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Today’s Current Affairs News Headline- 31 May 2022

Today’s Current Affairs News Headline

Find here Today’s Current Affairs News Headlines by Miliposts for 31 May 2022.

National News

  • India reported 2,338 new cases, 2,134 cured, and 19 deaths in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of active cases to 17,883.
  • PM Modi will participate in the Garib Kalyan Sammelan in Shimla today.
  • The founder and main leader of the Jammu and Kashmir National Panther Party, Bhim Singh, has passed away in Jammu.
  • The Deputy Governor of Jammu and Kashmir inaugurated 5 projects, including the Model Tribal Residential Transit School and Girls’ Hostel. They laid the foundation stone for another 18 projects for the welfare of the tribal community in Pulwama.
  • India and Vietnam are exploring a partnership to support economic development and national security.
  • Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu was greeted by Gabonese Prime Minister Rose Christian Osuka Raponda and Prime Minister Michael Moussa-Adamo upon his arrival in Libreville, Gabon, for the first leg three-country tour.
  • Former NCB Mumbai Regional Director Sameer Wankhede has been transferred from Mumbai to Chennai.

Sport News

  • UEFA announces ‘independent report’ into Champions League chaos.
  • World number two Daniil Medvedev, sat out the French Open after losing to Marin Cilic.
  • Teenager Holger Rune became the first Dane to reach the French Open quarterfinals on May 30 by defeating 2021 runner-up Stefanos Tsitsipas.
  • Robert Lewandowski announced on May 30 that his time at Bayern Munich is over, without specifying his future plans, amid reports that Barcelona has made him an offer.
  • Rafael Nadal’s French Open quarterfinal against Novak Djokovic will take place tonight.
  • France’s sports ministry will host a meeting of soccer and security officials following the chaos at the Champions
  • League final, seeking to ensure Paris prepares for the 2024 Olympics.

International News

  • The leader of Georgia’s breakaway region of South Ossetia has scrapped plans to hold a referendum on joining Russia, which his predecessor had set for July 17.
  • Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced a proposed freeze on firearm ownership in Canada, which would effectively ban their import and sale following recent mass shootings in the United States.
  • The WHO says it is not yet concerned that the outbreak of monkeypox in African countries where it is commonly found could lead to a global pandemic.
  • US President Joe Biden denies sending rocket systems to Ukraine “that could attack Russia”.
  • EU agrees to ban ‘more than 2/3’ of Russian oil imports.
  • According to the US FDA, an outbreak of hepatitis A spread through contaminated organic strawberries in the US and Canada.
  • The EU will give Ukraine 9 billion euros for “immediate liquidity”, says the head of the EU.
  • The European Union will expel Russia’s largest bank from SWIFT.
  • Iran’s enriched uranium stockpiles are 18 times the limit agreed in the 2015 deal – UN nuclear watchdog.
  • Germany and Spain reported another jump in inflation to 7.9% and 8.7%, respectively on May 30, as the war in Ukraine continued to push up food and energy prices, prompting the European Central Bank to raise interest rates.
  • Rescue teams have recovered the bodies of all 22 people aboard the plane that crashed in Nepal.
  • Sri Lankan police used water cannons and tear gas shells to disperse thousands of students trying to attack the home of the Sri Lankan president.

Environmental News

  • The first storm of the eastern Pacific season headed for a string of beach resorts in southwestern Mexico, where authorities opened shelters for thousands of people in its projected path.
  • Strawberry Farms, Spanish wetlands are threatened by climate change and water supply shortages due to over-extraction by strawberry farms.

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