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An explosion at a chemical plant in Xiangshui, Jiangsu, China, kills at least 64 people and injures more than 90 others. Nursultan Nazarbayev resigns as President of Kazakhstan after a 29-year tenure, appointing Kassym-Jomart Tokayev as interim president. Karen Uhlenbeck becomes the first woman to be awarded the Abel Prize in mathematics. 2019 Thai general election Voters in Thailand head to the polls to elect all 500 members of the House of Representatives. Northern Mali conflict March 2019 attacks against Fulani herders At least 134 Fulani herdsmen are killed in an attack on the villages of Ogossagou and Welingara by gunmen in Mali. Somali Civil War In Mogadishu, Somalia, at least five militants set off a car bomb and raid a government building, killing at least five people. Al-Shabaab claim responsibility for the attack.
Rescuers scramble to rescue about 1,300 passengers and crew from the cruise ship Viking Sky adrift off the coast of Norway. 8 billion in deals with the Belt and Road Initiative. Opposition to Brexit in the United Kingdom Approximately one million Britons assemble for the People’s Vote March in London, United Kingdom. Boko Haram insurgency In the town of Dangdala, Chad, 23 National Army soldiers are killed in an overnight attack by Boko Haram militants. Two buses collide head-on in a village near Kintampo, Ghana, killing at least 50 people. Almost all casualties are a result of a fire on one of the buses. 19 Australian region cyclone season Thousands have been forced to evacuate their homes as two potentially devastating cyclones are expected to hit the country this weekend.
2019 Yancheng chemical plant explosion Officials report the death toll is now 62 from Thursday’s chemical plant explosion in Chenjiagang Industrial Park in northeastern Jiangsu Province, with 94 others seriously injured and 28 people still missing. President Donald Trump removes sanctions targeting North Korea that were imposed Thursday by the Treasury Department on two Chinese companies. Zaoyang car attack A man is shot dead in the city of Zaoyang, China, after ramming his vehicle into a crowd of pedestrians, killing at least six and injuring seven others. Just hours after Marrero’s detention, the United States Department of the Treasury responds by placing sanctions on BANDES, the Venezuelan Economic and Social Development Bank and four of its subsidiaries. 2019 Algerian protests Hundreds of thousands of Algerians again rally, this week in heavy rain and cold weather, against President Abdelaziz Bouteflika demanding his immediate resignation.
The English Football League is to deduct Birmingham City F. Birmingham City are the first club to be deducted points since the EFL introduced its new profitability and sustainability regulations in 2016. War in Afghanistan Six people are killed and 23 others wounded in three bomb explosions during Nowruz celebration in Kabul, Afghanistan. Syria has not publicly responded to President Trump’s decision.
Ahmed Aboul Gheit, Secretary-General of the Arab League, declares this action irrelevant and illegal. Operation Car Wash Former President of Brazil Michel Temer is arrested as part of an investigation into corruption. Brexit negotiations The European Union confirms that UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s requested short extension date of 30 June is too late due to pending EU elections. Roberto Marrero, Juan Guaidó’s chief of staff. Oakland Athletics game in the Tokyo Dome. 3 billion acquisition of 21st Century Fox.
Politics of Kazakhstan The second President of Kazakhstan, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, is sworn into office, after the resignation of Nursultan Nazarbayev. Astana, the capital of Kazakhstan, is renamed Nursultan, after the former President. 430 million contract, the largest in the history of Major League Baseball. The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters awards this year’s Abel Prize to Karen Uhlenbeck for “her pioneering achievements in geometric partial differential equations, gauge theory and integrable systems.