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  1. VIRGINIA: A 17-year-old American Muslim girl was beaten and abducted after leaving a mosque in Virginia on Sunday by a man who police later arrested on suspicion of murder after her body was found dumped in a pond, authorities said. The attack spurred an outpouring of grief and horror in a Muslim community that has been gathering to pray at the All Dulles Area Muslim Society mosque about 30 miles outside Washington in observance of the last 10 days of Ramadan. The attack happened early on Sunday after the victim and several friends walking outside the mosque got into a dispute with a motorist in the community of Sterling, the Fairfax County Police Department said in a statement. At one point, the motorist got out of his car and assaulted the girl, police said. The teen was reported missing by her friends who scattered during the attack and could not find her afterwards, touching off an hours-long search by authorities in Fairfax and Loudoun counties. At around 3pm, the remains of a female believed to be the teen victim were found in a pond in Sterling, police said. During the search for the missing teen, authorities stopped a motorist "driving suspiciously in the area" and arrested the driver, later identified as identified as Darwin Martinez Torres, 22. Police obtained a murder warrant that charges Torres for her death, the Fairfax County Police Department said. A police spokeswoman told reporters the attack followed some sort of dispute between the man and the girls, and authorities had not ruled out hate as a motivation for the attack. The number of anti-Muslim bias incidents in the United States jumped 57 percent in 2016 to 2,213, up from 1,409 in 2015, the Council on American-Islamic Relations advocacy group said in a report last month. While the group had been seeing a rise in anti-Muslim incidents prior to Donald Trump's stunning rise in last year's presidential primaries and November election victory, it said the acceleration in bias incidents was due in part to Trump's focus on militant groups and anti-immigrant rhetoric. In an incident in London on Monday, a van ploughed into worshippers leaving a mosque, killing at least one person and injuring several in what Britain's largest Muslim organisation said was a deliberate act of Islamophobia. Isra Chaker, a person who said in a Facebook post that she was close to a family friend of the victim in the Virginia incident, said the driver came out with a baseball bat and began swinging it at the girls, Chaker said. "She then went missing (presumably kidnapped/moved by the suspect) and was found dead this afternoon," Chaker said. An online fundraiser for the girl's family had raised $61,606 by Sunday evening. Police said a medical examiner will conduct an autopsy to confirm the victim's identity and cause of death, though detectives believe the body found in the pond was the missing girl.
  2. Photo: Twitter LONDON: Local police on Friday arrested a man at the fence surrounding the British parliament on suspicion of carrying a knife, which comes nearly three months after an Islamist terror attack in the same area. The man was detained at 11:10 am (1010 GMT) by the Palace of Westminster in central London, police said in a statement. "The man -- aged in his 30s -- was arrested on suspicion of possession of a knife. There are no reports of any injuries," the brief statement said. A bearded man, wearing black trousers and a grey sweatshirt, could be seen being held against the fence with his arms behind his back by a police officer. A parliamentary spokesman said: "We are aware of an incident outside the Palace of Westminster, which is being dealt with by the Metropolitan Police." On March 22, knifeman Khalid Masood drove into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge, killing four, and fatally stabbed a policeman guarding the gates of parliament before being shot dead by armed officers. On April 27, a man was arrested across the street from parliament. Police said knives were recovered from him. Khalid Mohammed Omar Ali, 27, of north London, was charged with the intention of committing acts of terrorism engaged in conduct in preparation for giving effect to that intention. He was also charged with two counts relating to explosive substances in Afghanistan in 2012. Friday´s arrest comes on the first anniversary of the murder of MP Jo Cox, who was shot and stabbed to death in her constituency by a man with links to neo-Nazi organisations. More than 110,000 events were to take place around Britain between Friday and Sunday for "The Great Get Together" in honour of Cox, celebrating her belief that "we have far more in common than that which divides us".
  3. Image: Twitter (@jwbergiii) THE HAGUE: A car driver hit eight people outside Amsterdam Central Station on Saturday, injuring two seriously, after being warned about parking illegally, but police said there was no indication that the driver was carrying out an attack of any kind. "The suspect has been interviewed, and it appears not to have been intentional. But we are investigating further," Amsterdam police said on their Twitter account. The Amsterdam incident happened when police approached a black Peugeot which was badly parked, and the driver tried to speed away, according to Dutch media. Two people were admitted to hospital with serious injuries, and others were treated at the scene after the car hit the crowd and then crashed into a wall. Several ambulances and police were swiftly on the scene on the busy streets outside the station in the heart of the canal-lined Dutch capital. The driver was arrested and taken for questioning. The news came a week after three attackers in a van mowed down pedestrians in London before going on a stabbing spree, killing eight people and injuring 48. The Netherlands has been on high alert following a slew of attacks around Europe in recent months, including last month´s Manchester suicide bombing and two recent attacks in London.
  4. ISLAMABAD: A man, identified as Malik Noor Awan, accosted Awami Muslim League leader Sheikh Rasheed outside the National Assembly Thursday morning claiming the politician owes him money. The incident occurred near Gate 1 of the Parliament House. The man kept insisting that Rasheed return his money and held the politicians hand forcefully. ?I will pay you very soon,? Rasheed assured the man, while trying to calm him down. ?You must promise me that you will pay up,? the man remarked. After the incident, Rasheed went into the Parliament. ?I will complain about this to the [National Assembly] speaker.? Later, Rasheed filed a case against Noor Awan at Secretariat Police Station. Awan alleged that Rasheed bought a car from him but has yet to pay him around Rs20 million for it. Speaking to the media, Awan said ?I am a very poor man and Rs20.2 million is a big amount. It?s my hard earned money.? He also claimed that I ran into Rasheed at the airport but he ignored him. ?He does not even attend my phone calls.? Addressing a press conference later, Rasheed said ?I have said before that parliament lacks security," said Rasheed, demanding the presiding officer to arrest the man. The politician alleged that the ruling party, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, is behind the incident. "If anything happens to me then they [PML-N] will be responsible for it," he added. Following the incident, Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar met Rasheed inside Parliament. Nisar said that relevant measures will be taken upon the advice of the speaker. The person has been taken into custody, he added. On the issue, Opposition Leader Khursheed Shah remarked ?this is an important matter and it should be investigated.? This should be revealed how did the person enter the parliament, he said, and asked ?how did he get the permission to enter the parliament??
  5. PARIS: A French police officer shot and injured a man who attacked him with a hammer outside Paris?s Notre-Dame cathedral on Tuesday, authorities said. Police sealed off the area in front of the cathedral, where the attacker lay injured on the ground. The attack comes with France on high alert for more militant strikes after a weekend attack in London, where extremists used a van and knives to crush to death and kill seven people, one of them French. Authorities in Paris asked the public to stay away from Notre-Dame, one of France?s biggest tourist attractions situated on the banks of the Seine river in the heart of the capital. French TV reported scenes of panic during the shooting, with tourists scrambling for cover. France is under a state of emergency and on its highest possible level of alert following a string of terror attacks that began in 2015, which have killed over 230 people. In the last fatal attack, a policeman was shot and killed on Paris?s prestigious Champs-Elysees avenue on April 20, three days before the first round of the presidential election. Major attacks in France targeted the Charlie Hebdo satirical magazine in January 2015 and in November that year, gunmen and suicide bombers attacked sites around Paris including the Bataclan concert hall, killing 130 people. Then in July last year, a radicalised Tunisian man drove a lorry at high speed through a Bastille Day fireworks display on the Nice waterfront, massacring 86 people. Since then there have been a series of smaller attacks, often targeting security forces.
  6. geo_embedgallery ISLAMABAD: Preparations are under way for opposition?s parliamentary session outside the National Assembly, which has been scheduled to start at 11am. For the purpose, chairs have been placed outside the National Assembly, carpets are being rolled out and fans have been also been placed at different points. The session will be on budget. On Tuesday, Opposition Leader Khursheed Shah boycotted the National Assembly session and announced to hold the next parliament session outside the parliament. The move came in response to opposition?s reservations that their speeches over the federal budget were not given live coverage. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/8eff96d5118f5bd5ee38dfe60ca16812.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9NS8zMS8yMDE3IDU6NTM6MjcgQU0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT1ybis2R2F6Y3NjZ2V0VFlRN2NvazRBPT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] Khursheed Shah had remarked said, ?Opposition is steadfast on its demand that its budget speech should be given live coverage.? Opposition announces to hold parliamentary session outside NA The move came in response to opposition?s demand that opposition speech on budget should be given live coverage. Chairman Senate has set the right example in this regard. If opposition?s speech in the Senate is broadcasted live then why not in the National Assembly? He asked. All opposition parties will gather outside the parliament tomorrow [Wednesday], he had said, adding that ?we will discuss all those issues which we are not supposed to raise inside the assembly.?
  7. geo_embedgallery ISLAMABAD: Opposition's parliamentary session outside National Assembly started Wednesday morning. Members of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, Muttahida Qaumi Movement, Pakistan Peoples Party among others are attending the session. Earlier, preparations were made for the parliamentary session outside the National Assembly. For the purpose, chairs were placed, carpets were rolled out and fans also been placed at different points. The session will be on the recently presented federal budget 2017-18. On Tuesday, Opposition Leader Khursheed Shah boycotted the National Assembly session and announced to hold the next session outside the parliament. The move came in response to the opposition?s reservations that their speeches over the federal budget were not given live coverage by the state broadcaster ? Pakistan Television. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/8eff96d5118f5bd5ee38dfe60ca16812.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9NS8zMS8yMDE3IDU6NTM6MjcgQU0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT1ybis2R2F6Y3NjZ2V0VFlRN2NvazRBPT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] Khursheed Shah had remarked, ?Opposition is steadfast on its demand that its budget speech should be given live coverage.? Opposition announces to hold parliamentary session outside NA The move came in response to opposition?s demand that opposition speech on budget should be given live coverage. "Chairman Senate Raza Rabbani has set the right example in this regard. If the opposition?s speech in the Senate is broadcast live then why not in the National Assembly? he asked." All opposition parties will gather outside the parliament tomorrow [Wednesday], he had said, adding that ?we will discuss all those issues which we are not supposed to raise inside the assembly.?
  8. geo_embedgallery ISLAMABAD: Opposition members boycotted the National Assembly session Wednesday morning and held a session outside the parliament. Finance minister tried to deceive people, claimed opposition members, adding that fiscal deficit is more that as stated by the government. Members of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, Muttahida Qaumi Movement, Pakistan Peoples Party and Jamaat-e-Islami, among others are attending the session. The session is being chaired by PTI?s Arif Alvi. Opposition not being given the right to give their opinion on television, claimed PTI?s Shireen Mazari ?This is the reason why we have kept a session outside the parliament.? Mazari then stood up to present point of order. To this, Arif Aliv responded ?there is no point of order in budget session? after which the opposition members started laughing. Alvi then started a debated on ongoing power crises in the country. JI?s Sahibzada Tariqullah started the debate. He pointed that that people in Swat are facing 14-hour load shedding daily. Continuing the discussion, PTI?s Shah Mehmood Qureshi remarked that 14 to 18 hour load shedding is taking place across the country. ?Government has failed. It is failing to provide people with electricity, gas and water.? Health and education are not even a priority of the government, he added. Earlier, preparations were made for the parliamentary session outside the National Assembly. For the purpose, chairs were placed, carpets were rolled out and fans also been placed at different points. The session will be on the recently presented federal budget 2017-18. On Tuesday, Opposition Leader Khursheed Shah boycotted the National Assembly session and announced to hold the next session outside the parliament. The move came in response to the opposition?s reservations that their speeches over the federal budget were not given live coverage by the state broadcaster ? Pakistan Television. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/8eff96d5118f5bd5ee38dfe60ca16812.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9NS8zMS8yMDE3IDU6NTM6MjcgQU0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT1ybis2R2F6Y3NjZ2V0VFlRN2NvazRBPT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] Khursheed Shah had remarked, ?Opposition is steadfast on its demand that its budget speech should be given live coverage.? Opposition announces to hold parliamentary session outside NA The move came in response to opposition?s demand that opposition speech on budget should be given live coverage. "Chairman Senate Raza Rabbani has set the right example in this regard. If the opposition?s speech in the Senate is broadcast live then why not in the National Assembly? he asked." All opposition parties will gather outside the parliament tomorrow [Wednesday], he had said, adding that ?we will discuss all those issues which we are not supposed to raise inside the assembly.?
  9. Photo: file ISLAMABAD: Opposition Leader Khursheed Shah announced on Tuesday to boycott the National Assembly session and to hold the next parliament session outside the parliament. The move came in response to opposition?s demand that opposition?s speech on the budget should be given live coverage. Khursheed Shah said, ?Opposition is steadfast on its demand that its budget speech should be given live coverage.? Chairman Senate has set the right example in this regard. If opposition?s speech in the Senate is broadcasted live then why not in the National Assembly? He asked. All opposition parties will gather outside the parliament tomorrow, he said, adding that ?we will discuss all those issues which we are not supposed to raise inside the assembly.? Budget 2017-18: Experts have their say How will the government spend your money? Geo.TV takes a deeper look at the proposed budget and records the reactions of experts and onlookers On this, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf?s MNA Shah Mehmood Qureshi said that government members are acting a bit ?foolish?. They are coming in way of their own government, he added. ?This is the same opposition leader they praised in 2014. Why don?t they like him now?? Qureshi remarked. Criticising the government, Qureshi said that when farmers take to the streets to demand their rights then they are baton-charged. Preventing the opposition from expressing its view point on budget is indicative of government?s unsuccessfulness and helplessness. Muttahida Qaumi Movement?s Sheikh Salahuddin remarked that opposition leader should play an independent role. While, Jamaat-e-Islami?s Sahibzada Tariq Ullah said that the government has once again fallen in its own trap. ?Opposition has the right to unite over one topic.? Chaos erupts in NA as opposition demands PM?s resignation Speaker adjourns session for undefined period after standoff between ruling party members and the opposition Responding to remarks of the opposition members, Minister for Defence Production Rana Tanveer Hussain said that Khursheed Shah has played an integral role in raising different issues. ?However, I don?t know what has happened that his behaviour changed over time.? Pakistan Peoples Party never broadcasted the opposition leader?s speech live then why are they demanding it now? ?We had more members then in the opposition, but we never created problems for anyone.? During his speech, the opposition members created commotion and started chanting slogans. Earlier in the assembly session, an interesting and poetic exchange between Khursheed Shah and Speaking of the National Assembly Ayaz Sadiq led to the room roaring with laughter. National Assembly session has been adjourned till 11am Wednesday morning.
  10. The man was arrested by police on The Mall outside Buckingham Palace - Photo: The Telegraph LONDON: A man with a knife was arrested from outside the Buckingham Palace just before the Queen passed, The Telegraph reported on Wednesday. The arrest came as soldiers were deployed outside the British parliament for guard duty after the government raised its terror threat level following an attack that killed 22 people in Manchester on Monday. Armed soldiers will replace police at key sites under the plan announced by Prime Minister Theresa May, freeing up police resources to pursue an investigation into a possible wider network behind the attack in Manchester.
  11. KARACHI: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz’s workers came face to face on Sunday outside the Karachi Press Club, hours before the two parties scheduled rallies in the metropolis. A rally of the PTI was passing by, chanting anti-Nawaz slogans, which provoked PML-N workers present outside the press club. Workers of both the parties started chanting slogans and hurled stones at each other. Police reached the site of contention and brought the situation under control with the help of the local leaders of both the parties. In a video message earlier, Imran Khan called on the people of Karachi to join in the march to protest for their rights. The walk is scheduled to begin on Sunday (today), 3 pm from Mazar-e-Quaid. “I invite the people of Karachi to join me in the walk to demand their rights. The sole purpose of the march is to highlight the day-to-day problems faced by the residents of Karachi and to pressurise the government to resolve these problems,” Khan said in the message. The PTI chief added that the walk aims to bring to the spotlight issues such as loadshedding, water shortage and garbage disposal. Meanwhile, PML-N leaders are also holding a rally in Karachi’s Baldia area.
  12. NEW YORK: Bruce Springsteen recently talked about his struggle to live in the real world rather than inside the lyrical songs he has composed over his 40-year career. The Born to Run musician, who revealed in a 2016 memoir that he had struggled with depression, called rock songs "three minutes of bliss and life compressed". He told a Tribeca Film Festival audience during a conversation about his career that he had sometimes seen his music "as a life preserver and as a safe space – you think you can live there". But Springsteen, 67, said that no artist could live only within his art. "At the end of the day it's just your job and just your work and life awaits you outside of those things. ... So that took me a long time to learn that lesson – thanks Patti – and it was a tremendous struggle for me," he added, referring to his wife of 25 years, Patti Scialfa. Springsteen spoke of his early days in music in New Jersey, buying his first guitar at age 15, and being a "stone-cold draft dodger" during the Vietnam War – a period that informed much of his writing, including one of his best known but most misunderstood songs, Born in the U.S.A. Springsteen said he had come to terms with people misinterpreting the 1984 song as patriotic. It was played, without his permission, during Donald Trump's rallies during the 2016 US presidential election. In rock songs, he said, "People hear the music, the beat, then they hear the chorus, and if they have the time or the inclination, maybe they get into some of the verses." "That's the way the political rock and roll ball bounces. It's one of those things," Springsteen said.
  13. Protecting your ears is a must, if you attend a lot of loud concerts or get yelled at by your girlfriend/mother. Knops is a new adjustable ear plug which lets you adjust the volume of your surroundings and is now up for funding on Kickstarter. © Kickstarter Essentially these function as a high-tech analogue acoustic filter, which does not require any battery life, Bluetooth connector or an app. It has been designed so that the wearer can control the volume of surrounding sounds and protect his or her ears from loud noises. © Kickstarter Knops will let the user adjust sounds on multiple levels i.e. it has four settings, ranging from an initial level to no filtering at all. It can lower the amount of ambient noise around you or have a higher fidelity of blocking which is essentially meant for music concerts. You can even block out the sound entirely, a feature I will regularly use around my girlfriend. © Kickstarter Knops is priced at $62 on Kickstarter if you decide to back the project today. There’s even a fancier version which is gold-plated and is available for $117. These prices are exclusive to early bird backers and the earplugs will eventually sell at a higher price. You can watch the video below to know how it actually works and you can get yourself a pair here.