Hard Numbers: Miami condo collapse felt ‘round the world, shots fired at Colombia’s president, US strikes Iranian proxies, India moves troops to Chinese border

People mourn at the memorial site created by neighbors in front of the partially collapsed building where the rescue personnel continue their search for victims, in Surfside near Miami Beach, Florida.

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12: The deadly collapse of a high-rise beachfront condominium in Miami has rocked the US city, and reverberated around the world. Among the dead and missing are people with ties to countries including Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, Israel, Paraguay, and the Philippines. The US has already expedited visas for family members of the victims from at least 12 countries.


800,000: Ok guys, who tried to kill the Colombian president? Bogotá is offering a reward of $800,000 for any information about who shot at Iván Duque's helicopter as it flew near the Venezuelan border last Friday.

3: Even while negotiating a new Iran nuclear deal, Washington is still keeping up the pressure on Tehran. The US on Sunday carried out airstrikes on three bases run by the Iran-backed Popular Mobilization Forces in Syria and Iraq. At least four PMF fighters were killed.

50,000: In a historic move, India has recently shifted some 50,000 troops to the Chinese border. For decades, Delhi's main security focus was Pakistan, but Indo-Chinese border clashes have intensified over the past few years as the two behemoths vie for supremacy in Asia.
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