Top 3 in the world: death of joy, the Turkish and German foreign ministers fight

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – New World Top 3 on Saturday, July 30, 2022, begins with the tragic story of an Egyptian student who died after receiving the announcement that he had passed the final exam.

The news that also got a lot of attention was about a Canadian who was sentenced to life in a US court for helping to broadcast the beheading of an ISIS hostage.

No less interesting is the news about the foreign ministers of Turkey and Germany who quarreled at a joint press conference due to differences of opinion.

Here are the most popular news stories on Tempo.co’s Dunia channel throughout Saturday:

Too happy to pass an exam, an Egyptian student dies of a heart attack

A student at Egypt died of a heart attack because he was so happy to know that he had passed the final exam. The man named Mubarak Hussein Sayed Abdel Jalil is a student in the Geology Department of the Faculty of Science at South Valley University in Qena.

According to family reports, the 22-year-old received the announcement envelope and was very happy after seeing the results proclaimed adopted.

Soon after, his left chest ached and he was rushed to hospital. Unfortunately, his life could not be saved.

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Help the Islamic State publicize the beheading of hostages, a Canadian citizen sentenced to life imprisonment

A US court has sentenced a Canadian born in Saudi Arabia to life in prison for aiding the extremist group Islamic State (Islamic State).

As reported Reuters, On Saturday July 30, 2022, Mohammed Khalifa pleaded guilty in December to helping ISIS publicize the beheadings of hostages, including American journalist James Foley.

The 39-year-old who grew up in Toronto left Canada in 2013 for Syria. He killed two Syrian soldiers before being captured by US-backed Kurdish forces in 2019,

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Turkish and German foreign ministers argue during press conference, this is what is controversial

Minister of Foreign Affairs Turkey and Germany discussed various issues at a joint press conference on Friday July 29, 2022 in Istanbul.

As reported Reuters, Turkey’s Mevlut Cavusoglu and Germany’s Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock clashed over the Ankara-Athens dispute, the sentencing of Turkish philanthropist Osman Kavala and Kurdish activists.

The press conference, which started an hour later than scheduled and lasted an hour, began with calm statements from the two ministers. However, the atmosphere became even more tense after the two criticized each other’s politics.

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