Climate change, UN warns world
Climate Change UN Warns World, NEW YORK (NNI) – The United Nations has issued a report on climate change in which an intergovernmental panel has warned the world.
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change According to media reports, the UN report states that the role of human beings in global warming is excessive and clear, global warming will increase to 1.5 degrees Celsius by 2030. According to the UN report, forests, Ability to absorb carbon dioxide from the soil and oceans
Further emissions will weaken the world, causing heat waves, rains and droughts. But climate change is happening, it’s a big threat to humanity.
Lockdown at the Pentagon after a shooting near a US subway station.
WASHINGTON (NNI) – A lockdown was imposed after a shooting near a Pentagon subway station at the Pentagon, in which several people were injured. The report states that a lockdown was imposed at US military headquarters after the shooting. The Arlington County Fire Department said in a report that several people were injured but it was not immediately clear if they were injured in the shooting. The Pentagon’s Force Protection Agency said on Twitter.
The shooting happened at a metro bus station adjacent to the Pentagon Transit Center. The station was located a few steps from the Pentagon, in Arlington County, Virginia, where the Washington, D.C. Cedria Potomac flows. A spokesman for the Pentagon said in a statement that the bomber struck shortly after noon in front of a U.S. military base. It is said that the lockdown has been imposed due to police activity. Due to the police investigation, the metro has also been ordered not to pass through the Pentagon.
Taliban warns US over airstrikes.
Doha (NNI) The Taliban has said that there is no ceasefire agreement with the Afghan government and the United States should refrain from further intervention in Afghanistan. Talking to Arab TV, a spokesman of the Taliban in Doha said. He said there was no ceasefire agreement with the Afghan government. The Taliban leadership also warned the United States to refrain from further intervention in Afghanistan. The Taliban has warned the United States to refrain from further intervention in Afghanistan.
The Taliban have seized three more provincial capitals of Afghanistan.
KABUL (NNI) – The Taliban have seized three more provincial capitals of Afghanistan. The captured cities include Kunduz, Sar-e-Pul and Taloqan, the capital of Takhar province. On the other hand, former US ambassador to Afghanistan Ryan C. Crocker said that the complete occupation of Afghanistan by the Taliban is not easy but it is not easy. The threat of protracted civil war has increased in the country.
According to media reports, the Taliban-held cities include Kunduz, Sar-e-Pul and Taloqan, the capital of Takhar province. Earlier, the Taliban captured Shiberghan, the capital of Jawzjan province, and Zaranj, the capital of Nimroz province.
The number of Taliban-held cities in northern Afghanistan has risen to five, with northern Afghanistan long considered an anti-Taliban stronghold. While fierce fighting is raging in Herat’s Oral district, former US ambassador to Afghanistan Ryan C. Crocker said the Taliban’s full control of Afghanistan is not easy, but the threat of a long-term civil war has increased.
The decision to put Pakistan on the red list was taken on the instructions of the Joint Biosecurity Center, UK
London (NNI) Reasons have come to light for the UK to put Pakistan on the red list of countries affected by Corona. According to media reports, British and Pakistani officials gave online arguments on putting Pakistan on the red list.
Pakistan did not provide data to the UK but Pakistani officials said that the UK did not ask for data on Corona, the Pakistani government has been sharing data with the British High Commission and Corona data is also available on the NCOC’s Twitter. British MPs of Pakistani descent are British.
Write letters to the government regarding the red list. The head of NCOC Asad Umar and Dr Faisal Sultan had an online meeting with British MPs. The British MP said that Faisal Sultan said that he had not spoken to the British High Commissioner for four or five weeks. It is believed that the decision to put Pakistan on the red list was taken on the instructions of the Joint Biosecurity Center.