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Top 10 global news: Putin ‘proud’ of Russian troops, first inside image of Texas school shooting, and more

Russian President Vladimir Poutine said he was “proud” of the action of his soldiers in Ukraine. Surveillance image shows police apparently arrived on the scene with guns within minutes during the mass shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas. South Korea has launched its first locally developed product Space rocket informally called Nuri.

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Vladimir Putin “proud” of Russian troops in Ukraine; says SARMAT missile will be in service by the end of the year

In a televised remark at a Kremlin meeting with military academy graduates, Putin said: “We are proud that during the special military operation our fighters act courageously, professionally, like real heroes.”

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South Korea launches domestically developed space rocket, successfully puts satellites into orbit
South Korea launched its first locally developed space rocket, unofficially called Nuri, on Tuesday (June 21).

South Korea

Netanyahu says ‘everyone is smiling’ at ‘coalition fall’, outgoing members vow to block his return
Israel’s outgoing government vowed on Tuesday to prevent a return of former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, their right-wing colleague, as the country gears up for a fifth election in less than four years, with polls predicting no clear winner, as Reuters reported.

Benjamin Netanyahu

Shooting in Uvalde: The first interior image shows armed police waiting in the school hallway
Surveillance image shows officers apparently arrived on the scene with guns within minutes during the mass shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas.

Uvalde

Rare photos of Kim Jong-un as a teenager revealed in new documentary
Never-before-seen photos of Kim Jong-un have been released by the country’s state media, in a documentary based on Kim’s late mentor, Hyon Chol-hae.

    Kim Jong Un

‘No party at all’: World Cup fans can face up to 7 years in prison if caught having one-night stands in Qatar
Fans can face up to seven years in prison if caught having one-night stands in Qatar during the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

FIFA World Cup 2022

How Bangladesh’s rivers paid the price for the garment-driven economic boom
Bangladesh’s economy has enjoyed healthy growth over the past decades, with the garment trade contributing the majority.

Bangladeshi economy

India-led UN sanctions panel imposes travel ban on Taliban members over failure of women’s rights
Two Taliban members of the current regime in Kabul were granted no sanctions waivers by the Taliban sanctions committee of the United Nations Security Council.

The United Nations

Covid-related deaths drop sharply as US cases rise: report
The COVID-19 pandemic has already claimed more than a million lives in the United States, but it seems the pace is slowing. According to the New York Times, the rise in vaccination and herd immunity has led to a drastic drop in Covid-related deaths and it is now close to the lowest since the start of the pandemic.

COVID-19[feminine]

A treaty that puts climate change on the back burner will be challenged in the European Court of Human Rights
Young victims of the climate crisis will take legal action against 12 European governments at the European Court of Human Rights on Tuesday over an international pact that allows fossil fuel investors to sue countries for taking action to fight climate change. climate change, as reported by Reuters.

European court of human rights

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