Morning news brief: North Korea's food crisis, fine on Poland, and more

NEW DELHI Published: Oct 28, 2021, 09:30 AM(IST)

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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has asked the people of his country to eat less until 2025 in a bid to combat the food crisis.Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar tweeted that the four police personnel were killed due to firing by the proscribed Tehreek-i-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) workers, adding that 253 others had been injured in the violence. 

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North Korea food crisis: Leader Kim Jong Un asks people to 'eat less' until 2025

Food prices are soaring in North Korea due to a lack of supply which is unable to meet the demand of people living in the country.

Pakistan: 4 cops among 8 killed, over 250 injured in clashes between proscribed Islamist groups and police

At least eight people were killed, including four policemen, and over 250 were injured in clashes between supporters of a radical Islamist party and the police in Pakistan’s Punjab state, prompting the Imran Khan government to deploy paramilitary forces for two months to control the situation.

'Pressure of blackmail': EU court imposes massive fine of over $1 million per day on Poland

The European Union has imposed a fine of $1.16 million per day on Poland over a dispute of the rule of the law.The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has asked Warsaw to pay the fine for maintaining a disciplinary chamber for judges.

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