Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- Nov 23, 2022
1-According to new research, Bruce Lee’s death was caused by drinking too much water.
Can consuming water cause one to die? Would you believe it if someone told you that drinking water might also cause death? And I’m not referring to maybe poisoned water here! Simple, everyday water… Evidently yeah, then.
According to recent research, Bruce Lee, a well-known martial arts expert who died in 1973 at the age of 32, may have passed suddenly from drinking too much water.
2 Cristiano Ronaldo will depart Manchester United immediately
Cristiano Ronaldo has left the team by “mutual consent” days after giving the explosive interview and levelling serious accusations against Manchester United.
There are no limitations on who he can play for going forward because he left without receiving anything.
3-6.0 magnitude in Turkey Turkish earthquake leaves at least 22 people hurt
Approximately 210 kilometres (130 miles) east of Istanbul, the largest city in Turkey, a magnitude 6.0 earthquake has rocked a region in western Turkey close to the town of Duzce.
According to media accounts, the tremors were strong enough to be felt in Istanbul and the capital Ankara. There have been at least 22 injuries.
4-FIFA World Cup: Argentina’s shocking 1-2 loss to Saudi Arabia comes from Messi.
Argentina, headed by Lionel Messi, crashed to an unexpected 1-2 loss against Saudi Arabia, and their tournament thus got off to the worst conceivable start.
Saleh Al Shehri’s remarkable equaliser for Saudi Arabia came just minutes into the second half, and Salem Al Dawsari’s superb solo goal increased their advantage.
Lionel Messi scored the game’s first goal from the penalty spot earlier in the first half after VAR intervention gave Argentina a penalty against Saudi Arabia.
Offside flags have prevented many goals for Messi and Lautaro Martinez.
Due to Argentina only leading 1-0 at the break, Saudi Arabia deserves praise for not allowing the game to slip out of their hands.
5-Beijing Witnesses Record Covid Cases As China Outbreak Spirals
Beijing, the capital of China, reported a record number of new Covid cases on Tuesday as the city hunkered down under a chokehold of regulations that had closed numerous restaurants, moved schools online, and mandated remote work for many employees.