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The injured have been taken to nearby hospitals by rescue 1122 teams for medical treatment. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and the chief minister, among other politicians, have strongly condemned blast. Six policemen were also injured in the blast. All the blast victims have been shifted to various hospitals in the city and an emergency has been declared in all hospitals in Lahore .
  • BBCI: Five injured in Swiss attack

    BBCI: Five injured in Swiss attack

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    Witnesses posted footage on social media showing the area in complete lockdown, while some people reported being barricaded in shops as Schaffhausen went into lockdown. Among the injured to said to be an elderly man who suffered head wounds. A rescue helicopter was brought in to help the victims and the old town in Schaffhausen was sealed off.
  • Iraqi foreign minister not sure about fate of 39 missing Indians

    Iraqi foreign minister not sure about fate of 39 missing Indians

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    Al-Jaafari, who is on a visit to India from July 24 to July 28, met with Swaraj for a discussion on bilateral relations between the two nations. They were kidnapped by the Islamic State terror group in Mosul three years ago. We are going to do our best, but till now we can not say anything about their fate, ? al-Jaafari said. Iraq is a major energy market, being the second-largest supplier of crude oil to India (over 37 million metric tonnes during 2016-17).
  • Airline stocks fall as Ryanair threatens price war

    Airline stocks fall as Ryanair threatens price war

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    Ryanair said its profits were up 55 per cent in the three months to the end of June after average fares posted annual growth of 1 per cent in the period, largely due to the fact that Easter did not fall in the equivalent quarter previous year.
  • Mohammed Ayub Pandith's lynching case: 20 persons arrested, says IGP Kashmir

    Mohammed Ayub Pandith's lynching case: 20 persons arrested, says IGP Kashmir

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    Inspector general of police (Kashmir range) Muneer Khan told reporters that 20 people were arrested for the crime on June 23, when thousands had gathered for night-long congregational prayers on Islam's holiest night of Shab-e-Qadr. He was on security duty outside the mosque. "Investigation in the case is going on expeditiously and effectively". "The hooligans started heckling the officer and the number of miscreants' swelled".
  • Jeff Sessions discussed Trump campaign-related issues with Kislyak

    Jeff Sessions discussed Trump campaign-related issues with Kislyak

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    Trump can give Sessions the metaphorical axe anytime he wants, although under typical political circumstances, a scathing criticism of the sort he voiced to The New York Times would probably be enough to induce a resignation. Currently, the discussions of pardoning authority by Trump's legal team are purely theoretical, according to two people familiar with the ongoing conversations.
  • Sessions Lied About Trump Campaign Talks With Russia Envoy

    Sessions Lied About Trump Campaign Talks With Russia Envoy

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    Mr Sessions has recently become a lightning rod for Mr Trump's anger over the probe into allegations of Russia's meddling in the 2016 election . The president has long criticised leaks of information about the investigation and has urged authorities to prosecute anyone found to be responsible.
  • Obamacare repeal would spell loss of health cover for 32 million Americans

    Obamacare repeal would spell loss of health cover for 32 million Americans

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    Vice President Mike Pence can break any 50-50 tie in the Senate , but with Sen. Supporters say that this will allow Americans to have more flexibility when choosing their healthcare plans - for example, men wouldn't have to pay for plans offering maternity care - while critics argue that such a bill will leave people with pre-existing conditions with "virtually no real insurance".
  • German girl captured in Isis bunker facing trial in Iraq

    German girl captured in Isis bunker facing trial in Iraq

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    She had been in touch with IS members and was married to one of their fighters after arriving in the group's territory. She is reported to be in good health now. The Iraqis found three other women from Germany, with roots in Morocco, Algeria and Chechnya. Wenzel, who is thought to have converted to Islam after being groomed on social media, was arrested by Iraqi forces along with 20 female Isis supporters from Russia, Turkey, Canada, Libya and Syria.