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World leaders condemn Taliban attack on Pakistan school

Distraught parents weeping uncontrollably after hearing of their child's death
WORLD leaders came together to condemn a deadly Taliban attack on a Pakistan school which left students cowering under their desks as gunmen were “pumping bullets into bodies”. More than 130 people, mostly children, died in a “cold blooded” killing spree by Taliban insurgents on Tuesday (16), who stormed an army-run school in one of the ...

100 people, mostly children killed in Taliban assault

TALIBAN gunmen stormed an army-run school in restive northwest Pakistan, killing at least 100 people, mostly children, officials have said. The militants have been ordered to shoot older students, a Taliban spokesman said, adding the attack wa More News »

Officers concerned for well-being of 16-year-old teenager

POLICE  are appealing for help in locating a missing teenage girl from the Ilford area of London. Sahra Hossain, 16, was last seen in at her home address in Ilford last Thursday (11). Sahra is of Asian appearance with very long blac More News »

Six charged following investigation by Scotland Yard

SIX men have been charged with terror and fraud offences, officers from the Metropolitan Police's Counter Terrorism Command have said. Zagum Perviaz, 35, and Hamzah Safdar, 24, both from London were charged with conspiring to pos More News »

India to boost women taxi drivers

NEW DELHI, Dec 15 (Reuters) - THE alleged rape of a woman passenger by an Uber taxi driver once again spotlights the risks of India's transport system, which fails to keep women safe. One solution: Taxis driven by women for women. La More News »
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