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Plane crash in the Philippines kills 47 and injures 49; ordered probe
The 96 passengers of the Philippine Air Force plane that crashed on Sunday, killing 47 people, have been counted, military chief Cirilito Sobejana said on Monday. Forty-nine servicemen were injured in the crash, Sobejana told Reuters.
US military denies US troops in Syria were attacked
Earlier on Sunday, Siyamend Ali, spokesman for the US-backed and Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces, said two rockets were fired at al-Omar field in Deir el-Zour province. , in eastern Syria, without causing any casualties. He added that it was not immediately clear where the rockets had been fired from. Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the rockets were fired from areas controlled by Iranian-backed fighters in the Mayadeen region, also at Deir el-Zour.
Jharkhand: 91 new cases, one death
The death toll rose to 5,114 as another person in East Singhbhum district succumbed to the infection during the period. Ranchi district recorded the maximum number of new cases at 10, followed by East Singhbhum at eight.
In Uttar Pradesh, democracy has been “hurt” because of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, and in Uttarakhand, democracy has become a “victim of instability”. In this situation, it will be better for the BJP to transfer the UP CM to Uttarakhand so that the hill condition is free from the daily problem of changing leadership.
– Party leader Samajwadi Akhilesh Yadav
Jammu and Kashmir Congress to meet with Boundaries Commission
Congress asked its district units and senior leaders to seek time to meet with the commission to represent their respective districts, but regretted the short notice to those in remote areas. The JKPCC said it would send delegations to Srinagar and Jammu to meet with the commission, its spokesperson said.
Cuba evacuates 1,80,000 as tropical storm Elsa approaches
The Cuban government had opened shelters and taken measures to protect the sugarcane and cocoa crops before the storm. Most of the evacuees went to relatives, while some took refuge in government facilities. Hundreds of people living in mountainous areas took refuge in natural caves that had been prepared for the emergency.