Pakistan says mosque bomber wore police uniform, breached safety on motorcycle

PESHAWAR, Pakistan, Feb 2 (Reuters) – The suicide bomber who killed greater than 100 individuals at a mosque in a police compound within the Pakistan metropolis of Peshawar this week wore a police uniform and entered the excessive safety space on a bike, a provincial police chief mentioned on Thursday. The bomber behind Monday’s assault … Read more

Taliban orders NGOs to ban feminine workers from coming to work

Taliban order NGOs to cease feminine employees from working Comes after suspension of feminine college students from universities U.N. says order can be a breach of humanitarian rules U.N. plans to fulfill with Taliban to hunt readability KABUL, Dec 24 (Reuters) – Afghanistan’s Taliban-run administration on Saturday ordered all native and international non-governmental organisations (NGO) … Read more

Kabul lodge assault ends as three gunmen killed; two foreigners injured

KABUL, Dec 12 (Reuters) – Armed males opened fireplace on Monday inside a lodge in central Kabul standard with Chinese language nationals in an assault that ended when at the least three gunmen have been killed by safety forces, the Taliban-run administration stated. Two foreigners have been injured whereas attempting to flee by leaping from … Read more

U.S. House control hinges on tight races after Democrats take Senate

WASHINGTON, Nov 14 (Reuters) – Control of the U.S. House of Representatives hinged on Monday on several tight races that could secure a majority for Republicans following midterm elections that saw President Joe Biden’s Democrats beat expectations and retain the Senate. Republicans were closer to winning the House, having secured 211 seats compared to Democrats’ … Read more