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The source added that the rumors circulating on social media about the council holding an emergency meeting are incorrect.

A helicopter carrying Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi faced an incident on Sunday during a visit to the country’s northwest, the national TV reported.

The incident reportedly occurred as a result of dense fog in the region, which is making conditions difficult for rescue teams, the TV said. 

Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian was also aboard the copter.

Raisi was traveling in East Azerbaijan province. The incident happened near Jolfa, a city on the border with the Republic of Azerbaijan, some 600 kilometers (375 miles) northwest of Tehran.

Raisi had been in Azerbaijan early Sunday to inaugurate a dam with Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev. 

According to the TV, Interior Minister Ahmad Vahidi has said the helicopter was forced to make emergency landing due to the whether condition.

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A New Mexico judge is scheduled to rule on whether Hollywood star Alec Baldwin is off the hook for an involuntary manslaughter charge filed against him in January.

The “30 Rock” actor’s motion to dismiss is set to be heard on Friday, Breitbart reported.

Baldwin was implicated in the shooting death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins in October 2021.

The incident happened while filming the Western “Rust” as Baldwin was holding a gun that was not supposed to hold live rounds.

Breaking the first rule of gun safety, Baldwin pointed the firearm at another human being and pulled the trigger, killing Hutchins and injuring director Joel Souza.

The 66-year-old was co-producing the film and starred in the leading role.

Baldwin has maintained his innocence and pleaded not guilty.

Attorneys for Baldwin filed the motion to dismiss, citing prosecutors’ alleged misconduct during the grand jury proceedings.

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A new study has linked Covid mRNA shots to a rare autoimmune disease that started to surge in 2021.

Scientists analyzed soaring cases that emerged in Yorkshire, England.

According to the peer-reviewed study, published in the renowned Lancet journal, a rare autoimmune disease surged in Yorkshire after the rollout of the Covid injections.

The number of cases peaked in 2021 and continued to surge through 2022.

Anti-MDA5 dermatomyositis is an inflammatory condition characterized by muscle weakness, skin rashes, and rapidly progressive lung disease.

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  • Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi and Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian on board the helicopter that suffered a “hard landing” in Iran’s East Azerbaijan province, says Iranian state media.
  • Adverse weather conditions, including heavy fog, are hampering rescue efforts and the helicopter is still missing.
  • Iran’s Fars News Agency calls on Iranians to pray for President Raisi.
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A helicopter on which Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi was a passenger encountered a “hard landing” on Sunday, according to reports by Iranian state television and other media outlets.

The Interior Minister of Iran Ahmad Vahidi has reportedly confirmed that the helicopter with Raisi on board had made a hard landing in the city of Jolfa in the northwestern Iranian province of East Azarbaijan.

Several other senior officials, including Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian and Governor of East Azarbaijan Malek Rahmati, were traveling with the president, reports claim.

About an hour after the incident, rescue teams reportedly managed to reach the area and began a search operation that is currently ongoing.

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The condition of Slovakian Prime Minister Robert Fico is no longer life-threatening, the EU country’s deputy prime minister Tomas Taraba has told British state broadcaster the BBC. There was an attempt on his life earlier this week.

Fico was shot several times on Wednesday as he approached a crowd in the city of Handlova in central Slovakia. The prime minister was rushed to a hospital and doctors have been fighting for his life since.

The assailant, who was detained on the spot, turned out to be 71-year-old left-wing activist Juraj Cintula. He reportedly strongly disagreed with Fico’s decision to stop arms shipments to Ukraine.

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