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Six killed in Pakistan building collapse

Six killed in Pakistan building collapse

Five of the injured are said to be in critical condition. The collapsed building was not part of the list of Karachi's 300 dilapidated buildings, he said. TV footage showed a teenage boy crying for help as residents struggled with their hands to remove a concrete pillar that had fallen on his leg. The people are helping themselves to rescue the persons who are stuck in the debris.


Trump names special counsel to handle Russian Federation meddling probe

Trump names special counsel to handle Russian Federation meddling probe

Stephen Immelt, the CEO of Hogan Lovells, announced Cobb's coming departure from the firm in a Friday afternoon email to employees of the firm. For weeks, Donald McGahn II, the White House counsel, has been urging Trump to bolster his in-house team with a seasoned lawyer to help deal with an expected flood of document requests from the Justice Department's special counsel, Robert S.


Disrespectful goat caught on camera smashing windows at U.S. office

Disrespectful goat caught on camera smashing windows at U.S. office

The footage, uploaded to the company's YouTube channel on Monday, shows a goat ramming the front door's glass repeatedly, only to walk away when the pane smashes to the floor. At the time of writing, the video has over 21,000 upvotes on the videos subreddit. The goat then takes off along with its accomplices. No one dislikes goats.


Woman runs to toddler's side after he is thrown into traffic

Woman runs to toddler's side after he is thrown into traffic

The vehicle in front of her swerved abruptly and suddenly the unthinkable happened: a small boy stood up. The auto in front of the Willner's swerved, narrowly missing the child. Other witnesses also rushed to held, Willner said. "He was soaking wet; he was crying". The witnesses then detained Bryant Hickcox, age 30, until officers arrived.


Ericsson posts bigger loss than expected in Q2

Ericsson posts bigger loss than expected in Q2

The company said it saw "increased risk of further market and customer project adjustments with an estimated negative impact on operating income of 3 to 5 billion kronor for the coming 12 months". Overall sales slumped 8 percent to 50 billion kronor. Together, this could hit second-half operating income by SEK2.9 billion. Net sales for the quarter declined 8 percent to 49.9 billion Swedish kronor from 54.1 billion kronor a year ago.


Government vows £1.3bn additional funding for schools

Government vows £1.3bn additional funding for schools

The education secretary pitched the extra £1.3bn for schools in England as new cash but it quickly emerged that the money was being diverted from other parts of the education budget, rather than the Treasury. Commenting on the additional investment, Justine Greening said: "It will mean an increase in the basic amount that every pupil will get, protected funding for those with high needs and will ensure every local authority is in a position to give schools a cash increase through the new ...