World News Brief: 4 July 2024


For the readers of Jago News, there are some important news in brief from various events happening in different parts of the world.

Teesta issue/ India’s message before Sheikh Hasina’s visit to China

Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina visited India on two consecutive short visits last month. The first was to mark the inauguration of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi for a third consecutive term, and the second was a pre-announced official visit. While both of Sheikh Hasina’s visits had political significance, the second was particularly significant.

Deterioration of flood situation in Assam, 1.6 million people trapped in water

The flood situation worsened in the Indian state of Assam, bordering Bangladesh. At least four more districts were inundated in a span of a day by the raging Brahmaputra. Due to this, more than 1.6 lakh people in 27 districts of the state have become watertight.

The UK General Election votes today

Voters are waiting to vote in the UK General Election. Voting starts today (Thursday) from 7 am local time. General elections are going to be held in July for the first time since 1945 in the UK. Voting will continue till 10 pm.

Rishi Sunak voted with his wife

UK general election voting is underway. Current Prime Minister Rishi Sunak voted on Thursday (July 4) local time. Rishi Sunak and his wife Akshta Murthy voted in North Yorkshire. They were seen casting their votes at a polling station in a village hall in Northallerton about half an hour before polling began.

The fortress of the Conservative Party in power for more than a decade will collapse?

The UK is voting. Today (Thursday) voting for the General Election started at 7 am local time. A general election is being held in July for the first time since 1945 in the UK. Voting will continue till 10 pm. The main contest in this election is between the ruling Conservative Party and the opposition Labor Party.

Biden announced to continue the fight despite the criticism

President Biden has announced that he will continue to fight despite intense discussion and criticism. He will fight as a presidential candidate for the second time in the upcoming US presidential election. Biden said in a statement, I am not stepping down. He made the announcement to allay growing concerns among Democrats about his physical and mental health.

Myanmar is jailing the owners for raising the workers’ salaries

Due to the devaluation of the local currency and skyrocketing inflation, ordinary people in Myanmar are suffering. In this situation, considering the benefits of the workers, the businessman U Pia Phyo Zhao increased the salary. He has three mobile phone shops in Mandalay city. The workers were very happy with the news of salary increase. The generosity of this shop owner quickly spread on Facebook.

9 out of 10 people in Gaza are homeless

Nine out of every 10 people in the Gaza Strip have been displaced at least once since the war between Israel and Hamas began. The United Nations Human Rights Organization reported this information on Wednesday. About 1.9 million people are believed to have been displaced in Gaza, said Andrea Di Domenico, head of the UN’s OCHA agency for the Palestinian territories.

Hezbollah launched hundreds of rocket attacks on Israel

Hezbollah fired hundreds of rockets at different targets of Israel. Israel recently attacked Lebanon and killed a top commander of the organization. In retaliation, Hezbollah fired rockets at Israel on Wednesday. Israel has killed several top Hezbollah leaders in the past few weeks.

KAA/JIM