36 people were killed as a result of a methane gas explosion in a mine in Kazakhstan

36 people were killed as a result of a methane gas explosion in a mine in Kazakhstan

The Kazakh Emergencies Ministry reported that the death toll as a result of the accident that occurred at the Kostenko mine in Karaganda has risen to 36 people, while 10 people are still missing.

A statement issued by the ministry on Sunday said: “So far, the bodies of 36 people have been found, and the search for 10 miners continues.”

Yesterday, Saturday, the press office of the ArcelorMittal Territau company in Kazakhstan announced the death of 28 people.

The office added that 252 people were in the mine at the time of the accident, which according to preliminary information was caused by a methane gas explosion.

For its part, the Kazakh Presidential Press Office declared October 29 a day of national mourning for the victims of the accident.

French authorities arrest more than 80 people on the grounds of “anti-Semitism”

Paris Governor Laurent Nunez said that the French authorities “arrested more than 80 people for anti-Semitic acts” in areas of Paris against the backdrop of the war waged by the Israeli army in the Gaza Strip.
The governor said in a statement to BFMTV: “We have identified more than 200 anti-Semitic acts in the Paris region since October 7, including attacks on citizens, property, schools and synagogues. About 80 people have been arrested, and this number is increasing.”

Earlier this week, Nunez issued a decision to ban a march to express support for the Palestinians in Paris, which was scheduled for Saturday.

Despite the ban, according to the governor, about 3-4 thousand people participated in the march.

Russian Defense announces the downing of 36 Ukrainian drones over the Black Sea and the Crimean Peninsula

The Russian Ministry of Defense announced that a Ukrainian attack targeting Russian territory had been thwarted, and 36 drones were shot down over the Black Sea and the northwestern part of the Crimean Peninsula.
The ministry said in a statement: “On the night of October 29, an attempt by the Kiev regime to carry out a terrorist attack with drones on targets on the territory of the Russian Federation was repelled.”

The statement added: “The air defense systems on duty destroyed 36 Ukrainian drones over the Black Sea and the northwestern part of the Crimean Peninsula.”

American media confirms what Moscow has been pointing out, which is that the drones that Ukraine used and are using to strike Russian targets in the Black Sea or deep into Russian territory were developed with the participation of the CIA and other Western intelligence agencies, and that all major operations carried out by the Military Intelligence Directorate Or the Security Service of Ukraine does not take place without the permission of Vladimir Zelensky.

Ukrainian forces have recently intensified their attacks using drones, in an attempt to target vital Russian installations and civilian areas and pose a threat to the Russian home front.

The Russian Armed Forces continue to implement their special military operation with the aim of disarming Ukraine, to ward off threats emanating from Ukrainian territory to Russia's security.

Since the launch of the operation, on February 24, 2022, Moscow has defined its goals as protecting the residents of the Donbass region, eliminating threats to Russia's security, forcing Ukraine to be militarily neutral, and eliminating Nazi tendencies in it.
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