September 2023

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6. Germany joins US-led Artemis programme

Germany on Thursday became the 29th country to sign the Artemis Accords, a US-led multilateral agreement meant to establish norms of behaviour in space and on the lunar surface.
The signing marks a key addition to a growing slate of countries aligning their space policies and standards of cooperation with the United States, as nations including China and India eye the moon as stage for technological advances and national prestige

7. UN launches $71m urgent appeal for Libya flood victims

The United Nations is urgently seeking more than $71 million to assist those most in need after deadly flash floods swept Libya over the weekend.
Hurricane-strength Storm Daniel slammed into Libya on September 10, killing at least 4,000 people, with thousands more still missing.
In a flash appeal on Thursday, the UN humanitarian agency OCHA said it expects the toll to rise

8. Israel launches air strike on Gaza

The Israeli military said it launched an air strike on Gaza on Friday, following violence at a border rally in which health officials said multiple Palestinians were wounded.
The strike was the first since early July, when Israel responded to rocket fire from Gaza launched after its deadliest Israeli raid in the occupied West Bank in years

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9. Bangladesh stun India for consolation Asia Cup win

Skipper Shakib Al Hasan`s 80 and inspired bowling led Bangladesh to a consolation six-run win over India in the final Super Four clash of the Asia Cup on Friday.
India, who had already booked a meeting with Sri Lanka in Sunday`s final in Colombo, faltered in their chase of 266 despite a valiant 121 by opener Shubman Gill.
Mustafizur Rahman took three wickets while debutant Tanzim Hasan Sakib and Mahedi Hasan claimed two each as Bangladesh bowled out India for 259 to end their tournament on a high ahead of the upcoming ODI World Cup

10. Russia says will not boycott Paris Olympics

Russia`s Olympic Committee has said Moscow would not be boycotting the 2024 Olympics in Paris and every Russian athlete was free to choose whether or not to take part under a neutral banner.
`Boycotting the [Olympic] Games leads to nowhere,` Russian Olympic Committee president Stanislav Pozdnyakov said in a briefing on Thursday.
Athletes from Russiaand Belarus have faced sanctions from a multitude of sports since Russia launched its assault on Ukraine in February 2022

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