Pakistan says the attacker at a mosque wore a police uniform and broke through security on the motorcycle

Pakistan says the attacker at a mosque wore a police uniform and broke through security on the motorcycle

PESHAWAR, Pakistan, Feb. 2 (Reuters) – The suicide bomber who killed more than 100 people this week at a mosque on a police compound in the Pakistani city of Peshawar wore a police uniform and entered the high-security area on a motorcycle, a provincial official said. police chief said Thursday. Moazzam Jah Ansari, police chief … Read more

Former Wagner commander says he regrets the fighting in Ukraine

Former Wagner commander says he regrets the fighting in Ukraine

Former Wagner commander escaped Russia to Norway The 26-year-old took part in the fighting near Bakhmut Says he was afraid of being executed by his own side Says he wants to testify about crimes in Ukraine OSLO, Feb. 1 (Reuters) – A former commander of Russia’s Wagner mercenary group who fled to Norway told Reuters … Read more

Airbus and Qatar Airways settle bitter A350 jet row

Airbus and Qatar Airways settle bitter A350 jet row

PARIS, Feb. 1 (Reuters) – Airbus (AIR.PA) and Qatar Airways have settled a dispute over stranded A350 jets, the companies said on Wednesday, avoiding a potentially damaging lawsuit in the UK after a blistering 18-month feud which ripped the lid off the global jet market. The “amicable and mutually acceptable settlement” ends a $2 billion … Read more

The Canadian province is trying to decriminalize drugs to combat the overdose crisis

The Canadian province is trying to decriminalize drugs to combat the overdose crisis

VANCOUVER, Jan. 31 (Reuters) – The Western Canadian province of British Columbia on Tuesday began a three-year pilot program to stop prosecuting people for carrying small amounts of heroin, meth, ecstasy or crack cocaine as part of attempting a drug overdose crisis. As of 2016, BC is responsible for about a third of the 32,000 … Read more

Families search for loved ones after explosion at Pakistani mosque that killed 100 people

Families search for loved ones after explosion at Pakistani mosque that killed 100 people

Tragic scenes when people are looking for their loved ones Attack in fortified area baffles authorities Rescue work continues to clear the rubble of the mosque The attack takes place in the midst of a political, economic crisis PESHAWAR, Pakistan, Jan. 31 (Reuters) – Distraught relatives thronged hospitals in Pakistan’s Peshawar on Tuesday to search … Read more

US court rejects J&J bankruptcy strategy for tens of thousands of talk cases

US court rejects J&J bankruptcy strategy for tens of thousands of talk cases

30 Jan. (Reuters) – A US appeals court has overruled Johnson & Johnson’s (JNJ.N) attempt to bankrupt tens of thousands of lawsuits over its talc products, ruling that the healthcare conglomerate improperly filed a subsidiary in Chapter 11. even though it did not get into financial trouble. The decision of the U.S. 3rd Circuit Court … Read more

Exclusive: Pro-Kremlin activists in Germany donated money for Russian army equipment

Exclusive: Pro-Kremlin activists in Germany donated money for Russian army equipment

30 Jan. (Reuters) – A group of pro-Russian activists in Germany donated money to a Russian army division fighting in Ukraine, and the money was used to buy walkie-talkies, headphones and telephones, according to a division officer and reports from the organizers of the group seen by Reuters. The couple at the center of the … Read more

Azerbaijan evacuates embassy in Iran on Sunday after deadly shooting

Azerbaijan evacuates embassy in Iran on Sunday after deadly shooting

BAKU, Jan. 29 (Reuters) – Azerbaijan will evacuate embassy staff and family members from Iran on Sunday, the foreign ministry said, two days after a gunman shot dead a security guard and wounded two other people in an attack. terrorism”. Police in Tehran said they had arrested a suspect and Iranian authorities condemned Friday’s incident, … Read more

Protester dies in Lima as Peru’s political crisis continues

Protester dies in Lima as Peru’s political crisis continues

28 Jan. (Reuters) – A man in Peru’s capital, Lima, died on Saturday and others were hospitalized as nationwide clashes between protesters and police continued in the eighth week of the South American country’s political crisis. The death of Victor Santisteban Yacsavilca, 55, brings to 58 the nationwide toll of protests that began in early … Read more

Israel vows to respond quickly to synagogue shooting

Israel vows to respond quickly to synagogue shooting

Shootings after incursion into Israeli West Bank, attacks in Gaza Israel Reinforces Armed Forces in the West Bank Abbas blames Israel for escalation JERUSALEM, Jan. 28 (Reuters) – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Saturday promised a “vigorous, swift and precise” response to a deadly Palestinian shooting near a synagogue on the outskirts of Jerusalem … Read more