April 30, 2023 05:35
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These are the most important news from the night to Sunday April 30th.
Former Sudanese prime minister: Civil war will be a nightmare for the world
Former Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok warned that if the country’s conflict developed into a civil war, it would be one of the worst in the world.
– God forbid if Sudan reaches the point of civil war. Syria, Yemen and Libya are baby food by comparison, Hamdok said at an event in Nairobi on Saturday.
– I think it will be a nightmare for the world, he said, adding that a civil war will have a number of consequences.
A person is seriously injured after falling from a balcony in Oslo
A person was seriously injured after falling about 15 meters from a balcony in Oslo. The person is taken to the hospital.
There must be a low railing on the balcony. The police are treating the incident as an accident.
Police in Texas are still looking for suspects in the mass shooting
Police in the US state of Texas are expanding their area to search for a man who allegedly shot five of his neighbors Friday night.
According to San Jacinto County Sheriff Greg Capers, the area the man was in could be between 10 and 20 miles wide, as the man was still at large more than 15 hours after the shooting occurred.
Colombia evacuates towns near volcano
Authorities in Colombia asked residents of towns closest to the rumbling volcano to leave the area in the event of an eruption.
Evacuations have been initiated by local people within a 15-kilometer radius of the main crater on the Nevado del Ruiz volcano, authorities said.
This volcano has a total of three craters, and is located in the Colombian Andes
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