex at the Ministry of Education, Grandma’s relatives and current and numerous former education ministers attended. Interview On October 16, 2020, an 18-year-old man of Russian Chechen descent was beheaded near his school in the western Paris suburbs. The culprit was shot by police after the crime. The author showed Mohammed caricatures of the satirical magazine “Charlie Hebdo” in class to start a discussion on freedom of expression.
1:15 pm: A British soldier dies in an accident while exercising with a tank
A British soldier was killed in an accident during training. The 23-year-old was part of a team of armored vehicles that took part in an exercise near the town of Enford, according to police in Wiltshire’s southwest English county. Police did not initially comment on the exact circumstances of the crash. The news of the rescue service talked about a traffic accident. The BBC reported that the soldier ran over the tank, citing unnamed sources. The incident is said to have taken place on Friday.
12:51 pm: The execution of a young Iranian is suspended again
According to media reports, the planned execution of Iranian Armaan Abdoli, who is accused in the murder case, was stopped again at short notice. According to the “Etemad” newspaper, the 25-year-old was taken back to prison shortly before his execution. The reasons were not stated in the report. The execution of the death sentence was postponed for a second within a few days. The death sentence against the young man caused great outrage internationally. Human rights activists are critical of the death penalty because he was 17 when he was arrested. According to Amnesty International, Abdolali was convicted of murder after his girlfriend went missing in December last year. The friend’s body was never found, and Abdullali later withdrew his confession.
Day 12.23: Euro Jackpot heads to Hanover for 33 million
The Euro Jackpot of about 33 million euros goes to Lower Saxony. The player who submitted the ticket in the Hanover region won, according to the regional lottery company. A spokesman for Toto-Loto Lower Saxony said the identity of the lucky winner was not yet known. Tickets for the Eurojacket were awarded with participation in the additional Super 6 and Spiel 77 lotteries. Stock 28.35 euros. It was not initially known when the ticket was submitted.
12:05 pm: Albania – Four Russian tourists are found dead in Sana’a
Four Russian tourists have died at Hotel Sanaa in the Albanian Adriatic city of Querreth for unknown reasons. The Albanian media quoted police as saying that two men and two women between the ages of 31 and 60 were found dead inside Sanaa. As the last names of the three victims match, the media suspects that it is a daughter and her boyfriend of a married couple. Police officers, prosecutors and coroners have launched an investigation. Suffocation is considered a possible cause of death. The technical glitch of the system or hotel staff is being checked to see if there is adequate care of tourists or if the victims have previously consumed alcohol.
11:37 a.m .: With “Lucy”, the NASA probe was sent to Jupiter for the first time
Through NASA’s “Lucy”, a missile was launched for the first time to Jupiter’s asteroids. With the help of the “Atlas V” rocket, “Lucy” was launched from the Cape Canaveral space station in the US state of Florida, according to the US space agency NASA. Shortly afterwards, NASA tweeted: “Lucy in the sky!” The project is scheduled to run for 12 years, and “Lucy” will cover a total of 6.5 billion kilometers.
11.06 am: Corona deaths in Russia reach new highs
In Russia, the number of corona deaths for the first time exceeded 1000 per day. It has been high since the onset of the epidemic. Authorities reported 1,002 deaths in a single day related to the corona virus. At the same time, there were more than 33,200 new infections in a single day. That too is a negative record. For weeks, the corona situation in the world’s largest country has been deteriorating dramatically.
10:23 a.m .: Died in a 4.8 magnitude earthquake in Bali
An earthquake on the Indonesian island of Bali has killed at least three people and injured seven others. No further deaths were expected, according to the Civil Defense Commission. The epicenter was reported below the Pacific Ocean floor, at 10 km northeast.
8.25am: Russia accuses US Navy of trying to infiltrate its territorial waters
Russia has condemned the intrusion of a US naval warship into its territorial waters off the coast of Japan. The Ministry of Defense in Moscow says the destroyer “USS Safi” ignored the warning of the Russian navy and crossed the sea border (Sea of Japan). The U.S. military has denied the allegations in a statement issued Friday stating “Similar, baseless allegations concerning Russia’s intelligence have been made more than once.
6.45am: Eleven students drown during a trip to Indonesia
Eleven students drowned during a school trip to the outlying areas of West Java, Indonesia. A spokesman said students between the ages of 12 and 15 tried to cross the river. They were swept away in the current. Several teachers were injured while trying to save the students. “Search teams later found the victims below,” a spokesman said. About 150 students toured the Siamese district.
5.20am: French crack registers 220 million euros
There has never been so much money in the lottery pot: a lucky winner in France has broken the biggest jackpot of the Euromillions lottery to date. He can expect மில்லியன் 220 million as AFP news agency learns from French lottery company Francis des Juix (FDJ). The lucky winner now has 60 days to contact the FDJ and pick up their wins.
4.57am: RKI registers 10,949 new corona infections – event at 70.8
After several weeks of stagnation, the infection rate in Germany seems to be picking up some momentum again. The 7-day event is the first since September 20. Again over 70. The Robert Koch Institute (RKI) estimated the number of new infections at 100,000 people and 70.8 per week on Saturdays. For comparison: the previous day’s value was 68.7, a week ago it was 64.4 (previous month: 76.3).
3.43 am: Daikonets arrive at the Chinese “Tiangang” space station
It will be the longest manned spaceflight in China to date: three Chinese astronauts have reached the “Tiangong” (“Heavenly Palace”) space station, according to media reports. The state news agency Xinhua quoted the Chinese news agency as saying that the “Shenzhou-13” spacecraft had successfully joined the space station.
2.23am: Bill Clinton spends another night in hospital
Former US President Bill Clinton will spend another night in hospital. According to media reports, he is being treated for sepsis. “All values are moving in the right direction, including the number of white blood cells, which has dropped significantly,” Clinton’s spokeswoman Angel Urena said. The former president continues to receive antibiotics.
The knife attack on British Tory MP David Ames has been classified as an act of terrorism. Police said the British agency PA reported. Ames was stabbed by an attacker on Friday in Essex, an English council.
0.45am: The Islamic State says it has attacked a mosque in the province of Khorasan
The Islamic State Coalition (IS-K) group says at least 41 people have been killed in a suicide attack on a mosque in the Afghan city of Kandahar. The regional branch of the Jihadist militant group said in a statement on its Telegram channel that two suicide bombers had carried out separate attacks in different parts of the mosque. The blasts occurred during a traditional Friday prayer at a Shia mosque.
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