The bodies of five people were discovered in one of the single-family houses in Chodzież. The District Prosecutor’s Office is launching an investigation into the abuse of powers by Donald Tusk. The UN expects India to overtake China in terms of population by the end of April.
1. Murder in Chodzież
Police officers in Chodzież (Greater Poland Voivodeship) discovered on Monday evening in one of the single-family houses bodies of five people – four adults and a child.
As the portal tvn24.pl unofficially found out, the police officers who appeared on the spot revealed a corpse with the mouth taped and the legs tied. All persons had neck wounds.
2. The prosecutor’s office initiates proceedings against Tusk
The Warsaw District Prosecutor’s Office launched an investigation into the abuse of powers in 2014 by the then prime minister Donald Tusk. The notification was submitted in November last year by Marek Falenta and it referred to the inspection in the company Składy Węgla.
– I don’t think anyone believes that the prosecutor’s office anymore Zbigniew Ziobro does not implement his wishes and the agenda of the ruling party in general – Sylwia Gregorczyk-Abram, a representative of the “Free Courts” Initiative, commented in “Fakty po Faktach” on TVN24. Tusk himself at the meeting in Tarnobrzeg spoke about how he learned about this decision.
3. UN: India overtakes China
The United Nations expects by the end of April India overtake China in terms of population.
The United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA) released its projections a few days after the UN Population Fund announced that by mid-2023, India would have 2.9 million more people than China.
4. The European Union concludes a “green alliance” with Norway
European Union and Norway formed a “Green Alliance to strengthen joint climate action, environmental efforts, and cooperation on clean energy and industrial transformation.”
The agreement was signed in Brussels by the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, and the Prime Minister of Norway, Jonas Gahr Store.
5. A three-day truce in Sudan
“The Sudanese Armed Forces and the Rapid Relief Forces have agreed to implement a nationwide ceasefire starting at midnight on April 24 for 72 hours,” the U.S. Foreign Secretary said in a statement. Anthony Blinken, calling on both sides to fully enforce the agreement. The US Secretary of State also announced that he would work with “international and regional partners” and Sudanese civilian actors to help create “a committee to oversee the negotiation, agreement and implementation of a permanent end to fighting” in Sudan to restore civilian rule in Sudan.
6. An Egyptian diplomat was killed in Khartoum
Egypt’s foreign ministry said the deputy administrative attaché at the Egyptian embassy in Khartoum was killed during fighting between rival military factions in the Sudanese capital.
“Muhammad El Gharrawi was killed while driving to the embassy to follow the evacuation of Egyptians stranded in Sudan,” the ministry said in a statement.
7. Fuel sales restrictions in Cuba
All filling stations in Cuba will have a “refueling limit” for private cars from Sunday. The limitation is the purchase of up to 40 liters of fuel.
From Monday, “until further notice”, gas stations in Cuba will be able to refuel in some provinces – m.in. in the central province of Santa Clara – only those owners of private cars who, under special licenses, operate for a fee as “public transport”.
PAP, TVN24, tvn24.pl, Reuters
Main photo source: IDREES MOHAMMED/PAP/EPA