November 28, 2022

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*) China’s lockdown protests enter third day China is facing unprecedented civil disobedience over its strict zero-Covid restrictions. Police have arrested several demonstrators in Shanghai on the third day of growing protests. And in the capital Beijing, hundreds have rallied against lockdowns. They began on Friday in the northwestern Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region, where ten people died in a fire. Protesters have blamed the incident on a coronavirus lockdown. On Monday, the number of daily cases had risen to more than 40,000 as the government announced the easing of some restrictions. *) Civilians flee Kherson as it comes under heavy bombardment Residents are fleeing the southern Ukrainian city of Kherson as it comes under heavy Russian shelling. At least 32 civilians have been killed since Ukraine retook the city from Russia two weeks ago. Since then, residents have struggled with no water, heating and electricity as Russian troops destroyed thermal and power plants before they left. *) Operation Claw-Lock targets northern Iraq and Syria Ankara's Operation Claw-Lock and Claw-Sword continue to target PKK/YPG terrorist positions in northern Iraq and Syria. The Turkish military has killed 13 PKK terrorists over the last two days during its cross-border operation in northern Iraq, Turkish Defence Minister Hulusi Akar says. So far, the Operation Claw-Sword has targeted the terror group with air and artillery strikes in northern Iraq, Syria, but President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has also spoken about the possibility of a new ground operation. *) Ischia landslide in Italy blamed on illegal construction People on the Italian island of Ischia are blaming illegal construction for the deaths of seven people in a massive landslide. At least five others are still missing. Two families, including children, are believed to be among them. The government has declared a state of emergency. *) Iran coach demands FIFA expert’s resignation In the latest World Cup controversy, Iran coach Carlos Queiroz has called on former Germany striker Jurgen Klinsmann to resign from a FIFA experts panel. This comes after Klinsmann’s comments following Iran's 2-0 win against Wales. He said Iran’s players use dirty tactics because it’s in their “culture."

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