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US Urges UN Security Council To Support Ceasefire Plan Announced By Prez Biden To End War In Gaza

The United States on June 4 urged the United Nations Security Council to support the three-phase ceasefire plan announced by US President Joe Biden to end the war in Gaza, The Associated Press reported. The plan intends to free all hostages and send humanitarian aid to Gaza.

Hawaii’s Kilauea, One Of The World’s Most Active Volcanoes, Erupts, Causing Lava To Fountain Out. WATCH

Hawaii’s Kilauea, which is one of the most active volcanoes in the world, has erupted, as a result of which large amounts of lava came out. The eruption began on June 3, but has now paused, according to the United States Geological Survey. However, the situation is dynamic and can change quickly.

Seven People In Ukraine’s Dnipro Injured Due To Russia’s Missile Attack

Seven people in Ukraine’s Dnipro were injured on June 4 as a result of Russia’s missile attack on the region.

Hamas No Longer Capable Of Launching An Attack Like Oct 7 On Israel, War Must End, Says Joe Biden

US President Joe Biden has said that Hamas has been sufficiently depleted, and that it is no longer capable of launching an attack on Israel like the one on October 7, and hence, it is important to put an end to the war. However, Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and far-right ministers disagree, and are determined to continue the fight.

Israel Mourns Dead Hostages In Gaza Amid Increasing Doubts Over Ceasefire Plan

Israel on Tuesday, June 4, 2024, mourned the death of four Israeli hostages in Gaza amid increasing doubts over a ceasefire and hostage release plan outlined by US President Joe Biden.

Appeals Court May Hear Arguments Before 2024 US Election On Ruling Allowing Georgia’s Fannie Willis To Continue Prosecuting Trump

An appeals court may hear arguments in October on a ruling by a lower court allowing Georgia’s Fani Willis to continue prosecuting former US President Donald Trump in an election interference case.

This means that the court is likely to hear the arguments before the 2024 general election in the US. However, the appeals court will have until mid-March 2025 to rule, which means that the election interference case will not go to trial before the general election.

Intense Forest Fires Break Out In Northern Israel After Rocket Strikes From Lebanon

Intense forest fires broke out in northern Israel on Tuesday, June 4, after drone and rocket strikes from neighboring Lebanon.

Indonesia’s Mount Ibu Volcano Erupts, Spews Gray Ash

Indonesia’s Mount Ibu volcano erupted on Tuesday, June 4, 2024, spewing large amounts of gray ash, news agency Reuters reported. The volcano is located on the eastern island of Halmahera.

Breaking News Live: Russia Is Intensifying Disinformation Campaign, Says Microsoft’s Threat Analysis Center

Russia is intensifying a disinformation campaign, Microsoft’s Threat Analysis Center has said. As a result, people are worried that there may be violence at the 2024 Paris Olympics.

Breaking News LIVE: Coastal Village In Southern Mexico Gradually Being Washed Underwater Due To Climate Change

A coastal village in southern Mexico is gradually being washed underwater due to climate change, news agency AFP reported. The town, called El Bosque, is located in the southern state of Tabasco. It is the first settlement in Mexico to fall victim to rising tides.

Breaking News LIVE: Chinese Lunar Probe Module Takes Off From Far Side Of Moon

The module of a Chinese lunar probe took off from the far side of the Moon on June 4, 2024. This is a first-of-its-kind achievement for Beijing.

Breaking News LIVE: G7 Leaders Urge Hamas To Accept Israel’s Deal For Immediate Ceasefire In Gaza

The Group of Seven (G7) leaders have urged Hamas to accept Israel’s deal outlined by US President Joe Biden which will lead to an immediate ceasefire in Gaza. This is also expected to result in the release of all hostages.

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LS Polls: Delhi Police Issues Traffic Advisory Ahead Of Counting Of Votes On Tuesday

The Delhi Police have released a traffic advisory for the national capital on Tuesday due to the vote counting for the general elections, according to officials.

The 2024 general elections occurred in seven phases from April 19 to June 1, with vote counting scheduled for June 4. In Delhi, votes will be counted at seven locations. In northeast Delhi, the vote counting will occur at ITI Nand Nagri.

As per the PTI report, traffic movement will be restricted on the stretch from Gagan Cinema T-Point to Nand Nagri Flyover on Wazirabad Road (Mangal Pandey Road) starting at 5 am, as stated in the advisory.

Traffic will be diverted from the Bhopura border, Tahirpur T-Point, and Gagan Cinema T-Point. Wazirabad Road (Mangal Pandey Road) will be closed to general traffic from 5 am onwards, the advisory added.

In east Delhi, the vote counting will be held at the Commonwealth Games Village, Akshardham.

Excise Policy Cases: SC To Hear Sisodia’s Bail Pleas On Tuesday

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Manish Sisodia has approached the Supreme Court to challenge the Delhi High Court’s decision to reject his bail pleas in cases filed by the ED and CBI related to the alleged liquor policy scam.

According to the cause list on the Supreme Court’s website, a vacation bench consisting of Justices Aravind Kumar and Sandeep Mehta is set to hear Sisodia’s pleas on Tuesday.

As per PTI, on May 21, the Delhi High Court dismissed Sisodia’s bail applications in the separate cases lodged by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) and the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), dealing a significant blow to the former deputy chief minister. The high court cited serious misuse of power and breach of public trust by Sisodia in its ruling.

The high court stated that Sisodia’s actions amounted to a “great betrayal of democratic principles” and noted that he allegedly destroyed crucial evidence, including electronic records.



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