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22 injured as explosion rocks Lahore


The blast happened at Bund road area, which is part of the route former prime minister Nawaz Sharif had finalised for his return to Lahore from Islamabad on Wednesday. It is yet to ascertain that how and when the truck arrived in the area. Scores of vehicles parked nearby were damaged in the powerful blast. "After a couple of minutes when I gained my senses, I saw some people injured", Hanif said. Lire la suite »

Apple Joins Instagram, Highlights Photos Shot on iPhone


Some of the company's noted competitors, including Amazon, Microsoft, Google and Samsung, hopped aboard the Instagram bandwagon long before Apple . The process is simple: Instagram users tag their images with #ShotoniPhone and Apple will act as curator of its own channel, choosing the best images via the hashtag and recirculating them from its account, giving nearly unimaginable exposure to its users. Lire la suite »

New Trailer for Mario Rabbids Kingdom Battle Shows Turn-Based Shenanigans

He isn't afraid to lay the smackdown on a few Rabbids, especially when it comes to those that are trying to mimic the looks of his allies, like Luigi and Peach. That, combined with his other skills, should make him a force to be reckoned with. Younger, less experienced players shouldn't worry - this is a Mario-themed game after all, and Ubisoft is making sure that it delivers something for newbies and experts alike. Lire la suite »

Chuck Norris Endorses Roy Moore in Alabama Senate Race


Senate". "And he will always put principle over politics". Norris is also a successful businessman, martial arts expert, and outspoken conservative Christian. Luther Strange, and Rep. Mo Brooks in what has proven a close - and contentious - race. Odd was appointed to fill Sessions' vacant seat by then-Gov. Lire la suite »

Convicted terrorist to have Israeli citizenship revoked


In his decision, Judge Avraham Elyakim of Haifa district court said victims' right to life took precedence over "those who choose to violate the trust of the state of Israel and carry out acts of terrorism in its territory". Today's court ruling deviates from this approach, from the principles of global law, and from the general rule according to which an individual can not be stripped of citizenship and left stateless. Lire la suite »

Calls for peace on eve of tense Kenya election


Regardless of where he or she comes from, their tribe, their colour or their religion. "I urge Kenyan leaders to reject violence and incitement; respect the will of the people; urge security forces to act professionally and neutrally; and work together no matter the outcome", he added, before addressing the Kenyan people. Lire la suite »

Knicks Hire Barack Obama's Brother-In-Law For Front-Office Job


The Vertical said Robinson, 55, will work in player development and serve as general manager of the Knicks' development league team in Westchester. He also held several collegiate coaching jobs spanning two decades, including head-coaching stints at Oregon State and Brown and an assistant position at Northwestern. Lire la suite »

City hall goes purple to honor Purple Heart Day


Today's ceremony begins at 11 the Illinois Capitol Rotunda. The day honors soldiers who are wounded in combat. They will both be eligible to ark in the spot, pending registering their vehicles with parking services. It's the day IL lawmakers set aside to honor those in the military who were killed or injured in battle and honored with the Purple Heart . "This is something that's been on my heart". Lire la suite »

Spelunky Developer Mossmouth Announces UFO 50


The 50 titles are "full games and not microgames or minigames", but "slightly smaller than commercial 8-bit titles" from the 1980s. All of UFO 50's games will feature a single-player mode, and roughly a third of them will offer multiplayer options as well, either in competitive or cooperative modes. Lire la suite »

Another 9/11 victim identified by DNA testing


The male victim, whose name was withheld per his family's request, is the first to be identified since 2015. Only about 60 percent of the 2,753 World Trade Center victims have been formally identified, according to the agency. Potential remains of more than 20 victims were recovered. His remains were ID'd through DNA retesting of remains recovered in 2001, according to the ME's office. Lire la suite »

Man 'kills wife at Oldbury house with children inside'


The mother was found dead as a result of serious head injuries. Police believe she was "violently attacked" before the husband -believed to be company director at a haulage firm - took his own life. West Midlands Police Detective Inspector Jim Munro confirmed that police are not looking for anyone in connection with the deaths. "It's understood the woman was violently attacked before the offender took his own life", he said. Lire la suite »

Anthem to exit ObamaCare markets in Nevada


Anthem, one the country's largest insurers, has already pulled out of exchanges in Ohio, Wisconsin and Indiana. The state of Nevada now has 14 counties with no health insurance coverage for individuals next year. "Today, planning and pricing for ACA-compliant health plans has become increasingly hard due to a shrinking and deteriorating individual market, as well as continual changes and uncertainty in federal operations, rules and guidance, including cost sharing reduction subsidies and ... Lire la suite »

Shirt Company Vows To 'Keep Fighting' Amid Swastika Controversy


Let's make the Swastika a symbol of love and peace. The new designs, which were added to the site on Monday, look very similar to the KA Designs tees, but each of the swastikas on them is crossed out in red. KA Design's use of the tilted swastika - as opposed to the traditional upright version - also raised eyebrows in light of a lengthy video posted on the page in July stating it was the Nazis who first "rotated it by 45 degrees, and turned it into Hatred, and turned it into Fear, and ... Lire la suite »

'Hero' T-shirt prompts brown uniform rule for Turkey coup suspects


Defendants accused of being involved in the failed military coup would wear jumpsuits, while terrorism suspects would wear jackets and pants, he added. A state of emergency was put into effect, resulting in more than 50,000 people have been detained and 150,000 public servants suspended from work - eliciting strong global criticism - after the bid to overthrow the government. Lire la suite »

McIlroy, Fowler, Rahm grouped together for US PGA


Spaniard Garcia won his first major title at the Masters in April to end years of frustration while Koepka's first major title came at the US Open at Erin Hills in June. They will start off the same tees and at the same times as the major champions group, but on the opposite days, opening Thursday afternoon and returning Friday morning. Lire la suite »

The lost home of Jesus' apostles has just been found, archaeologists say


Researchers said the bathhouse's discovery denotes the existence of a large advanced city in the area. These findings are consistent with the chronicles of the 1st century historian Josephus Flavius, who wrote that the Roman King Philip Herod transformed the small village of Bethsaida into a polis, or city state, called Julias. Lire la suite »

Bakary Fofana dénonce la passation de service prévue ce lundi — Urgent/CENI


C'est selon un arrêt de la cour consitutionnelle lu par Amadou Salif Kébé. Et en attendant, la maison CENI est confiée aux bons soins du commissaire Kader Aziz Camara, représentant de la Société civile. Camara. Sauf que le nouveau président, à peine installé, a déjà indiqué avoir comme priorité l'organisation des élections communales dans les meilleurs délais. Lire la suite »

Unión Europea preocupada por "el destino de la democracia" en Venezuela

La Unión Europea rechazó reconocer la Asamblea Constituyente venezolana. La declaración de Mogherini, que insiste en que el referéndum constituyente no ha hecho sino empeorar la ya grave crisis en Venezuela , llega poco después de que la empresa encargada de realizar el recuento haya denunciado la manipulación de la participación en la misma. Lire la suite »

It will far greater revolt if 35A is removed says Dr Farooq

He termed the meeting as important for making people understand that abrogation of article 35 A would affect all three regions - Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh. Article 35-A was extended to J&K through the 'Constitution (Application to Jammu and Kashmir) Order issued by President Rajendra Prasad on May 14, 1954. Lire la suite »

BART Police Search for Suspect in 'Unprovoked' Attacks


BART officials in late June finished installing cameras on all 669 of its train cars after it was revealed in January 2016, following a fatal shooting on a train at the West Oakland station, that many cameras on the trains were decoys. The suspect was not located. The victim and suspect did not know each other. He received medical treatment at the scene and was OK, police said. The victim was treated for a laceration to his head and transported to the hospital via ambulance with non-life ... Lire la suite »

YouTube update means you can chat about videos without reading the comments


After more than a year of testing, YouTube is bringing its private messaging feature to everyone. This Shared feature manifests as a fifth tab in the bottom bar of the YouTube mobile apps for iOS and Android. However, it's clearly meant as a defensive move to make sure that conversations don't exclusively happen on other platforms, which increasingly have video content of their own. Lire la suite »

Lunar Eclipse 2017: Who benefits from the lunar eclipse and how?

When the sun, earth and moon come in a ideal straight line and as the Sun s rays falls on the Earth and its (Earth s) shadow falls onto a patch of space and the moon enters that patch a lunar eclipse is seen, he said. After that, there won't be a lunar eclipse until January 31, 2018 - this will be a total eclipse, but won't be visible from the UK. In two weeks, the sun will be eclipsed by the moon. Lire la suite »

Body found in hunt for missing Arnold Mouat


It is understood Mr Mouat's body was discovered by a family member in a garage which had previously been searched by officers. A body found in a property in Bo'ness is believed to be missing Bo'ness man Arnold Mouat. Police searches were carried out in the area, as well as members of the public helping in the search for Mr Mouat. "Following a review of our response to this incident, Police Scotland has referred this matter to the Police Investigations & Review Commissioner". Lire la suite »