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  1. Kate Middleton is reportedly looking to not "prolong" her feud with her sister-in-law Meghan Markle
  2. Aafia Siddiqui's lawyer says man was not her brother and Siddiqui's family condemns his "heinous" actions
  3. Russian President Vladimir Putin. Photo: AFP file MOSCOW: Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday said an explosion that tore through a Saint Petersburg supermarket, wounding 13 people, was an act of terror, as footage of the suspected bomber spread on the internet. Speaking at a meeting with military officers in the Kremlin, Putin ordered the nation?s security services to "act decisively" and "liquidate bandits on the spot" if armed militants put up resistance. His spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters later that the Russian leader was referring to all those "who harbour plans to carry out acts of terror in our country." On Wednesday evening, a homemade bomb placed in a locker at the supermarket in northwestern Saint Petersburg, Russia?s second city and Putin?s hometown, exploded. "As you know, an act of terror took place in Saint Petersburg yesterday," Putin said at a ceremony to award officers who took part in the Syria campaign. Those wounded in the attack included a 35-year-old pregnant woman. Putin?s 2015 decision to intervene in Syria militarily on the side of Bashar al-Assad has made Russia a priority target for Daesh. Anna Mityanina, vice governor of Saint Petersburg, said on Twitter that six people remain in hospital care. The bomb 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. Man in hooded jacket The explosion occurred at around 1845 local time (1545 GMT) as people geared up to celebrate the New Year ? the country?s biggest holiday ? followed by Russian Orthodox Christmas, which falls on January 7. Officials said the bomb had power equivalent to 200 grammes of TNT. The investigation is being overseen by Russia?s National Anti-Terror Committee even though authorities initially opened a probe into the attempted murder. The committee said the explosion went off after "a criminal placed an unidentified explosive device in a storage locker." Footage posted online by local media showed a man ? who did not appear Slavic and wore a hooded jacket ? enter the supermarket with a backpack and leave without it a short time afterwards. ?Fight continues? "Terrorism presents a danger to any populated locality in the world," he told reporters. He added that Putin ? widely expected to extend his Kremlin term to 2024 in a March presidential election ? had every intention to "continue consistent and task-oriented work to fight terrorism." "The fight is continuing," he added. In April, a suicide bombing killed 15 people and wounded dozens on the Saint Petersburg metro. Earlier this month the FSB said it had arrested several members of the terror outfit Daesh who had planned to blow up the Kazan Cathedral, one of Saint Petersburg?s most famous landmarks, among other busy places. Authorities have confiscated a large number of explosives used to make homemade bombs, automatic rifles, and munitions. Over the past 20 years, Russia fought two wars with separatists in Chechnya. Russians also frequently became targets of suicide bombings and attacks by militants from the North Caucasus.
  4. US President Donald Trump leaves after delivering a statement on the Las Vegas shooting. -AFP WASHINGTON: President Donald Trump decried the massacre of at least 58 Las Vegas concert goers as an "act of pure evil" Monday, but refrained from addressing calls for gun control. Delivering televised remarks from the White House, Trump ordered that flags be flown at half-staff until sunset Friday, offered prayers for the victims and announced he would visit Las Vegas on Wednesday. The FBI says it has so far found "no connection" between international terrorist groups and the Vegas attack. Calling for unity, Trump instead tried to console the nation - an act that has become a grim rite of passage for modern US presidents as each mass shooting rekindles the divisive national debate on gun control. "In moments of tragedy and horror, America comes together as one - and it always has," Trump said. "Our unity cannot be shattered by evil. Our bonds cannot be broken by violence. And though we feel such great anger at the senseless murder of our fellow citizens, it is our love that defines us today - and always will, forever." But in the immediate aftermath of the shooting, that unity was difficult to find. 'Right to bear arms' Police have identified the heavily armed gunman behind the Sunday night massacre in Las Vegas - the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history which left more than 500 injured - as a 64-year-old Nevada resident named Stephen Craig Paddock. Paddock apparently killed himself before a SWAT team breached his hotel room overlooking the concert venue, recovering at least eight rifles. Trump's vanquished election rival Hillary Clinton hit out at the gun manufacturers lobby - the National Rifle Association - which has backed a congressional push to make it easier to obtain a gun silencer. "The crowd fled at the sound of gunshots. Imagine the deaths if the shooter had a silencer," tweeted Clinton, whose Democratic Party has tried in vain to introduce lasting gun control measures despite the national scourge of mass shootings. "Our grief isn't enough. We can and must put politics aside, stand up to the NRA, and work together to try to stop this from happening again." The issue of gun control is highly sensitive in the United States and Trump's own views on the issue have changed markedly over his years in public life. After the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, where 20 six and seven-year-old children and six adults were mowed down by a disturbed 20-year-old, Trump appeared to favor stricter rules. Back then, president Barack Obama - who often called Sandy Hook the worst moment of his eight-year presidency and recalls even his Secret Service detail in tears - called for the deadlock to be broken and for Congress to act. At that time Trump tweeted: "President Obama spoke for me and every American in his remarks in #Newtown Connecticut." But since then Trump - whose White House bid was eagerly endorsed by the NRA - has positioned himself as a staunch defender of the constitutional "right to keep and bear arms." US Senator Chris Murphy, who was the congressman for Sandy Hook, renewed a call for action in the wake of the Las Vegas attack. "Nowhere but America do horrific large-scale mass shootings happen with this degree of regularity," he said. "This must stop. It is positively infuriating that my colleagues in Congress are so afraid of the gun industry that they pretend there aren´t public policy responses to this epidemic."
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