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Pakistani police: 15 killed in bombing that wounded lawmaker

Pakistani police: 15 killed in bombing that wounded lawmaker

Al Jazeera's Kamal Hyder, reporting from Islamabad , said Haideri was leaving with his convoy from a mosque when the powerful explosion struck. Citing sources, Geo TV said Mr. No group has claimed responsibility for the attack so far. An emergency has been declared at a local Mastung hospital and more doctors have been called to treat injured, Reported Pak media.



Trump and Putin discuss Syria and North Korea

The statement also said they had agreed to "increase dialogue" between fellow diplomats to find a solution to the war in Syria . In their second conversation since January, Trump and Putin also discussed violence in Syria , the threat of North Korea and Middle East terrorism in what the White House characterized in its 124-word synopsis as a "very good" conversation.


Massive fire breaks out at Sydney Olympic Park

Massive fire breaks out at Sydney Olympic Park

The fire has since been contained, according to the NSW Fire Service. "We don't know if anyone is trapped inside". Nearby sports halls were also evacuated. A NSW Ambulance spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia a man in his 30s suffering smoke inhalation was taken to Concord Hospital. "We have 12 fire crews on the scene with more on the way", she said earlier today.



Macron team announces candidates for June parliamentary election

The Prime Minister on Tuesday said he was looking forward to working with Macron to further deepen the cooperation between India and France. His victory at the head of a year-old pro-EU movement that has presented itself as a home for progressives of all stripes has blown up France's long-standing left-right political divide.


DOJ investigation may be over, but Alton Sterling case is not

DOJ investigation may be over, but Alton Sterling case is not

Baton Rouge Mayor Sharon Weston Broome said today that she was appalled that news of the DOJ's decision was "leaked" on Tuesday through the press before Sterling's family was notified. Sterling died on July 4, 2016. "The USDOJ's review of this matter was to determine violations of federal law: specifically, federal civil rights laws", Landry said in a statement.


China Fires Off Missile In Possible 'Warning' To US, South Korea

China Fires Off Missile In Possible 'Warning' To US, South Korea

The timing of the announcement coincides with the election of South Korea's new president Moon Jae-in and comes amid a continued dispute between Beijing and Washington over the deployment of a Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) anti-missile system on South Korean soil.