Libya floods – Kim-Putin summit – Mark Dickey rescued – Maria Ressa acquitted | Al Jazeera Headlines

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Morocco earthquake
Kim-Putin summit
Mark Dickey rescued
US–Iran prisoner swap
Nigeria ferry capsize
Chile coup anniversary
Maria Ressa acquitted At least 1,900 people have died in eastern Libya after Storm Daniel caused severe flooding.
The worst-affected city is thought to be Derna, where authorities say two dams burst during heavy rainfall. International teams continue to search for survivors of Morocco's devastating earthquake, which has claimed almost 2,900 lives. The army and aid agencies have managed to reach some remote villages in the Atlas Mountains.
Survivors are helping to search for missing family members. A train carrying North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is now in Russia.
Kim is expected to hold talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
US diplomats said last week that Pyongyang is ready to supply ammunition to Russia, for use in Ukraine. American researcher Mark Dickey has been rescued from a cave in southern Turkey after a successful three-day operation.
He became trapped more than a 1,000 metres underground inside the Morca cave last Saturday, after falling ill. A prisoner swap deal between Iran and the US could see as many as five US-Iranian dual nationals released from prisons, in Iran next week.
The Americans are also expected to release some Iranians and unfreeze six billion dollars of Iranian funds being kept in South Korea. A ferry has capsized in Nigeria. 28 passengers, including children have drowned. More than 100 farmers and their families were being ferried to their fields on the other side of the Niger river when the boat sank. Chile is marking the 50th anniversary of the violent coup against the elected socialist president Salvador Allende that brought General Augusto Pinochet to power.
Hundreds attended a memorial at the presidential palace in the capital Santiago. A court in the Philippines has acquitted the Nobel peace prize-winning journalist Maria Ressa, of tax evasion. The verdict is being seen as a significant legal victory for the fierce critic of former President Rodrigo Duterte. Subscribe to our channel
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