Rocket attack in Turkey, Third Times

Rocket attack in Turkey, Third Times

                Rocket attack in Turkey, Third Times

People were killed.Turkey’s Minister of Interior Suleiman Soylu says that a rocket attack has been carried out on the tehsil of the southern province of Gazi Antap, in which 3 people have been killed.The Turkish Minister says that a child is also among those killed in the rocket attack.

Turkey Rejects US Condolences for Istanbul Blast Suleiman Soylu said the rockets were fired from the Syrian region of Kobani, which is controlled by Kurdish militias It should be noted that there were also suicide bombings in Turkey in the last few days in which 6 people were killed.

Indonesia: 5.6-magnitude earthquake in Java, 56 people killed             

A lot of people injured As a result of a 5.6-magnitude earthquake in the central island of Java, 56 people died and more than 700 were injured.According to the American Geological Survey, the epicenter of the earthquake that occurred this afternoon was in the Cianjur region of West Java. The intensity of the earthquake was also felt in the capital city of Jakarta.

West Java Governor Rizwan Kamil told the news conference that according to the information received from the district, 56 people were killed and more than 700 were injured.

He said that dozens of people are trapped at the accident site due to which the number of casualties and injuries is likely to increase.

New Zealand: Parliament convened to raise voting age to 16, Supreme Court

New Zealand’s Supreme Court says that the current voting age is discriminatory, the court has said that to vote in Parliament Lowering the age limit should be discussed.

A lawyers’ organization filed a petition in 2020 to lower the voting age in the country from 18 to 16.The Supreme Court in its order said that the requirement of 18 years to vote is inconsistent with the country’s constitutional rights.In the New Zealand Bill of Rights, a citizen at the age of 16 has the right to personal and civil liberties.Lawyers’ organization says that when 16-year-old citizens can drive, work, pay taxes, why can’t they vote?Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said that the government will prepare a legal draft in this regard and submit it to Parliament.He said that I personally am in favor of lowering the age limit for voting but this draft needs to get 75% support from the parliament.

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