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Rescue worker killed and 10 injured as two IED blasts rock Pakistan’s Quetta; police launches investigation into incident
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Rescue worker killed and 10 injured as two IED blasts rock Pakistan’s Quetta; police launches investigation into incident

A rescue worker was killed and 10 others were injured after two IED blasts rocked Quetta's Khezai Chowk area on Thursday evening, police said

Indian Army refutes Pakistan’s claims of six casualties in ceasefire violation, calls country ‘propaganda machinery’
India

Indian Army refutes Pakistan’s claims of six casualties in ceasefire violation, calls country ‘propaganda machinery’

Refuting Pakistan DG ISPR's claims of six Indian casualties in the ceasefire violation along the Line of Control, the Indian Army said this again proves that the neighbouring country as a nation is only propaganda machinery.

Haryana quota stir: Mob clashes with security forces in Sonepat
India

Haryana quota stir: Mob clashes with security forces in Sonepat

A stone-pelting mob today attacked personnel of army and paramilitary forces who were trying to clear the road blockade in Sonipat, leading to a clash in which there were some "casualties".

Two dead, 16 injured in bomb blast at Bihar's Arrah civil court
India

Two dead, 16 injured in bomb blast at Bihar's Arrah civil court

Two persons, including a woman suspected to be a human bomb were killed and about 16 others, including lawyers, injured in a bomb blast at Arrah civil court premises in Bihar today which appeared to be aimed at helping undertrials flee.

Cyclone Hudhud: Radio bulletins helped spread awareness in remote areas of Odisha
India

Cyclone Hudhud: Radio bulletins helped spread awareness in remote areas of Odisha

Radio played a major role in creating awareness about cyclone Hudhud in the hilly and remote tracts of Odisha's Koraput district where people don't read newspapers or have access to television sets, thus reducing the number of casualties.

Up to 9,000 Afghan troops killed or wounded in battle with Taliban this year: US
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Up to 9,000 Afghan troops killed or wounded in battle with Taliban this year: US

Afghan forces are suffering higher combat casualties this year, with up to 9,000 troops killed or wounded in battles with Taliban insurgents.

Car bombs kill at least 10 people in Iraqi capital
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Car bombs kill at least 10 people in Iraqi capital

Officials say two car bombs in Baghdad have killed at least 10 people.

15 killed after speeding truck collides with SUV in Bengal
India

15 killed after speeding truck collides with SUV in Bengal

At least 15 people were killed early Tuesday when a vehicle carrying them collided with a truck in West Bengal's Malda district, police said.

Suicide attacker kills four women in Pakistan
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Suicide attacker kills four women in Pakistan

A suicide bomber's explosive vest went off in the house of a pro-government tribal elder in the northwestern Pakistani city of Peshawar on Monday, killing four women, police said.

Rebel attack on Syrian Alawite village kills 40
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Rebel attack on Syrian Alawite village kills 40

Extremist Islamic rebels who overran a village in central Syria populated by the Alawite minority have killed at least 40 people, activists said today.

Nearly 1,900 killed in Syria during peace talks
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Nearly 1,900 killed in Syria during peace talks

Activists say that fighting on the ground in Syria has killed nearly 1,900 rebels and civilians during the week of U.N.-hosted peace talks in Switzerland.

Taliban attack checkpoints; Afghan policeman killed
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Taliban attack checkpoints; Afghan policeman killed

An Afghan official says the Taliban have attacked three police checkpoints overnight in the southern province of Helmand. The police repelled the attacks but lost one officer

Eight passengers killed after Mumbai-Ahmedabad bus accident
India

Eight passengers killed after Mumbai-Ahmedabad bus accident

Eight passengers were killed in their sleep and 11 others injured when a private luxury sleeper bus rammed into a diesel oil tanker and caught fire on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad highway early Wednesday, police said.

Four killed in series of blasts in southeast Pakistan
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Four killed in series of blasts in southeast Pakistan

At least four people including three Rangers personnel were today killed in a series of blasts, including a suicide bombing outside the force's headquarters here in southeast Pakistan.

Maoists kill two more tribals in Odisha's Malkangiri district
India

Maoists kill two more tribals in Odisha's Malkangiri district

Maoists gunned down two persons suspecting them as police informers in Odisha's Malkangiri district, police said today

Policeman killed, five injured after bombing in northwest Pakistan
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Policeman killed, five injured after bombing in northwest Pakistan

A policeman was killed and five others were injured when a security forces vehicle was targeted with an IED in Khyber-Pukhtunkhwa province of northwest Pakistan today.

Violence on 'unprecedented scale' in Egypt: Amnesty International
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Violence on 'unprecedented scale' in Egypt: Amnesty International

Egypt has seen state violence on an "unprecedented scale" since the army overthrew Islamist President Mohamed Mursi last July following mass protests again his rule, Amnesty International said in a report on Thursday.

Taliban takes responsibility for blast near Pakistani army headquarters
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Taliban takes responsibility for blast near Pakistani army headquarters

The bomb blast killed four people Monday not far from Pakistan's military headquarters, a day after a Taliban bombing inside an army compound in the northwest of the country killed at least 20 troops, officials and militants said.

Thailand protests: Twin explosions in Bangkok, 28 people wounded
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Thailand protests: Twin explosions in Bangkok, 28 people wounded

Twin explosions shook an anti-government demonstration site in Thailand's capital, wounding at least 28 people in the latest violence to hit Bangkok as the nation's increasingly bloody political crisis drags on

Four passengers killed in bus collision in Jharkhand
India

Four passengers killed in bus collision in Jharkhand

Four passengers were killed and more than 20 injured Thursday when two buses collided in Jharkhand's Gumla district, police said.