Tens of thousands of mourners lined the route of Queen Elizabeth II's funeral cortege on Sunday as it left the Scottish retreat where she died, to bid farewell to their longest serving monarch. The hearse carrying the 96-year-old's oak coffin, draped in the Royal Standard of Scotland, was driven from the Balmoral estate through Aberdeen and Dundee to the capital Edinburgh, where the streets were packed with well-wishers.
Turkey has declared seven days of national mourning after earthquakes jolted southern provinces of the country. At least 1,541 people were killed and 9733 others were injured when two earthquakes hit southern provinces of Turkey on Monday, Anadolu Agency reported citing Turkish Vice President Fuat Oktay. According to AFAD, there is no tsunami threat to the Eastern Mediterranean coasts in Turkey.
North Korea stole more cryptocurrency assets in 2022 than in any other year, news agency Reuters reported quoting a United Nations report. The document which is currently confidential also said that North Korea targeted networks of foreign aerospace and defense companies, Reuters reported. North Korea has denied allegations of hacking or other cyberattacks. The report also said that South Korea estimated that North Korean-linked hackers stole virtual assets worth $630 million in 2022.