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Doctors and medical workers in Myanmar have urged for help as they believe the military personnel specifically target civilians to lure the doctors into their trap. Meanwhile, Canada’s prime minister, Justin Trudeau, has warned Canada against climate change.

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Doctors become Myanmar military’s targets for helping injured locals

Doctors have also revealed that the military used to shoot at passing-by ambulances, raid hospitals, medical centres and violently attack medical personnel.

‘Prepare for what’s after’: Justin Trudeau warns Canada against climate change

“While we are fighting to end the pandemic… we must prepare for what comes after,” he said during his speech.

China: 21 workers trapped in coal mine after flooding in Xinjiang

The miners were trapped in the Fengyuan coal mine in the Hutubi County on Saturday evening. They were carrying out upgrading works at the site.

India-China LAC Standoff: Both sides discuss further disengagement in Ladakh

 

UK mourns the loss of Prince Philip

 


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