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No free burgers: the police vacate the fast-food branch and cause a scandal
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No free burgers: the police vacate the fast-food branch and cause a scandal

Lahore - All 19 employees at a fast food restaurant in Lahore (Pakistan's second largest city) were arrested by police. The curious reason is now causing a lot of fuss internationally.Burger chain employees do not give free burgersOfficials then arrested 19 employeesSenior police chief announces suspensionsAs reported by "BBC", all 19 employees of the burger chain "Johnny & Jugnu" were arrested on Friday (June 11, local time) and held overnight after they refused to provide police officers with free burgers. Recommended editorial content At this point you will find relevant content from the external Apester platform that supplements the article. You can display it and hide it again with just one click. I consent to external content from the external Apester platform ...
Pilgrims’ bus capsizes in Pakistan, 20 dead
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Pilgrims’ bus capsizes in Pakistan, 20 dead

According to Imran Ahmad, an official of the Levies security forces, an alleged negligence of the driver was the cause of the accident, but he pointed out that the authorities were still investigating what happened.Pilgrims were returning to Dadu, a district in the neighboring southern province of Sindh, after visiting the shrine of a Sufi saint. Khuzdar District Deputy Commissioner Bashir Ahmed said the driver lost control of the vehicle on a sharp curve.The bus was crowded and several of the pilgrims were sitting on the roof at the time of the accident.Ahmed added, noting that the prognosis for some of the injured was critical and that the driver also suffered injuries. !function(f,b,e,v,n,t,s) {if(f.fbq)return;n=f.fbq=function(){n.callMethod? n.callMethod.apply(n,arguments):n.queue.pus...
Bus crash with pilgrims kills at least 19 people in Pakistan
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Bus crash with pilgrims kills at least 19 people in Pakistan

A speeding bus carrying pilgrims capsized today on a highway in southwest Pakistan, killing at least 19 people and injuring another 50, police said. The accident took place in Khuzdar, a district in Balochistan province, local police official Hafeez Ullah Mengal said. Rescuers transported the dead and wounded to a nearby hospital, he added. Pilgrims were returning to Dadu, a district in neighboring Sindh province, after visiting a shrine of a Sufi saint when the driver lost control at a sharp bend and the bus overturned, he said. . Disclaimer: If you need to update/edit/remove this news or article then please cont...
At least 62 dead and a hundred injured after the collision of two trains in Pakistan
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At least 62 dead and a hundred injured after the collision of two trains in Pakistan

At least 62 people have died after a train accident that occurred this early Monday in the southeast of Pakistan. The accident occurred at dawn when the Millat Express derailed and fell onto another track, causing the collision with the Sir Syed Express in the Ghotki district of Sindh province, Pakistan Railways spokeswoman Nazia Jabeen said.Mohamed Usman Abdullah, Deputy Commissioner of Ghotki, the district where the accident occurred yesterday, said the death toll rose to 62, after more bodies were found overnight.Of hundred wounded From the collision of the two trains, 28 remain hospitalized, six of them in serious condition.The source indicated that the operations in search of bodies contin...
Pakistan: at least 43 dead in rail accident
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Pakistan: at least 43 dead in rail accident

At least 43 people were killed and dozens injured in a collision of two passenger trains following a derailment on Monday in southern Pakistan, authorities said. An unknown number of passengers remained trapped in the cars destroyed by the accident near the city of Daharki in Sindh province, which the rescue teams took hours to reach. The accident occurred around 03:30 (22:30 GMT). A train from Karachi derailed and was then hit by another from Rawalpindi traveling in the opposite direction, a Pakistan Railways spokesman told AFP. "We fell over each other, but that was not so fatal," Akhtar Rajput, a passenger in the convoy that derailed, told AFP. "Then another train hit us out of nowhere and h...
At least 40 dead and many trapped in two train collision in Pakistan
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At least 40 dead and many trapped in two train collision in Pakistan

At least 40 people were killed and dozens injured in a collision of two passenger trains following a derailment on Monday in southern Pakistan, the authorities indicated.An unknown number of passengers remained trapped in the carriages destroyed by accident near the city of Daharki, in Sindh province, where rescue teams took hours to reach.SIGHT: A province in Pakistan will block the salaries of officials who do not get vaccinated against COVID-19The double accident occurred around 03:30 (22:30 GMT). A train coming from Karachi derailed and then was rammed by another from Rawalpindi, which was circulating in the opposite direction, a Pakistan Railways spokesman told AFP."We fell on each other, but that was not so fatal", Akhtar Rajput, a passenger in the convoy that derailed, told AFP. “T...
At least 35 killed in collision of two convoys in Pakistan
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At least 35 killed in collision of two convoys in Pakistan

At least 35 people died on Monday and dozens were injured in the collision of two express trains in southern Pakistan, according to a new assessment by authorities. The previous balance pointed to at least 25 dead. The Millat Express derailed and the Sir Syed Express convoy hit it shortly thereafter, said Usman Abdullah, a police officer in the Ghotki district of Sindh province, where the collision occurred. At least thirty passengers have been killed in a result of collision of two trains near Ghotki this morning @PakrailPK https://t.co/Zts8dyU2p4 pic.twitter.com/0fFMIicMYF - Radio Pakistan (@RadioPakistan) June 7, 2021 Between 15 to 20 passengers are still trapped in the wreckage of the Millat Express train and authoriti...
They found an exotic pair of leopards from Persia
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They found an exotic pair of leopards from Persia

A couple of persian leopards, an exotic endangered species, was recorded and photographed in the wild for the first time in Pakistan, the country's authorities reported on Friday.Sharifuddin Baloch, Head of the Environment for Baluchistan Province, said the two animals were found for the first time six months ago in the Hazarganji Chiltan National Park. “We equip our staff with cameras and binoculars to record the couple and take photos of them. This month our workers succeeded ”, explained Baloch and highlighted that there is no data that this species has been seen before in Pakistan.Persian leopards are a subspecies of panther native to Turkey, Iran, Afghanistan, and the Caucasus. Adult leopards are very solitary and only move in pairs to mate.Because it is estimated that there are few...
Pakistan: explosion leaves 6 dead and 14 injured during demonstration for Palestine
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Pakistan: explosion leaves 6 dead and 14 injured during demonstration for Palestine

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The fake CIA vaccination campaign in Pakistan that helped capture Bin Laden
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The fake CIA vaccination campaign in Pakistan that helped capture Bin Laden

A fake vaccination campaign orchestrated by the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) to capture the brain of the 11-S, Osama bin Laden, 2011 resulted in a significant decrease in immunization rates in Pakistan, according to a study published Tuesday. The research, funded by the Ramón y Cajal grant and by the Ministry of Economy of Spain, appears in Journal of the European Association, published by the Oxford University Press. With the help of a local doctor, the CIA planned a vaccination campaign in Pakistan in order to obtain deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) samples from children living in the building complex in Abbottabad (Pakistan), where Bin Laden was hiding. The intelligence services suspected that the leader of the Al Qaeda group lived there, responsible for...