Prisons chief killed in Indian-controlled Kashmir

SRINAGAR, India (AP) — The prisons chief in Indian-controlled Kashmir has been killed, officials said Tuesday, as India’s powerful home minister arrived in the disputed Himalayan region on a three-day visit. The body of Director-General of Prisons Hemant Kumar Lohia bore multiple wounds and was found Monday night at his friend’s home in the southern… Continue reading Prisons chief killed in Indian-controlled Kashmir

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Bangladesh faces power blackout after national grid fails

DHAKA,Bangladesh (AP) — A failure in Bangladesh’s national power grid plunged much of the country into a blackout on Tuesday, officials said. Officials of the state-run Bangladesh Power Development Board said that power transmission failed somewhere in the eastern part of the country. All power plants tripped and electricity was cut in the capital, Dhaka,… Continue reading Bangladesh faces power blackout after national grid fails

Probe opens in Romania over leaks from Russian-owned company

BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) — Authorities in Romania have opened a criminal investigation against four employees of the local branch of neighboring Serbia’s NIS Petrol — which is majority-owned by Russia’s Gazprom Neft — over suspected data leaks. Organized crime prosecutors said late on Monday that police raided the company’s offices in the capital, Bucharest, and… Continue reading Probe opens in Romania over leaks from Russian-owned company

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As unexpected success of 2022 nears end, Orioles look forward to ‘unbelievable’ future

In a Baltimore bullpen loaded with excitable characters, Dillon Tate’s stoicism stands out. For every chest pound from Bryan Baker, glove slap from Cionel Pérez or enthusiastic yelp from either, Tate offers a stone face. But ask Tate about his excitement for the Orioles’ future, and he can’t hold back a smile. “You’ve just got… Continue reading As unexpected success of 2022 nears end, Orioles look forward to ‘unbelievable’ future

North Korea sends missile soaring over Japan in escalation

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea on Tuesday conducted its longest-ever weapons test, a nuclear-capable ballistic missile that flew over Japan and could reach the U.S. Pacific territory of Guam and beyond, forcing the Japanese government to issue evacuation alerts and halt trains. The South Korean and U.S. militaries responded by launching fighter jets… Continue reading North Korea sends missile soaring over Japan in escalation

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Miami-Dade mayor leaves for Fort Myers sending support to residents, rescue teams

Mayor of Miami-Dade Daniella Levine Cava sent her support to the west coast as she joined her fellow South Florida volunteers and rescue crews to help in the efforts of helping all those affected by Hurricane Ian. She left in a Miami-Dade Fire Rescue battalion chief vehicle around 5 a.m. to drive to Fort Myers,… Continue reading Miami-Dade mayor leaves for Fort Myers sending support to residents, rescue teams

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