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Cop caught in camera groping dead woman’s breast in LA

A horrifying case came in a light where a police officer from Los Angeles was allegedly caught groping a deceased woman’s breast by his own body camera. The incident occurred when the cop was alone and he turned off the bodycam and started fondling it but was not aware that the department camera continued to record for two minutes. The Police supervisors found the recording during a random inspection and after that, the officer was suspended. Src: https://bit.ly/33TqzvQ

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58 migrants killed after boat overturns near Mauritania coast

Today, as many as 58 migrants lost their lives after a vessel carrying over 150 people including women and children sank as it approached the coast of Mauritania. The International Organisation for Migration (IOM), stated that 83 swam to shore and are receiving assistance from Mauritanian authorities, IOM and UNHCR. The vessel left from the Gambia on November 27. Currently, the Mauritanian authorities are very efficiently coordinating with the agencies present in Nouadhibou to rescue the migrants. Src: https://bit.ly/3657FU7

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India 5th most vulnerable of climate change out of 181 countries

Among the 181 countries of the world, India is the 5th most vulnerable to the effect of climate change and the poor people of the country are majorly at stake. According to the Global Climate Risk Index of 2020 the highest number of deaths (2,081) in 2018 due to weather events such as cyclones, heavy rainfall, floods and landslides. India’s economic losses due to climate change were the second highest in the world with a loss of Rs 2.7 lakh crore ($37 billion) in 2018. Src: https://bit.ly/2DKwV67

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NASA finds Vikram Lander, releases images of impact site on moon surface

NASA has found Vikram Lander of Chandrayaan-2 and published pictures of its impact site on the Moon. NASA has also posted images, clicked on its Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) camera, displaying the changes in the Moon's surface and the impact point before and after the spacecraft had landed hard. It further indicated the impact spot of the lander and an associated debris field created by the crash with blue and green dots respectively. The green dots indicate the debris of the spacecraft (confirmed or likely). Blue dots locate the disturbed soil, where small bits of the spacecraft blew up the regolith. Src: https://bit.ly/2Rk480h

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