OpenCart Templates
Home / 2017 / February / 20

Daily Archives: February 20, 2017

Rangers deployment in Punjab: Summary sent to governor

          LAHORE :In the wake of recent terror attacks across the country, the government of Punjab has decided to take a bold step, reported Dunya News. According to details, the government of Punjab has asked for Rangers’ help in the operation against terrorists, facilitators and criminals. ...

Read More »

4 North Koreans fled Malaysia after Kim’s death

Four North Koreans suspected to be behind the killing of Kim Jong-un’s half-brother fled Malaysia on the day he was assassinated, the police say. Kim Jong-nam was attacked and killed by two female assailants as he was walking through the departure hall at Kuala Lumpur International Airport on Monday. So ...

Read More »

Ankara detains nearly 1,600 for alleged links to militants

        Nearly 1,600 people have been detained in Turkey over the last week for suspected links to militant groups launching terror attacks in the country. In a statement on Monday, the Turkish Interior Ministry said that 1,589 people had been apprehended for questioning over alleged links to ...

Read More »

Hundreds of African refugees cross fenced border into Spain

Hundreds of refugees have managed to cross the border from Morocco into Spanish territory after scaling a six-meter-high barbed-wired fence, the Red Cross says. Some 350 refugees crossed the border fence between Morocco and the Spanish enclave of Ceuta on Monday. At least eleven of them were sent to hospital ...

Read More »

Famine declared in parts of South Sudan

Authorities in conflict-stricken South Sudan have declared famine in two areas of the African country, which is the world’s youngest. “In greater Unity [State], some counties are classified [as being] in famine or… risk of famine,” said Isaiah Chol Aruai, the chairman of South Sudan’s National Bureau of Statistic, on ...

Read More »