Latest News, Breaking News, Global News-December 18, 2023
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1. Biden’s motorcade was rearended in Delaware: Prior attempts on US presidents
While President Joe Biden was departing a visit to his campaign offices on Sunday night, a vehicle struck a parked SUV that was securing the president’s motorcade.
There were no injuries to the president or first lady Jill Biden.
Attacks on the President of the United States have been attempted previously.
Historically, a large number of US presidents have experienced significant assassination attempts and attacks while they were in office.
2. The Lok Sabha suspends more than forty opposition MPs for creating a disturbance in the legislature.
Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, the leader of the Congress in the Lok Sabha, comments on his suspension from the body: “We have been demanding for days to have our MPs who were suspended earlier put back in the House and that the Home Minister come to the House and give a statement.”
He makes daily announcements to the television and is able to talk briefly in Parliament about the measures the government is doing to ensure the safety of the building.The government of today has descended into absolute despotism…We desired conversation.”
3. Italy’s Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni declares that Islam has no place in Europe and cites compatibility issues
Giorgia Meloni, the prime minister of Italy, has caused controversy by declaring that she will not allow Sharia law to be implemented in her country. She cites a “compatibility problem” between Islamic culture and the rights and values of European civilization.
4- The World Health Organization Calls on Countries to Increase Surveillance of Omicron Subvariant JN.1
Explore the most recent global health emergency as the Omicron subvariant JN.1 causes concern around the globe in this urgent update. The WHO advises nations to keep up strict surveillance in order to reduce any potential effects. Keep yourself updated on the changing circumstances and how they may affect public health.
5. Abortion Rights in the United States: A Black Woman Who Had a Miscarriage Could Go to Prison
A terrible development is that a miscarriage in the United States could result in a year in prison for the lady. Come explore the legal nuances around reproductive justice and rights with us. In light of these upsetting events, let’s talk about the consequences and the larger discussion regarding women’s rights.
6. Was Pakistani Dawood Ibrahim Poisoned? Chhota Shakeel Ends Suspense
Pakistan is said to have poisoned Dawood Ibrahim, the most sought criminal in India.
According to media sources, Dawood Ibrahim, who is wanted, has been admitted to a hospital in Karachi. Authorities in Pakistan and India, however, have not formally verified the reports.
Chhota Shakeel, a close aide of Dawood, has addressed reports of “poisoning.” To learn more, watch this.
7-Tamil Nadu Rainfall Devastation: Prolonged Heavy Rainfall in Tamil Nadu;Three Districts Close Schools
A red alert was issued for four districts—Kanyakumari, Tirunelveli, Thoothukudi, and Tenkasi—as heavy rainfall battered southern Tamil Nadu late on Sunday and early on Monday. According to the weather service, a cyclonic circulation is presently present over the Comorin region and its environs, reaching mid-tropospheric altitudes.
8. The Vatican Celebrates Pope Francis’s 87th Birthday
Pope Francis enjoyed cake to commemorate his 87th birthday during a joyous encounter with kids receiving pediatric care at the Vatican.
At the Vatican, the kids sang the birthday song while the pope blew out a candle on a cake.
Large “Happy Birthday” banners were held up by kids in St. Peter’s Square to welcome the Pope during his monthly midday benediction.
Francis’s birthday marks the end of a year filled with significant turning points in his attempts to reform the Catholic Church. Concerns about his health also cast doubt on his ability to continue as pope.
9- SRK Performs Dances to “Dunki” Songs to Promote the Movie in Dubai
The movie “Dunki,” starring Shah Rukh Khan, is scheduled to open in theaters on December 21. In the interim, the actor is actively promoting the Rajkumar Hirani-directed picture.
In order to promote the movie, the actor recently took a plane to Dubai, where he performed dance routines at the Global Village to the songs “Lutt Putt Gaya” and “O Maahi.”
10- More than 90 Members of Parliament Were Suspended This Session in An Unprecedented Step
79 MPs, including members of the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha, were suspended today in an unprecedented move over their demonstrations demanding a reply from Union Home Minister Amit Shah regarding the significant security breach that occurred in Parliament last week.
Due to the same problem, fourteen MPs were suspended last week.
With this, there are now 92 MPs suspended overall for this session.
11- PM Modi Attends Varanasi Sports Event; Opens World’s Largest Meditation Center
Today, in addition to attending a sporting event in Varanasi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi officially opened the Swarved Mahamandir, the largest meditation institution in the world.
12- The SGPC Secretary praises Takht Sri Hazur Sahib’s recommendation on dress standards for Sikh brides.
Amritsar, Punjab: On December 17, SGPC Secretary Partap Singh praised Takht Sri Hazur Sahib’s advice about Sikh brides’ attire.
One of the five “Takhts” of the Sikh faith, Takht Sri Hazur Sahib, released a statement advising Sikh brides to wear “Salwar Kameez” to weddings rather than lehngas.
13- India successfully tests a homegrown High-Speed Flying Wing Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
India recently carried out a crucial flight test of its in-house high-speed flying wing UAV, the Autonomous Flying Wing Technology Demonstrator, marking a major advancement in the country’s aerial capabilities. An important turning point in India’s technological capabilities was the successful flight from the Aeronautical Test Range in Chitradurga, Karnataka. Through its Aeronautical Development Establishment (ADE) in Bengaluru, the Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO) led this accomplishment.
14. Elon Musk in Rome: “Italians should make more babies.”
Tech entrepreneur Elon Musk emphasized the need for more children to preserve Italian culture during a conversation on mass migration in Europe with Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni at a Rome event.
He went on to say that nations shouldn’t rely on immigration from other nations to make up for demographic declines. Observe.