11/04: Outside the West: Your Global News

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The Pakistani prime minister has been ousted from office 🦠 Read more on this and other stories that happened worldwide.

  • Good morning ☀️ This morning we wanted to bring to your attention the stories that matter outside of the Western world, so that you have the full picture.
  • The Pakistani prime minister, Imran Khan, has been ousted from office following a vote of no confidence on Sunday. Many observers expressed relief that the crisis did not end in military intervention.
  • In South Sudan, armed clashes and extreme weather events have left more than 7.7 million people facing a food crisis. The UN estimates that over two-thirds of the population need humanitarian aid.
  • The mediasphere in Hong Kong has received another blow. Veteran Hong Kong journalist and journalist lecturer, Allan Au, was arrested on Monday on charges of "sedition".
  • The crisis in Sri Lanka is continuing to spiral. Sri Lanka’s doctors have warned that they have almost completely run out of life-saving medicines. Countrywide protests continue to rage on.
  • The Mexican President conducted a countrywide election on Sunday; voters cast their ballots on whether the popular President should see out his term.
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Al Jazeera

More than 7.7 million facing food crisis in South Sudan

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France 24

Crisis-hit Sri Lanka nearly out of medicine, doctors warn

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AP News

Mexicans vote on whether president stays or goes

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