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British police: Grenfell fire caused 71 dead including a belly fetus

                    (Original title: British police announced that a total of 71 people were killed in the Grenfell fire)
                   

                                   

LONDON, Nov. 16 (XinhuaNet) British police announced on the 16th that the final death toll from the fire in the Glenefell building in June was 71, including a fetus in the belly.

A 3-year-old girl survived six people when a Russian plane crashed when it landed

                    (Original title: Russian media: Russian plane crash killed a 6-year-old girl survived a 3-year-old girl)
                   

                                   

7 Nov. 17 reported Russian media said a L-410 light aircraft from Russia’s Khabarovsk Airlines Company crashed when it was about two kilometers from the airport for landing. Khabarovsk Krai said six people were killed in the crash.

Inventory: Who is the African leader who has been in power for years but eventually collapsed?

                    (Original title: US media inventory: who has power for years but eventually the collapse of African leaders who?)
                   

                                   

Reference News Network November 17 reported November 15, the Associated Press published entitled “Are the overthrow of African leaders, who are now? “According to reports, Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe vowed to go to power and is now under house arrest and his fortunes have shaken. At this moment, you may wish to take stock of what other extraordinary African leaders have been in power for years but eventually collapsed.

· Yahya Jamey, Gambia

Jamey came to power in a bloodshed coup in 1994 and has been in charge of this small West African country for more than 22 years. His regime was accused of trampling human rights to suppress opponents. Last year, the situation was greatly deteriorated and the Gambian people elected Adama Barrow, a candidate for the opposition coalition. During a weeks-long political stalemate, Barlow was forced to wait in neighboring Senegal until Jameh eventually went exiled to Equatorial Guinea with his family and cronies. Since then, Jamee no news. Mobutu Sese Seko of the Democratic Republic of the Congo

In 1965 Mobutu seized power in a military coup, when the vast, mineral-rich country gained independence from Belgium year. His leadership has been backed by the United States and other Western governments. The legendary corrupt dictatorship that lasted more than three decades left a mess for the country then known as Zaire, and in 1997 he was overthrown by Laurent Kabila. Mobutu refugees to Morocco in 1997, where died of prostate cancer.

· Idi Amin Dada, Uganda

Idi Amin’s eight-year rule is characterized by the death of up to 300,000 people. He is capricious, spearheads at particular peoples but also points to journalists, lawyers and others whom he believes may be the opposition. However, for more than 25 years, he has never been punished for suffering to the once prosperous country and has never expressed any remorse. After his government was overthrown in 1979, he traveled to Saudi Arabia for exile, where he died in 2003, relying on life to sustain the equipment and suffer from renal failure.

Muammar Qaddafi, Libya

In 1969, Qaddafi, 27, led a group of military officers to overthrow the monarchy of King Idris. In the third world just liberated from European colonial rule, Qaddafi became the symbol of the anti-Western resistance. Rebel troops invaded the capital in 2011 and hurried him to Sirte to hide. He was pulled out of a drainage hole and killed, becoming the first executed ruler of the Arab Spring that swept through the entire area.

· Charles Taylor in Liberia

Former warlord Taylor, serving as president from 1997 to 2003, was accused of greed and savagery. Over 250,000 people were killed in the country’s successive civil war, the second of which took place during his reign as a source of funding for the war from smuggling diamonds from his neighboring Sierra Leone. In 2003, following an agreement to conclude that war, he fled to Nigeria. He was extradited to a United Nations-backed Special Court to face charges of crimes against humanity because of incitement to clashes in Sierra Leone. In 2012, he became the first head of state to be convicted by the International War Crimes Tribunal after World War II. He was sentenced to 50 years in prison and is currently serving his sentence in the UK.

• Bryce Compoore, Burkina Faso

Kombre took office after a bloodshed coup of 1987 in which the revolutionary leader of the West African nation, Thomas Sankara, Killed. After more than 27 years in power, Compaore tried to amend the constitution to seek a second term. In the face of popular uprising, he was forced to step down in 2014. He flees abroad and is now a citizen of Côte d’Ivoire. Human rights groups wish to extradite him for trial, accusing him of committing a number of murders, including murdering Sangkla, during his reign.

· Hussein Haber, Chad

Zimbabwe’s President Mugabe met with Jin Duff leader

Halare, November 16 (Reporter) According to local media reports on the 16th, Zimbabwe’s President Mugabe met with Constantin Guiaia Chivenga, commander of the Jinfong Defense Forces, and met on the same day. On the afternoon of the 16th, Mugabe, Kivi and special envoy of South African President Zuma held talks at the Presidential Office. The report did not mention the details of the talks. About 1 to 2 o’clock on the 15th, Zimbabwe’s capital city of Harare heard two to three suspected sound of explosions. In the outskirts of the city, the military blocked its main thoroughfare and controlled Zimbabwe’s NBC. The military then denied launching a military coup through state television and said President Mugabe is now safe. A military spokesman said the military’s current actions aim to bring the “criminals” within the ruling party to justice and restore the normal political situation in Zimbabwe as soon as possible.

Three former intelligence chief bribed inspected Park Jin Hui back pain hospitalized

                    (The original title: suffered a major blow in succession Park Jin Hui low back pain hospitalized)
                   

                                   

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AEN20171116012400315_01_i (1).jpg South Korea’s National Intelligence Service three former Dean: from left to right for the South in Jun, Li Binghao, LI Bing Qi

overseas network November 17 electric 16, The former South Korean President Park Geun-hye, 65, who is in custody in custody, was taken to hospital for back pain. Prior to this, Park Geun-hye has repeatedly hospitalized for treatment. On the 17th, on the grounds of suspected bribery, the Central District Court of Seoul issued an arrest warrant to two of them after examining the arrest warrant against the three former chiefs of the National Intelligence Agency, Years old) and Li Ping Qi (70 years old). Korean media forecast that once the investigation of the three high-ranking intelligence officials is over, the prosecution will turn the “knife-edge” to Park Geun-hye, who is suspected of accepting bribes. Park Geun-hye has been hit recently. According to the Yonhap news agency, South Korean judicial authorities disclosed that on the morning of the 16th, Park Geun-hye was taken away from Seoul’s detention center for back pain and sent to St. Mary’s Hospital in Seoul for treatment. Park Geun-hye is said to have undergone MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) examinations at the hospital. It is understood that MRI is widely used in the diagnosis of clinical diseases, for some lesions has become an indispensable method of inspection. Park Geun-hye has repeatedly admitted to hospital for treatment. On July 28, Park Geun-hye was sent to the Notre-Dame hospital because of toe pain at the end of the trial. About a month later, on the morning of August 30, Park Geun-hye was taken to the hospital for treatment because of a back pain. Seoul Detention Center said, “Park Geun-hwan before the arrest of the waist is not good, although the detention center has been treated, but the effect is not good, she often shouts back pain.” For specific symptoms, the detention said, “inconvenient disclosure.”

According to the Korean media quoted by Japan’s Yonhap News Agency as saying, on the 17th, South Korea’s Central District Court of Seoul alleged allegations of bribery on the prosecutor’s arrest against the three former chief of the National Intelligence Agency’s arrest warrants, two of them were issued Arrest warrants, namely, Nam Jun (73) and Lee Kee Ki (70), respectively, and Li Binghao (77) did not issue an arrest warrant.

Recently, Park Geun-hye suffered a series of blows. On the 13th, during the government of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPP), Lee Young-seng, president of Korea’s National Intelligence Agency, was summoned by prosecutors for allegedly surrendering special activities to South Korean presidential palace Cheong Wa Dae. South Korean prosecutors said that during the period of the administration of Park Geun-hye during the government of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, the special charges for activities belonging to the state budget of 50 million yuan (about 300,000 yuan) to 100 million won The amount of regular payment to the Blue House. Prosecutors will be whether Li Bingqi is involved in special activities fee payment, and Park Geun-hye in the process of whether to issue instructions for centralized investigation. Prior to this, during the government of Gekkan Park, two other presidents of South Korea, Junichi Nobunaga and Li Binghao, had been investigated by South Korean prosecutors. Korean media forecast that once the investigation of the three high-ranking intelligence officials is over, the prosecution will turn the “knife-edge” to Park Geun-hye, who is suspected of accepting bribes, to find out exactly where her funds will be used.

The U.S. House of Representatives passed the Tax Reform Act Trump into taxation and went one step closer

                    (Original title: US House of Representatives steps toward historic reform through tax reform bill)
                   

                                   US House of Representatives Passes Tax Reform Act (Source: BBC)
   

overseas network on November 17
Thursday, the US House of Representatives passed the tax reform bill, indicating another trump building process has taken a crucial step. Foreign media said it was a major achievement Trump made after Congress repeatedly suffered a setback over the past year.

   

Angrily hit the bank! French public parade in opposition to Macron reform

                    (Original title: angry hit the bank! French people parade against Marcon reform)
                   

                                   

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Russian car and truck collision caused 15 deaths or due to bad weather

                    (Original title: (International) Severe car accident in western Russia resulting in 15 deaths)
                   

                                   

Moscow, Nov 16 (Xinhua) A passenger van collided with a truck on the 16th in western Russia, killing 15 people.

   According to the report of the agency said that at about 5.30 p.m. on the same day a passenger van collided with a truck with a towed trailer in the section between the cities of Yoshkar-Ola and Kizomoye-Crimean city, Van driver died on the spot, truck driver was not injured. At the time of the incident, a total of 19 people in the van, including children. A total of 15 people were killed in the accident.

   

According to the official announcement of the incident, the minivan involved in the private operation. It was from Yoshkar-Ola to the town of Marina.

   

After the incident, this section of the temporary closure, investigators are investigating the cause of the accident. Due to heavy rains and heavy snowfall in the area at the time of the incident, investigators speculated that the accident might be caused by bad weather.

Damascus, the capital of Syria, were bombarded for multiple deaths and 45 injuries

Xinhua News Agency, Damascus, Nov. 16 At least 6 people were killed and 45 others were injured as a result of artillery bombardment on the 16th in Damascus, the capital of Syria.

More than 200,000 gallons of oil spilled from the main South Dakota oil pipeline

                    (Original title: 200,000 gallons of oil spill in main pipeline in South Dakota, U.S.A.)
                   

                                   According to the Russian satellite news agency reported on November 16 local time, South Dakota, the United States more than 200,000 gallons (about 5000 barrels) of oil leaks. Relevant departments on the cause of the leak investigation has started, the pipeline operations staff found that oil pipelines along the line after the closure.

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