Top 5 News Headlines Around the World

As many big things happen in a while, the top 5 news headlines had flooded the world. The events were rather surprising. It’s really unexpected to see this news suddenly appears.

The Death of Isis Leader

Isis leader, Abu Bakar Al Baghdadi has exploded himself in an operation led by US forces. It was a successful mission without casualty from the delta forces except a minor injury of a dog. The dog chased and cornered the isis leader that he had to ignite his suicide vest. Later, the DNA test and biometric test confirm that the remains really belongs to the isis leader. Trump praises all the delta forces and even the dog that injured in the operation. It was a step forward for world peace.

New Brexit Deadline

The new Brexit deadline is extended to January 31, 2020. Donald Tusk, the president of the European Union Council, agreed that EU would grant the United Kingdom a flextension. It means, if the United Kingdom parliament could ratify the new Brexit deal clearly, they could depart on December 1 or January 1.

the United Kingdom Prime Minister seems had failed to actualize his statement that he would take the United Kingdom out of European Union by October 31. The slogan “do or die” is irrelevant as the law forced the Prime minister to postpone the deal. 

Indian toddler stuck in borewell found dead

Sujth Wilson, a two years old toddler, was stuck in a narrow well. Initially, he was stuck on a 10 meters deep, but then he has fallen further into 180 meters deep well. The well is located in Tamil Nadu, India. Rescuers attempted to keep the toddler alive by pumping oxygen into the well. But the mud seems to cover up the air from the toddler. To pull him up, a second hole parallel to the well was drilled using a Germany machinery tool. 

Unluckily, when he was pulled up, he was already dead. The wound was even decomposed. The autopsy was done in a government hospital before the body was sent back to the family. Later, his parents buried him in the morning. This news becomes the top 5 news headlines that even the Indian prime minister delivered his condolences.

California faces huge powercut

As a wildfire rages, Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) shut off the electric power to 970.000 homes and business. It was done because the wildfire risk soared. To avoid further damage, the electricity power as cut. The mass power shutoff was begun on Saturday afternoon and affects nearly one million customers. The area includes California’s wine country, San Francisco, and Sierra Foothills. The wildfire called Getty fire is getting wilder as the dry strong wind blew.

On of Sinaloa cartel successfully took back his brother from Mexico forces

Ivan Archivaldo Guzman was successfully lead a dramatic counter attack to rescue his half brother. He launched an attack that threatened the civil people and securities family. If his brother is not returned, he would make Mexico in extraordinary chaos. Responding to the threats, the Mexico forces return the son of el cheapo to avoid undesirable things. The dramatic action went into the top 5 news headlines.