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  1. Sridevi, one of the most notable actresses of Bollywood, passed away in the wee hours of Sunday morning, Indian media reported, citing a massive heart attack as the cause of her death. The actress was 55 years old. She was in Dubai with her family, including husband Boney Kapoor and daughters Khushi and Janhavi, to attend a wedding. ?This is a developing story and will be updated as more information is available
  2. A Syrian man carries an infant injured in government bombing in the rebel-held town of Hamouria, in the besieged Eastern Ghouta region HAMMURIYEH, SYRIA: Heavy Syrian bombardment killed at least 77 civilians in rebel-held Eastern Ghouta on Monday, a monitor said, as regime forces appeared to prepare for an imminent ground assault. The escalation came as pro-government forces were also expected to enter the northern Kurdish-controlled enclave of Afrin, to take a stand against a month-old Turkish assault there. Held by rebels since 2012, Eastern Ghouta is the last opposition pocket around Damascus and President Bashar al-Assad has dispatched reinforcements there in an apparent concerted effort to retake it. As the United Nations decried the "senseless human suffering", a barrage of air strikes, rocket fire and artillery slammed into several towns across Eastern Ghouta on Monday. The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said at least 20 children were among 77 civilians killed in the assault, while around 300 other people were wounded. "The regime is bombing Eastern Ghouta to pave the way for a ground offensive," said Observatory head Rami Abdel Rahman. The main opposition National Coalition, which is based in Turkey, denounced the "war of extermination" in Eastern Ghouta as well as the "international silence". In a statement, it also accused regime ally Russia of seeking to "bury the political process" for a solution to the conflict. Residents of Hammuriyeh could be seen rushing indoors in panic as soon as they heard the sound of jets. Alaa al-Din, a 23-year-old Syrian in Hammuriyeh, said civilians were afraid of a potential government offensive. "Ghouta´s fate is unknown. We´ve got nothing but God´s mercy and hiding out in our basements," he told AFP. "There´s no alternative." Wailing children Shelling also hit the town of Douma, where an AFP correspondent saw five toddlers brought to a hospital, covered in dust and wailing uncontrollably. The hospital was full of distraught civilians: one father slapped his forehead after finding his two dead children, another erupted into tears as he discovered the body of his newborn on a purple sheet next to a pool of blood. Eastern Ghouta is held by two main factions, while militants control small pockets including one directly adjacent to the capital. The Observatory and Syrian daily newspaper Al-Watan had said negotiations were under way for the evacuation of militants from Eastern Ghouta. But escalating military pressure indicate that the regime would opt for a ground assault instead of talks, the monitor said. Government troops carried out a relentless five-day bombing campaign earlier this month that killed around 250 civilians in the enclave and wounded hundreds. Around the same time, the monitor said, the regime began dispatching military reinforcements to Eastern Ghouta. After days of relative calm, the government sent more than 260 rockets crashing into Eastern Ghouta on Sunday. The regime is keen to regain control of Eastern Ghouta to halt the deadly salvo of rockets and mortars that rebels fire on Damascus. The United Nations said Monday that the targeting of civilians in Eastern Ghouta "must stop now". "It´s imperative to end this senseless human suffering," Panos Moumtzis, the UN´s Regional Humanitarian Coordinator for the Syria Crisis said in a statement. About half a dozen rockets hit the capital Sunday night, AFP correspondents said. State news agency SANA reported that one person was killed. More than 20 civilians have been killed by rebel fire this month alone in regime-held Damascus. Regime to enter Afrin? All was quiet in the capital on Monday but since rumours of an imminent assault on Eastern Ghouta started spreading, people living close to the rebel enclave started packing their bags. Jawad al-Obros, 30, said he was looking to move to a hotel in the western sector of the city to escape his home in an east Damascus neighbourhood that has been regularly hit by rockets from Ghouta. "We´re tired of this situation. It seems that there´s no solution but a full-blown military one," he told AFP. More than 340,000 people have been killed since Syria´s conflict erupted in 2011 with protests against Assad´s government. It has since evolved into a war that has carved up the country into rival zones of influence among the regime, rebels, militants and Kurdish forces. The Kurdish People´s Protection Units (YPG) control the northwestern region of Afrin, target of a month-old assault by the Turkish army and allied Syrian rebels. Turkey sees the YPG as a "terror" group linked to the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), outlawed by Ankara, and wants to clear it from its southern border. The YPG has controlled Afrin since 2012, when Syrian troops withdrew from it and other Kurdish-majority areas. Syrian state media said Monday that pro-regime forces were preparing to enter the area to "join the resistance against the Turkish aggression".
  3. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/0ad8feba9fce034c92f6bcd2c1fa645b.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9Mi8xNy8yMDE4IDQ6NTA6NDkgQU0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT1TNmk5SkdzUjY2bFdWOUZpeXFtdldBPT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] LAHORE: Beloved actor Matloob-ur-Rehman, known for his portrayal of Zakoota Jin, passed away Friday night here in Mayo Hospital, Geo News reported. The 64-year-old legend, also known as Munna Lahori, rose to fame after appearing in hit children's TV series Ainak Wala Jin ? a household name in the 1990s ? and was known for his leitmotif "Mujhe kaam batao, mein kya karun, mein kisko khaon? (Assign me a task, what do I do, who should I eat?)." Rehman suffered from partial paralysis, as well as, according to some reports, diabetes, in his old age. In an interview with a local media outlet, the actor lamented how Pakistan forgets its artists, saying it was "a tragedy that artists in our country are not given due respect". ?I spent 40 years of my life spreading happiness among the people of my country. But now, in old age, I am living without electricity and gas,? Rehman had said. The Ainak Wala Jin star leaves behind a bereaved widow, three sons, and two daughters. His funeral is set to be held after Zuhr prayers today (Saturday).
  4. Rescue officials said that a transformer in the market blew up, after which a shop adjacent to it caught fire-Geo News FAISALABAD: A female customer and a shopkeeper were burnt to death after a number of shops caught fire in the city?s Tata Bazar, rescue sources said. Rescue officials said that a transformer in the market blew up, after which a shop adjacent to it caught fire. The fire then spread and quickly engulfed a number of shops. Fire breaks out at factory in Faisalabad Rescue workers said the roof of power loom factory collapsed due to the fire Over 10 fire tenders managed to extinguish the fire after 2.5 hours, rescue officials said. Locals added that a complaint regarding the ?faulty? transformer had been made with the Faisalabad Electric Supply Company (FESCO) but no action was taken. They blamed the power supply company for the incident and demanded action against those responsible.
  5. SWAT and police are seen in Coral Springs, Florida, US, February 14, 2018. Image obtained from social media/Twitter/@Grumpyhaus At least three people died and 50 were wounded when a gunman opened fire at a Florida high school on Wednesday, local media reported, with dozens of police and emergency officials surrounding the building while students fled. Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland ? about 72 kilometres (45 miles) north of Miami ? had been placed on a ?code red? lockdown but had no information on victims, a spokeswoman for the county sheriff?s office said. SWAT and police are seen in Coral Springs, Florida, US, February 14, 2018. Image obtained from social media/Twitter/@Grumpyhaus The sheriff?s office said on Twitter that the shooter was still at large. Florida?s WSVN-TV reported at least 20 people were injured. Live television showed dozens of students running and walking away from the school, weaving their way between large numbers of emergency vehicles including police cars, ambulances, and fire trucks. Image Courtesy: CNN/Screenshot Others, in the television images, were being led out of the school by heavily-armed police officers and an armoured vehicle filled with a SWAT team arriving at the scene. One injured victim was seen being placed into an ambulance on a stretcher. Local FOX-10 TV reported that five people were seen being treated by paramedics.
  6. Government College University Lahore/File photo LAHORE: A professor at Government College University (GCU) Lahore was shot dead Wednesday morning while resisting an armed robbery, police said. According to police, Professor Dr Akbar Cheema was travelling in his car when armed robbers intercepted him near Kalma Chowk to rob him of his valuables. When the professor resisted the robbery, they fatally shot him. The suspects, who were on a motorcycle, fled the scene after the shooting. Police transferred the deceased professor?s body to hospital for post-mortem and have launched an investigation into the incident. Dr Cheema was a professor at the GCU?s Botany Department.
  7. A bus and wagon collided due to over-speeding, according to reports GUJRANWALA: At least six people were killed and 20 others injured when a passenger bus and wagon collided in Wazirabad, Gujranwala on Tuesday, Geo News reported. According to rescue sources, the collision happened due to over-speeding around a bend. Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif has directed authorities to ensure best possible medical treatment for the injured.
  8. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/ede1ecc40fb90f788fba6addd8e33241.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9Mi8xMi8yMDE4IDc6MjU6NDkgQU0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT10YzU1Sy9IZGI0U2hjRkJGVmowK2hRPT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] HYDERABAD: At least eleven people were killed, including nine women and a child, in an accident on Tando Muhammad Khan road near Husri, officials informed Geo News on Monday. Hosri DSP Dost Mohammad Mangrio told Geo News that a dumper truck crushed a Suzuki van carrying members of a private company that distributes ration among rural areas of Sindh. The deceased and injured were shifted to Civil Hospital.
  9. Officers Eric Joering, 39, and Anthony Morelli, 54, of Westerville Division of Police (WPD) are seen in this undated photo in Westerville, Ohio, US, released February 10, 2018. City of Westerville/Handout via REUTERS Two Ohio police officers were shot to death on Saturday while responding to a domestic disturbance in the Columbus suburb of Westerville, and a suspect was wounded and is in custody, officials said. The two officers were immediately fired upon when they entered an apartment responding to a 911 call that had hung up, Westerville Police Chief Joe Morbitzer said at a news conference. ?These were two of the best we had. This was their calling and they did it right,? said Morbitzer, his voice halting and thick with emotion. Officer Eric Joering, 39, died at the scene, and Officer Anthony Morelli, 54, died from his wounds at a hospital. Morbitzer said they had been responding to a ?domestic situation.? The suspect was wounded and taken to a hospital, a city spokeswoman said. The suspect?s condition and identity have not been released. Columbus police are heading the investigation into the shooting, Morbitzer said. Excluding Saturday?s shootings in Ohio, 12 US law enforcement officers have been killed in the line of duty this year, nine in firearms-related incidents, according to the non-profit National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund. The Westerville shootings came a day after a Georgia police officer was shot and killed and two sheriff?s deputies were wounded by a gunman who was then killed. US President Donald Trump wrote on Twitter, ?My thoughts and prayers are with the two police officers, their families, and everybody at the @WestervillePD.?
  10. Rescuers walk beside a crashed bus in Hong Kong, China February 10, 2018. REUTERS HONG KONG: At least 18 people died in a high-speed bus crash in Hong Kong on Saturday in one of the city?s worst traffic disasters in recent years. Television footage showed the mangled remains of the bus as it lay toppled on the side of a major highway in the northern reaches of the city. Firefighters on the scene cut open the bus roof to free passengers still trapped inside. Some victims were laid out nearby beneath sheets by emergency workers. Police said at least 18 people, including 15 men, had been confirmed dead on the scene. Dozens more were hurt, some sitting hunched on the highway with blood streaming from their injuries. One elderly man interviewed on television said the driver had been going extremely fast at the time of the accident, even taking bends at high speed. An executive surnamed So, with The Kowloon Motor Bus Co that operated the bus, said HK$80,000 ($10,230) in financial assistance would be paid to the families of each victim. The company said it would also set up an investigation team to probe the cause of the crash.
  11. File photo BENGHAZI: Twin bomb blasts struck a mosque in Benghazi in eastern Libya on Friday, killing one person and wounding more than 62, the city's main hospital said. The explosions hit the mosque at the start of weekly prayers in Libya's second city, which lies 1,000 kilometres east of Tripoli, a security source told AFP. One bomb was hidden in a coffin in the courtyard of the mosque and another in a shoe cabinet at the entrance, the source added. At least one person was killed and 62 wounded, according to a spokeswoman for the city´s Al-Jala hospital, Fadia al-Barghathi. The blast follows twin car bombings on January 24 outside a mosque in Benghazi that left nearly 40 people dead. There was no claim of responsibility for that attack, which underscored the ongoing chaos in the Benghazi region which is controlled by the forces of military strongman Khalifa Haftar. Haftar, who opposes a UN-backed unity government based in Tripoli, announced Benghazi's "liberation" from militants in July last year after a three-year campaign, but sporadic violence has continued. Libya has been wracked by violence and divisions since dictator Moamer Kadhafi was toppled and killed in a 2011 NATO-backed uprising. On September 11, 2012, suspected militants linked to Al-Qaeda attacked the US consulate in Benghazi, killing ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans.
  12. Salman Khan recently tweeted how he found a girl and Twitter broke into a frenzy of celebrating the news. Until he clarified that he had found a girl for his next production, which is for his brother-in-law Ayush Sharma, called 'Loveratri'. Mujhe ladki mil gayi — Salman Khan (@BeingSalmanKhan) February 6, 2018 Nothing to worry na @aaysharma ki film #Loveratri ke liye ladki mil gayi Warina, Toh dont worry na be happy na pic.twitter.com/uetTpUKRdi — Salman Khan (@BeingSalmanKhan) February 6, 2018 Very quickly people started searching who is Warina Hussain because obviously she is gorgeous! My baby the prettiest ððð #warinahussain #warina #kabul #afghanistan #india #mumbai #follow #tag #f4f #india #iraq #model #video #videoshoot #shootlife #FOLLOW @warinahussain A post shared by Warina Hussain (@warinahussainfc) on Oct 28, 2016 at 9:19am PDT Happy faceððâï¸ï¸â¡ï¸ @warinahussain #warinahussain #warina #beauty #indian #afghan #iraqi #model #gorgeous #pari #wcw #womancrush #girlcrush #hazaleye #model #vogue #mumbai #wj #angeleyes #morning #goodday #happyday #smiling #eyes A post shared by Warina Hussain (@warinahussainfc) on Dec 17, 2016 at 8:01pm PST According to her Instagram profile, she has trained from the prestigious New York Film Academy. we have all gone beautifully mad , in a beautifully mad world ð - r.m drake A post shared by WARINA HUSSAIN (@warinahussain) on Oct 23, 2017 at 4:42am PDT â¨Nothing in this world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not: nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not : the world is full of educated derelicts. persistence and determination alone are omnipotent.⨠-Calvin Coolidge ...... the printout is still in my wallet ðI am glad You were my teacher Peter A post shared by WARINA HUSSAIN (@warinahussain) on Jul 1, 2017 at 4:49am PDT She looks like a sun flower in some of her pictures. Dewy and simply beautiful. Share your smile :) #feelingfestive #diwali A post shared by WARINA HUSSAIN (@warinahussain) on Oct 19, 2017 at 4:24am PDT If you are wondering where you have spotted her before, then it's the Cadbury advertisement. A post shared by WARINA HUSSAIN (@warinahussain) on Sep 5, 2017 at 3:07am PDT The first still from 'Loveratri' is already out now, and they do make a fresh pair indeed. Here. We. Go. So excited for this! #Loveratri ð ð @aaysharma A post shared by WARINA HUSSAIN (@warinahussain) on Feb 7, 2018 at 10:17pm PST Not much is known about Warina and her Instagram is also not populated with a lot of pictures, but looking at the amount of Instagram followers she is getting now and how she has been trending for a while, it will not be long before we get to see more of this gorgeous beauty.
  13. KARACHI: A foreign national was shot dead on Monday in the metropolis' Clifton locality by unknown assailants, informed local police authorities. According to the law enforcement authorities, the attackers managed to flee from the crime site near Zamzama Park and added that nine bullet cases of 9MM pistol were recovered. Police informed that a car bumped the vehicle of the foreigner from behind after which they shot at the car. Security forces confirmed that the foreigner died after suffering a gunshot wound to the head. A person sitting along with the foreigner ran from the car following the firing. The authorities suspect the case to be of targeted-killing. The identity of the deceased has not been disclosed yet.
  14. People walk along Red Square with St Basil Cathedral seen in the background during snowfall in central Moscow on February 3, 2018. Photo: AFP MOSCOW: At least one person died and several were injured after Moscow experienced its heaviest day of snowfall since records began, the city?s mayor and agencies said Sunday. Russia?s meteorological service said Moscow had seen more than half its average monthly snowfall in the space of 24 hours, with 17 inches blanketing the capital by Sunday morning, agencies reported. ?One person died from a falling tree that hit an electric power line,? Moscow mayor Sergei Sobyanin said on his VKontakte social media page, adding that 2,000 trees had already been brought down by the extreme weather. ?According to the latest information, five have been injured. Be careful. The forecast says the weather will get worse,? he later said via Twitter, warning of strong winds to come. Nearly 150 flights were delayed and dozens cancelled at the city?s airports. ?There will be a blizzard, poor visibility... heavy snowfall on the roads,? said meteorologist Evgueni Tichkovets, quoted by news agency Ria Novosti. Nearly 70,000 City Hall employees have been mobilised to clear snow off the roads and authorities have asked people to avoid driving. Earlier an official from Moscow?s meteorological office told Interfax news agency the equivalent of 14 millimetres of water had fallen in 12 hours on Saturday, topping a previous record from 1957.
  15. Emergency crews attend to the site of a train collision near Pine Ridge, Lexington County, South Carolina, US, February 4, 2018 in this image obtained from social media. ? REUTERS COLUMBIA: An Amtrak passenger train collided with a CSX freight train in South Carolina, US on Sunday, killing at least two people and injuring at least 70, the South Carolina Emergency Management Division (SCEMD) reported. The train with 139 passengers and eight crew members aboard was traveling between New York and Miami when it collided with the freight train and derailed, Amtrak said in a statement. ?Amtrak Train 91, operating between New York and Miami, came in contact with a CSX freight train at around 2:35 a.m. in Cayce, South Carolina,? Amtrak said in a statement on its website. ?The lead engine was derailed, as well as some passenger cars.? The train was part of Amtrak? Silver Star Service and was headed for Miami, local media reported. ?The injuries range from cuts and bruises to severe broken bones. All the injured have been transported to local hospitals,? said SCEMD public information officer Derrec Becker. The Lexington County Sheriff?s Department said on its website that a shelter for passengers was set up at a nearby middle school and that everyone was off the train and the Red Cross was assisting them. Amtrak and the Lexington County Sheriff?s officials were not available for immediate comment.
  16. Jamaat-e-Islami?s district leader Malik Tufail Ahmed was shot dead early Sunday morning in Ghoriwala area of Bannu. Photo: Geo News BANNU: Jamaat-e-Islami?s district leader Malik Tufail Ahmed was shot dead early Sunday morning in Ghoriwala area of Bannu by unidentified persons who opened fire on him, police said According to the police, unidentified men managed to flee the scene. Further investigation into the case is under way. On September 1, 2016, another JI leader Advocate Mirza Zafar Baig and his cousin were shot dead over a political row in Talwaara Mughalaan locality. Three unidentified armed motorcyclists had gunned down the Jamaat-i-Islami leader and his cousin. Reports said JI leader Mirza Zafar Baig, 47, who was also a senior lawyer, along with his cousins -- Mirza Imran Baig and Mirza Nauman Baig -- was returning home when three armed bikers showered bullets on his car. Consequently, Zafar Baig and his cousin Imran Baig died instantly while Nauman Baig suffered serious injuries.
  17. MARDAN: A stage actress, Sunbul, was killed in an armed attack on Saturday, confirmed police officials. Police officials said that up to three attackers entered the actress' residence in the city's Maltoon Town area and opened fire, fatally injuring the actress. The attackers managed to flee after the attack.
  18. GUJRANWALA: The body of a seven-year-old boy was found from Gujranwala's Kamoke town early Saturday morning, according to the police. Authorities speculated that the boy was raped and then murdered. The child was strangulated to death, the authorities added. Two domestic workers, employed at the victim's house, have been taken into custody and currently being investigated. Since the beginning of 2018, there has been a marked upsurge in the reporting of sexual abuse cases across Pakistan. The brutal rape and murder of Zainab Ansari in Kasur earlier this month, in particular, shocked the entire country, with #JusticeforZainab becoming the rallying cry in a nationwide drive to end violence against children.
  19. A screengrab from CCTV footage of incident in which attackers are seen fleeing the scene after shooting dead trustee of an imambargah in Mohalla Shaheen. DERA ISMAIL KHAN: Two people were shot dead by unknown armed men in separate incidents in Dera Ismail Khan on Friday, according to police. In the first incident, four assailants riding on two motorbikes gunned down trustee of an imambargah in Mohalla Shaheen in the city, police said. A passer-by was also injured during the episode. Geo News has also obtained CCTV footage of the incident, in which the attackers' faces can clearly be seen. In the second incident, a former union council (UC) naib nazim, Taimoor Baloch, was gunned down in Tank Adda area, according to police. The attackers managed to get away from the scene in both the incidents. Police said they are investigating the incidents.
  20. Rescue personnel descend a hill near the site where two French military helicopters belonging to an army flight training school crashed killing five people near the Lac de Carces in the southeastern Var region, France, February 2, 2018. REUTERS MARSEILLE: Two French military helicopters belonging to an army flight training school crashed in the southeastern Var region on Friday, causing deaths, the local prefecture said. A security source and an official from the local authority said five people were killed in the accident. There were no immediate details on what caused the crash.
  21. GENEVA: At least 90 people were feared dead on Friday in the latest migrant tragedy in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Libya, the UN migration agency said. "At least 90 migrants are reported to have drowned, when a boat capsized off the coast of Libya this morning", the International Organization for Migration said in a statement. It added that "10 bodies are reported to have washed up on Libyan shores", including two Libyan nationals and eight Pakistanis. Two survivors from the disaster had swum to shore, while another was rescued by a fishing boat, IOM further said. Earlier security officials in the western Libyan town of Zurawa said two Libyans and one Pakistani had been rescued from the boat. IOM has repeatedly issued warnings over the extreme dangers facing migrants who try to reach Europe via the so-called central Mediterranean route, which connects Libya to Italy. Survivors told aid workers that most of the migrants on board were Pakistanis, who form a growing group heading to Italy from North Africa, IOM spokeswoman Olivia Headon, speaking from Tunis, told a Geneva news briefing. Excluding Friday's tragedy, 218 migrants have already died on the central route in 2018, according to IOM figures. On the eastern Mediterranean route that connects Turkey and Greece, used by 1,089 so far this year, no fatalities have yet been recorded in 2018. Twenty-eight migrants have died in 2018 on the western route that links North Africa to Spain, IOM said.
  22. File Photo KARACHI: A minor boy whose body was found here near the city's National Stadium Road was killed of asphyxiation, initial investigation reports revealed Thursday night. Police added they suspect the minor boy was sexually abused before being killed. Teacher alleged of inappropriate touching detained On the other hand, in Okara, a teacher accused of inappropriately touching a verbally and aurally challenged girl was taken into police custody. Family of girl who was raped, killed protest in Quetta The bereaved family and relatives of a girl, 13, who was raped and killed in Mastung earlier protested in Quetta here Thursday night, demanding justice for the deceased. Man held for kidnapping daughter in Bahawalnagar A man and his accomplice were detained in Bahawalnagar Thursday night for kidnapping the former's minor daughter in Haroonabad, police said. Authorities believe the father of the girl, eight, planned to kill his daughter in order to frame his rivals and file a case against them.
  23. NASEERABAD: A teacher accidentally shot dead a student and injured four others on Thursday at a school in Jhal Magsi. According to the Levies sources, the teacher, Nadir Ali, was cleaning a pistol in the classroom of Government High School Kot Magsi when he accidentally pulled the trigger. Subsequently, grade one student Rashid Ali died on the spot, while three other students and a teacher were left injured. The injured were shifted to Larkana for treatment, while Nadir managed to escape the site. However, the deceased student?s family members shot dead the accused?s brother Muzaffar Ali.
  24. US actor Mark Salling arrives at the Entertainment Tonight Emmy Party in Los Angeles, California, US, September 19, 2011. REUTERS/Jason Redmond/Files LOS ANGELES: US actor Mark Salling ? known for his role in the hit musical TV series Glee ? died Tuesday, weeks before being sentenced for possession of child pornography, his lawyer said. He was 35. News outlet TMZ, citing law enforcement, said Salling had committed suicide by hanging. "I can confirm that Mark Salling passed away early this morning," his lawyer Michael Proctor said in a statement. "Mark was a gentle and loving person, a person of great creativity, who was doing his best to atone for some serious mistakes and errors of judgment." Salling was facing sentencing on March 7 after pleading guilty to possession of child pornography under an agreement with prosecutors. He had been arrested in late 2015 and charged in 2016. Authorities reportedly found more than 50,000 pornographic images and videos of children, mainly girls, on his laptop and an external drive. On Glee, Salling played Noah Puckerman, an angry football player outside his comfort zone when he joins the high school glee club. According to TMZ, he had previously attempted suicide in August. Another actor on the hit series, Canadian Cory Monteith, died in July 2013 of an overdose of drugs and alcohol. "The Salling family appreciates the support they have been receiving and asks for their privacy to be respected," Proctor said.
  25. Smoke billows from a hilltop during clashes between fighters from Yemen's southern separatist movement and forces loyal to the Saudi-backed president in the country's second city of Aden on January 28, 2018. Photo: AFP ADEN: At least 36 people have been killed and 185 wounded in two days of heavy fighting between separatists and government troops in Yemen's interim capital of Aden, the Red Cross said. Heavy fighting intensified at night after the two sides used tank and artillery on the second day of an attempted "coup" in the southern port city, military sources said. The Saudi-led military coalition which supports the government called Tuesday for an immediate ceasefire and an end to "all forms of armed conflict", in a statement cited by Saudi state news agency SPA. It said it would take "all necessary measures to restore security and stability" after earlier calls for restraint went unheeded. The flare-up has added yet another dimension to one of the world's most complicated conflicts, a civil war that has left thousands dead and millions on the brink of starvation. The head of the International Committee for the Red Cross mission in Yemen, Carlos Batallas, said on Twitter on Monday that the clashes in Aden had killed 36 people and wounded 185. The ICRC did not provide figures on civilian casualties. Residents were hunkered down at home as five separatist fighters were killed by snipers and four soldiers died in clashes, military sources said, with tanks and heavy artillery entering the fray. The clashes came after separatist forces seized government buildings in what Yemen's prime minister called an attempted coup. At night, pro-separatist security forces advanced in some areas and were just one kilometre (mile) away from the presidential palace in Aden, security and military sources told AFP. They also seized two military camps near Aden international airport which remained closed for the second day, the sources said. Aden has served as the headquarters of Saudi-backed President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi´s government since it was forced out of the capital Sanaa by Huthi rebels three years ago. The separatists -- who want the return of the independent South Yemen that existed before 1990 -- supported Hadi´s forces against the Shiite rebels, but tensions between them have risen in recent months. 'Shooting' all night Fighters from both sides have been deployed in most areas of Aden, paralysed for the second day after 15 people were killed and dozens wounded on Sunday. Universities, schools and shops stayed closed, an AFP photographer said. The hostilities erupted early Sunday when pro-government troops prevented supporters of the separatist Southern Transitional Council from entering Aden for a rally. Separatists have dispatched additional forces from the central province of Marib and the southern province of Abyan, security sources said. The forces from Abyan marched on Aden after clashes with loyalists on the way. After the separatists seized the government headquarters on Sunday, Prime Minister Ahmed bin Dagher denounced a "coup... in Aden against legitimacy and the country's unity". He urged the Saudi-led coalition to intervene in its defence. The coalition launched air strikes against the Huthi rebels in March 2015 and sent troops to support Hadi´s forces, fearing that Tehran would gain a foothold in the country on Saudi Arabia´s southern border. On Sunday, security sources said pro-separatist units trained and supported by the UAE had taken over the government headquarters after clashes. The International Committee of the Red Cross said fighting continued overnight. "All night shooting in Aden #Yemen, including heavy weapons," Alexandre Faite, the head of the ICRC delegation in the country based in Sanaa, said on Twitter. "Those in the southern part of the city, including (ICRC staff) still unable to get out." UN envoy to Yemen Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed urged all parties to return to "calm and dialogue". The negotiator is to step down in April after three years overseeing UN-brokered negotiations between the government and rebels, none of which have stemmed the violence. More than 9,200 people have been killed in Yemen since the Saudi-led coalition intervened. The separatists joined forces with Hadi´s government to oust the rebels from southern provinces in 2015, but tensions have soared since a secessionist governor´s sacking last year. 'Outlaws' Three civilians were among the 15 people killed on Sunday, hospital sources said, after separatist protesters were prevented from entering Aden for an anti-government rally. The separatists accused the premier of ordering his troops to open fire on the protesters. Sunday´s rally was called by the Southern Transitional Council, an autonomous body not recognised by the government and aimed at overseeing self-governance in southern provinces. Former Aden governor Aidarous al-Zoubeidi formed the council in May last year after Hadi fired him. The council had asked Hadi to make changes in the government, accusing it of corruption and mismanagement, and gave him a week to do so -- a deadline that expired on Sunday. It had warned that if Hadi did not accept the demand, its supporters would begin a protest campaign to oust Dagher's government. South Yemen was independent -- with former British colony Aden as its capital -- from its formation in 1967 until 1990, when it was unified with North Yemen.