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Top 10 world news: Sharif slammed for declaring poll victory, Israel war updates, and more

Former Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif was slammed for declaring victory in Pakistan national elections for his party PML(N) before official announcement from Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP). It’s rival Pakistan Tejreek-e-Insaf (PTI) headed by Imran Khan, another former PM, has shown better-than-expected performance despite having been removed from the ballot. The party candidates fought elections as independents. In other news, Syrian state media reported than air defences near capital Damascus responded to an attack. Read this and more in Top 10 World News.

Pakistan Elections 2024: Pakistan-Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has accused former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif of ‘stealing public mandate’ by showing an election paper that shows total valid votes greater than total number of votes casted in NA-130 constituency. 

On Syria’s official news agency SANA’s website, it merely states that Syria air defence systems engaged “hostile targets in the vicinity of Damascus”

Russia’s secret service the KGB and America’s CIA have been at odds since time immemorial which further became an extension of the Great Game.

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Prince Harry reaches a settlement in his phone-hacking case against Mirror Group Newspapers, securing a substantial payout and legal costs coverage, his lawyer confirms in court.


According to 338 Canada, a tracking website, the Conservatives would easily bag 199 seats in general elections if held today, way above the majority mark of 170. The Liberals, meanwhile, would have to settle at 74.

The report criticised Biden’s conduct, highlighting “serious risks” to national security but stated that pursuing criminal charges was not the proper remedy.

Russia’s Defence Ministry, in a post on the Telegram messaging app, noted the UAE’s “humanitarian mediation”, as did Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy and the Ukrainian body overseeing exchanges of POWs.

Altman is reportedly looking to resolve some of the biggest challenges faced by the rapidly expanding artificial intelligence sector — including a shortage of the expensive computer chips needed to power large-language models like OpenAI’s ChatGPT

Gunman kills four at market in Georgia, suspect detained: ministry

The authorities also made efforts to clear the snow off power lines, and train tracks and de-ice planes and runways at airports.