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  1. Pictured is a cop calling citizens bathing in the sea back in Karachi. ? Geo News FILE KARACHI: Police have detained 20 people for swimming at Karachi beaches, in spite of a ban in place, Geo News learnt Monday. The Sindh government, on May 24, banned swimming at Karachi beaches for a period of six months. The restriction was imposed after twelve youngsters drowned while swimming at different beaches in the city in the month of May. The citizens, like every other occasion, thronged beaches on Eid, where some of them violated the ban by stepping into the sea. Police in order to prevent any untoward incident acted timely and detained 20 people. On the other hand, the law enforcers cracked down on one-wheelers in Islamabad, who not only risk their lives, but others' as well by performing stunts on crowded thoroughfares. They impounded around 200 motorbikes and fined their owners.
  2. LONDON: At least six people were injured on Sunday after a car mounted a pavement outside a sports center in the northern English city of Newcastle, but the incident is not believed to be terrorism-related, police said on Sunday. Local media said hundreds of people were celebrating Eid, which marks the end of Islam's holy month of Ramadan, at the sports center and that two children were among the casualties. "On Sunday June 25, at approximately 9:14 a.m. Northumbria Police received reports that a vehicle had collided with pedestrians outside of Westgate Sports Centre, Newcastle upon Tyne," the police said in a statement. "Police enquiries are ongoing to establish exactly what happened but, at this time, it is not believed to be a terror incident." Police said a 42-year-old woman had been detained and was in custody.
  3. LONDON: Investigators said on Friday they would consider manslaughter charges over the London tower block fire that killed at least 79 people, as thousands of apartment-dwellers a few miles away were told to leave their homes due to fire risk. The outside cladding engulfed in June 14's deadly blaze has since been shown to fail all safety tests, police said. They have already seized material from a number of undisclosed organisations. Fire safety checks are now taking place on public buildings across Britain. Late on Friday, one municipal authority in north London began to evacuate nearly 4,000 people from five tower blocks after firefighters said it was unsafe for them to stay. Detective Superintendent Fiona McCormack said experts had now concluded that the earlier fire, the mostly deadly blaze in London since World War Two, had started in a fridge freezer. The blaze has provoked anger and heaped pressure on Prime Minister Theresa May, who is fighting for her political survival after her party lost its parliamentary majority in a snap election at a time when Britain is beginning divorce talks with the European Union. The speed at which the fire engulfed the 24-storey Grenfell Tower raised questions about the external cladding on the block. Asked if the insulation and aluminium tiles used were acceptable for such buildings, McCormack told reporters: "No they're not." "All I can say at the moment is they don't pass any of the safety tests. So that will form part of what is a manslaughter investigation." As well as possible manslaughter, police will consider health and safety offences and breaches of other building regulations. McCormack said all companies involved in the building and refurbishment of the building would be reviewed. Britain also ordered an immediate technical examination of the Hotpoint fridge model FF175BP, which had not been subject to any recall to establish whether further action should be taken, but said there was no need for owners to switch off their appliances. Whirlpool's shared closed down 3.3 percent on Friday, wiping almost $500 million off the company's value. Whirlpool owns the Hotpoint brand in the Europe and Asia Pacific regions. In the United States, the Hotpoint brand now belongs to Haier, following the Chinese group's purchase of General Electric Co's appliance business. "We are working with the authorities to obtain access to the appliance so that we can assist with the ongoing investigations," said Whirlpool, the world's largest maker of home appliances. "Words cannot express our sorrow at this terrible tragedy," Whirlpool said in a statement. The company said 64,000 such fridge freezers were made by Indesit between 2006 and 2009 when the model was discontinued, some years before Whirlpool acquired Indesit. FOCUS OF ANGER The fire has acted as a focal point for anger at local authority funding cuts and, if more buildings are deemed unsafe, the government faces the task of rehousing people within existing social housing facilities which are stretched. The government said it was urgently conducting tests on some 600 high-rise buildings in England which have exterior cladding, often added to insulate them or improve the external appearance of ageing blocks. Some councils have begun removing the panels. May, who faced criticism for slow public reaction to the fire, said on Twitter that her thoughts were with the 800 households being evacuated from a group of tower blocks in north London on Friday evening. Residents complained of first hearing about the evacuation from the media and getting very short notice to leave from city officials going door to door. "It was farcical communication. You don't get everyone to leave this quickly," 21-year-old Daniel Tackaberry told Reuters outside a nearby sports centre where the local council had laid out air beds for people for whom they could not find hotels. Broadcaster Sky News showed one resident, Abdul, who has cerebral palsy and uses a wheelchair, who said he had been told there was no hotel for him and he had to stay on an air bed. The council's leader, Georgia Gould, said in a statement outside the council's offices that it would take up to four weeks to repair the blocks that were evacuated and later added in a radio interview that nearly 4,000 residents were affected. Ed Miliband, the former leader of the opposition Labour Party, said on Twitter that May should have convened a central government emergency committee to assist the local council. Grenfell Tower, in west London, had undergone an 8.7 million pound ($11 million) refurbishment that was completed in 2016, but residents of the more than 120 apartments had complained about its fire safety. McCormack said the police investigation would look at the entire facade of the building, how the building was constructed and the refurbishment work. She said it would examine all aspects of the cladding: the aluminium tiles, the insulation behind it, how it was fitted to building and the installation. In addition to the criminal investigation, police and firefighters were continuing painstaking efforts to locate the victims. So far only nine people have been formally identified and police said the remains of some might never be found, the blaze having been so fierce. Some residents believe the official number of the dead or missing presumed dead was lower than the true figure. McCormack acknowledged they might not know everyone who was in the building as some people might fear coming forward because they were in the country illegally. She said the government had given assurances they were not interested in anyone's immigration status. "I remain really concerned though that we do not have a complete picture," she said. "I fear that there are more."
  4. Unless you were living under a rock or just crawled out from a mystical cave, where the Internet is still a farfetched dream, then you'd know there are only two things that are popular in India right now. First is Cricket and the second is memes. And what happens when the two meet and become one? Together they break the internet and off late our Police departments seem to be taking a fancy to this particular notion. While, we struggle with those 140 characters to get more likes and retweets, cops are slaying it on the social media with their spot on sarcasm. Earlier, we have seen Mumbai and Bengaluru Police show off their social media skills by putting memes to good use. From ‘Games of Thrones' to ‘F.R.I.E.N.D.S', none were spared when it came to explaining the importance of road safety. This time around it was the Jaipur traffic police, who left netizens in splits with their witty and hilarious response. © Reuters Using the picture of cricketer Jasprit Bumrah, the Jaipur traffic police tried to explain how crossing the line can become a costly affair for all. To be honest, after this meme we don't think we can see Bumrah's bowling in the same light again. We have to give it to the genius who came up with the idea of connecting Bumrah delivering a no ball in the ICC Champion's trophy final to a Zebra crossing. More than the picture, it was the caption that bowled us over. लाल बत्ती पर गाड़ी ज़ेबरा क्रॉसिंग से पीछें रखें।पैदल यात्रियों की सुरक्षा का ध्यान रखें । — Traffic Police JPR (@traffic_jpr) June 20, 2017 The folks on Twitter were visibly impressed by the cleverness of the Jaipur Traffic police, and lauded them for using such innovative ways to spread awareness about road safety. However, there was one smart a** who could not stop himself from noticing the irony. So he took this opportunity to pull the cops' legs for not following the rules themselves. Guess the city (10 marks) — (@ViIlageldiot) June 20, 2017 Maybe next time, the cops can work a little more sincerely towards following the rules they preach. However, as far as the tweet is concerned, it is hilarious AF and possibly one of the best and most witty tweets so far.
  5. QUETTA: A First Information Report (FIR) has been lodged in the Civil Line police station against unknown persons for a hit-and-run incident that took place here at GPO Chowk on Tuesday. Pashtoonkhwa Milli Awami Party MPA Dr. Abdul Majeed Khan Achakzai?s speeding car on Tuesday hit and collided with another car at the GPO Chowk intersection, sandwiching Traffic Sergeant Sub-Inspector Haji Ataullah in between and leaving him critically wounded. The police official, despite being rushed and admitted to a hospital, succumbed to the injuries and passed away later. While the MPA?s car was taken into custody and its driver detained, according to police claims, the case was registered under Sergeant Asim against unidentified persons. It is still unclear whether the police claims were true, and if they were, why the case was filed against unknown persons.
  6. [embed_video1 url= style=center] KARACHI: The police early Thursday killed three gang-war suspects in a shootout in Karachi?s Chakiwala vicinity. The deceased suspects, involved in various murders, robberies, and extortion were important commanders of the Baba Ladla group, the police said. Two accomplices of the deceased criminals were arrested. A man, Zubair, suspected of stealing mobiles from individuals observing aitekaf -- the religious Islamic practice consisting of a period of staying in a mosque for a certain number of days ? was arrested. A stolen mobile was recovered from the suspect?s possession and a case was registered against him, the police said. In a separate incident, a robber was killed and another injured by a shopkeeper?s retaliatory firing. The injured robber was arrested by the police.
  7. Photo: FILE. ? AFP CHICAGO: A police officer was stabbed at a Michigan airport early Wednesday, officials said, in what US authorities were reportedly investigating as a possible terror attack. A suspect was taken into custody following the attack at Bishop International Airport in Flint, Michigan, the airport posted on Facebook. NBC News reported that the suspect stabbed the officer multiple times and that the incident was being probed as a possible terrorist attack. "The police officer assaulted is in stable condition," the airport posted on Facebook. "The suspect is in custody and is currently being questioned." No passengers were harmed in the assault, according to the airport which remained close until further notice. Michigan State Police said the Federal Bureau of Investigation was in charge of the scene, while the airport tweeted that local and state agencies were also on site. NBC cited law enforcement officials as saying the suspect was from Quebec and has a Canadian passport.
  8. File KARACHI: Police conducted search operations in the wee hours of Wednesday in various areas of the metropolis, detaining at least 35 suspects. According to police, six suspects were taken into custody after a search operation near Northern Bypass. Police arrested at least 29 suspects, during overnight search operations in the areas of PIB, Manghopir, Madina Colony, Zaman Town, Tipu Sultan, Kemari, Gulberg and North Nazimabad. Earlier, last week, in similar search operations by Karachi police, two suspects were taken into police custody during a search operation conducted in Sukhhan late Friday night. Security officials recovered weapons, motorcycle, mobile phones, and contraband from the arrested suspects, police added. In another operation late Friday night, police sealed the entry and exit points of Metroville and Pathan Colony. The search operation, which was carried out following an anonymous tip, was mainly against criminals and illegal residents, police said.
  9. BRUSSELS: Belgian troops patrolling Brussels Central Station "neutralised" a person after a small explosion on Tuesday, a police spokesman said, adding that there were no other casualties and the situation was under control. He could not confirm media reports that the person had been wearing an explosive vest and it was not clear whether the person shot was still alive. The station and the adjacent historic downtown area, packed with tourists and locals on a hot summer evening, was partly evacuated as police set up a security cordon, witnesses told Belgian media. The city has been on high alert for more than 18 months since Brussels-based militants carried out attacks in Paris that killed 130 people there in November 2015 and later bombed Brussels airport and the city's metro in March last year. The police spokesman said: "There was an accident at Central Station. There was an explosion around a person. That person was neutralised by the soldiers that were on the scene. "At the moment, the police are in numbers at the station and everything is under control."
  10. Darwin Martinez Torres, 22, of Sterling, Virginia, charged with the murder of a 17-year-old American Muslim girl is shown in this Fairfax County Police Department photo released in Fairfax, Virginia, US, June 19, 2017. Courtesy Fairfax County Police Dept./Handout via REUTERS WASHINGTON: A teenage Muslim girl killed by a bat-wielding motorist near a Virginia mosque was an apparent victim of "road rage" and her death is not being investigated as a hate crime, police said on Monday. Nabra Hassanen, 17, was attacked early on Sunday in Sterling, Virginia, about 50 kilometres west of Washington, after attending late-night prayers for the holy month of Ramazan, when many Muslims fast from dawn until sunset. Darwin Martinez Torres, 22, of Sterling, has been arrested and charged with murder in the incident that began with a road dispute with a boy on a bicycle who was among a group of teenagers that included Hassanen, Fairfax County police spokeswoman Julie Parker said. "It appears that the suspect became so enraged over this traffic argument that it escalated into deadly violence," she told a news conference. Parker said there was no indication the attack near the All Dulles Area Muslim Society mosque was motivated by race or religion. Police said there was no sign that Martinez used racial slurs during the attack. Sharon Bulova, chairman of the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, expressed solidarity with the Muslim centre and said a prayer vigil would be held on Wednesday at a high school. "With regard to this case, I am confident justice will be served," she said at the news conference. The attack took place about 3:40 AM as up to 15 teenagers, who had attended prayer services at the mosque, were returning from a fast-food restaurant, Parker said. Some of the teenagers were on the road and Martinez began arguing with the boy on a bicycle as he was driving in his car, Parker said. Martinez chased the youths into a parking lot, emerged from his car with a baseball bat, and struck Hassanen, she said. He loaded Hassanen into his car and dumped her in a pond in neighbouring Loudoun County, Parker said. A search team recovered the body on Sunday, and an autopsy showed she had suffered blunt force trauma to the upper body, she added. The Washington Post reported that Hassanen and her friends were dressed in abayas, the robe-like dress worn by some Muslim women, prompting fears the victim was targeted because she was Muslim. Police arrested Martinez about 90 minutes after the assault and a judge ordered that he remain jailed without bail, officials said. He has been assigned a public defender.
  11. Police said they arrested a man outside London's Paddington Station on Monday but added that the incident was not terrorism-related, a few hours after a van ploughed into worshippers near a mosque in the British capital. "Officers have arrested a man outside Paddington for public disorder and possessing an offensive weapon. The incident is not terror related," British Transport Police said in a statement. Video footage posted on Twitter showed officers restraining a shirtless man outside the station before taking him away. Police have said the earlier attack at the mosque, which injured 10 people, appeared to be a terrorism-incident which would make it the fourth such attack in three months in Britain.
  12. Photo: File Paris police on Monday said they were dealing with an incident on the Champs Elysees in the city centre as a Reuters witness saw officers cordon off an area near the avenue and close to the presidential Elysee palace. The announcement on a police Twitter account advised the public to avoid the area, and came after people took to social media to report that a car had caught fire in the area.
  13. Update [5:30 AM PST]: A van speeded towards and rammed into people coming out of a mosque following the 'taraveeh' prayers, which are offered after breaking fast during the holy month of Ramazan. According to the police, one white British man has been taken into custody, but neither has his identity been revealed nor the registration number of the vehicle he was driving. Unverified reports allege that at least 10-15 people have been wounded, but no official figure has been released by either the security authorities or the emergency and medical services. [Update [05:12 AM PST]: British police confirmed that they are dealing with a major incident at Seven Sisters Road in London. A number of resources have been sent off to the incident at Seven Sisters Road, London Ambulance stated. Initial reporting [05:05 AM PST]: LONDON: British police have sealed off the road right outside London's Finsbury Park Station late Sunday night, local media reported citing a witness. Security authorities stated that they were called to reports of a vehicle in collision with pedestrians and that there are a number of casualties. One person suspected of being involved in the incident has been detained.
  14. Dozens of people were killed or wounded when as many as five suicide bombers attacked a police headquarters in eastern Afghanistan on Sunday, officials said. The attack, claimed by the Taliban, began around 6:30 am (0200 GMT) when one bomber detonated a car packed with explosives at the gate of the police headquarters in Gardez city, capital of Paktia province, said Najib Danish, a spokesman for the Interior Ministry. Four more attackers stormed the gate after the blast, with at least two quickly killed by police. The others held out against Afghan Special Forces that had responded to the attack, he said. Danish put the toll at two police killed and five wounded. However, doctors at the city hospital said they had received the bodies of at least five police, as well as at least 30 wounded people, including 20 civilians. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack, with spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid reporting more than 100 police were killed and wounded. The militant group often exaggerates casualty numbers in attacks against government targets and security forces.
  15. KARACHI: Two suspects were taken into police custody during a search operation conducted here in Sukhhan late Friday night, Geo News reported. Security officials recovered weapons, motorcycle, mobile phones, and contraband from the arrested suspects, police added. In another operation late Friday night, police sealed the entry and exit points of Metroville and Pathan Colony. The search operation, which was carried out following an anonymous tip, was mainly against criminals and illegal residents, police said.
  16. KARACHI: Law enforcement officials recovered a machine gun as they dug at an unidentified house in Federal B. Area here late Friday night, Geo News reported. Police, which acted on a confidential tip received earlier, explained the machine gun will be sent for forensic testing, which, according to Superintendent of Police ? Gulberg Bashir Brohi, will help them understand any previous operations the recovered item was used in. While police did surround the bungalow as they carried out the operation, no one was inside, and thus, no arrests were made. However, a search is underway for the house owners, the SP stated. The tip, based on which the raid was initiated, had claimed there were ammunition and weapons and buried around the house, the SP said.
  17. 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".
  18. RAWALPINDI: Nearly 80 motorcyclists attacked Rawalpindi?s traffic police?s Chandni Chowk check post after their fellows were arrested for one-wheeling on Friday. The motorcyclists took traffic wardens hostage and attempted to set a government-owned car on fire. Seven suspects were arrested and an operation against one-wheeling is underway, a Rawalpindi traffic police official said. Warden officer Suhail Shehzad was seriously injured after attackers opened fire on him, a spokesperson for the traffic police said. ?The crackdown against one-wheeling will continue throughout Ramazan,? Wajid Sasti said. ?24 FIRs have been registered against one-wheelers to date, and a total of 26 suspects have been arrested.?
  19. KARACHI: Around 80 suspects were rounded up during search operations conducted in the metropolis' various areas ? including Pirabad, Ittehad Town, Gulshan-e-Ghazi, Saeedabad, Preedy, and Khamiso Goth ? late Thursday night, Geo News reported. The detainees have been moved to respective police stations for further questioning, police sources said. Rangers carried out a search operation in Saddar, Lines Area, and surroundings late Thursday night and sealed the entry and exit points to continue with the process, sources revealed. The Rangers' operation, which involved more than 20 officers, was conducted to analyse security for the upcoming Youm-e-Ali procession, according to sources. Law enforcement agencies, while barring the areas' entry and exit points, carried out an operation in Ittehad Town and Gulshan-e-Ghazi and searched houses one by one, police said. The search operation was conducted against criminals and fugitive suspects based on an anonymous tip that the police had received. Police officers of Ittehad Town and Saeedabad police stations partook in the search operation. During another operation in Rizvia Society, security officials took into custody a fugitive suspect, who was wanted in a robbery case. 19 suspects were held and transferred to the police station during a search operation carried out in New Karachi's Khamiso Goth area, with entry and exits points sealed once again in the process. New Karachi police station officers participated in the operation, police stated. 10 other suspects were arrested from Korangi's Bengali Para, Awami, Rizvia Colony, and Mochko. Suspect Nooruddin, alias Munna, was detained in Mochko, with security officers recovering weapons and a hand grenade from him. He was wanted for attempted murder and cases filed under Counter Terrorism Act. Police arrest policeman A police officer wanted in a firing case was arrested from Korangi's Bengali Para late Thursday night, security officials said. The detained officer, who served as a constable in the Sindh Reserve Police, is accused of shooting and injuring three men over the claim that the victims stole his pet dog, police sources disclosed. The officer has allegedly fled the scene at that time, police added. Body recovered The body of a woman was recovered from Mansoor Nagar, Orangi Town, late Thursday night. Rescue sources explained that the body was found with a noose around the neck. Lahore operations Four suspects who reportedly belong to a motorcycle-stealing gang were held late Thursday night in Lahore's Batapur area, police said. Six motorcycles were recovered from the suspects, the law enforcement officers mentioned, adding that a case has been registered against the arrestees. According to police, the suspects used to steal bikes from parks and shopping mall car parks. 20 suspects were arrested in the city's Bakrmandi area and almost 100 houses searched during a search operation conducted late Thursday night, wherein a large number of policemen were present. Police also held flag marches in numerous blocks of Sabzazar, conducted snap checking in some areas, and checked people's identification documents as well. A bakery in the Shalimar police station's jurisdiction was robbed right after iftar, with the dacoit managing to escape with goods and cash worth a combined Rs. 100,000. Geo News has obtained and released the CCTV footage of the robbery incident. Rajanpur encounter Dacoit Manzoor, alias Kulhara, was shot dead by his own accomplices during an alleged encounter with police in the Harand police station's jurisdiction. However, two suspects ? Manzoor's accomplices ? managed to flee, DSP Asif Rasheed said. Police said Manzoor was wanted in cases of murder, kidnapping, and robbery.
  20. The newest members of Taiwan's police force are too cute to handle! These new four-legged recruits are just over a month old and have become the newest members of Taiwan's National Police Agency (NPA). But don’t underestimate them, their job is not just to look adorable, they are going to have a serious role in the force. © Facebook All six puppies will be trained and then join the NPA's K-9 Anti Bomb and Drug unit based in Taipei. In fact, they will be joining their mother, who is currently one of 22 adult dogs in the K-9 unit. © Facebook While talking to Mashable, a spokesperson from the NPA said, "The puppies' mom, named Yellow, is in the K-9 unit....the department that [deals with] anti drug and anti bomb [issues]." © Facebook "We will train the puppies to join our police duties." © Facebook The puppies were apparently born on the 9th of May and are named Lucky Star, Schumann, Feida, Brother, AJ and Full Moon. © Facebook "We hope that in the future the puppies can be like their mother Yellow, that they can pass through training successfully and enter the police force," the NPA said in a post on Facebook. Also, NPA, if you’re reading this, how can we have at least one puppy if they don’t pass their training?
  21. File KARACHI: Police rounded up more than 45 suspects, said to be involved in different crimes, in multiple raids in Karachi late Wednesday, they said. The law enforcers conducted search operations in various areas of Karachi late this night and apprehended 45 suspects. At least nine suspects were arrested from the areas of Madina Colony, Saeedabad and Manghopir. Two muggers were apprehended from Tower, police said. According to police, suspects were involved in burglary of shops. In another raid in Soldier Bazar, police detained ten suspects. Officials said they were verifying identities of arrested suspects and looking for any criminal record.
  22. File photo KARACHI: Law enforcement officials conducted a major search operation in the metropolis late Monday night, rounding up more than 50 suspects, Superintendent of Police (SP) ? City Division, Shehla Qureshi, said. The operation, aimed to catch illegal residents and criminals, was carried out in the jurisdiction of City Division's eight police stations and included Garden, Eidgah, Napier, Nabi Bakhsh, and surrounding areas, the police official explained, adding that entry and exit points were sealed during the process. Raids in various areas Fugitive suspect Azeem was taken into custody during an operation conducted in Baldia's Ittehad Town, police officers said. Azeem, the arrestee, already has a case of burglary registered against him in the Ittehad Town police station, security officials added. During an operation carried out in Nazimabad here late Monday night, three drug-sellers, including a foreigner, were detained, police stated. Cases under the Foreign Act and Drug Act have been respectively registered against the suspects, from whom cash and contraband were recovered, security officials mentioned. In addition, two other suspects were taken into custody during a search operation conducted in Karimabad, SP Gulberg Bashir Brohi said, explaining that the arrestees allegedly belong to an inter-provincial bike-stealing group. The suspects reportedly used to sell the stolen vehicles in Balochistan, the police official added. While tools to break car locks were found in the suspects' possession, police expect to recover additional bikes and cars from them as well, Brohi highlighted. State-owned vehicle found A state-owned vehicle, which was stolen two days ago, has finally been found. Police explained the vehicle ? stolen from the Frere police station's jurisdiction ? was recovered from Malir's Model Colony area. Afghan caught Police during a search in Baldia Town No. 2 late Monday night arrested an Afghan citizen residing illegally in the area. A case has been filed against the Afghan citizen as per the Foreign Act, police disclosed. Water tanker accident On the other hand, a water tanker overturned on Sarki Road in Quetta on Monday night, crushing two bikes underneath it, rescue sources said. Five people, including a little girl, came under the water tanker and were left injured. The wounded were subsequently transferred to a local hospital, rescue officials stated. Freight-train bogie derailment One bogie of a freight train en route from Punjab to Karachi derailed near Sukkur, causing hindrances in rail traffic, rescue officers said. The down track was consequently closed off and a rescue train was sent off for aid. Cellular tower blast A blast occurred near a cellular network tower in Sariab, Quetta, late Monday night. However, no injuries or fatalities were reported. The cause of the blast, on the other hand, was not determined as of reporting time.
  23. British police investigating last weekend's deadly attacks on London Bridge said they arrested a 19-year-old man in east London on Sunday. The Metropolitan Police, in a statement posted on its website, said the man was taken into custody at a south London police station and was being detained under the Terrorism Act. Six other men are in custody in connection with last Saturday's incident in which eight people were killed and 50 injured after three militants drove into pedestrians on London Bridge and stabbed people.
  24. [embed_video1 url= style=center] PESHAWAR: A video of the city?s finest beating up a taxi driver on the main road has cast a bad light on the much acclaimed ?apolitical and professional? police of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. A video shot by a bystander a few days ago show officials of the newly formed City Patrolling Force take out a taxi driver from his vehicle and then manhandle him while passersby look on. The incident took place in the posh area of Defence on Khyber Road, where the US Consulate is located. Sources said the incident followed an altercation between the taxi driver and the driver of another private vehicle. Islamabad Traffic Police suspends two officials over ?thrashing video? Video shows traffic cop beating man on Islamabad Expressway The incident resulted in a temporary traffic jam on the main road. When contacted, senior police officials said the perpetrators are being identified through the video and action would be taken against them according to the rules and regulations.
  25. File photo KARACHI: A First Information Report (FIR) has been filed in the Shahrah-e-Noor Jahan police station against the person who attempted a fatal assault at Jamal Ahmed ? a member of Sindh Assembly belonging to Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) ? near his North Nazimabad residence here on Saturday, Geo News reported. The FIR was registered on behalf of Ahmed?s guard Bakht Ali and includes charges of attempted murder on the MPA. An unknown man astride a motorcycle shot at Ahmed in his locale as the latter was about to leave for a tour of Shadman Town ? his area, but the murder attempt was futile. The MQM-P leader's guard reacted right away, resulting in an exchange of gunshots, but the attacker managed to flee. Subsequently, security officials reached the scene to collect forensic evidence, especially as the assailant had left behind his bike. The security officers, however, have not issued any comments explaining what had transpired, expect that they ?are verifying whether the attacker was specifically targeting the MPA or not?, a local media outlet reported. MQM-P Rabita Committee member Kanwar Naveed Jameel in a press conference condemned the murder attempt and asked for action to be taken against the assailant. Jameel, highlighting the attempt on Abdul Rashid Godil earlier, mentioned how the party has asked for higher security following threats to its members but nothing has been done in response. He stressed for action against the perpetrator. Ahmed won PS-110 constituency of Karachi in 2013.