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Today’s Current Affairs News Headline – June 9, 2022

Today’s Current Affairs News Headline – June 9, 2022

Find today’s current affairs news headlines for June 9, 2022, by Millipost here.

National News

• 7,240 new cases of COVID19 were reported in India in the last 24 hours; the active cases amount to 32,498.
• India and Iran reaffirm cooperation in the port of Chabahar, a vital transit hub for Central Asia.
India will simultaneously launch the first human-crewed space mission, “Gaganyaan,” and the first human-crewed ocean mission in 2023, said Dr. Jitendra Singh, Union Minister.
• PM Modi will open the Biotech Startup Expo 2022 today.
• The president of Congress, Sonia Gandhi, asked the DE for three weeks to be interrogated in the National Herald case.
• The former president of Congress, Rahul Gandhi, will appear before the DE on June 13.
• Vietnamese President Nguyen Xuan Phuc breaks protocol to fire Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, who is on a 3-day visit to Vietnam.
• Prime Minister Modi will visit Gujarat on June 10 and inaugurate and lay the foundation for various development initiatives during the ‘Gujarat Gaurav Abhiyan’ in Navsari.

International News

• US President Biden urges US leaders to show that democracy works, saying that democracy is an essential component of America.
• Canada unveiled a national carbon emissions market to help it meet its climate goals, allowing cities, farmers, and others to sell CO2 reduction credits to heavy polluters.
• The International Atomic Energy Agency adopted a resolution criticizing Iran after Iran said it had cut off some IAEA cameras monitoring its nuclear facilities.
• Algeria suspends a decades-long cooperation treaty with Spain in the Western Sahara dispute.
• The WHO warned that the risk of monkeypox becoming established in non-endemic countries is real.
• UK prosecutors authorize sexual assault charges against Hollywood movie mogul Harvey Weinstein
• Russia and Turkey made little progress in talks to ensure the safe passage of Ukraine’s grain exports, as the Russian sea blockade prompted new warnings of deadly famine.
• Former Lagos Governor Tinubu wins the primary for Nigeria’s ruling party.
• The European Parliament voted to reject a vital part of the EU’s carbon trading plan
• The UN chief warned that the impact of the Ukraine war on the world was worsening. Ukrainian forces may have to withdraw from the strategic eastern city of Severodnetsk, which is being shelled “24 hours a day” by Russian troops.
• The visit of the King of Belgium to the Democratic Republic of the Congo seeks to heal the “wounds of the past.” King Leopold II, King Philip’s ancestor, had brutally ruled the Central African country, treating it like his personal fiefdom.
• Oscar Drama, the Academy appoints a new general director after years of reforms

Sport News

• Rubina Francis and Manish Narwal of India won the gold medal by defeating the Chinese team in the P-6 air pistol mixed team event.
South Africa beat Ireland by eight wickets to win the Women’s T20I series 2-1.
• KL Rahul out of South Africa’s T20Is, named deputy captain

Economy News

• India’s central bank raised rates for the second time in two months as Asia’s third-largest economy grapples with inflationary momentum following the war in Ukraine.
• One month after a staggering 0.4% hike, the Reserve Bank of India raised the key repo rate by 50 basis points to 4.90%.
• India participates in the meeting of senior officials of the East Asia Summit
• The United States announced a $100 million plan to train 500,000 health workers in Latin America.
• The OECD cut its global growth forecast for 2022 from 4.5 percent to 3 percent, citing the “high cost” of the Ukraine war.




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