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Man wounds 5 with chainsaw in northern Swiss city

Man wounds 5 with chainsaw in northern Swiss city

Police were alerted to the incident at 10:39 a.m. Update 12.45pm: Swiss police have said the attack in Schaffhausen is not a terrorist act. The attacker, who remains at large, is believed to have used a chainsaw, unconfirmed reports say.


Six Congress legislators suspended for creating ruckus in Parliament

Six Congress legislators suspended for creating ruckus in Parliament

Opposition members, however, demanded a discussion on the issue. Six legislators of the Congress were suspended for throwing pieces of paper towards the Speaker's chair and disrupting proceedings during Parliament's Zero Hour on Monday. We are fighting for the people. During the discussion in Zero hour, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was present in the house. In her order, Mahajan said all the suspended members had torn official papers and thrown it towards the Chair, prompting members ...


JUST IN: Mandela's doctor says he had permission to write the book

JUST IN: Mandela's doctor says he had permission to write the book

The book, Mandela's Last Years , released last week and written by a former surgeon to the late president, reveals that family disagreements had a bad effect on his health in his final months. "On the previous night, we surmised, a sudden ulcer bleed and concomitant lung infection had probably caused an aspiration from blood that was being regurgitated", an extract of the book, published by Penguin Random House, reads.


Pakistan arrests top official for forgery in Sharif graft case

Pakistan arrests top official for forgery in Sharif graft case

While briefing the participants, the legal team said there were slim chances of disqualification of the prime minister. Sharif has denied wrongdoing, a position Sharif family lawyers repeated throughout the week-long proceeding. The court heard arguments from both the government side and the opposition after a court-ordered investigation found there was a "significant disparity" between the declared wealth and known sources of income of Sharif's family.


OH cheerleader arrested after newborn baby found buried in back garden

OH cheerleader arrested after newborn baby found buried in back garden

According to officials, they received a tip about the baby remains, began digging and found the shallow grave in the backyard of the family home in the 100 block of Eagle Ridge Drive back on July 14. He continued: "Law enforcement is continuing to treat this as an active and ongoing investigation ". If convicted, she faces a short maximum sentence of only five years.



Mourinho: De Gea definitely staying at Man United

CARDIFF, WALES - JUNE 03: In this handout image provided by UEFA, Cristiano Ronaldo of Real Madrid celebrates scoring his sides third goal during the UEFA Champions League Final between Juventus and Real Madrid at National Stadium of Wales on June 3, 2017 in Cardiff, Wales.