6. Desperate Israel erases 50 lives in Jabalia camp strike
Palestinian fighters offered stiff resistance to invading forces, but the relentless Israeli bombing of the besieged enclave claimed at least 50 lives in the Jabalia refugee camp, on Tuesday.
This takes the total number of those killed in Israel`s brutal bombing campaign to 8,525, including 3,542 children, according to the latest count by the health ministry
7. Sri Lanka raises taxes to unblock IMF bailout
Sri Lanka on Tuesday announced a goods and services tax rise after the International Monetary Fund held back a bailout loan tranche because of its failure to meet revenue targets.
The island nation defaulted on its $46 billion foreign debt last year during an unprecedented economic crisis.
8. German president faces colonial past on Tanzania trip
President Frank-Walter Steinmeier on Tuesday called for Germany to face up to its `dark` colonial past in Tanzania and said his country was open to returning artefacts looted during the era.
German East Africa, which encompassed Burundi and Rwanda as well as mainland Tanzania, was the site of one of the bloodiest uprisings in colonial history
9. Chinese astronauts return to Earth after five months in orbit
Three Chinese astronauts safely returned to Earth on Tuesday after five months in orbit at the country`s space station, state media reported.
Jing Haipeng, Zhu Yangzhu and Gui Haichao touched down at China`s Dongfeng landing site at 8:11am, according to state broadcaster CCTV. Footage showed their return capsule parachuting down into the barren Gobi Desert, kicking up a cloud of orange dust as it hit the ground
10. Fakhar sets the pace as Pakistan return to winning ways
Pakistan finally seem to be getting a hang of the World Cup.
If their wins in the opening two matches of the 50-over showpiece are to be credited to beginner`s luck, the Babar Azam-led side`s journey actually started with the high-voltage clash against India.
Since then, Pakistan have been in search of a path. Against the hosts at an intimidating venue in Ahmedabad, they were lost. In Bangalore, against Australia they were too erroneous. Against Afghanistan in Chennai, they were too fearful.
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