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Myanmar’s junta’s brutal tactics against peaceful protesters continued on Wednesday when the United Nations said that at least 38 people had died on Wednesday, bringing the total death toll to 50. Meanwhile, a SpaceX rocket on Wednesday exploded after an apparently successful flight and landing.

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‘Just today, 38 people died’: US condemns ‘brutal violence’ by Myanmar military

International criticism of Myanmar’s military junta has grown fiercer on the bloodiest day so far amid pro-democracy protests in the country. The United Nations says at least 38 deaths occurred as of Wednesday (March 3). This brings the death toll to 50 people.

The SpaceX rocket explodes on the ground

The SpaceX rocket on Wednesday exploded after an apparently successful flight and landing.

Swedish police are investigating the stabbing incident as a “motive for terror” after 8 people were injured

Swedish police on Thursday opened an investigation into “suspected terrorists” after a man stabbed eight people with a knife in the city of Vetlanda.

The situation is ‘alarming’ in Brazil as a record Covid-19 death toll is seen for the second day in a row

With 1,910 new deaths from the new coronavirus, Brazil on Wednesday for the second day in a row set a record death toll.

Pakistani PM Imran Khan seeks a vote of confidence following the defeat of the Senate election

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan will seek a vote of confidence in Parliament after the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-insaaf (PTI) loses the main Senate seat in Islamabad.

‘Neanderthal Thought’: Joe Biden slammed Texas, Mississippi for dropping the mask requirement

US President Joe Biden on Wednesday criticized the Republican-controlled states of Texas and Mississippi for scrapping steps to wear masks, calling it “Neanderthal thinking.”


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