Portal:Current events/November 2018

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November 2018 is the eleventh month of the current common year. The month, which began on a Thursday, will end on a Friday after 30 days. It is the current month.

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  • Lion Air Flight 610
    • An Indonesian Diving Rescue Team member dies while searching the debris from the passenger jet that crashed earlier this week near Jakarta. (ABC News)
  • A lorry loses control at a toll station in Lanzhou, China, killing at least 15 people and injuring 44 others. (BBC)

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  • 2018 European floods
    • Heavy floods affect Palermo in Sicily, Italy, killing twelve people. The total death toll of the floods and strong winds in the country rises to 31 people. (Teleacras)
  • Nearly seven tonnes of C9 aromatic hydrocarbon are leaked into the ocean at a port in Quangang District, Quanzhou, China when a petrochemical company loads the cargo from its terminal into a chemical tanker and the aged hose coupling gasket breaks. Nearby aquaculture farms are contaminated, resulting in huge loss. Many fishermen and residents get sick from the leaked chemical, and 52 of them are hospitalized. Local authorities are accused of playing down the severity of the leakage. Discussion of the accident is suppressed on Weibo after the accident has become a hot topic. (Splash 247)(Singtao Daily)(Shanghaiist)

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  • RCMP confirm one of two explosions at the Strathcona County Community Centre in Sherwood Park, Alberta on November 6th was deliberate, and the other was accidentally set off. They also disclose the suspect shot himself and later died from his wounds. No one else was hurt in the incident, and a motive for the incident is still under investigation. (CTV News)

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