Xinhua world news summary at 0030 GMT, Oct. 11

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WASHINGTON -- Three men have been arrested in connection with an early Sunday morning shootout at a bar in St. Paul, Minnesota, that left one woman dead and 14 people injured.

"Three men have been arrested in connection to this morning's shootings and the tragic death of a woman in her 20s. The suspects are currently in the hospital being treated for injuries," tweeted St. Paul Police Chief Todd Axtell, updating the homicide investigation. (US-Minnesota-Mass shooting)

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ATHENS -- Greece was swept by a wet front this weekend which has caused significant damage in the island of Evia, which had suffered destructive wildfires in the summer, Greek national news agency AMNA reported on Sunday.

About 100 people were evacuated from various villages across the northeastern part of the island, as dozens of residencies and businesses flooded amidst torrential rains, mayor of Mantoudi George Tsapourniotis told Greek national broadcaster ERT. (Greece-weather)

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LUSAKA -- The relaunch of the COVID-19 vaccination campaign program in Zambia confirms that misinformation is still a big problem for people to accept the vaccines.

On Thursday, President Hakainde Hichilema relaunched the vaccination campaign in a bid to encourage more people to get vaccinated.

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MOSCOW -- A total of 64 people were poisoned by surrogate alcohol in Russia's Orenburg region earlier this week and 32 of them died, TASS news agency reported Sunday.

Of the victims 25 have been hospitalized and seven others are receiving outpatient treatment.

Methanol was found in the blood of the poisoned and in some cases its concentration was three to five times higher than the lethal dose. (Russia-Fake Alcohol) Enditem

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