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  1. Muhammad Ameen, the father of seven-year-old Zainab who was found raped and murdered on January 9, said that not a single suspect in the case has been arrested. Photo: Geo News screen grab1 KASUR: Muhammad Ameen, the father of seven-year-old Zainab who was found raped and murdered on January 9, said that not a single suspect in the case has been arrested. While speaking to media on Sunday, Ameen remarked that the speed of the investigation has not been hastened. ?The police keep assuring us that the suspect will be arrested soon,? he shared. Ameen also remarked that the mothers of people who were taken into custody after violent protests in Kasur, which erupted after the Zainab?s case surfaced, have approached him for help. ?The protesters arrested by police are being subjected to violence,? he said, demanding that the police end the cases against the protesters. ?Those who have been jailed should be released.? The protests were peaceful but police created chaos after firing upon unarmed demonstrators, he added. Two protesters, Shoaib and Mohammad Ali, were allegedly killed by the police firing during the protest on Wednesday. Kasur tragedy: Zainab?s father slams ?police negligence? Prompt action by the police could have saved my daughter, says the grieving father Earlier, Zainab's father had slammed the police for ?negligence in tracing out the culprit(s) in time? to save his daughter?s life. Speaking to Geo News a day after the discovery of the minor?s body and her burial, her father, Mohammad Ameen, said that prompt action by the police could have saved his daughter. ?The police showed negligence over the last five days. Prompt action by the police [in the days since her kidnapping] could have saved my daughter,? the grieving father said. The police did not even seal or watch the [crime area] properly, he said. ?I was not even in Pakistan when my daughter was kidnapped,? he lamented.
  2. LAHORE: Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Saturday expressed displeasure over failure of police in arresting the suspect of brutal rape-murder of eight-year-old Zainab in Kasur. Presiding over a meeting of provincial cabinet's Committee on Law and Order, the Punjab CM said that he was under extreme agony and stress due to this case and only wanted the arrest of the suspect. The meeting was briefed on the brutal rape and murder case by the Inspector General of Police (IGP). Addressing the participants, the chief minister said that facts should be brought before the public after the arrest of the suspect so that the victim's family could get justice. He said the killer should not escape justice and get exemplary punishment. Shehbaz further said that all requirements of justice would be fulfilled pertaining to the death of two persons in the firing incidents during violent protests in the city. The chief minister directed the IGP to daily visit Kasur to review progress on both cases and that he could use helicopter of the chief minister for this purpose.
  3. Ammunition recovered during operation in Balochistan. Photo: ISPR RAWALPINDI: At least 16 suspects were arrested during intelligence-based operations in different areas of Balochistan, stated Inter Services Public Relations. According to a press release issued on Friday, weapons and ammunition, including grenades, improvised explosive devices, rockets and explosives were also recovered during the operations in Sambaza, Sibi and Hazar Ganji areas of Balochistan. The IBOs were conducted by Frontier Corps Balochistan under Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad. Similar operations have been carried out in the province lately. FC apprehends three suspects in Dhadar, Mastung operations Large cache of weapons, including IEDs, grenades, and communication equipment were recovered in the IBOs, says ISPR A few days back, three suspects were apprehended in an IBO by FC Balochistan in Dhadar and Mastung areas of the province. Pakistan had launched Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad across the country in February 2017, which was based on broad-spectrum security and counter-terrorism operations in Punjab, and continuation of ongoing operations across the country. The Pakistan Air Force, Pakistan Navy, civil armed forces as well as other security and law enforcement agencies continue to actively participate and support the efforts of the Pakistan Army to eliminate terrorist elements from the country.
  4. LHC Chief Justice Mansoor Ali Shah. Photo: File LAHORE: Lahore High Court Chief Justice Mansoor Ali Shah ordered on Friday the Punjab police chief to arrest within 36 hours the suspect involved in the rape and murder of seven-year-old Zainab in Kasur. The minor girl, a resident of Road Kot area of Kasur, had gone missing on January 4 when she ventured out of the house. Her body was found in a garbage pile near Kashmir Chowk five days later. The chief justice had taken notice of the case following the incident. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/a8d329f59f74db115e985f728ca2d67d.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9MS8xMi8yMDE4IDk6NDI6MzUgQU0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT1nSmdwdFJFYXpnekdtcHZmQjl2cVV3PT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] The chief justice inquired from the Punjab Inspector General Arif Nawaz, who appeared in court today, what became of the cases lodged of other similar events in Kasur, and wondered if those cases were even registered at all. He remarked further that negligence in the Zainab case will not be tolerated as society is worried. The chief justice then gave the police chief 36 hours to nab the suspect(s). Nawaz informed the court that the police is working with complete honesty and assured that the suspect will be nabbed at all costs. The chief justice also summoned the complete details of similar cases related to children in Punjab. Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Mian Saqib Nisar had also taken notice of the incident.
  5. Police sketch of Kasur suspect Police have released a sketch of a suspect believed to be in involved in the alleged rape and murder of an eight-year-old whose body was discovered in a garbage pile on Tuesday. The minor had been abducted on January 5. Violent protests have erupted in the city, with protesters demanding the immediate arrest of those involved in the incident. During a news conference, RPO Sheikhupura Range, Zulfiqar Hameed said it was not correct to term the incident negligence on the part of the police. While speaking to media, he shared that the minor was strangled to death after being raped and everyone is grieving over the incident. "The minor's family provided the CCTV footage and neighbours also helped in the case but it is incorrect to think that police is being negligent, Hameed said. He remarked that footage reviewing footage from more than a dozen CCTVs installed in the area is an arduous task. However, police travelled quite far to search and review the footages. The RPO assured that all possible steps will be taken for the sake of security. Zulfiqar Hameed shared that 96 samples of DNA have been sent for testing, adding that police hope to find DNA match in at least five cases. Earlier, DPO Kasur, Zulfiqar Ahmed revealed that over 5,000 people have been questioned in eight cases related to minor girls being allegedly raped and then murdered in the city, while medical checkups of 67 individuals have taken place. The police official added that police is using video from CCTV as part of the investigation.
  6. Mashal Khan. Photo: File MARDAN: The police arrested on Thursday one of the few remaining suspects in the Mashal Khan murder case. Mashal, a journalism student at Abdul Wali Khan University in Mardan, was killed on April 13 by a violent mob on the pretext of committing blasphemy. However, investigators found no proof of blasphemy and ruled that the murder was politically motivated. The suspect Izhar alias Johnny. Photo: Geo News Mardan District Police Officer (DPO) Mian Saeed said on Thursday that Izhar alias Johnny was arrested from Saddar area of Mardan. He added that the suspect was in possession of a Kalashnikov, a Kalakov and a pistol. The DPO said the suspect was wanted to the police for eight months, adding that a total of 58 suspects are in custody whereas three are still absconding. At the last hearing of the case on December 14, Mashal's father Mohammad Iqbal recorded his statement in the anti-terrorism court hearing the case inside Haripur Jail. Mashal Khan's father Iqbal Khan outside the Supreme Court last year. Photo: File Earlier, during the hearing of the case, the prosecution had been producing its witnesses who recorded their statements and were cross-examined by both sides. The hearing was then adjourned until today. Earlier, when the hearing of the case was started in Mardan, Iqbal and the provincial government had requested the Peshawar High Court to move the case out of Mardan for fear of a law and order situation. JIT says PSF incited mob against Mashal, finds no proof of blasphemy JIT enquiry report finds political group was threatened by Mashal's activities At that time, Iqbal had also disclosed that families of the accused were pressuring him and he was afraid a fair trial may not take place. On July 27, the high court ordered to move the case to ATC Abbottabad and shifted the accused to Central Jail Haripur.
  7. An interior view of a supermarket is seen after an explosion in St Petersburg, Russia, in this photo released by Russia?s National Anti-Terrorism Committe on December 28, 2017. National Anti-Terrorism Committe/Handout via REUTERS MOSCOW: Russia?s Investigative Committee said on Sunday it had indicted on terrorism charges a suspect who allegedly organized and carried out a bombing that injured 13 people in a St. Petersburg supermarket this week. The committee said in a statement that the suspect, whose identity has not been disclosed by investigators, ?deliberately made and planted a homemade explosive device? that exploded on Wednesday at a branch of the Perekrestok supermarket chain in Russia?s second city. The suspect told investigators he had been motivated by ?hatred toward the organizers and participants? of mindset training sessions he used to attend, the committee said without providing further detail. Investigators said the suspect had also hidden two USB drives near the site of the blast containing information about his actions and photographs of the explosive device. The suspect will undergo psychological testing to assess his sanity. Investigators said has been followed by mental health professionals since the age of 19 for undisclosed issues. The indictment did not say how old he is now. The Daesh group claimed responsibility for the blast but did not provide evidence to support its assertion. The claim came after Russian President Vladimir Putin said the explosion, caused by what investigators said was a homemade bomb packed with pieces of metal, was an act of terrorism.
  8. Russian Emergency Ministry members gather outside a supermarket after an explosion in St Petersburg, Russia, December 27, 2017. REUTERS/Anton Vaganov/Files MOSCOW: Russian investigators on Saturday arrested a suspect linked to the Saint Petersburg bomb that tore through a supermarket, wounding 18 people, in an attack labelled by President Vladimir Putin as an "act of terror". Saint Petersburg ? Russia's second city and Putin's hometown ? was the scene of a deadly metro bombing in April and is set to host games during next year's football World Cup, raising fears of similar attacks. "The suspect is being questioned," Svetlana Petrenko ? a spokeswoman for the Russian Investigative Committee ? said in a statement. "The organiser and direct perpetrator who triggered an improvised explosive device on December 27 in a supermarket in Saint Petersburg was arrested during a special operation by the FSB", the security services added, according to Russian news agency Interfax. The news agency quoted a source close to the case as saying the suspect was 35-year-old Dmitry Lukyanenko ? a resident of Saint Petersburg and member of the nationalist "New Age" movement. The homemade bomb had been placed in a locker at the supermarket in northwestern Saint Petersburg on Wednesday. A pregnant woman was among those injured in the blast, which was claimed by Daesh. Eight people remain in hospital. Putin's 2015 decision to begin a military intervention in Syria's conflict on the side of President Bashar al-Assad has made Russia a priority target for extremist groups. 'Killed on the spot' Wednesday's bombing came after the FSB security service said earlier this month it had prevented a terror attack on a key Orthodox cathedral in Saint Petersburg with the help of America's CIA, which led Putin to thank US President Donald Trump. The city's subway was also targeted by a bomb attack in April that left 15 dead and dozens wounded, claimed by a little-known group linked to Al-Qaeda. Earlier this month, Alexander Bortnikov ? the head of Russia's FSB security service ? said that at least 4,500 Russians had left the country to fight with "terrorists" in the Middle East, North Africa, and other regions. Putin himself warned after Wednesday's bombing that armed criminals could be "liquidated on the spot". "As you know, an act of terror took place in Saint Petersburg yesterday," Putin told officers who took part in Russia's Syria campaign during an awards ceremony. He said he had ordered the nation's security services to "act decisively" and "liquidate bandits on the spot" if armed militants put up resistance. Over the past 20 years, Russia fought two wars with separatists in Chechnya, leading militants from the North Caucasus to frequently target Russians through suicide bombings and other attacks.
  9. Australian police stand near a crashed vehicle after they arrested the driver of a vehicle that had ploughed into pedestrians at a crowded intersection near the Flinders Street train station in central Melbourne, Australia December 21, 2017. REUTERS MELBOURNE: An Australian man of Afghan descent with a history of mental health issues drove a car into Christmas shoppers in the city of Melbourne on Thursday, injuring 19 people, but police said they did not believe the attack was terror-related. In January, four people were killed and more than 20 injured when a man drove into pedestrians just a few hundred meters away from Thursday?s attack. That too was not a terror attack. Jim Stoupas, the owner of a donut shop at the scene, told Reuters the vehicle was traveling up to 100 kph (62 mph) when it drove into the intersection packed with people, hitting one person after another. ?All you could hear was just ?bang bang bang bang bang? and screams,? Stoupas said in a telephone interview, adding the car came to rest by a tram stop. Police said they detained the 32-year-old driver, an Australian of Afghan descent with a history of assault, drug use and mental health issues. ?At this time, we don?t have any evidence or intelligence to indicate a connection with terrorism,? said the acting chief commissioner of Victoria State, Shane Patton. Four of the injured were in critical condition, including a pre-school aged boy who suffered a head injury. Police also detained a 24-year-old man at the scene who was filming the incident and had a bag with knifes. Patton said it was ?quite probable? the 24-year-old was not involved. The men had not been charged and their names have not been released by police. The attack took place on Flinders Street, a major road that runs alongside the Yarra River, in the central business district of Australia?s second-biggest city. Melbourne has installed about 140 concrete bollards in the city center to stop vehicle attacks by militants similar to recent attacks in Europe and the United States. ?We?ve seen an horrific act, an evil act, an act of cowardice perpetrated against innocent bystanders,? said the state premier, Daniel Andrews. Sydney, Australia?s biggest city, has also installed concrete barricades in main pedestrian thoroughfares. ?Our thoughts & prayers are with the victims & the emergency & health workers who are treating them,? Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said in a post on his official Twitter account.
  10. PARIS: French investigators have linked a man suspected of murdering a nine-year-old girl in Savoie with the unsolved killing of a soldier and are asking if he was behind other mystery deaths in the Alpine region, a prosecutor said. In late November, a judge placed Nordahl Lelandais, himself an ex-soldier and in custody since September, under formal investigation for the suspected kidnapping and murder of Maelys de Araujo. She was last seen at a family wedding in Chambery in late August. On Wednesday, Chambery Prosecutor Thierry Dran said 34-year-old Lelandais was now also under investigation for the killing of Arthur Noyer, 23, whose skull was found by a walker in September, after cell phone data put both men in the area where Noyer disappeared. ?We are going to look at all the disturbing disappearances which have taken place in this region,? Dran told a news conference, without detailing which other cases would be re-examined. Dran said that data trawls revealed that, after Noyer disappeared, Lelandais ran online searches using the keywords ?human body decomposition?. Lelandais, whose home is 30 kilometres (20 miles) from Chambery, admitted being in the area where Noyer went missing, but denied any involvement in his killing, the prosecutor said. The new allegations against Lelandais bring an added twist to the de Araujo case, which has gripped France since she went missing. Investigators have never identified a motive for the unsolved 2012 murder of Iraqi-born Briton Saad al-Hilli on a mountain road near the French Alps town of Annecy. He was found shot dead with his wife and mother-in-law in what appeared to be an execution-style attack that the couple?s two daughters survived.
  11. KARACHI: A suspected street criminal was killed while two people were injured in separate incidents in Karachi early Wednesday, officials said. The suspect was killed in an alleged shootout with police and Rangers in Korangi area of the city, while his accomplice managed to get away. The deceased was identified as Nasir alias Kala. A spokesman for Sindh Rangers said the suspects were busy looting citizens, when a Rangers' vehicle reached the scene. The suspects opened fire on personnel and initially fled from scene. They were chased down and one of the suspects was killed in ensuing exchange of fire, the spokesman said, adding that police had also arrived at the spot in the meantime. It was further said the deceased had been involved in street crimes in Gulshan Iqbal and Gulistan-e-Jauhar areas. In other incidents, a policeman and a security guard were injured as a result of firing by robbers in Gulistan-e-Jauhar and Buffer Zone areas respectively. Police also claimed to have nabbed a mugger from Pakistan Bazar area. The suspect was identified as Ishaq.
  12. New York Police Department officers stand guard near Port Authority Bus Terminal after reports of an explosion in Manhattan, New York DHAKA: Officials in Bangladesh are trying to track down the extended family and any known associates of Akayed Ullah, a Bangladeshi man US authorities say set off a homemade pipe bomb in a crowded New York City commuter hub on Monday. ?Police are looking for his family, but so far they?ve not been able to trace them,? said Abul Khair Nadim, the Chair of Musapur Union council, a local government body in the Chittagong division in southern Bangladesh, where Ullah?s family originally lived. Bangladesh?s police chief told Reuters late on Monday that 27-year-old Ullah had no criminal record in his home country, which he last visited in September. Ullah lived with his mother, sister and two brothers in Brooklyn and was a green card holder, said Shameem Ahsan, consul general of Bangladesh in New York. Ahmad Ullah, a relative of Ullah, who Reuters tracked down on Tuesday, said his cousin?s father had moved to the Bangladeshi capital of Dhaka with his family many years ago. He said Ullah?s father had passed away about five years ago, and that Ullah had been through a normal public school education in Bangladesh before moving to the United States. Explosion rocks New York commuter hub, suspect in custody The suspect ? a US resident with no criminal record ? is from Bangladesh, the country?s police chief said, adding that he last visited his home country on September 8 Ullah, who had a homemade bomb strapped to his body, set off an explosion in an underground pedestrian corridor between New York?s Times Square and the Port Authority Bus Terminal at rush hour, injuring himself and three others in what New York Mayor Bill de Blasio called an attempted terrorist attack. A law enforcement official familiar with the investigation said investigators have found evidence that Ullah had watched Daesh propaganda on the internet. Bangladesh strongly condemned the attack in a statement saying, ?A terrorist is a terrorist irrespective of his or her ethnicity or religion, and must be brought to justice.?
  13. Khawar Burney being produced by police in court earlier this month. Photo: Geo News KARACHI: The judicial magistrate (South) sent the main suspect in the Sea View killing case on judicial remand until December 18. A youngster, Zafir Khan, was killed and another injured during a road rage incident near Karachi's Sea View beach on December 3. Authorities arrested the central character behind the shooting later that day and have so far impounded a couple of vehicles in connection with the episode. The investigation officer pleaded the court to extend the suspect Khawar Burney's physical remand but the plea was dismissed. The judge also ordered the submission of the charge-sheet of the case at the next hearing. At the last hearing on December 6, the investigation officer informed the court that the prime accused, Burney, had 11 accomplices, including a woman. Sea View murder case: 'Prime accused had 11 accomplices, including a woman' A local court extends remand of accused Khawar Burney by three days The absconders include Haider Hussain, Hassan Hussain, Hasnain and others, he had said, requesting the court to grant a 10-day extension in remand of the accused. The court, however, granted a three-day extension in the remand. The incident Eyewitnesses said four people were on their way on Sunday, Dec 3, in a car from Do Darya in DHA's Phase 8 when they reportedly hit a sports bike from behind and sped away. A few moments later, their car was chased down, stopped by a double-cabin vehicle ? which was escorting the injured biker ? and was fired upon by people from inside. Police said that after allegedly firing at least nine times at the car, the men in the vehicle climbed out of and beat up the passengers. Sea view murder: Will fight till the very end, says Zafir's father 'I will fight the case until the very end and rest assured I won't back out' Police immediately launched a search for the vehicle and assailants, while a forensic team collected evidence from the site, according to officials. Later, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) for South informed Geo News that four suspects had been arrested from Khalid bin Waleed Road while the pick-up was also seized. Police claimed that they have confiscated the weapon and car used in the incident. The prosecutor has requested the court to include terrorism charges against the suspect. Meanwhile, in a recently-surfaced CCTV video, it is seen that the prime suspect Khawar along with his accomplices in two other cars was speeding away after the murder. Police said that the suspect hid at his Allama Iqbal Road residence. Authorities also recovered weapons from the detainees and filed a case in this regard. Chief Minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah took notice of the incident and also sought a report from the additional inspector general of police.
  14. ISLAMABAD: The ongoing investigation of the Automated Teller Machines (ATM) skimming scam took a new turn on Friday as link was found between the prime suspect and an Indian national, according to the Federal Investigation Agency. In a press conference in Islamabad, FIA Director Shakeel Durrani revealed the details of the ongoing investigation into the matter. A Indian man named Saurav and a woman named Ayesha from Italy were found involved in the fraud, said the FIA director, contending that there could be a gang behind it. He said that prime suspect Saqibullah used to send pictures of ATM machines to Indian hacker, while Ayesha used to send hacking devices. ?The prime suspect used to take pictures of ATM machines so that suitable skimming machines could be ordered from other countries,? said the director. The director further revealed that the money wasn?t only cashed in China but other countries as well such as the US, Canada, Italy, Nigeria, Indonesia and Malaysia. Durrani said that suspect Ayesha also used to handle Saqib?s international credit account. Investigation officials said that the exchange of money took place through Western Union. To ensure safe transactions, the suspect used the CNICs of his family members, he said. The suspect Saqib was also involved in harassment of women, said Durrani. The FIA director said that the foreign suspects could be charged through Interpol and brought to Pakistan. On Thursday, on Thursday the FIA recovered hundreds of cards and other material from the prime suspect. Recently, hundreds of citizens in Pakistan lost millions of rupees over a couple of weeks after they fell prey to an ATM skimming fraud. ATM skimming fraud: FIA recovers cards, equipment from prime suspect The officials discovered equipment used in stealing the consumers? data The officials discovered equipment used in stealing consumers? data and are running forensic tests on the equipment recovered. The investigation was launched when more than 500 consumers of banks across Pakistan complained to the authority regarding the scandal. The FIA is probing the matter under the Cyber Crimes Act. Earlier, the FIA said skimmers withdrew money using data from 579 ATM cards. They accessed the accounts by placing skimming devices on different ATMs. The highest number of incidents of ATM skimming took place at a major shopping mall in Karachi's Clifton area.
  15. KARACHI: Contrary to the statement given by Dr Abdul Rahim ? the motorcycle rider ? who has disassociated himself from the Sea View killing, saying he doesn't know either Khawar Burney or the deceased, however, the prime suspect in his statement before the police admitted his acquaintance with him. Giving his version before the police, Burney said that the Mercedes, in which there were four youth, including the deceased, collided with Dr Rahim's bike on the road heading towards a restaurant on Sea View. ?They (Mercedes) directly hit the bike. Dr Rahim smashed into their windscreen. I chased the car and beckoned them to stop the car. They swerved towards me and continued speeding away while my friend (Dr Rahim) was on their windscreen,? the prime suspect said. ?They braked hard, flinging Dr Rahim on the road and sped away,? he added. ?I don?t remember Rahim?s friends by name, Rahim was the biker. My friendship is only with him.? Sea View killing case: Prime suspect says incident happened by ?accident? ?I wanted to aim at the tyre but the Mercedes turned and the bullets hit the car,? said Burney He claimed that Dr Rahim?s security guard pointed the weapon at the Mercedes? drivers head after the vehicle had stopped. ?His (Dr Rahim?s) security guard had the rifle, he may have pointed the weapon,? he said. Burney maintained that the incident happened by ?accident.? He said that he opened fire on the Mercedes after the car hit his Vigo. ?I wanted to aim at the tyre but the Mercedes turned [into my Vigo] causing my hand to flinch and the bullets hit the car,? said Burney. They hit my car three times, on the third time I fired on the car tyres, upon which he swerved into my Vigo. My finger was on the trigger while I was driving the car. While turning the car, it was a very heated moment, I fired on them and the incident happened.? Sea View killing case: Police granted two-day remand of prime suspect The incident occurred on Sunday after shots were fired from a pick-up vehicle at a car, which had hit a motorcycle a few minutes earlier Earlier, the Judicial Magistrate (South) granted a two-day physical remand of the prime suspect in the case. Earlier screengrabs from a CCTV video showed Burney fleeing from the scene of the crime. Authorities recovered the third car alleged to have been involved in the incident late on Sunday night. The deceased, identified as 18-year-old Zafir, was laid to rest at the Defence Housing Authority (DHA) graveyard. Eyewitnesses Eyewitnesses claimed that four people were on their way in a car from Do Darya in DHA's Phase 8 when they reportedly hit a sports bike from behind and sped away. A few moments later, their car was chased down, stopped by a double-cabin vehicle ? which was escorting the biker ? and was fired upon by people from inside. Police said that after allegedly firing at least nine times at the car, the men in the vehicle climbed out of and beat up the passengers.
  16. File Photo KARACHI: Law enforcement agencies (LEAs) shot dead a suspect late Friday night during an alleged encounter in the city's Abyssinia Lines area, they said. The suspect was initially taken into custody in a wounded state following the encounter but succumbed to his injuries. It was unclear whether he died on way to or at the hospital. Police also recovered weapons from the deceased suspect. Body recovered Rescue authorities recovered a dead body near Naala Stop in the metropolis' Orangi Town. The body is yet to be identified.
  17. KARACHI: Counter Terrorism Department on Friday arrested a suspect in connection with the deadly Sehwan suicide blast, sources informed Geo News. The suspect was arrested from a remote area of Karachi. Sindh Cheif Minister Murad Ali Shah was informed about the suspect's arrest by Inspector General A D Khawaja and Additional IG CTD. The chief minister lauded the performance of police officials in arresting the suspect. Sources privy to the development said that CTD personnel will give information about the suspect's arrest in a press conference today. At least 88 martyred in bombing at Lal Shahbaz Qalandar shrine Officials confirm over 300 have been injured in the suicide bombing inside the premises of the Sufi shrine On February 17, at least 88 people were martyred when a suicide bomber attacked the crowded Sufi shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar in Sehwan, injuring up to 343 others. The powerful blast took place inside the premises of the shrine as a dhamaal was taking place. Terrorist organisation Daesh claimed responsibility for the attack. The suspect is said to be affiliated with a number of other proscribed organizations before joining Daesh.
  18. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/800224c3a839128cf9451495a059f4d2.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9MTEvNy8yMDE3IDU6MTA6NTcgUE0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT1vemwzS3Z4ckUyVXN5NitmaEFsTnF3PT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] FAISALABAD: An injured suspect was shot dead by police in Faisalabad on Tuesday, despite the fact that he was surrounded and wasn't visibly armed. Police say that they signalled three men riding a motorbike in Gulberg area to pull over, but they opened fire on them. Two of the suspects fled the scene amid ensuing exchange of fire. One suspect, who was injured during the episode, was subsequently surrounded by the law enforcers. In the meantime, a plain-clothed personnel appeared and fired three shots killing the injured suspect on the spot. Police claim the suspect was armed and could have fired on them. But the mobile phone footage of the incident does not show the suspect, who laid on the footpath, carrying a firearm. The deceased has been identified as Asif Sardar, who was wanted in several cases including three robberies in Gujranwala. But the question remains why the police didn?t arrest him. The suspect could have revealed names and hideouts of his accomplices. The law enforcers also failed to explain what did they get from this fake encounter.
  19. Scott Ostrem, 47, is pictured in this undated handout booking photo obtanied by Reuters, November 2, 2017. Thornton Police Department/Handout via Reuters1 THORNTON: Police in Colorado on Thursday captured a man who they had said calmly walked into a suburban Denver Walmart and fatally shot three people at random before driving away. Scott Ostrem, 47, was taken into custody without incident a day after the shooting following a tip from the public, the Thornton Police Department said. Police said they have yet to establish a motive for the rampage and that Ostrem had only ?a minimal criminal history?. Video broadcast from CBS affiliate KCNC-TV showed the suspect being handcuffed by police against the side of an SUV as FBI agents carrying rifles and wearing body armour looked on. KCNC-TV said police SWAT team officers had ringed his last known address in suburban Adams County on Thursday morning when Ostrem drove past and was spotted. He was followed by law enforcement and journalists, KCNC-TV reported, and was arrested in the nearby suburb of Westminster after a ?quick pursuit?. Police had earlier released a surveillance camera photograph of a middle-aged white man wearing a black jacket and blue jeans. They also published a photo of the red four-door Mitsubishi hatchback he was believed to have fled in. Ostrem ?nonchalantly? entered the store in Thornton, about 16 kilometres (10 miles) northeast of downtown Denver, and opened fire on shoppers and employees shortly after 6 PM (8 PM EDT) on Wednesday, police spokesman Victor Avila told reporters. Two men were killed in the shooting and a woman who was shot was taken to a hospital where she died, according to police. No one else was wounded. ?What we have determined is that it is random as of right now,? Avila told reporters. ?As witnesses stated, the person came in and just shot towards a group.? The Walmart had been quickly surrounded by police and fire crews. Authorities initially said ?multiple parties? had been injured. Avila said there was no indication the shooting was an act of terrorism and no one had claimed responsibility. ?We can?t rule anything out,? he said. Ostrem is due to appear on Friday morning in Adams County District Court, where he will be advised on what charges he is being held for, a court spokeswoman said. Walmart customer Aaron Stephens, 44, of Thornton, told Reuters he was buying groceries at a self-checkout stand when he heard gunshots and ricocheting bullets. ?The employees started screaming and the customers started screaming? as people began to flee, he said. ?I ran out, too, because I didn?t want to get shot.? NBC television affiliate 9NEWS reported a woman whose son was in the Walmart said he heard about 30 gunshots. Early accounts of multiple casualties had revived painful memories for the Denver area, where a gunman killed 12 people in 2012 at a midnight screening of the Batman movie The Dark Knight Rises at a theatre in the suburb of Aurora. The shooter, James Holmes, is serving a dozen consecutive life sentences without the possibility of parole. In 1999 two 12th-graders fatally shot 12 fellow students and a teacher at Columbine High School in suburban Jefferson County. The pair, Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, then committed suicide in the campus library.
  20. BUDAPEST: A Pakistani man wanted by Interpol for "70 contract murders" has been arrested in Hungary among a group of migrants caught trying to reach Austria, police said Wednesday. The 35-year-old Pakistani man was discovered when the group was apprehended near Hungary´s southern borders on Tuesday, police in Bacs-Kiskun county told AFP in a statement. "Pakistan has issued an international arrest warrant for murder for (the man) who was then arrested," said the statement, without providing further details. Detectives in nearby Austria said that the suspect is a professional gunman accused of "around 70 contract murders" in Pakistan. The migrants were being smuggled to Austria before being caught at Boly, which is 175 kilometres (109 miles) south of Budapest and near Hungary´s borders with Croatia and Serbia, said the statement by the Austrian Federal Criminal Bureau.
  21. KARACHI: One suspect was arrested Thursday night following a police encounter in the metropolis' Landhi area, Geo News reported. The suspect was taken into custody in a wounded state; however, his accomplice managed to escape arrest, police officials said. Law enforcement agencies revealed that the suspect ? from whom they recovered weapons and mobile phones ? was allegedly involved in numerous cases of street crime. CCTV footage obtained On the other hand, Geo News obtained the closed-circuit television (CCTV) footage of a looting that took place Thursday night in the city's Aisha Manzil area. In the video, the suspects ? with their faces clearly visible ? can be seen looting citizens sitting outside a hotel without any fear. When one of the victims resists, the armed dacoits subject him to a beating.
  22. WASHINGTON: Police arrested a gunman suspected of killing three people and wounding two Wednesday at a suburban Maryland business park before shooting another man in neighbouring Delaware. "The suspect in this incident has been located and is in police custody," the Wilmington, Delaware police department said of Radee Prince, 37. Wilmington Police Chief Robert Tracy earlier told reporters that Prince "is a dangerous individual. This person shot six people in one day" in attacks that were not random. Prince had been sought "in connection with both multiple shooting incident early this morning in Edgewood, Maryland and another shooting incident at mid-morning today" in Wilmington, Delaware, a statement from police said. Harford County Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler said three people died in the first incident at a granite business just before 9am. He confirmed a handgun was used and two other victims were transported to trauma centres in serious condition. When the shooter was still at large, several Edgewood-area schools were placed on lockdown, officials said, while the nearby set of popular Netflix show House of Cards was also reportedly secured. Gahler said Prince was associated with the company, Advanced Granite Solutions, where the first shooting occurred, near Baltimore. "This does appear to be a targeted attack, limited to that business," he said. Latest mass shooting Police were investigating Prince's connection with the firm, where all five victims of the first shooting were employed, Gahler said, declining to give further details about them. He said other people besides the five victims were on the premises when the shooting took place. Tracy said the victim in the second shooting identified the gunman. "They're known to each other and they've had some past history," he told a news conference. The suspect fled the first attack in a car registered in Delaware, Gahler said. Variety magazine reported that the set of House of Cards, which is partly filmed in Maryland, was placed on lockdown while police searched for the shooter. The executive producer of the series, Dana Brunetti, addressed the incident in a Facebook post. "Shooting near House of Cards set," Brunetti wrote. Some of the school lockdowns were later lifted, according to Harford County Public Schools. The incident was the latest mass shooting in a country where such killings have become tragically commonplace. On Oct 1, a gunman in a 32nd-floor casino hotel room rained fire down on concert-goers in Las Vegas, killing 58 and wounding more than 500. It was the deadliest shooting in recent US history. To date in 2017 there have been 286 mass shootings ? nearly one per day ? according to the online Gun Violence Archive.
  23. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/81bee5759c66627f7b4a40d64a2fb5ca.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9MTAvMTYvMjAxNyA1OjMwOjA0IFBNJmhhc2hfdmFsdWU9Qm1pTVR4amVtb3FoWXdEUlBSUEVhZz09JnZhbGlkbWludXRlcz02MCZpZD0x style=center] KARACHI: The mystery of Karachi knife attacks remains unresolved with legal complications restricting transfer of the suspect to the megapolis from Gujranwala, who believed to be involved in a series of incidents that sparked fear in Karachi. At least 15 women were injured in attacks by a knife-wielding man n Karachi between September 25 to October 5. Later, there had been no clue as to where did the suspect go. With seven different cases registered, police in Karachi began connecting the dots, leading to a suspect, Wasim, involved in similar incidents in Sahiwal, Punjab, who got out on bail a month and a half ago. Police claims to nab mastermind of Karachi knife attacks 'Waseem was arrested in a joint operation with the Punjab police,' DIG East Sultan Khowaja said However, it has become difficult for the Karachi Police to bring suspect, arrested from Gujranwala, to Karachi for not following the protocols. Sources said the Karachi Police managed to get the suspect nabbed by CIA Punjab, without bringing the matter in the notice of Punjab Home Department. The Karachi Police is unable to bring the suspect to the megapolis for they have not yet submitted a formal request to the Punjab Home Department seeking his transit remand. Moving the suspect from Punjab to Karachi remains out of question without a transit remand. On the other hand, Wasim denies involvement in Karachi knife attacks and claims that he has never been to the megapolis in his life. The attacker, who has succeeded in evading arrest so far, has posed a challenge to the authorities and caused a scare among the public after repeated attacks by a sharp object. 'Suspect a thin man, aged 20-29' Karachi police released pictures ? screengrabs from the CCTV footage ? of the suspect earlier this month wherein the assailant can be seen riding a motorcycle moments before attacking one of the victims. "The suspect appears to be a thin man, aged 20-29," DIG East Sultan Khawaja said, adding that "he appears to be 5 feet, 7-9 inches tall" and usually rides a red motorcycle.
  24. NAIROBI: A student suspected of joining in an armed raid that killed six at a school in Kenya´s far north Saturday was stoned to death by angry locals and his body burned, officials said. The suspect ? a suspended student at the school in Lokichogio ? was arrested before irate locals forced their way into the police station and dragged him from his cell. He was being held over the school attack that left five students and a security guard at the boarding school dead. "Six people were killed in the attack, including students, and we have others injured," said Seif Matata, Turkana county´s commissioner. Matata said the incident occurred at around 03:00 am (00:00 GMT) while students at Lokichogio Mixed Secondary School were asleep in their dormitories. Turkana governor Josphat Nanok said 18 people suffered bullet wounds in the attack. Members of the Toposa tribal militia from South Sudan, 200 kilometres (124 miles) to the north, are believed to be responsible for the violence. Matata alleged that a suspended student, identified by officials as 20-year-old Abraham Lochor from South Sudan, led the raid. "The suspect was held at Kakuma police station for interrogation over the morning killings, we are trying to establish how they managed to get him. It´s unfortunate," said Turkana police chief Ronald Opili. The Kenya Red Cross said it had evacuated those injured in the school attack by plane for emergency treatment. Turkana, an arid region bordering South Sudan, is awash with small arms and violent clashes between competing communities over resources and territory are common, as is armed raiding of cattle and livestock.
  25. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/2c8a3070faa009ccac94d1ccff0af786.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9MTAvMTIvMjAxNyAxMjozNDo1NyBQTSZoYXNoX3ZhbHVlPU8rWWtneVl1cUxud0dlbVZ5eHdNQXc9PSZ2YWxpZG1pbnV0ZXM9NjAmaWQ9MQ== style=center] KARACHI: Police teams were dispatched to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on Thursday to arrest the prime suspect in the case of a couple?s electrocution in Karachi. A tribal jirga (council) had ordered the couple's execution in October when the families had lodged their case with the influential group of elders following their elopement. The man who ordered the electrocution of a teenage couple Teenage couple were killed by their own kin, on the orders of a tribal Jirga The final challan of the case will be presented after DNA reports of the murdered boy and girl are received. Four of the accused, who were arrested by the police, are in jail on judicial remand. The couple was tied to a wooden bed and electrocuted by family members last month. Police said the girl was aged 15 or 16 and the man was around 18 years old. "The (jirga) decided that the girl would be electrocuted by her own father and uncle and the boy by his father and uncle," police officer Amanullah Marwat told AFP, adding that the families later buried the bodies in secret. Hundreds of women are murdered by their relatives each year after allegedly bringing shame on their families in Pakistan. Karachi ?honour killing?: Authorities exhume couple?s bodies for examination Tribal elder had ordered a teenage couple to be electrocuted by their families as punishment for eloping Under the previous legislation, the culprits could escape punishment if they were pardoned by members of their family. But in July last year the high-profile murder of social media star Qandeel Baloch, whose brother confessed to the killing, reignited calls for reform. Parliament has since passed a law aimed at scrapping the ability to forgive "honour" killers. But critics contend some loopholes still exist.