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Syria’s first lady diagnosed with cancer, first stage treatment begins

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Syria’s first lady diagnosed with cancer, first stage treatment begins

The wife of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad: Mrs. Asma al-Assad has been diagnosed with breast cancer, as announced through Syrian President’s official social media accounts.

SANA, the official news agency, quoting media office at Presidency on Wednesday, reports that Asma al-Assad began the initial stage of treatment of a malignant breast tumor which was discovered in its early stage.

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President’s official Facebook page carried a post in Arabic language, saying, “Strongly, confidently and faithfully, Mrs. Asma al-Assad started the first stage of treatment of a malignant tumor in the breast which was discovered in its early stage”.

Syria’s first lady diagnosed with cancer, first stage treatment beginsAccording to the photo published along with social media posts, Mrs. Asma is receiving treatment at one of the military hospitals in Damascus city. The first lady is seen with an IV line in her arm and smiling at her husband, who is sitting next to her, while apparently undergoing treatment in a hospital.

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According to observers the top echelons in Arab States keep their health condition as top secret. The long illness of Hafiz al-Assad, the former President and father of President Bashar al-Assad, who ruled the country for decades, was closely guarded secret despite visible signs in public appearance during the last months of his life.

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Tension increases between Israel, Palestine; mass shooting at Jerusalem synagogue, 8 die

The Foreign Ministry of Israel said in a statement that at least 8 people were killed in a deadly terrorist attack at a synagogue in Jerusalem on Friday.

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Tension increases between Israel, Palestine; mass shooting at Jerusalem synagogue, 8 die

Amid the increasing tension between Israel and Palestine, an incident of mass shooting took place at a synagogue in Jerusalem in which 8 people have died while 10 are said to be injured.

The Israeli authorities are calling it a terrorist attack. According to media reports, the terrorists opened fire suddenly, after which the security forces were immediately alerted. According to the security forces, the attacker has been killed on the spot.

Israel’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement that at least 8 people were killed in a deadly terrorist attack at a synagogue in Jerusalem on Friday.

8 killed in shooting Israel

Security forces say the terrorist drove a car to a building used as a synagogue in the northern part of East Jerusalem and then began firing indiscriminately. In a hurry, the security forces took charge in the city and shortly after the attack, the gunman who was firing was killed. Among the injured, the condition of a 70-year-old woman, a 20-year-old youth and a 14-year-old boy remains very critical. The injured have been taken to Hadassah Mount Scopus Hospital.

Israeli force retaliates

According to the information, this incident took place on Thursday after deadly clashes in the refugee camp of Jenin, in which nine Palestinians, including an elderly woman, were killed by Israeli forces. The clashes in the West Bank city brought the total number of Palestinians killed by Israeli forces this year to 29, according to CNN.

Bombardment in the Central Gaza Strip

In addition, Israel launched a heavy bombardment of the central Gaza Strip in response to rocket attacks by Gaza terrorists. The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) said they targeted Bottom of the Form. This is an underground place, where rockets are made in the refugee camp. The IDF said in a statement, according to The Times of Israel, this attack will significantly damage Hamas’ weapons production efforts.

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Bear takes 400 selfies with a sensory camera in USA’s Colorado, Twitter user amused

According to reports, the OSMP authorities had installed nine cameras to cover and click images of the wildlife land which is situated and spread out across 46,000 acres.

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The notion of clicking selfies has transgressed and gone beyond species as an amusing story has come to light from USA’s Colorado’s Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) where a bear hijacked a sensory camera and took 400 selfies. According to reports, the officials of Space and Mountain parks in Colorado had installed a camera in order to shoot the wildlife activities.

It was reported that when the officials took out the snaps that the sensory camera had clicked, they learnt that 580 images were clicked and out of the 580 images, the 400 of the images were selfies taken by a bear.

According to reports, the OSMP authorities had installed nine cameras to cover and click images of the wildlife land which is situated and spread out across 46,000 acres. The sensory cameras work on motion sensing and when an animal steps in the frame, the camera automatically captures the pictures of the subject that is in front of it.

The cameras also have features of taking pictures at night by using infrared light which cause less disruption to the animals who can get irritated by the flash.

The Tweet shows the images of the bear posing from all angles as it, for a moment, seems to be a model that is accustomed to pose for pictures.

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Twitter reactions

After the tweet showing the selfies of the bear surfaced, many users came forward to add their take on the incident as one user wrote and said this pose by the bear looks to be inspired from the film Lolita.

One user wrote and praised the posing skills of the bear as the user wrote and said that the bear looks good and could be a professional model. Another user also amusingly added and wrote that they used to be as handsome as the bear a while ago. The user also wrote and said that nature is the champ.

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US intervention prevented India-Pakistan nuclear war post 2019 Balakot strike: Mike Pompeo

A timely intervention by the Trump administration prevented a potential nuclear war between India and Pakistan after the 2019 airstrikes, former US secretary of state Mike Pompeo has claimed in his new book.

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A timely intervention by the Trump administration prevented a potential nuclear war between India and Pakistan after the 2019 airstrikes, former US secretary of state Mike Pompeo has claimed in his new book.

In his book, “Never Give an Inch”, a memoir of his time as a top diplomat in Donald Trump regime and earlier as the CIA chief, Pompeo writes that the world doesn’t properly know how close the India-Pakistan rivalry came to spilling over into a nuclear war in February 2019.

The Indian Air Force on February 26, 2019 launched targeted airstrikes inside Pakistan targeting terrorist training camps of terror outfit of Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) in Balakot region of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.

India’s response came after 41 CRPF men were killed in a suicide bombing in Kashmir’s Pulwama on February 14, 2019.

India shot down an F-16 during an aerial combat in which an Indian warplane was shot down by Pakistan and the pilot, Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman, was captured.

Pompeo, seen by many as a potential future presidential contender, reveals that he was in Hanoi for a summit between Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, when he woke up to an urgent call from a senior Indian official.

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The official told Pompeo that he believed that Pakistan was prepping their nuclear weapons for a strike and India was preparing its own response.

Pompeo says he told the official to give the US time to sort things out and eventually US diplomats managed to convince the arch rivals that neither of them was going for the nuclear option, thus deescalating the situation.

The former Trump diplomat in his book says he believes that Pakistan “probably enabled” the Kashmir attack. Pompeo says he spoke to the Pakistan’s “actual leader” then army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa, alluding to the weakness of civilian governments in the country.

Pompeo says that no other nation could have done what the US did that night to avoid “a horrible outcome.”

Pompeo had publicly defended India’s right to act during his stint as US secretary of state.

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