SAN FRANCISCO -- A man was shot and killed early Tuesday morning in Oakland, U.S. state of California, according to the Oakland Police Department (OPD).
Officers responded to a report of a shooting and found the man suffered from gunshot wounds. He succumbed to his injuries and died at the scene, the police said. (US-Oakland-Shooting)
- - - -
UNITED NATIONS -- UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Tuesday voiced concern over the Saudi-led coalition's airstrikes in Sanaa, the Houthi-held capital of Yemen, said his spokesman.
Guterres expressed his concern and deplored the recent Saudi-led coalition's airstrikes in Sanaa that resulted in numerous civilian casualties. The UN chief reminded all parties of their obligations under international humanitarian law to protect civilians and to adhere to the principles of proportionality, distinction and precaution, said Stephane Dujarric, the spokesman. (UN-Yemen-Airstrikes)
- - - -
NEW DELHI -- Three Indian Navy personnel died in an explosion that occurred in an internal compartment onboard Indian Navy Ship (INS) "Ranvir", an official statement said on Tuesday.
The mishap occurred at the Naval Dockyard Mumbai. (India-Navy-Explosion)
- - - -
RABAT -- A total of 45 migrants, including nine minors, were rescued on Tuesday off Morocco's Atlantic coast after being lost for three days in the ocean, the Moroccan News Agency (MAP) reported.
The migrants were rescued by a trawler 39 nautical miles from western Morocco's Tarfaya coast. (Morocco-Migrants-Rescue)