World News Brief: 25 June 2024


Numerous events are happening around us every day. A few things may come up in the discussion. However, several things become important in terms of time and circumstances. If you don’t know them, you have to fall back in many cases. For this reason, there are some important news for the readers of Jago News from various events happening in different parts of the world.

ICC arrest warrant against Russian army chief

The International Criminal Court (ICC) has issued an arrest warrant against the Russian army chief and former defense minister. The move comes in response to attacks on civilian targets in Ukraine.

Rahul Gandhi took oath with the constitution in hand

Rahul Gandhi has taken oath as a member of Lok Sabha. This Congress leader took oath with a copy of the constitution in hand.

Protests against new law in Kenya, parliament building on fire

Massive protests have erupted in Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, against a new finance bill. Police are firing tear gas to disperse the protesters.

Biden-Trump’s election campaign, economic issues in discussion

US presidential election in November this year. Former controversial President Donald Trump and current President Joe Biden are candidates again. According to the conventional rules, the televised debate between these two candidates will begin before the election.

Who are the candidates for the presidential election in Iran?

Iran is going to hold presidential elections for the first time since the death of Ibrahim Raisi in a helicopter crash. The country’s voters will vote in the new presidential election on June 28. There are six candidates fighting for the post of president. Among them are well-known faces like Parliament Speakers, as well as lesser-known candidates.

On hunger strike to protest water shortage, the minister was taken to the hospital

Water Minister Atishi, who is on a hunger strike to protest the severe water shortage in the Indian capital Delhi, has been taken to hospital. It is known that after four days of fasting, he suddenly fell ill. He was rushed to the hospital as his blood sugar levels began to drop.

In the dire crisis of food and water, the salt water of the sea is now the last hope

Gaza is at high risk of famine. There, more than 495,000 Palestinians are living in dire food shortages. No relief truck is able to enter there due to the fierce aggression of the Israeli forces. As a result, on the one hand, aid trucks with food are waiting, on the other hand, small children, women, men and elderly people of Gaza are starving.

Hamas leader’s sister killed 10 in Israeli attack on Gaza

10 people, including the sister of Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh, were killed in an Israeli airstrike in al-Shati camp in Gaza. Israel attacked people who went to Khan Yunis to collect relief supplies. At least 10 Palestinians were killed, including a guard guarding the aid truck. Al Jazeera news.

Modi government rejects Mamata’s complaint about Ganga water distribution

Central government of India is not willing to accept Mamata Banerjee’s complaint about renewal of Ganga water sharing agreement with Bangladesh. According to multiple government sources, the West Bengal Chief Minister’s allegation that the Center is unilaterally renewing the agreement without informing the state government is not correct.

Julian Assange was finally released

Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, was finally released. He is returning to his native Australia after being released from a UK prison. This information has been confirmed by WikiLeaks in a post on social media. BBC news.

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