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Year Ender 2023: Terrible earthquake, war in Gaza, know 10 big events of this year

Year Ender 2023: Terrible earthquake, war in Gaza, know 10 big events of this year

The war between Israel and Hamas will start in the year 2023 - India TV Hindi

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The war between Israel and Hamas started in the year 2023

Year Ender 2023: The year 2023 is about to end. This year brought many natural disasters. While the earthquake caused widespread devastation, the storm shook the African country Libya. This year will also be remembered for the war between Israel and Hamas. In the same year, Imran Khan’s supporters in the neighboring country Pakistan created violence and vandalism in the country and Imran also had to go to jail. At the same time, former US President Donald Trump also had to face many court related problems. Know 10 big events of the world for which 2023 will be remembered.

1. Three attacks on Hindu temples in January

On January 12, incidents of vandalism in Hindu temples came to light. Then anti-India slogans were also written on the walls of the temple. After this, on January 17, a similar incident happened in a Hindu temple. For the third time within 15 days, a temple was targeted in Victoria state of Australia. Anti-India slogans were written on the walls. After the incident, Australia High Commissioner Barry O’Farrell had tweeted that like India, Australia is also a country with many cultures. We are shocked to see the incident of vandalism of Hindu temples in Melbourne. Australian agencies are investigating this matter. India reacted strongly to these attacks and asked Australia to take strict action in this regard.

2- Israel-Hamas War

One of the biggest events of the year 2023 is the war between Israel and Hamas. On October 7, the terrorist organization Hamas launched a strong attack on Israel from three sides. During this time, terrorist commandos of Hamas entered Israel by breaking the wire fencing of the Israeli border and carried out a massacre. While coming, he took 240 people with him as hostages, who were released after a temporary ceasefire. More than 18600 people have died so far in this war.

3- Imran Khan reached jail

The troubles of former Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan have been going on since last year. But the matter did not end here. This year i.e. in 2023, a special court of Pakistan sent former Prime Minister Imran Khan to judicial custody for 14 days in a corruption case related to Al-Qadir Trust. This case is related to a transaction worth about Rs 5000 crore, which was transferred to Pakistan by Britain’s National Crime Agency after recovering it from a Pakistani businessman. Imran Khan has also been convicted in the Toshakhana corruption case and is in jail since August 5. Violence broke out in Pakistan on 9 May in support of him.

4- Birmingham city went bankrupt

In the beginning of September of the year 2023, a news came which attracted the attention of the world, Britain’s second largest city Birmingham went bankrupt. Birmingham City Council, run by the opposition Labor Party, is the largest local authority in Europe with more than 100 councillors. It issued a Section 114 notice saying that except for the protection of vulnerable people and statutory services, all other services are closed with immediate effect. The council then said it was in a very serious financial situation because it had to pay its ‘equal pay obligation’, which has so far amounted to between £650 million and £760 million, but it did not have the resources to meet it. There are no resources for.

5- Former US President Donald Trump convicted

Donald Trump is the first former or current president in US history to face criminal cases. On August 14 this year, an Atlanta court found Trump and 18 others guilty of fraud in the 2020 presidential elections. Trump surrendered, police took him to jail, where his mugshot was taken. Trump has become the first American President whose mugshot was taken like a prisoner. However, Trump paid a bond of $ 2 lakh with conditions for his release and came out of jail. According to the charge sheet submitted in the court, Trump and his associates deliberately tried to overturn the election results in their favor. Trump is now busy preparing for the 2024 presidential elections.

6- Afghanistan closed embassy in India

On November 24, Afghanistan suddenly announced that it was closing its embassy in India. Afghanistan cited ‘change in policy’ as the reason. Afghanistan said in a note, ‘This decision has become effective from November 23, 2023, due to the continuous challenges coming from the Indian government. This decision has been taken after the embassy decided to stop operations on September 30. Then we had expressed hope that the attitude of the Government of India would be in our favor and the mission would be able to operate normally. On September 30, the Afghanistan Embassy had announced to stop the operation from October 1. The reasons for this were cited as ‘lack of help from the host country government’ and reduced number of resources and personnel.

7- New Zealand’s PM Jacinda created a sensation by suddenly resigning.

Earlier this year, on January 19, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern created a sensation by suddenly announcing her resignation. The reason for his resignation was more interesting than Jacinda’s resignation. He said in the party’s annual caucus meeting that he no longer has the energy left to work. Now is the time to resign. I am going. Jacinda, 42, became the youngest Prime Minister of New Zealand in 2017 at the age of 37. To save his country, he had imposed the world’s strictest lockdown. In March 2019, a gunman in New Zealand attacked two mosques in Christchurch, killing 51 people. Then Jacinda had enthusiastically supported the Muslim community of New Zealand. For this he was appreciated a lot.

8- Devastation caused by earthquake in Türkiye, Syria, devastated by flood in Libya.

On February 6, two earthquakes that occurred one after the other in South East Turkey and Syria caused tremendous devastation. Their intensity was measured at 7.8 and 7.6 on the Richter scale. More than 50 thousand people died in this natural disaster. Thousands of people became homeless. Pictures of the devastation shocked the entire world. Turkey’s economy was adversely affected by the earthquake. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Turkey suffered economic losses of $103.6 billion from the earthquake. In this earthquake, 10 cities of Turkey were destroyed and more than 11 thousand buildings were razed to the ground, airports were uprooted and roads were washed away. After the earthquake, India was the first to provide relief material to the earthquake affected people on a large scale. In September this year, storm and flood caused severe devastation in the African country Libya. More than 2,300 people died and more than 10,000 went missing in the flood. Due to the storm, the dams of two rivers broke, due to which water entered the city and washed away hundreds of houses and people with it.

9- Jinping became President for the third consecutive time

Chinese President Xi Jinping was elected president for the third consecutive time. With his third term, 69-year-old Jinping has become China’s longest serving head of state. He is the second leader after Mao Zedong who has made this record. After becoming President for the third time, Xi Jinping broke the 4 decade old tradition in China. Xi Jinping became the President of China for the first time in 2013. After this, he was elected President for the second time in the year 2018. In China, no one can be President more than twice, but Jinping abolished this rule after becoming President again. This cleared the way for him to continue as President in future also.

10 – These celebrities received Nobel Prize

This year, Iranian female journalist and social activist Nargis Mohammadi has been given the Nobel Peace Prize. Mohammadi has been in jail since 2016. Norwegian writer John Fosse has received the Nobel Prize for Literature for 2023. The name of his first novel was Raudt. Pierre Agostini, Ferenc Kraus and Anne L. Huillier have been awarded the Nobel Prize for 2023 by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences for their outstanding work in the field of Physics. He has been given this award for the use of laser in the study of atomic electrons.

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