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Hong Kong protesters march against extradition bill

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Published on : 10 June 2019, 12:30 PM
Hong Kong protesters march against extradition bill

Thousands of protesters came down on street in Hong Kong on Sunday protesting a government bill that would open the door to criminal extraditions from mainland China. China is suspected of using this proposed law to punish opponents in Hong Kong.

Fire breaks out at Bangali neighborhood in London

A devastating fire broke out in a residential building in East London. The fire broke out at 3:00 pm local time in the building located at the Barking Council`s De Pass Gardens. Fire service`s 15 units managed to control the fire. Twenty flats were destroyed and another 10 have been damaged. No casualties were reported however.

Imran Khan worried about end of contract!

Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Spokesperson Maryam Aurangzeb said that Prime Minister Imran Khan’s days of ease are going to finish because the expiry date of his contract with the foreign power is over. Imran Khan is now worried about the end of the contract.

Drone attacks at Saudi airport

Yemen’s rebel group Houthi claimed the responsibility of launching multiple drone attacks targeting Saudi Arabia`s Jizan airport. The group’s TV Al-Masirah confirmed the news through a tweet message on Sunday. However, no response was received from the Saudi authorities regarding the attacks.

Pakistan fencing 950-kilometer shared border with Iran

Pakistan is fencing 950-kilometer shared border with Iran to strengthen security. Pakistan`s army commander Moazzam Jah Ansari said the process of fencing in the border that is open for a long time has begun.

Moldovan president suspended, interim president calls snap election

A Moldovan court temporarily suspended President Igor Dodon of his duties on Sunday. Immediately after that, country`s interim president Pavel Filip has dissolved parliament and called for snap elections on Sept 6 amid months-long political crisis. As a result of this long political crisis, agitation and violence in the country are likely to spread.

`Saudi troops don`t know how to use US weapons`

Michael Malov, a former Pentagon official, said that Saudi troops do not know how to use US weapons. Talking to a news channel he said, "Saudi troops stocked various types of weapons made by the United States. And they kept many of those weapons in their warehouses since they do not know how to use them."

 

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