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Today’s Top 3 News: 11 Countries with Most Online Gambling Players in the World, Including Canada

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Today’s Top 3 News: 11 Countries with Most Online Gambling Players in the World, Including Canada

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – Tempo English compiled the top three news on Tuesday, June 18, 2024. Here are the highlights: 11 Countries with Most Online Gambling Players in the World, Including Canada, Online Donations for Eid al-Adha Sacrifices Amount to Rp35.3 Billion This Year, and Netanyahu Disbands War Cabinet as Pressure Grows on Israel’s Northern Border.

The following is the list of the top 3 news on Tempo English today: 

1. 11 Countries with Most Online Gambling Players in the World, Including Canada

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – Online gambling has grown rapidly over the years all over the world. Despite being banned in some countries, like Indonesia, there is no denying the international popularity of online gambling.

Some of the countries with the largest number of online gambling players have large populations and are equipped with extensive internet access. The following is a list of countries with the biggest current number of citizens involved in online gambling activities.

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2. Online Donations for Eid al-Adha Sacrifices Amount to Rp35.3 Billion This Year

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – Dompet Dhuafa recorded online donations for Eid al-Adha this year amounting to Rp35.3 billion, a 13.7 percent increase compared to last year.

Dompet Dhuafa Corporate Communications Manager Taufan Yusuf Nugroho said the number of people who participated in online qurban through Dompet Dhuafa showed positive growth compared to last year. “The trend is still showing positive growth,” said Taufan when contacted by Tempo on Tuesday, June 18, 2024.

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3. Netanyahu Disbands War Cabinet as Pressure Grows on Israel’s Northern Border

TEMPO.CO, Jerusalem – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has dissolved the six-member war cabinet, an Israeli official said on Monday, June 17, in a widely expected move following the departure from the government of centrist former general Benny Gantz.

Netanyahu is now expected to hold consultations about the Gaza war with a small group of ministers, including Defence Minister Yoav Gallant and Strategic Affairs Minister Ron Dermer who had been in the war cabinet.

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