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  1. File BAUCHI, Nigeria: Unidentified attackers killed more than 30 cattle herders in the northeastern Nigerian state of Adamawa, a police spokesman said on Tuesday. The attack, in the Numan area of Adamawa, began on Sunday night and fighting continued into Monday morning, said Othman Abubakar, a police spokesman for the state, adding that an investigation was underway. He gave no further details. Earlier on Tuesday, a suicide bomber killed 50 worshippers during morning prayers in a mosque in the town of Mubi in northeastern Nigeria, police said, in one of the deadliest attacks in the region in years.
  2. TURBAT: As many as two insurgents were killed in a search operation at Turbat on Tuesday, informed security officials. A security official was also martyred in the operation. According to the sources, the Frontier Corps conducted a search operation on the information of presence of insurgents in the area. On their arrival at the site, the insurgents opened fire on the forces. In retaliatory fire, two militants were killed while an FC official embraced martyrdom. Three security personnel were also injured during the operation. On the suspicion of presence of insurgents, the security personnel are conducting search operations in the adjoining areas. Terrorist involved in murder of Turbat victims killed: ISPR ISPR said Younas Taukali, a top BLF commander, was involved in killing of 15 Punjab-based mein in Turbat, Balochistan Meanwhile, the army informed on November 17 that a terrorist involved in murdering 15 people in Turbat had been killed during an intelligence-based operation. Fifteen bullet-riddled bodies were recovered from the Buleda area of Kech district in Turbat, Balochistan last week. The victims hailed from various areas of Punjab. According to the Inter Services Public Relations, FC Balochistan conducted an operation near Alandur, Abdul Rehman village, Turbat. "As soon the troops cordoned the area, the terrorists opened fire. During the exchange of fire, terrorist Younas Taukali was killed," the ISPR said in its statement. The army has identified Taukali as one of the top eight commanders of the banned outfit Balochistan Liberation Front. Moreover, the army said Taukali was involved in laying IEDs for ambushing FC convoys and killing many civilians including, Rehmatullah Shohaz (founding member of Balochistan National Movement who later surrendered), Ghulam Jan (Lala Nazir's cousin), Akram Hayathuk, Habibullah Taher and Saddam
  3. File RABAT: Fifteen people were killed and five more injured when a stampede broke out in the southwestern Moroccan town of Sidi Boulaalam on Sunday as food aid was being distributed in a market, the Interior Ministry said. King Mohammed ordered that the victims? families be given any assistance they needed, the ministry said in a statement, adding that a criminal investigation had been opened. No more details were immediately available. Last month, the king dismissed the ministers of education, planning and housing, and health after an economic agency found ?imbalances? in implementing a development plan to fight poverty in the northerly Rif region. The Rif saw numerous protests after a fishmonger was accidentally crushed to death in a garbage truck in October 2016 after a confrontation with police, and he became a symbol of the effects of corruption and official abuse. In July, the king pardoned dozens of people arrested in the protests and accused local officials of stoking public anger by being too slow to implement development projects.
  4. Syrians view the scene of destruction following reported shelling by Syrian government forces in the rebel-held town of Douma, eastern Ghouta region, Syria, November 17, 2017. AFP/Hamza Al-Ajweh DOUMA: Shelling by the Syrian regime on the rebel-held area of Eastern Ghouta near Damascus Friday killed at least 19 civilians, among them six children, a monitor said. The deaths came amid an escalating cycle of tit-for-tat attacks between regime forces and rebels holding the enclave on the Syrian capital's eastern outskirts. Rebel shelling on Friday killed three civilians. According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, 52 civilians have been killed since Tuesday, most of them in Eastern Ghouta, which has been besieged since 2013 and where humanitarian conditions are dire. Thirteen people ? including five children and three emergency workers ? were killed in regime shelling and air strikes in Douma, the Eastern Ghouta area's main town, Observatory chief Rami Abdel Rahman told AFP. Elsewhere in Eastern Ghouta, another six people were killed in regime air strikes, the monitor said. On Tuesday, the Ahrar al-Sham group ? that has positions in Harasta ? attacked a regime military base in the area, which is supposed to be a "de-escalation zone" under a deal between Russia, Iran, and Turkey to ease the level of violence. The fighting on that front has left at least 37 dead on the regime side, according to the Observatory, a toll the regime has not confirmed. Abdel Rahman said "dozens" of rebels were also killed. In a hospital in Douma, doctors and nurses were treating a continuous flow of the wounded as the sounds of crying children echoed through the facility, an AFP correspondent said. An elderly man with greying hair sought to calm a little girl in tears, her clothes covered in blood, while the bodies of three children killed in the strikes lay inert on a metal table. Two other injured children sat on a bench, silent, their eyes wide, apparently still in shock. One had a bandaged foot. Another wounded person had a bandage wrapped around his head, but blood had soaked through it. On a white hospital bed, Abu Hisham's face contorted in pain as he called out to his wife and children, who had been killed. "Iman, where are the children?" he cried. In retaliation for the latest deadly Ghouta shelling, rebels fired rockets into Damascus on Friday, killing three civilians, the same source said. Six were killed the previous day, including Syria's national karate coach Fadel Radi, who died of his wounds after being hit by shrapnel as he left his Damascus sports club, the state-run SANA news agency reported. More than 330,000 people are estimated to have been killed in the Syrian war, which began in 2011 as the regime brutally crushed anti-government protests. Millions have been displaced.
  5. Indonesian security forces carry the body of a police officer who was shot and killed near Freeport-McMoRan Inc's giant Grasberg copper mine, during his funeral in Timika, Papua province Indonesia November 15, 2017. Photo: REUTERS JAKARTA: An Indonesian police officer was killed and a second wounded on Wednesday, after both were shot in the back in an area near Freeport-McMoRan Inc?s giant Grasberg copper mine in the eastern province of Papua, police said. The officers were patrolling an area close to where a Freeport vehicle was targeted in a shooting on Tuesday, Papua police spokesman Suryadi Diaz said in a statement. A helicopter flew the men to a hospital in the nearby lowland city of Timika. The main access road to Grasberg remained closed, Freeport Indonesia spokesman Riza Pratama said, referring to a 79-mile (127-km) stretch from Timika to the mining town of Tembagapura that runs near a river rich with gold tailings from the mine upstream. A string of at least 15 separate shooting incidents in the area since mid-August that wounded at least 12 people and killed two police officers has been blamed by police on an ?armed criminal group?, but linked to separatist rebels by others. In a statement, the separatist West Papua National Liberation Army (TPN-OPM), a group linked to the Free Papua Movement, claimed responsibility for Wednesday?s incident. The group has said it is at war with police, military and Freeport. EMERGENCY MEASURES For decades, there have been sporadic attacks along the road where the shootings took place, but authorities? efforts to catch the perpetrators have been hampered by thick surrounding jungle. ?The Indonesian Military (TNI) and police have urged the Armed Separatist Movement in Papua to surrender, but until now no one has turned themselves in,? Indonesian military chief Gatot Nurmantyo said in a statement. ?Armed separatists cannot be left alone,? he said, adding that reining in such activities was the domain of the military, which was preparing ?emergency measures? in case persuasive approaches by the police and military failed. Papua has had a long-running, and sometimes violent, separatist movement since the province was incorporated into Indonesia after a widely criticised 1969 UN-backed referendum. Foreign journalists have in the past required special permission to report in Papua, and once there, have had security forces restrict their movement and work. President Joko Widodo has pledged to make the region more accessible to foreign media by inviting reporters on government-sponsored trips, although coverage remains difficult.
  6. QUETTA: A senior police official, SP Mohammad Illyas, and his son were killed when unknown gunmen opened fire on their vehicle here on Tuesday evening. According to reports, the incident took place in the Nawa Kali area and the DSP?s wife was also injured in the attack. She has been shifted to a hospital for treatment. Last week, a senior police officer was among three officials martyred in a suicide attack on Quetta's airport road. Around eight others, including police officials, were said to be injured in the attack on the vehicle of the senior police officer. DIG Hamid Shakeel, who was heading the motor transport and telecommunications department, and two other police officials were martyred when the DIG's convoy was targetted in a bomb attack. Police frequent target in Quetta Police are often targetted by terrorist attacks in Balochistan. In an earlier attack, eight policemen were martyred after unidentified attackers rammed an explosives-laden vehicle into their truck. Over 20 others were wounded in the bombing, according to hospital authorities. In August this year, a massive suicide explosion, targeting Pakistan Army personnel in Quetta, left 15 people dead ? including seven civilians ? and injured at least 20 people. The blast, which reportedly took place in a vehicle, occurred at the Pishin bus stop, causing cars in the surroundings to catch fire soon after. In June this year, fourteen people, including seven policemen, were killed and 21 injured in a suicide car bombing near the office of the inspector general of police Balochistan on Gulistan Road. This is a developing story and will be updated as details are made available.
  7. TIMIKA: An Indonesian police officer was killed and a second wounded after being shot in an area near Freeport-McMoRan Inc?s giant Grasberg copper mine in the eastern province of Papua, a police spokesman said. The officers were shot near Tembagapura early on Wednesday, Papua police spokesman Suryadi Diaz said. There has been a string of shooting incidents since mid-August that have wounded at least eight people and killed two police officers. They have been blamed by police on an ?armed criminal group? but linked to separatist rebels by others.
  8. The school in Rancho Tehama in northern California (Image: Google) CALIFORNIA: Three people were killed in a shooting at an elementary school in Northern California on Tuesday and the shooter was killed by law enforcement, Sacramento television station KCRA reported. A number of students were airlifted as a result of the shooting at Rancho Tehama School near the community of Corning, the station reported, citing a sheriff?s official. Witnesses near the school said they heard up to 100 shots being fired after a truck drove through the school's gate, according to The Mirror. Police said the shooting spree began at a home before moving on to a school, where there were "multiple" victims. A six-year-old girl was reportedly among the injured. Police said the shooting spree began at a home before moving on to a school, where there were "multiple" victims. A six-year-old girl was reportedly among the injured. At least five crime scenes were being analysed by detectives. Before the suspect was located, police had urged local residents to stay in their homes. The school was locked down until it was cleared by police. This is a developing story. We will bring you more updates as information is received.
  9. Image: Google Maps LUBUMBASHI: Up to 33 people were feared dead Sunday in the Democratic Republic of Congo after a freight train carrying fuel plunged into a ravine. The UN's radio Okapi spoke of 33 fatalities with others injured or burned in the accident that occurred in the sprawling mineral-rich province of Katanga, which is the size of Spain. "Up until now, the toll is eight dead and several injured. The toll could be significantly higher," Jean-Marie Tshizainga ? the minister of mines of Lualaba province ? told AFP. The train ? in which the victims were travelling illegally ? was running between the country's second city Lubumbashi to Luena in Katanga. The train was transporting 13 oil tankers and derailed while climbing a slope near the station of Lubudi. It fell into a ravine and the tankers caught fire, Radio Okapi said. "It's a freight train that derailed and it wasn't supposed to be carrying passengers. If there were people on board, we consider them to be illegal travellers," Sylvestre Ilunga Ilukamba ? a senior official from the national railway company ? said. Katanga has witnessed several deadly train accidents. In 2014, a freight train derailed killing 74 people and injured 163, according to officials but the Red Cross said up to 200 corpses had been buried. The national news agency a month later spoke of 136 deaths. Another train accident in July 1987 near the Zambian border killed 150 people after crashing into a truck.
  10. Muhammad Ilyas - Photo ISPR A Pakistani sepoy Muhammad Ilyas was martyred during an exchange of fire with terrorists in Khyber Agency. According to an Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) press release, terrorists opened fire at multiple places at the newly established Pakistani posts in Rajgal Valley, exploiting the absence of any control in Afghan border areas. The ISPR added that the Pakistan Army responded effectively and there were reports of five terrorists killed and four injured.
  11. The funeral prayers of a Pakistani diplomatic staffer in Afghanistan, Rana Nayyar, were held in the federal capital on Tuesday. Photo: Geo News ISLAMABAD: The funeral prayers of a Pakistani diplomatic staffer in Afghanistan, Rana Nayyar, were held in the federal capital on Tuesday. The funeral prayers were attended by Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif. Nayyar's body was handed over to the Pakistani authorities at the Torkham border Tuesday morning, from where it arrived in Peshawar and was sent to Islamabad. Pakistani diplomatic staffer shot dead in Afghanistan's Jalalabad Unknown assailants shot Rana Naiyyer outside his residence in Jalalabad, Afghanistan, family sources say He was shot dead outside his residence in Jalalabad, Afghanistan by unidentified persons a day earlier, family sources told Geo News. The Pakistani Foreign Office condemned the killing of the staffer in the eastern city of the war-ravaged country and demanded increased security from Afghan authorities for its diplomatic staff and missions in the country. Nangarhar governor spokesperson Attaullah Khogyani confirmed the d
  12. The funeral motorcade of the five Argentine citizens ? who were killed in the truck attack in New York on October 31 ? passes by as mounted policemen salute in Buenos Aires, Argentina, November 6, 2017. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci BUENOS AIRES: The bodies of five Argentine men killed in a truck attack in New York City last week arrived at their hometown of Rosario on Monday. A police escort accompanied the bodies of the men as they were transported from Buenos Aires Ezeiza International Airport in a motorcade to Rosario ? Argentina?s third-largest city. Other officers on horseback saluted as the cars carrying the victims passed through the streets of Buenos Aires early in the morning. The motorcade reached a funeral home in Rosario several hours later. The victims are Hernán Ferruchi, Diego Enrique Angelini, Hernán Diego Mendoza, and Ariel Erlij, all 48, and Alejandro Damián Pagnucco, 49. The five ? who were businessmen or architects ? were among eight people killed on Tuesday in the truck attack as they rode bicycles on a pedestrian path in Lower Manhattan along the Hudson River. The Argentines were part of a group of 10 friends who had travelled to New York to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their high school graduation. Uzbek immigrant Sayfullo Saipov, 29, was charged in a federal court on Wednesday with driving the truck down the bike trail, crushing pedestrians and cyclists, in support of Daesh. Argentine President Mauricio Macri and first lady Juliana Awada joined New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio at the site of the attack on Monday, where they laid flowers and paid tribute to the victims. ?Terrorism does not distinguish or limit countries, nor nationalities,? Macri said. ?Argentines confirm that we want to be part of this battle, that we all have to give in this world to coexist in peace and with love.? Macri is in New York for a previously planned trip to meet with investors and business executives. De Blasio said the five Argentines? visit to New York was an affirmation about all that is good about life. ?We live 5,000 miles apart, but we feel a tremendous sense of unity and a deep connection right now,? De Blasio said. Rosario mourned for three days after the deadly attack. The victims? high school ? where administrators said lifelong friendships are common among students ? is counselling students and observing a weeklong mourning period. ?Friendship moves the world,? said 65-year-old Rosario resident Adriana Sorzoli, ?and I am very sad.?
  13. A view of thick smog on a road in Faisalabad. Photo: APP/File LAHORE: One person was killed while over 15 were injured, including students en route to school, in accidents as commuters are having harrowing times manoeuvring their vehicles on smog-hit roads in different parts of Punjab. In Pindi Bhattian tehsil of Hafizabad district, a speeding car plunged into a drain. Subsequently, one person was killed while another was injured. On Kala Bagh Road in Mianwali, a school van and truck collided due to low visibility, according to rescue sources. The accident left many schoolchildren injured. Seven dead, over 45 injured in smog-related incidents over two days Smog has caused disruptions in flights, road traffic and led to tripping of power plants leading to increased electricity load-shedding in the country A van hit a tree in Muslim Kot, Bhakkar, leaving three injured, rescue sources said. The same number of people was injured when a truck hit a van in Chichawatni. Five, including two children, were injured when two motorbikes collided in Jahanian, Khanewal. Besides road accidents, the supply of electricity to many areas has been affected as power lines have been tripping due to dense smog. Smog: What role can you play? A guide on steps people can take to combat smog Due to various power plants being shut down, there is a likelihood of load-shedding increasing in the country. An emergency plan will be put into action to deal with the issues faced by power division, added a statement released by the power division. Residents of various parts of Punjab continue to face health and commutation problems as smog engulfs most parts of the province, including province's capital Lahore.
  14. A Saudi prince was killed on Sunday when a helicopter crashed near the kingdom´s southern border with war-torn Yemen, state television said. The news channel Al-Ekhbariya announced the death of Prince Mansour bin Moqren, the deputy governor of Asir province. It said the helicopter had several officials on board and did not reveal the cause of the crash. This is a developing story and will be updated as further reports are received.
  15. LAHORE: At least six people have been killed and 37 injured in incidents resulting from heavy smog in several cities across Punjab, Geo News learnt Friday. Five people were killed in Kamonki after a passenger van collided with a bus on Friday. The incident left another nine wounded. A man was killed and five others were injured in a truck-bus collision on the motorway near Jalalpur Bhattian. Smog affects country's power distribution system Four nuclear power plants, Chashma I-IV, have been shut down in addition to four other power plants producing 4,250mw of electricity A passenger van crashed into a truck in Sheikhupura, leaving 15 people injured. All the wounded belonged to the same family. In Lahore, four people were brought to hospital, who were injured in a car crash. Four others were hurt after an oil tanker ran over a motorbike before bumping into a truck in Arifwala. Health issues The thick fog blanketing large parts of the province has disrupted routine life by causing adverse effects on citizens' health. Many people have been forced to stay indoors, especially the elderly citizens, as they face difficulty in breathing, skin and eye irritation, and coughing problem. Flight disruption The dense haze caused disruption of three international flights, which were en route to Faisalabad. The flights were diverted to Lahore because of less visibility. Smog: What role can you play? A guide on steps people can take to combat smog The smog has also been triggering closure of multiple sections of the motorway, primarily during nighttime. According to motorway authorities, the visibility has dropped down to only 25-50 metres at various places from Lahore to Bhera. Officials have advised citizens to be careful while driving on highways and motorway, and strongly recommended use of fog lamps. Visibility in different Punjab cities, according to the Met Office: Jhang 10 metres Faisalabad 30 metres Multan 50 metres Sahiwal 200 metres Lahore 300 metres Khanpur, Nurpur Thal 500 metres
  16. CHARIKAR: At least 15 people were killed and 27 wounded when fuel tankers exploded in the town of Charikar, northwest of the Afghan capital Kabul on Wednesday, destroying a nearby bus, residents and officials said. A security official said a sticky bomb destroyed two tankers, setting off an explosion that engulfed the bus, burning many passengers to death. Waheeda Shahkar, a spokeswoman for the local governor, put the death toll at least 15, with 27 wounded. There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack, which came a day after up to eight people were killed by a suicide bomber in Kabul.
  17. CHARSADDA: A Station House Officer (SHO) was killed on Wednesday during a police operation in the Maju area after suspects opened fire at the policemen. The Parang police said that policemen conducted an operation in the area against suspects for possessing illegal weapons. The suspects opened fire on the police during the operation, killing SHO Ayub Khan and injuring two personnel. A suspect was killed in retaliatory fire by the police, DSP Iftikhar Shah said. Police added that they are conducting an operation in the area to nab the suspects.
  18. SWABI: Five people were killed after a dumper fell on a car near Topi bypass, the police informed on Tuesday. Moreover, as many as three children were also injured in the accident. The deceased and the injured were taken to a nearby hospital. On June 12, a four-year-old girl was killed in a road accident when a dumper truck hit a motorcycle here at the Johar Mor bridge, near Gulistan-e-Jauhar, Geo News reported. The crash had left the deceased girl?s parents injured, rescue sources said. Girl, 4, killed in dumper truck accident near Karachi?s Johar Mor The crash left the deceased girl?s parents injured, rescue sources said. Rescue officials revealed further that the affected family resides in the metropolis? Korangi area. Moreover, a man had died after a dumper truck hit him near Karachi?s Ayesha Manzil area on June 18, last year. An enraged crowd present at the spot assaulted the driver and tried to set the vehicle on fire. Police reached the area and tried to bring the situation under control. The dumper driver was later taken into custody by police.
  19. Bang in the middle of transitional weather, claims of an ex-flame and attending way too many screenings with a certain Sussanne Khan (previously, Sussanne Roshan)—controversy fella, Hrithik's been having a bit of a ball lately. Only difference? The ball's not in HIS court. There's just so much that's debatable about what's right/wrong in his life that we've arrived upon the conclusion: we don't need to care. That said, and coming back to our forte, his recent outfit was a weather-appropriate deal breaker for us. Think colour, fit, comfort, affordability and hardly any effort—it had every ingredient of an Olympic sartorial winner. Plus, while we're already on the verge of taking our next big holiday, Mr. Roshan's already dressing for it. © Viral Bhayani Let's get dirty and break things down here. On a sunny (cc: humid) Sunday evening, on an outing with his kids, the man was eyeing a great time with his do-littles. Yet, he had to represent 'daddy cool', so evergreen menswear staples came calling for him. But, just because you have to go around making a point in public, doesn't mean you resort to crazy moves. To be frank, this could have easily gone into the loose T-shirt, cargo shorts and flip-flops zone. But being the maven he is, the actor is flaunting the perfect combo here (all while keeping his comfort alive). Meaning, a fresh polo T-shirt, lounge-level jeans and simple black trainers. A style groupie, we'd easily call, Sunday mannerisms done right. © Viral Bhayani But sweat not, there's a lot more to this. Besides being a great colour pick and an outfit-winner for hazel green-eyed daddies—Hrithik's jeans are striking the biggest chord with us. Zoom in, and you'd notice a drawstring making a quick appearance. Maybe a hit-an-miss detail, but that's exactly what's making us dig this denim dearly. Here's the thing: we're all for elastic waist bands, denim all-season and classic wash jeans for any day of the week. And this to us, looks like a remarkable mix of them all and yet something, that any guy can easily buy at the mall. So, if you hate wearing denim for its sporadic discomfort this is the right way of doing it anyway. © Viral Bhayani Still, there's nothing that's really bowling us away here. This might be a great way of impressing your lazy-arse hormones, but no-effort outfits can really backfire sometimes. But clearly, if you're an A-lister and India's only answer to Superman, you have the knack of making anything look right.
  20. KABUL: At least 14 terrorists, affiliated with Daesh, have been killed in airstrikes in Afghanistan, Geo News reported Sunday. The airstrikes were held in Khogyani area of Afghanistan?s Nangarhar province, according to Afghan security officials. The officials confirmed that 14 terrorists were killed and many others injured in attacks on three main terrorists hideouts in the area. On October 18, it was reported that Omar Khalid Khorasani, chief of banned militant group Jamaat-ul-Ahrar (JuA), was killed in a drone attack in Afghanistan. Jamaat-ul-Ahrar chief killed in Afghanistan drone strike It was reported on Tuesday that the Umar Khalid Khurasani chief was critically injured in a drone attack The strike was conducted close to the Pakistan-Afghanistan border in Paktia on October 17. Khurasani, being critically injured in the attack, was moved to an undisclosed location. At least 31 people were killed in three drone strikes near the Pak-Afghan border in Afghanistan on October 16 and October 17. On October 11, as many as eight alleged Taliban militants were killed and more than 15 wounded in US drone strike carried out in Raghistan district of Afghanistan. The Taliban confirmed that a drone strike had been carried out but claimed that they suffered no casualties.
  21. file photo KHYBER AGENCY: Two terrorists from across the border were killed on Sunday in a shootout with the Aman lashkar (peace force) in Khyber Agency?s Zakha Khel. According to security sources, the terrorists from across the border attacked checkposts of Aman lashkar. Due to retaliatory fire, two terrorists died and others fled. Sources said that the terrorists attacked through mortar shells and rocket launcher. The bodies of the terrorists are in the possession of the Aman lashkar.
  22. CAIRO: Egyptian police killed 13 "terrorists" in a shootout as they raided a hideout in the country's south on Friday, a week after a deadly ambush by militants, the interior ministry said. The operation, in which assault rifles and explosive belts were recovered, took place at a farm used by the militants for training and recruitment, the ministry said in a statement. It was not clear whether they were suspected of involvement in an October 20 desert ambush that killed 16 policemen, some 300 kilometres from the site of Friday's operation. "Organisational material and religious books" were also found at the site in the southwestern New Valley province, the ministry said, without reporting any police casualties. No group has claimed the October 20 attack, but Egypt is battling a Daesh insurgency that has killed hundreds of policemen and soldiers. The insurgency is based in North Sinai province, although the group has extended its presence to southern Egypt and the Nile Delta, north of the capital. The militants have also claimed three church bombings that killed dozens of members of Egypt´s Coptic Christian community since last December.
  23. Image of Razzak's car after the explosion. Photo: Geo News HARNAI: Awami National Party (ANP) leader Abdul Razzak and his brother lost their lives in a car explosion in Shahrag Tehsil of Balochistan's Harnai District on Friday, according to the party?s information secretary. Harnai District Commissioner Abdul Salam Achakzai said that five to six kilogrammes of explosives were planted in Razzak?s car. He said that the deceased were en route to Pishin for the party?s rally when the explosion took place. The ANP is holding a rally at Taj Lala Stadium in Pishin today where the party's chief, Asfandyar Wali Khan, and other party leaders are in attendance.
  24. The trader, identified as Abdul Rauf Khokhar, was murdered on October 21. Photo: Geo News screen grab SUKKUR: The police revealed on Thursday that a trader?s wife, daughter and nephew were involved in his murder. The trader, identified as Abdul Rauf Khokhar, was murdered on October 21 and the family had claimed that Khokhar was shot during a robbery. However, conflicting statements of the family members aroused the suspicion of the police. After investigating his family it was revealed that his daughter, wife and nephew had plotted and carried out the murder. The wife revealed that her daughter wanted to marry Khokhar's nephew, identified as Sufyaan, but the father opposed the marriage. The three plotted the murder and sent Sufyaan to buy a pistol. On October 21, the wife fed him sleeping pills and the daughter eventually shot him. The suspects have confessed to their crime, the police said.
  25. HELSINKI: Four people were killed and several injured when a train crashed into an army vehicle during a military exercise in southern Finland on Thursday, police and defense forces said. Three of the dead were conscripts and one was a passenger on the train, they said.