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Booby-trap blast injures former Greek PM Papademos

Booby-trap blast injures former Greek PM Papademos

Sources said that Mr Papademos, 69, suffered serious injuries to his chest and groin after opening a booby-trapped envelope while in his vehicle. He was taken to the hospital in central Athens, along with his driver and security officer who suffered "light superficial injuries" in the blast and were being kept in hospital for "precautionary reasons", said the statement.



Manchester police not sharing intelligence with U.S. after leaks

According to information procured by Skynews Arbiya, the father of the terrorist is Ramadan Bul Qasim Al Abedi, member of the combating Libyan Group, led by Abdul Hakim Belhaj, who is connected with the Muslim Brotherhood Al Salabi, and who is living in Qatar.


Sweden drops Rape charges against Assange

Sweden drops Rape charges against Assange

Assange, 45, has lived in the embassy since 2012 when he took refuge to avoid extradition to Sweden over rape allegations. "He has been critical that it has lasted that long", Per E Samuelsson, his lawyer in Sweden, told Swedish Radio. Despite that, British police said they would still arrest Assange if he tried to leave the embassy. "This is obviously about consensual sex between two adults".



Hassan Rouhani says Iran will continue missile programme

It is a win that brings hope to Iran's reform-minded urbanites and bulging youth population, who long to see their country move past its image as an oppressive and insular nation cut off from the West. President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump walk to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem. "I expect Rouhani to lift the house arrest" of opposition leaders, said another, drafting technician Farnoosh Kazemi, 26.



Pakistan Army, government to jointly fight Kulbhushan Jadhav case at ICJ

A shocked Pakistan tried to wriggle out of accepting the verdict as its foreign office spokesperson Nafees Zakaria said, "We do not accept the jurisdiction of the ICJ in matters related to the national security of the country". The arrest comes months after another Indian national, Kulbhushan Jadhav , was discovered to be in custody of Pakistani authorities. "Issuing stay order on execution is normal".