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Pak fires unprovoked on LoC, Indian Army retaliates

Pak fires unprovoked on LoC, Indian Army retaliates

Even on Friday, the Pakistani troops violated ceasefire for the second consecutive day and resorted to firing and mortar shelling at forward areas along the LoC in Poonch . The latest ceasefire violation comes nine days after Pakistani army killed 35-year-old Naik Mahendra Chemjung of 7/11 Gorkha Riffles. The incidents of ceasefire violation in the month of October have been said to be on the rise, with the region witnessing a number of violations by the nosy neighbour - Pakistan.


Suspect in murder of five students lynched

Suspect in murder of five students lynched

The regional coordinator said the suspects gained access to the school after shooting the school security guard killing him on the spot before proceeding to the dormitory where he killed five others students. Matata alleged that a suspended student, identified by officials as 20-year-old Abraham Lochor from South Sudan, led the raid. He added that eighteen other students sustained bullet injuries and have been rushed to different hospitals in Turkana and Uasin Gishu counties.


North Korea threat: Guam again in Kim Jong-un's sights

North Korea threat: Guam again in Kim Jong-un's sights

The U.S. Department of Defense has also confirmed that the plans were hacked, according to a South Korean media report. North Korea is believed to be preparing to launch a ballistic missile ahead of an upcoming joint naval drill by the United States and South Korea, a news report said Saturday, citing a government source.


Mogadishu truck bomb: Blast in Somali capital kills at least 20

Mogadishu truck bomb: Blast in Somali capital kills at least 20

Security official Mohamed Adan told AFP news agency the "huge blast" was caused "by a trucked loaded with explosives". Police said people were trapped in the rubble of the Safari Hotel, which was largely destroyed in the explosion. "Many people fled their homes but I made a decision to come back after three hours", the witness told Xinhua by phone. Muhidin Ali, a Mogadishu resident who was close by at the time said it was, "the biggest blast I have ever witnessed, it destroyed the whole ...