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Pakistan Court Orders Release of Cleric Wanted by United States for Terrorism

Pakistan Court Orders Release of Cleric Wanted by United States for Terrorism

The decision in Lahore also flies in the face of a USA offer of a $10 million bounty for Saeed for his suspected role in the Mumbai attacks. "And in case of Saeed, a designated terrorist, it also shows how Pakistan is hoodwinking the worldwide community on the issue of terrorism", a source said.


Mumbai Police sends Varun Dhawan a warning on Twitter

Mumbai Police sends Varun Dhawan a warning on Twitter

Replying to the Mumbai Police's post, Varun apologised for the offence and posted, "My apologies". The actor extended his apologies on Twitter to Mumbai police and said that the cars were stationary at a traffic signal when the photos were clicked.


Viral Pictures: Obama's daughter Malia spotted kissing a 'mystery man'

Viral Pictures: Obama's daughter Malia spotted kissing a 'mystery man'

Farquharson was reportedly appointed Head of School at Rugby School during the 2015-2016 academic year. The daughter of the former US President appeared in the yellow jacket on this occasion. The teen spent the summer interning at the Centre for Democracy and Peace Building in Northern Ireland. Sharing more details about him, it has been revealed that Farquharson began his studies at Harvard previous year and announced his joining by posting a picture of himself at the campus with the ...


Suspects in Christmas Terror Plot Released; On the Loose in Germany

Suspects in Christmas Terror Plot Released; On the Loose in Germany

Around 500 police officers took part in the raids on eight addresses in four states, taking six Syrian men aged between 20 and 28 years old into custody, as well as seizing mobile phones, computers, and paperwork. Hessenschau, a regional TV channel, and Bild newspaper, both reported that the suspected target was the Christmas market in Essen. Refugees tipped off investigators about the men, who were reportedly active ISIS fighters in Syria.


Students on rampage as 'shamed' girl kills herself

Students on rampage as 'shamed' girl kills herself

According to sources, the student had managed to sneak in a paper into the exam hall and was copying from it when the invigilator caught her red-handed. The girl was appearing for her semester exams. The invigilator had caught her copying and had asked her to leave the exam hall around 10.30 am. It was learned that the girl was found hanging in her hostel room.


UN Security Council approves tougher action on human trafficking

UN Security Council approves tougher action on human trafficking

Speaking at a press conference with European Union external policy chief Federica Mogherini, Mahamat drew a connection between the situation in Libya and the migration crisis, stating that because of the lack of governance in the North African country, criminal groups are thriving in Libya, including human traffickers.