Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- August 3, 2022

Latest News, Breaking News, Global News- August 3, 2022

1-China restricts trade with Taiwan in response to Pelosi’s visit and summons the U.S. envoy; “America will pay price”

China implemented restrictions on the import of fruit and fish from the Island Nation while delaying sand shipments because of U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan.

Pelosi’s visit, which marked the highest-profile elected American official to visit Taiwan in 25 years and the second in line for the presidency, sparked a diplomatic uproar.

As a result of American steps, China also summoned the American ambassador in Beijing.

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2-Who is Ayman al-Zawahiri, the al Qaeda leader’s eye surgeon who was killed in a US airstrike?

Ayman al-Zawahiri, the leader of al-Qaeda, was killed in US air strikes in Kabul, Afghanistan, as US President Joe Biden made the announcement.

Amogh Rohmetra explains who Ayman al-Zawahiri was, how he went from being a medical student to succeeding Osama bin Laden, and what al-future Qaeda’s holds.

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3-Tiranga Yatra: Oppn Boycotts Tiranga Rally in Delhi; Major Political Conflict Emerges

Parliamentary Affairs Minister Prahlad Joshi said that the Culture Ministry will host a “Tiranga bike rally” for MPs from all parties on Wednesday from the Red Fort to Parliament and urged all MPs to participate in the event.

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4-Central Vigilance Commissioner received the Oath of Office from President Droupadi Murmu.

At Rashtrapati Bhavan, President Droupadi Murmu swore Shri Suresh N. Patel in as the Central Vigilance Commissioner (CVC).

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5-India’s first female UN representative, Ruchira Kamboj, drops a powerful message for the girls: “We can all.”

The position of India’s new Permanent Representative to the UN has been filled by Ruchira Kamboj.

She holds the post for the first time as an Indian woman. At the Security Council, where India is a member-elect, Kamboj will assume her place.

She described it as a privilege to be the first Indian woman to hold this post in a tweet.

A note for the girls was also tucked inside, saying, “To the girls out there, we can all make it!”

6-Nancy Pelosi, the speaker of the house, meets with authorities in Taiwan amid stern warnings from China.

Nancy Pelosi arrived on the island under a barrage of Chinese threats and military manoeuvres, putting Taiwan on high alert.

At 10.45 p.m. local time (3.45 p.m. BST), the speaker of the US House of Representatives arrived in Taipei, making history as the most prominent American official to visit the city in 25 years.

7-After an Andhra workplace gas leak, 121 women were hospitalised; a probe was ordered.

An incident involving a gas leak at a garment factory’s employees in the Brandix Special Economic Zone (SEZ) in the Atchutapuram area has prompted the Andhra Pradesh government to conduct a high-level investigation into the incident.

The Anakapalle district’s female workers complained of nausea, vomiting, and shortness of breath; some of them even fainted; and they were sent to several hospitals.

There was reportedly a second such incident there in the past two months after the incident on June 3 in the same place, where more than 300 female workers passed out after complaining of eyesores, nausea, and vomiting.

8-“Islamist extremism is a threat,” says Rishi Sunak in his blueprint for eradicating terrorism in the UK.

Rishi Sunak, a candidate for British prime minister, promised to combat Islamist extremism, which he described as the country’s “most major terror danger,” by broadening the government’s definition of extremism and enforcing already-existing anti-terrorism laws.

This is happening while Liz Truss, Sunak‘s challenger for the position of prime minister, keeps a lead over him.

9-Cong fury after ED closes Young Indian’s office: “Modi administration treating us like terrorists”

The Young Indian (YI) offices in the National Herald newspaper, which is owned by the Congress party, were blocked off by the Enforcement Directorate on Wednesday, and the space was not to be opened without the agency’s prior approval.

The decision angered the Congress party, which charged that the Modi administration was frustrated and was treating its leaders like terrorists and criminals.

10- After 27 Chinese aircraft entered the Air Defense Zone, Taiwan deployed anti-aircraft missile systems.

Hours after US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi left Taipei on a high-stakes visit that heightened tensions in the Taiwan Strait, China sent 27 aircraft to Taiwan’s air defence identification zone (ADIZ), the island’s Defense Ministry announced on Wednesday.

Taiwan deployed anti-aircraft missile systems and sent out an air patrol in reaction to Chinese aggressiveness to keep an eye on the situation.

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