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News Dabba for 04 December 2023: Five stories for a balanced news diet

Here are the daily updates that the internet is talking about through various news websites.

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Indie Journal brings you the daily updates that the internet is talking about through various news websites. Here's a glance through some of the National and International news updates from the volcano eruption in Indonesia, Cyclone Michaung in south India to landslides in Africa.


The Hindu: Cyclone Michaung live updates

In the past six hours, Cyclone Michaung has moved east-northeastwards, according to a report by The Hindu. Presently the cyclone is about 90 km off the coast of Chennai and is expected to grow into a severe cyclonic storm by December 4 afternoon, says the report. The cyclone is likely to move parallel along the north T.N. and south Andhra Pradesh coasts and make landfall between Nellore and Machilipatnam by forenoon on Tuesday. Read the full report here.


Mizoram Election Result 2023: Live report by Times Of India


Counting for 40 assembly seats of Mizoram started this morning. The Zoram People's Movement (ZPM) crossed the halfway mark having already won 12 seats and leading in 15 others, as per reported By TOI. Several senior leaders of the ruling Mizo National Front are either trailing or have already lost. Read the full report here.


Eleven hikers killed as Mount Merapi volcano erupts in Indonesia, BBC reports 

BBC reports that 11 hikers were found dead near the crater of Indonesia's Marapi volcano after it erupted over the weekend. Rescuers saved three on Monday. According to the report, there were 75 hikers around the volcano when it erupted. Mount Merapi is one of Indonesia's 127 active volcanoes. Read the full report here.


47 people die in landslides in Tanzania, TeleSur

Torrential rains continue to wreak havoc in the Horn of Africa as at least 47 people were killed and 85 others injured in landslides in Tanzania. A TeleSUR report says that Tanzania’s President Samia Suluhu Hassan is in Dubai for the COP28 climate conference. After experiencing an unprecedented drought, East Africa has been hit by weeks of torrential rain and flooding. The rains have displaced more than 1 million in Somalia alone and have left thousands dead in East Africa, as per the report. Read the full report here.


Netherlands accused of war crimes complicity for Israeli military supplies: Al Jazeera


Al Jazeera reported Dutch Human rights Groups have filed a petition against the Netherlands for supplying components for Israeli F-35 planes. The hearing will start from Monday, the report adds, and a ruling is expected in two weeks. The Netherlands is home to a regional warehouse which stores US-owned F-35 parts, which can be sent on to other F-35 partner countries, such as Israel. Read the full report here.