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Afghanistan officials say multiple blasts at a girls' school in the capital Kabul on Saturday killed at least 40, including many young students and hurt dozens more. Footage on TV channel X news show chaotic scenes outside the school, with books and bags strewn across a bloodstained road and residents rushing to help victims. Kabul has been on high alert since Washington announced plans last month to pull out all US troops by Sept.11 with Afghan officials saying the Taliban have stepped up attacks across the country. No group has claimed responsibility for Saturday's attack.

European and US based tracking agencies predict remnants of a large Chinese rocket will plunge down to earth late Saturday or early Sunday. China's Foreign Ministry said that most debris from the rocket will burn up on re-entry and is highly unlikely to cause any harm after the US military said the so-called 'uncontrolled re-entry' was being tracked by the United States Space Command. EU space officials say the chance of a ground impact in a populated area is low but notes the uncontrolled nature of the object makes any predictions uncertain. Pieces from a Chinese rocket rained down on the Ivory Coast one year ago, damaging several buildings, though no injuries were reported.

Israel is bracing for more protests Saturday a day after clashes near a Jerusalem Mosque injured more than 200 people as the US, EU and regional powers called for calm after days of escalating violence. In the unrest following Muslim prayers on Friday, Israeli riot police fired rubber bullets, tear gas and stun grenades and Palestinians who hurled back rocks bottles and fireworks.

Coronavirus hard-hit India on Saturday received more international medical aid, this time from Austria and the Czech Republic. The aircraft arrived in New Delhi ahead of a virtual talks between the 27 leaders of the European Union and Indian Prime Minister NM. Meanwhile, the German ambassador to India says an oxygen plant brought (?) by Germany to the Indian capital is almost up and running and can make 400,000 liters of oxygen per day. India has seen a record surge in Covid-19 cases in recent days with hospitals in New Delhi and across the country turning away patients after running out of medical oxygen and beds.

The European Union and India have agreed to restart their negotiations on a free trade deal. Indian Prime Minister NM spoke via a video conference to EU leaders attending a summit in Portugal on Saturday. The two sides announced what they called 'a pivotal moment' in their relations by agreeing to resume talks they gave up on in 2013 and to collaborate on a wide range of other issues. Plans for a face-to-face EU-India Summit fell through due to the pandemic surge in India. M's remote appearance was the first time an Indian leader participated in a meeting with all EU leaders.

Sudanese officials held talks with a new US envoy to the Horn of Africa on Saturday aimed at resolving a dispute over Ethiopia's giant hydropower dam on the Blue Nile. Ethiopia is pinning its hopes of economic development and power generation on the dam, which Egypt fears will imperil its water supply. Sudan is also concerned about the impact of its own water flows. Talks between Sudan, Egypt and Ethiopia fell apart in April.

Madagascar on Saturday received its first batch of coronavirus vaccines through the Covax global sharing program, one of the last countries in Africa to get the prised jabs following months of resistance by its president. While countries across the globe scrambled to secure doses of precious Covid shots, Madagascar's president X showed little interest and instead promoted a locally brewed herbal drink as the only required coronavirus cure. But an infection resurgence last month forced the president to agree to a vaccine roll-out. A first shipment of 250,000 AstraZeneca jabs landed on the Indian Ocean island nation on Saturday.

And the Iraqi military says a drone packed with explosives hit a base housing US troops early Saturday, causing damage but no casualties. The attack was the 4th targeting US troops in Iraq in less than a week as an armed campaign blamed on pro-Iranian groups intensifies.
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