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  1. FILE PHOTO - Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman speaks during the meeting of Islamic Military Counter Terrorism Coalition defence ministers in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia November 26, 2017./ Reuters RIYADH: Saudi Arabia?s public prosecutor has said he will pursue extradition for corruption suspects living abroad as part of a two-month-old crackdown that has already netted princes and tycoons. Evidence is being collected against ?fugitives? in order to issue indictments against them and request that foreign governments return them to the kingdom, Saud al-Muajab told Arrajol magazine in an interview published on Thursday. It was not clear how many people are being targeted, or in which countries. Saudi security forces have rounded up dozens of members of the political and business elite, holding them in Riyadh?s opulent Ritz Carlton hotel on the orders of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. The move was billed as a war on rampant corruption but also widely seen by analysts as helping Prince Mohammed consolidate his grip on power after ousting his cousin as heir to the throne in the summer. Saudi officials are negotiating settlements with detainees, saying they aim to claw back some $100 billion of funds that rightfully belong to the state. Muajab said last month that most detainees had agreed to settlements in order to avoid prosecution while the rest could be held for several more months. He told Arrajol that those who end up in court will be permitted to hire lawyers to defend them during the investigation and trial phases.
  2. The late Shahzeb Khan (L), suspect Shahrukh Jatoi (R) KARACHI: The Supreme Court of Pakistan on Saturday issued orders to put names of suspects in Shahzeb Khan murder case on the Exit Control List, as it accepted the appeal of civil society activists against the Sindh High Court's (SHC) retrial order for hearing. During hearing of the appeal at the Supreme Court?s Karachi Registry, a three-member bench led by Chief Justice Saqib Nisar directed the government and interior ministry to place the names of suspects Shahrukh Jatoi, Siraj Talpur, Sajjad Talpur and Ghulam Murtaza Lashari on the ECL. The apex court also directed the interior ministry to issue relevant instructions to all airports in the country. The court also issued bailable arrest warrants for the suspects and sent out notices to all the respondents in the case. Members of civil society had approached the Supreme Court against the SHC ruling which set aside the death penalty for Shahrukh Jatoi and others convicted for the 2012 murder of Shahzeb and ordered their retrial by a sessions court. Ten civil society activists ? including Jibran Nasir, Jamshed Raza Mahmood, Afiya Shehrbano Zia, Naeem Sadiq, Nazim Fida Hussain Haji, Zulfiqar Shah, Aquila Ismail, Fahim Zaman Khan, and Naziha Syed Ali ? had filed a criminal petition in the Supreme Court's Karachi Registry challenging the SHC?s November 28, 2017 ruling which stated that the murder case does not fall within the jurisdiction of the Anti-Terrorism Act, 1997. Civil activists approach Supreme Court against SHC ruling in Shahzeb murder case Activists have filed a petition in SC Karachi registry against SHC ruling which set aside death penalty for Shahrukh Jatoi and others convicted in Shahzeb Khan murder case In their petition, the civil society members stated that they have the legal standing to file the petition for leave to appeal as they are citizens of Karachi and reside in the same locality ? Defence Housing Authority ? where the murder took place. They stated in the petition that the incident was not just of an individual nature, but carried serious repercussions for the society at large. On December 23, 2017, Jatoi, the son of an influential feudal, and other defendants in the Shahzeb Khan murder case, were released from custody on bail after Shahzeb?s father submitted an affidavit in support of the defendant's bail application. Shahzeb was gunned down by Jatoi in a posh locality of Karachi on December 25, 2012. An ATC in 2013 had awarded death sentences to Jatoi and Siraj Talpur for the murder of Shahzeb, while life sentences were awarded to Sajjad Ali Talpur and Ghulam Murtaza Lashari.
  3. Ammunition recovered during operation in Balochistan. RAWALPINDI: Three suspects were apprehended during an intelligence-based operation (IBO) by Frontier Corps Balochistan in Dhadar and Mastung, according to a statement by the Inter Services Public Relations. The army?s media wing stated that a cache of arms and ammunition, including improvised explosive devices, hand grenades, detonators and communication equipment was also recovered during the operation. The IBO was held under Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad. Pakistan had launched a nationwide military operation, Radd-ul-Fasaad in February 2017, which was based on broad-spectrum security and counter-terrorism operations in Punjab, and continuation of ongoing operations across the country. Seems Balochistan govt not serious in eradicating terrorism: SC Supreme Court hears suo motu case of 2016 Quetta attack on lawyers at Civil Hospital 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. File Photo KARACHI: Law enforcement agencies (LEAs) rounded up multiple suspects Saturday night here in the Nasir Colony area of the metropolis' Korangi, sources revealed. The suspects were taken into custody following a raid that police conducted in the said locale. On the other hand, two terrorists ? allegedly belonging to a banned extremist outfit ? were shot dead in Nawa Killi near Quetta, Balochistan. Police said they were attempting to arrest the accomplices of an arrested suspect, who, himself, was in the vehicle with the authorities in order to help in identification. But the suspect's accomplices opened fire in a bid to help their detained friend escape. In the resulting exchange, one of the attackers, as well as the under-arrest suspect, were killed. Machine cartridges recovered Security forces recovered almost 7,000 cartridges of heavy machine guns from the ground Saturday night during a raid in Gotak village of Orakzai Agency, they said. The recovered cartridges were buried underground in order to hide them from police.
  5. File Photo KARACHI: Law enforcement agencies took into custody four suspects late Friday night during different search operations carried out in various parts of the metropolis, police said. Two suspects were detained during a raid in New Karachi locale, security officials stated, adding that weapons were recovered from the arrestees. On the other hand, two other suspects belonging to the Taala Torr group were arrested, Rao Anwar ? the Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) for Malir ? said. The two detainees are accused of robbing shops around the city by breaking the locks outside and escaping with cash, the police officer explained. Anwar added that cutters and other lock-breaking tools were recovered from the two suspects.
  6. RAWALPINDI: Frontier Corps has increased its Intelligence Based Operations (IBOs) in support of the Kuhusal Balochistan program, conducting operations in various areas, the ISPR stated on Friday. According to a statement released by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) wing of the Pakistan Army, FC Balochistan conducted IBOs in Sui, Muslim Bagh, Barkhan, Sambaza, Mekhtar/Loralai and Mastung areas. During the raids, suspects including illegal Afghan nationals were apprehended. Caches of arms, ammunition and explosives including Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) were recovered, the statement concluded.
  7. File Photo HAFIZABAD: At least 16 suspects were taken into custody late Sunday night following search operations carried out by police in various areas around the city, including Pindi Bhattian, Jalalpur, and Sukheki, law enforcement agencies (LEAs) said. The detainees included one wanted criminal as well, officials noted. Authorities added that weapons and contraband were recovered from the arrestees, against whom respective cases were registered.
  8. FILE PHOTO: People wave Turkey's national flags as they attend a ceremony marking the first anniversary of the attempted coup in front of the Turkish Parliament in Ankara, Turkey July 16, 2017. REUTERS ISTANBUL: Turkish authorities have begun freeing some suspects arrested for involvement in a coup attempt after they found that thousands had been unwittingly re-directed to a messaging app used by the plotters, media outlets reported on Friday. Turkey has identified 215,000 users of the ByLock messaging app and started investigating more than 23,000 of them. Ankara said many of those were re-directed to ByLock unwittingly via a different app developed by the plotters of the failed coup. An arrest warrant was issued for the developer of that app. Ankara?s chief prosecutor said earlier this week that using ByLock remains one of the biggest indications of collaboration with the plotters of the failed putsch in which 250 people were killed. But he said he would ask for the release of 1,000 suspects unless there was any other evidence against them. Ankara prosecutor?s office said it would review the cases of 11,480 suspects who were re-directed to ByLock without their consent. Private broadcaster NTV said 161 suspects in Istanbul, 27 in the capital Ankara, and 14 in southeastern province of Diyarbakir were freed. Cases against 36 others in northwestern Yalova province were being re-evaluated, it said. The list of those to be released included a former Justice and Development Party (AKP) member of parliament and the coach of a soccer team. An accountant from the opposition newspaper Cumhuriyet, who was in jail for 267 days, was also among those released. The case against 17 other employees of the newspaper continues. Ankara said it would issue a decree calling for those released from prison to be returned to their jobs, state broadcaster TRT Haber said. Authorities say ByLock was widely used by followers of US-based cleric Fethullah Gulen, who the government blames for orchestrating the failed military coup in which 250 people were killed. Gulen has denied any involvement. Since the coup attempt, more than 50,000 people, including civil servants and security personnel, have been jailed pending trial and some 150,000 suspended or dismissed from their jobs. Rights groups say the crackdown has been exploited to muzzle dissent. The government says the measures have been necessary due to the security threats which Turkey has faced since the failed putsch.
  9. Zafir Khan, 18, was shot dead and his friend injured during a road rage incident near Karachi's Sea View beach on December 3 KARACHI: Police on Wednesday released three suspects in Zafir Khan murder case for want of evidence, Geo News reported. Zafir Khan, 18, was shot dead and his friend injured during a road rage incident near Karachi's Sea View beach on December 3. Police had arrested Khawar Burni, the prime suspect, along with some other suspects for their involvement in the murder with the help of CCTV footage of the incident. The police submitted a report to Judicial Magistrate South declaring three suspects, Hassan Burni, Haider Hussain and Raza Burni, as not guilty. An investigation officer in the case told the court that the police found no evidence to try the aforementioned in the murder case. The officer asked that the suspects be released as eyewitness also did not identify them as accomplices. Main suspect identified in Sea View killing case Three prosecution witnesses pointed out suspects Abdul Rehman and Khawar Burney The court approved the police application, following which the three were released today. The police also told the court that two suspects, Khawar Burni and Abdul Rehman, were on judicial 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 and beat up the passengers.
  10. KARACHI: Two people on Monday accepted their involvement in the brutal 'honour killing' of a newly-wed couple in Mominabad area of the metropolis. The suspects, Ziaul Haq and Ghulam Rasool, accepted their role in the killing in the court of judicial magistrate (West). According to the suspects, along with them; families of both the couple took part in the murders on the directives of a Jirga on November 22. They further informed that on November 23, the deceased?s body bags were secretly buried in Qaimkhani graveyard. The court ordered to send the suspects to jail after their confession. The unfortunate couple, 24-year-old Hadi and the woman, had married out of choice which offended their family members who wanted to kill them for bringing disgrace to their honour, the Orangi SP Abid Baloch informed Geo News. Another couple falls prey to 'honour killing' in Karachi Police said that the woman?s body was put in a sack and buried, while the man's body has not been discovered as yet "The parents, brothers of couple live in Nawab Colony. When I went to investigate, they confessed that in the jirga both the parties decided to kill the man and woman," said Qasim Hameed, a policeman. Police further said the deceased woman's father and brother were on the run. "We didn't kill them. Miskeen (woman's father) murdered them. He sent a message to us that your son ran with my daughter again so I have killed them," father of the man told Geo News. Authorities started looking out for the couple after the landlord of their house reported to the police about their disappearance and presence of bloodstains in the house.
  11. ISLAMABAD: The Federal Investigation Agency arrested on Sunday four more suspects in the Automated Teller Machines skimming fraud. The FIA said that in the scandal, shopping mall cashiers were also found involved. Two suspects used to gather data from shopping malls, while the other two were involved in the scam from China online. The FIA recovered fake debit cards and equipment from the suspects. The four suspects were presented before a court and then handed over under a two-day physical remand. On Friday, in a press conference in Islamabad, FIA Director Shakeel Durrani revealed the details of the ongoing investigation. According to which a link was found between the under-custody prime suspect and an Indian national. An Indian, Saurav and a woman named Ayesha from Italy were found involved in the fraud, said the FIA director, adding that there could be a gang behind the skimming scam. Earlier this month, it emerged that hundreds of citizens in Pakistan have lost millions of rupees over a couple of weeks after they fell prey to an ATM skimming fraud. Caught on camera: Fraudsters install skimming device on ATM in Karachi CCTV footage shows schemers installing a skimming device inside an ATM machine in the city?s DHA area 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. The highest number of incidents of ATM skimming took place at a major shopping mall in Karachi's Clifton area. What is ATM skimming? ATM skimming can be regarded as identity theft for debit cards. Fraudsters employ different techniques to record your PIN code for accessing the hard-earned money in your account. In some instances, the schemers stick a fake card-reader on the ATM, while in others they place a fake keypad on the machine to get your PIN code. Another technique employed in this crime is the use of a hidden camera, which records your PIN code and conveys it to fraudsters. A few ATM skimmers also change the entire display of the ATM.
  12. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/dfc6b49688207d27aa41ca51069cffc9.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9MTIvOS8yMDE3IDQ6NDE6MzQgQU0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT1zUURtS2ZoNFZjcVdva1pDS2NYZjhBPT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] KARACHI: Two suspects involved in kidnapping a five-year-old from Karachi?s Defence Housing Authority were shot dead early Saturday morning, according to the police. The suspects, identified as Zaheer Mirza and Zaki, were gunned down near Kamran Chowrangi in Gulistan-e-Jauhar. The Citizens-Police Liaison Committee (CPLC), and the Anti Violent Crime Cell (AVCC) were tipped off regarding the presence of the suspects near Kamran Chowrangi. When the CPLC and AVCC teams started raiding the area, "the suspects Zaheer Mirza and Zaki tried to ran away and also opened straight fire and in return fire, both kidnappers were killed", said Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) AVCC Abdullah Ahmad. Ransom money Rs0.1 million, purse, and mobile phone of abductee's mother were recovered from the possession of the suspects, said SSP Ahmad. The suspects were involved in kidnapping a five-year-old and releasing him after receiving ransom payment of Rs0.3 million on Thursday. The child was abducted ?while returning home from school with his mother in a car from the jurisdiction of Darakhshan Police Station?, according to CPLC. According to sources, the kidnappers had demanded Rs150 million from the boy?s father. However, after CPLC intervened, kidnappers brought down the ransom demand to Rs0.3 million. At least 21 members of CPLC took part in the operation. Karachi kidnapping: Minor released after ransom payment Sources said it was ransom payment not security operation that rescued the boy While talking to Geo News, CPLC Chief Zubair Habib confirmed they did pay ransom for the minor's release. He added they find out information through, a process through which they have managed to unearth 380 gangs over the past years. Sources further added that before releasing the boy, kidnappers called police and Rangers personnel to different areas of the city, including North Nazimabad, Board Office, Shahra-e-Faisal, Sohrab Goth and Hyderi Market. The kidnappers then asked the security personnel to throw the ransom money in an area near Rashid Minhas Road. Two women killed in separate incidents Two women were killed late Friday night in separate incidents in Karachi' North Nazimabad and Soldier Bazaar areas, the authorities said. One woman was stabbed to death in North Nazimabad's Block 'H' by her brother-in-law, police stated. The deceased and the suspect were identified as Asia and Kamran (brother-in-law), respectively, law enforcement agencies (LEAs) revealed, adding that the stabber has been taken into custody. Two women killed in separate incidents in Karachi The stabbing suspect was detained but the robbers managed to flee An investigation into the murder has been launched by the police. On the other hand, a firing incident ? over resistance during a robbery attempt ? left another woman dead in Parsi Colony near Soldier Bazaar, rescue and police officials disclosed. LEAs explained that the robbers had come to loot the deceased's family as they were travelling in their car when, due to resistance, they opened fire and killed the woman. The deceased has been identified as 35-year-old Ambreen, police said. A dead body was recovered from a hotel in the city's Lee Market, police said, adding that it was discovered with a noose around the neck.
  13. KARACHI: An anti-terrorism court on Saturday extended the physical remand of nine suspects allegedly involved in the killing of a newly-wed couple till December 11. Mominabad Police presented nine suspects; Noor Muhammad, Muhammad Umar, Adeel, Zia ul Haq, Abdul Sattar, Ameen, Ghulam Rasool, Abdul Rasheed and other suspects before the ATC. The Investigation Officer of the case informed the court that he wants more time for investigating the suspects. Police granted custody of accused in Karachi ?honour killing? case The couple was allegedly killed on the orders of a jirga in the metropolis' Mominabad area on Monday An anti-terrorism court gave five-day police remand of nine suspects allegedly involved in the so-called 'honour killing'. The case filed under the Anti-Terrorism Act sections and Section 302 of the Pakistan Penal Code nominated nine arrested individuals and seven suspects who are on the run. The couple was killed allegedly on the orders of a jirga in the metropolis' Mominabad area on Monday. The unfortunate couple, 24-year-old Hadi and the woman, had married out of choice which offended their family members who wanted to kill them for bringing disgrace to their honour, Orangi SP Abid Baloch informed Geo News. "The parents, brothers of the couple live in Nawab Colony. When I went to investigate, they confessed that in the jirga both the parties decided to kill the man and woman," said Qasim Hameed, a policeman.
  14. File Photo KARACHI: Law enforcement authorities (LEAs) took into custody 25 suspects following various operations conducted Tuesday night in different areas of the metropolis, they said. Four suspects were detained during a raid carried out last night in the city's Baldia Town. It was not revealed what they arrestees were accused of. In another search operation conducted in Orangi Town, security officers rounded up 20 suspects and recovered contraband from the detainees. LEAs also took into custody a gutka manufacturer in SITE area, they said, during a raid conducted Tuesday night. Police stated that they also seized the gutka manufacturing machine. 21 arrested in Vehari Police apprehended 21 suspects Tuesday night following search operations carried out in various areas of Vehari. Arms, liquor, and drugs were recovered from the suspects, police added.
  15. The suspects being transported by police personnel Nov 28, 2017. Photo: Geo News KARACHI: A case has been filed in the Mominabad police station against 16 suspects allegedly involved in the so-called honour killing of a newly-married couple on Tuesday. The case filed under the Anti-Terrorism Act sections and Section 302 of the Pakistan Penal Code nominated nine arrested individuals and seven suspects who are on the run. Miskeen, Ayub, Azam, Tanveer, Habib Khan, Maran Khan and a few others who are not yet arrested are named in the case. The couple was killed allegedly on the orders of a jirga in the metropolis' Mominabad area on Monday. As many as five suspects, including the father and uncle of the deceased man, were apprehended by the police. Another couple falls prey to 'honour killing' in Karachi Police said that the woman?s body was put in a sack and buried, while the man's body has not been discovered as yet Police said that the woman's body was put in a sack and buried, while the man?s body had not been discovered yet. The law-enforcement authorities suspect that the newly-married couple was killed a few weeks back. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/f9963a429dfd7cd6377d0faa8fd26767.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9MTEvMjgvMjAxNyA3OjUxOjQ2IEFNJmhhc2hfdmFsdWU9QUxCQjRZdldTeElpK0txYnF3RnkxUT09JnZhbGlkbWludXRlcz02MCZpZD0x style=center] The unfortunate couple, 24-year-old Hadi and the woman, had married out of choice which offended their family members who wanted to kill them for bringing disgrace to their honour, Orangi SP Abid Baloch informed Geo News. "The parents, brothers of the couple live in Nawab Colony. When I went to investigate, they confessed that in the jirga both the parties decided to kill the man and woman," said Qasim Hameed, a policeman. Police further said the deceased woman's father and brother were on the run. "We didn't kill them. Miskeen (woman's father) murdered them. He sent a message to us that your son ran with my daughter again so I have killed them," the father of the man told Geo News. Authorities started looking out for the couple after the landlord of their house reported to the police about their disappearance and presence of bloodstains in the house.
  16. Late Dr Imran Farooq. Photo: File ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad anti-terrorism court (ATC) issued on Thursday permanent arrest warrants for the suspects in the Dr Imran Farooq murder case, sources informed Geo News. The warrants have been issued against Iftikhar Hussain, Muhammad Anwar and Kashif Kamran. Their arrest warrants were received by the Federal Investigation Agency's (FIA) anti-terrorism wing. The court directed the FIA to contact Interpol for the arrest of the suspects within a week, as two of the suspects; Iftikhar Hussain and Muhammad Anwar, are in the United Kingdom. In light of the court's verdict, FIA has completed all its documents for the extradition request to Interpol authorities, sources confirmed. Moreover, sources said that there are unconfirmed reports of Kashif Kamran's death. Scotland Yard has named former All Pakistan Mohajir Students Organisation (APMSO) activists Mohsin Ali Syed and Kashif Khan Kamran as the suspects who assassinated Muttahida Qaumi Movement leader Dr Imran Farooq outside his home in September 2010 in London. A key suspect in the murder case claims the London-based party founder gave him directions to assassinate Farooq in a telephonic speech to workers in Karachi. The shocking revelation was made in a confessional statement to a magistrate by Khalid Shamim, one of the key suspects in the investigation of Farooq's murder in Edgeware in 2010. Shamim is believed by investigators to have planned the assassination and provided material support to the killers. Shamim claims he regrets his actions and has not made the confession under any form of duress. 'Assassination was birthday gift for Altaf' In the statement, Shamim said that after suspending party membership of Dr Farooq, the MQM founder said during a telephonic speech that he "could be assassinated near a park", A copy of the statement obtained by Geo News revealed that after the MQM founder?s speech, party leader Mohammad Anwar told him, ?Listen to the speech carefully, the Quaid has left a message for you for the future?. The suspect in the statement quoted Anwar saying that Imran Farooq was establishing another group in the party and it was necessary to stop him. He claimed that September 16 was chosen for Farooq?s assassination to present a ?gift? to the party's ofunder on September 17, his birthday. 'All planning took place at Nine-Zero' Shamim said that he, along with other suspects of the case Moazzam Ali and Kashif Khan Kamran, planned the murder. He claimed that all the planning took place in MQM?s headquarter Nine-Zero. However, funding was an issue. Shamim said that the MQM founder sent 25,000 pounds through his nephew Iftikhar Hussain. The suspect said that they were introduced to Mohsin Ali, another suspect in the case, who agreed to go to London and provide aid for the murder. Shamim further said that he and Mohsin were arrested from Chaman border when crossing into Pakistan from Afghanistan in 2015. Farooq, 50, a founding member of the MQM, was stabbed and beaten to death in Edgware, northwest London, as he returned home from work on September 16, 2010.
  17. ISTANBUL: Turkish police have detained 165 people over suspected links to Daesh in Ankara and have arrest warrants for a total of 245 suspects in the capital and surrounding province, state-run Anadolu news agency said on Thursday. It said 1,500 police officers took part in the operation across Ankara province, raiding 250 addresses. No further details were immediately available. Private broadcaster CNNTurk said police in the northwestern city of Bursa also detained 27 suspects including some Syrian nationals over alleged links to Daesh. They confiscated documents and materials linked to the organisation during raids at the addresses of some suspects, it said.
  18. Saudi Arabia Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman. Photo: Reuters/File RIYADH: Saudi Arabia's Attorney General Sheikh Saud Al Mojeb said on Sunday that the government and private officials recently detained over corruption charges will not get special treatment because of their status. According to a report in the Asharq Al-Awsat Newspaper, Mojeb said the newly-formed anti-corruption body of the Kingdom is undertaking its measures in accordance with the law. On Sunday, Saudi Arabia detained 11 princes, four ministers and tens of former ministers, including the head of the national guard, the navy chief and economy minister. Mojeb, who is also a member of the supreme anti-corruption committee formed by King Salman on Sunday, said in a statement: "The committee has initiated a number of investigations as part of the state?s judicial duty to combat corruption.? ?The government of Saudi Arabia is undertaking these measures in accordance with its laws and regulations in a manner appropriate to the nature of the crimes,? he stressed. Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed among several detained in corruption probe Alwaleed's company holds the largest shares in Citigroup CN, and stakes in Rupert Murdoch?s News Corp and microblogging site Twitter ?The suspects are being granted the same rights and treatment as any other Saudi citizen. A suspect?s position or status does not influence the firm and fair application of justice. During the investigation, all parties retain full legal privileges relating to their personal and private property, including funds.? ?There is an independent judicial process underway, which will be fully respected,? he declared. ?Everyone is presumed innocent until proven guilty, and everyone?s legal rights will be preserved," he added. ?These actions were taken as a result of widespread consultations among the committee?s relevant bodies that comprise the heads of the National Anti-Corruption Commission; the Control and Investigation Board; the General Auditing Bureau; as well as the Attorney General at the Public Prosecutor?s Office; and the head of the Presidency of State Security. Committee membership stretches across all relevant government offices to ensure proper checks and balances," he said further. ?This is part of an overhaul to ensure transparency, openness and good governance,? concluded the statement.
  19. Accused being presented in court. Photo: Twitter DI KHAN: Police obtained on Wednesday custody of eight suspects who allegedly assaulted a girl and paraded her naked a few days ago as an act of 'punishment' in Dera Ismail Khan. The police, who have yet to nab the primary suspect, Sajawal, had sought the physical remand of the suspects for 10 days but Judicial Magistrate Adam Khan only approved their custody for three days. The judge also ordered the police to have the suspects' medical tests conducted. SP Ashfaq Khan said that the police have also recorded the statement of the victim in detail. He added that the statement was recorded in the presence of local Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf MPA Amin Gandapur. According to the police, the victim?s brother, Sajjad, was reportedly involved in an extra-marital affair with a girl in the Girah Mut locality. A panchayat (council of elders) settled the matter by fining the male's Rs0.25 million but on October 27, the girl was assaulted and paraded on the road as 'punishment'. According to a press release, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa police has assigned the task of supervising the investigation to Regional Police Officer Fida Hasan Shah for a swift and impartial conclusion of the case. The FIR, number 210, has been registered at the Chaudhwan Police Station, DI Khan.
  20. Mufti Abdul Qavi appearing in court. Photo: File MULTAN: Mufti Abdul Qavi, a suspect in the Qandeel Baloch murder case, reportedly told police that he is related to the driver of the vehicle which transported the murder suspects as well as the owner of the house where Qandeel lived. According to police officials, Qavi, who has been in police custody for investigation for 13 days, told officials that the owner and driver of the vehicle which brought Qandeel's murder suspects ? her brother Waseem and cousin Haq Nawaz ? from DG Khan to Multan and then brought them back is his cousin: Abdul Basit. Basit is a suspect in the case and out on bail. Moreover, Qavi reportedly told police during investigation that the house in Multan's Muzaffarabad locality where Qandeel resided was owned by a close associate of his ? Mohammad Nawaz. Qandeel's parents blame Mufti Qavi for daughter's murder Mufti Qavi has been in physical remand of police for 11 days; police have now received a further two-day custody It was through Nawaz that Qavi attempted to strike a deal with Qandeel's parents to drop his name from the murder case, it has been learnt. Police will produce Qavi in court today where it is expected that his physical remand will end and the suspect will be sent to jail on judicial remand. He was arrested on October 18 after his bail was rejected by the court. Police have also conducted Qavi's polygraph test from the Punjab Science and Forensic Agency, Lahore. At the last hearing of the case, Qandeel's parents had blamed Qavi for their daughter's murder. Qandeel murder case: Revelations surface in Qavi's polygraph result 'The polygraph test result cannot be shared with the media for now' Talking to the media before appearing in court on Monday, they said Qavi is responsible for the murder of their daughter and called for him to be punished. Qandeel's brother Waseem and his cousin Haq Nawaz are in custody and the trial against them is under way. Qandeel Baloch murder case Baloch, who shot to fame for her provocative selfies that polarised Pakistan, was allegedly strangled on July 16, 2016 by her brother Waseem. In his confession, Waseem claimed she had brought shame on the family and owned up to his crime in a press conference after his arrest the same day. Prior to her death, Baloch, whose real name was Fauzia Azeem, spoke of worries about her safety and had appealed to the interior ministry to provide her with security. Model Qandeel Baloch killed by her brother: Police She was strangled to death by her brother, CPO Multan said. In Facebook posts, Baloch, 26, spoke of trying to change "the typical orthodox mindset" of people in Pakistan. Federal Minister for Religious Affairs Sardar Yousaf had suspended Qavi?s membership of Ruet-e-Hilal Committee after Baloch released pictures of herself with the cleric in a hotel room weeks before her murder, wearing his hat and pouting. She had accused him of inappropriate behaviour. "I thought I would expose him as he is in reality," she told AFP at the time, adding: "He is a different person alone and different when he has his followers around him." She faced frequent abuse and death threats but continued to post provocative pictures and videos. The so-called 'honour-killing' had sent shockwaves across the country and triggered an outpouring of grief on social media for Baloch.
  21. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/96269e889c0da8796d64730dc0f38cbe.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9MTEvMS8yMDE3IDU6MzM6MjggQU0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT1tQitZeDE1dGxIRjhnTGUwM2h0QS9BPT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] ISLAMABAD: Police on Wednesday submitted the initial report of the attack on senior The News journalist Ahmad Noorani to the Interior Ministry and also released the sketches of two suspected attackers. The notice issued by the Aabpara Police says that a prize of Rs200,000 will be given to anyone providing information on the suspects and the informants' names would be kept secret. The pictures of six suspects, extracted from CCTV footage obtained from Safe City Project, have also been sent to NADRA for identification. Noorani was assaulted on the federal capital's Khayabane Suharwardy road on October 27, when his car was stopped by three men travelling on a motorcycle near Zero Point Interchange while he was on his way home in Islamabad from Rawalpindi. Why Noorani was attacked From Kamran Khan to Umar Cheema and from Matiullah Jan to Ahmad Noorani, attempts had been made to silence voices of journalists The three men got down from their unmarked motorcycle after chasing down Noorani's car while another three, who were standing where the car was stopped with another unmarked motorcycle, joined in and severely beat up Noorani and his driver with iron rods after throwing out the keys from the ignition. The attackers sped away on the two bikes, with no licence plates, towards Zero Point after onlookers began gathering at the site and traffic started coming to a halt on the busy road. The journalist was taken to the hospital and is now out of danger. The attack was strongly condemned by journalists, rights activists and political leaders. Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal visited Noorani on Tuesday and said that he is personally supervising the investigation of the attack.
  22. Chinese nationals (in orange vests) who were arrested over a suspected internet scam, are escorted by Chinese police officers before they were deported at Phnom Penh International Airport, in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, October 12, 2017. Photo: REUTERS PHNOM PENH: Cambodia police on Saturday deported 61 Chinese nationals wanted in China on suspicion of extorting money over the internet and by phone, they said, but Taiwan said 19 were from Taiwan. Several hundred suspected scammers have been arrested in Cambodia, which has emerged as a major center of rackets that have cost the victims billions of dollars. Pictures sent to Reuters on Saturday showed suspects wearing red shirts with their wrists bound together ahead of the deportation. Uk Heisela, chief of investigation at Cambodia?s immigration department, said Chinese police had arrived to pick up the suspects. ?The Immigration Department deported 61 suspects, including 13 women, who were involved in extortions on the internet,? Uk Heisela told Reuters. Uk Heisela said they had been detained during raids on Oct 17 and Oct 21 in the capital, Phnom Penh, and in Kandal and Preah Sihanouk provinces. Taiwan?s government said 19 of them were from Taiwan, and that it had lodged a strong protest with China about the deportations. Taiwan has been unhappy that Taiwanese extortion suspects have been deported to China in the past and has accused Phnom Penh of acting at the behest of Beijing. China considers self-ruled Taiwan sovereign territory and Cambodia is one of China?s closest allies in Southeast Asia.
  23. KARACHI: Police arrested 19 suspects following raids carried out in various areas of the metropolis Monday night, Geo News reported. 12 suspects were taken into custody during a search operation in Saeedabad's Gulshan-e-Mazdoor area late night, Asif Razzak ? the Superintendent of Police (SP) for Baldia Town ? said. The police officer explained that the detainees are being questioned right now. Seven other suspects were rounded up during a raid in Orangi Town Monday night, police sources stated, adding that weapons were recovered from the arrestees. Authorities revealed that the detainees are accused of involvement in cases of robbery and encroachment.
  24. File Photo LAHORE: Two suspects ? alleged to be members of a motorcycle robbers' gang ? were taken into custody for questioning from Batapur, Wagah, late Thursday night, police officers at the area's check-post said. The arrestees were detained during a search operation law enforcement agencies carried out Thursday in the Batapur area, security officials disclosed, adding that the two were identified as Shehzad and Asif. Four motorcycles, two pistols, and some bullets were recovered from the suspects, police said. A case has also been registered against the detainees.
  25. File Photo KARACHI: Two people were injured during firing incidents late Saturday night in different areas of the metropolis, Geo News reported. A stray bullet left a child wounded in Orangi Town No. 2 last night, police officials stated, adding that the bullet came from an unknown direction. Another person was injured in a firing incident, which occurred following resistance during a robbery attempt, in North Nazimabad's Block U, rescue sources said. Police raids Law enforcement agencies carried out a raid at a supermarket in Liaquatabad area here last night that led to the arrest of three members of a robbers' gang, police officials stated. The suspects ? identified as Rehan, Mukhtiar Ali, and Ali Murtaza ? hail from different areas, with the former a local resident and the latter two coming from some interior Sindh locality. Police said a car and a pistol were recovered from the detained suspects, who had arrived at the supermarket with the intention to rob it. An alleged street criminal was taken into custody during an operation conducted in Orangi Town's Pakistan Bazaar area, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP)-West said. The police officer explained that weapons and motorcycles were recovered from the arrestee. Combing operation A door-to-door search was carried out during a combing operation in Lines Area and A.B. Sina Line locale, wherein 15 suspects were detained for questioning, police sources revealed. In addition, a gang war leader ? identified as Nasir (alias Cablewala) ? was also detained during the operation, security officials said. The detained gang war leader was allegedly involved in setting up illegal power lines in the area, police added. Rangers raid Rangers conducted a search operation in the Risala area here last night, sources disclosed, adding that no arrests were made nor any suspects detained. A door-to-door search was carried out during the operation, the sources said.