HOUSTON: A gunman opened fire in Houston on Monday just before daybreak, wounding nine people before police shot and killed him, police said.
VERSAILLES: A man in his sixties opened fire on shoppers outside a supermarket near Paris on Monday, severely injuring two people before fleeing the scene, police sources said.
“Buddhist terrorist, Muslim terrorist. This wording is wrong. Any person who indulges in violence is no longer a genuine Buddhist or Muslim,” His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama told the European Parliament on Thursday.
SRINAGAR: India will go on hunting militants in Kashmir despite widespread protests over the killing of a young separatist commander, officials said, as the government bets that force coupled with development will quell rebellion in the restive state.
WASHINGTON: Acknowledging Pakistan’s effort in fighting against terror in the region, the US State Department has said that despite flaws in Pakistan’s counterterrorism strategy, it ‘remained a critical counterterrorism partner in 2015’.
TEHRAN: Iran rejected Saturday US claims that it was a sponsor of global terror attacks, saying instead it is a victim of terrorism.
QUETTA: The imposition of Section-144 and ban on pillion-riding seem to be ineffective as five more people were killed and four injured in different incidents of violence in Quetta on Saturday, ARY News reported.
KARACHI: The DG Rangers Major-General Bilal Akbar has said that black money worth Rs 230 billion is yearly collected from Karachi through racketeering, ARY News reported.
PESHAWAR: At least 10 terrorists were killed as a result of fresh action by military troops close to the Pak-Afghan border region on Thursday, ARY News reported.
QUETTA: Four policemen were killed in an attack on a police van in Pashtunabad area of Quetta on Thursday, ARY News reported.