Terrorism

27 May 19
colin cookman

Sign up to receive this update by email. Topline On Sunday, the Pakistani military accused two national assembly lawmakers and Pashtun Tahaffuz Movement leaders of attacking a checkpost in North Waziristan, wounding five soldiers; the military acknowledged that three activists were killed and ten injured in what it said was an exchange of fire, but […]

27 May 19
MaCPPTomShort

Performed comedy was said to start in 425 b.c. when Aristophanes wrote 40 comedic plays for ancient greek theatre. performed comedy continued on in this format through these times through to the victorian era, notable examples being the comedic works of shakespeare. The major change came in 1895 with the advent of silent films and […]

27 May 19
Pakistan News Shows, Debates and Discussion

ISLAMABAD: Unveiling the treacherous mindset of Mohsin Dawar, Federal Minister for Communication and Postal Services Murad Saeed claimed that leader of Pashtun Tahafuz Movement (PTM) used to give statements in favor of US drone strikes in North Waziristan.  Speaking on the floor of National Assembly on Monday, the minister shed light on yesterday’s attack on a check post […]

27 May 19
Festival Flyer

[ad_1] The Super Furry Animals singer closed the Jagerhaus live bill on Saturday May 25 ‘Thus Spoke Zarathustra’ strikes up, but not the bombastic orchestral Space Odyssey version. This version sounds like it’s been recorded on just a cardboard box and toy trumpet. It’s the perfect intro music for Gruff Rhys, solo Super Furry Animal and purveyor […]

27 May 19
Boston Herald
By SAMUEL PETREQUIN PARIS (AP) — French police have arrested three suspects following a blast in the city of Lyon that wounded 13 people last week, authorities said on Monday. Interior Minister Christophe Castaner announced the first arrest on Twitter, a development later confirmed by Paris prosecutors, who handle all terrorism-related cases. The prosecutors’ office later said two other suspects, including a woman, were detained and formally arrested. Lyon mayor Gerard Collomb, a former interior minister, said one of the suspects is an IT student who was arrested as he stepped off a bus. “It’s a relief for all Lyon inhabitants. I believe the case has been resolved,” Collomb told BFM TV. “If there was a network, it has been identified and will certainly be dismantled.” Police had launched a large manhunt after a device exploded Friday on a busy pedestrian street in the central city. Regional authorities said the 13 wounded suffered mostly minor injuries. President Emmanuel Macron called the explosion an “attack” but no group has claimed responsibility for the explosion yet. An investigation has been opened for “attempted murder in relation with a terrorist undertaking” and “criminal terrorist association.” Last week, France’s counter-terrorism prosecutor, Remy Heitz, described video surveillance that showed a suspect heading toward the center of Lyon on a bike Friday afternoon. The man was seen arriving on foot, pushing his bike along a pedestrian-only street, then leaving a paper bag on a concrete block in the middle of the street near a bakery. The suspect immediately returned to his bike and left by the same path. One minute later, the explosion shattered the glass of a refrigerator in the bakery, Heitz said. It was unclear whether the suspect arrested Monday was the same person, although Collomb said the detained student was identified thanks to video surveillance. Investigators at the scene have found screws, ball bearings, batteries, a triggering device that can be used remotely and plastic pieces that may come from the explosive device. France has been hit by a spate of attacks in recent years, some of them deadly, carried out by people ranging from extremist attackers to mentally unstable individuals.
27 May 19
A Tryst with Agony

The Election Commission of India (ECI) is already done and dusted with the biggest festival of the world’s largest democracy. Conducting elections in a densely populated country of over 130 crore which has continuously been fighting terrorism and naxalism, is way more complex than it may sound. It would be unfair to expect everything to […]

27 May 19
Uprootedpalestinians's Blog

By Staff, Agencies China’s increasing military presence in Africa is disturbing Washington, with Pentagon officials airing concerns that Asia’s biggest economy is gaining the upper hand in winning regional allies. “They [China] have upped their game, in plain language, and ultimately they are offering things that our partners want, that our partners need,” an official […]

27 May 19
1st for Credible News

A suspect has been arrested for the blast in the city of Lyon last week that wounded 13 people. Interior Minister Christophe Castaner disclosed the news Monday on Twitter. Paris prosecutors, who handle all terrorism-related cases, later revealed a 24-year-old was arrested in Lyon. He has since been placed in custody. Police quickly launched a […]

27 May 19
Pakistan News Shows, Debates and Discussion

KARACHI: Former senator Ahmed Ali deposited Rs 20,00,000 as surety in an anti-terrorism court (ATC) hearing the Khidmat-e-Khalq Foundation (KKF) money laundering case, ARY News reported on Monday. The court had granted permission to former senator Ahmed Ali for travelling abroad for 45 days for medical treatment in the previous hearing. The court had also […]

27 May 19
Russia News Now

You want to know what’s wrong with the USA? Here it is, exactly – out of 512 members of the US Congress, “nearly 400” of them have signed a letter proving that they are the vilest scum; idiots, liars, the basest hypocrites and bloodthirsty warmongers. Every name on this letter is the name of a talking […]

27 May 19
Global News

French police have arrested a 24-year old man suspected of being behind last week’s bomb blast in the central city of Lyon that injured 13 people.

27 May 19
Fort Russ

You want to know what’s wrong with the USA? Here it is, exactly – out of 512 members of the US Congress, “nearly 400” of them have signed a letter proving that they are the vilest scum; idiots, liars, the basest hypocrites and bloodthirsty warmongers. Every name on this letter is the name of a talking […]

27 May 19

GENEVA (May 2019) — Spain violated the human rights of an individual who suffered torture and incommunicado detention, the UN Human Rights Committee found in a decision issued today in Geneva. Urging Spain to ensure the complainant received justice and reparation, the Committee also called on Spain to end incommunicado detention because it creates a […]

27 May 19
DocMode - From Learning to Practice

In the 1980s, the problem of counterfeit drugs came to the fore when an increasing number of WHO(World Health Organisation) member states pointed towards the emergence of fake medicines in local markets. About 75 percent of counterfeit drugs supplied in the world have some origins in India and Asia is purported to be the region […]