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US: 20 hurt as city ramp collapses in Texas

Houston: More than 20 teenagers were injured after a ramp collapsed on Thursday at a beachside city in south central U.S. state Texas, authorities said.

Fire triggered by explosion of charger fan in Narayanganj leaves five hurt

Dhaka: At least five people were injured after a fire was caused by the explosion of a charger fan in Narayanganj's Fatullah region on Friday.

Admissible evidence, competent courts, critical to ensuring justice for ISIL victims in Iraq

New York: Competent courts, admissible and reliable evidence, and an appropriate legal framework are needed to ensure that ISIL extremist militants can be prosecuted for the atrocities they committed during their reign of terror in Iraq, the UN Security Council heard on Wednesday.

Paris: Nursery students stabbed while playing in park

Paris: A man on Thursday stabbed people with a knife in a park in the city of Annecy, southeast France, injuring several of them, including nursery children, French Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin confirmed.

Classified documents case: Donald Trump indicted 

Former US President Donald Trump has been charged for his handling of classified documents after leaving the White House, media reports said.

David Johnston claims to be unbiased despite enlisting help from Liberal, NDP

Ottawa/IBNS: Canada’s special rapporteur on foreign interference, David Johnston, insisted that he is unbiased even though he has enlisted the help of experts with links to the Liberals and NDP.

Seven, including 6 children, injured in mass stabbing in France

Paris (France): Seven people, six of them children, sustained gruesome injuries in a mass stabbing attack in the town of Annecy in the French Alps on Thursday, security sources told AFP.

US Treasury sanctions China- and Mexico-based enablers of counterfeit, fentanyl-laced pill production

Washington: The U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) sanctioned 17 individuals and entities involved in the international proliferation of equipment used to produce illicit drugs.

Pakistan: Christian person sentenced to death under blasphemy laws

A Pakistani court has sentenced to death a Christian person on charges of blasphemy.

Pakistan: Three terrorists killed in Swat

Swat: At least three terrorists, including two in-custody militants, were killed during an alleged shootout in Banjot area of Pakistan's Swat city on Tuesday.

Two policemen killed in NW Pakistan's firing attack

Islamabad/UNI: Two policemen were killed, and a passerby was injured due to gunfire by unknown gunmen in Pakistan's northwest Swat district on Thursday, police said.

Mine blast kills one in Afghanistan's Ghazni

At least one person was killed as a mine left over from past wars went off in Afghanistan's eastern Ghazni province on Wednesday, a district police officer Mohammad Nasir said on Thursday.

Bangladesh: Secondary schools to remain closed due to heatwave

Dhaka/UNI: The Directorate of Secondary and Higher Education announced that the classes of all secondary schools in Bangladesh will remain closed on Thursday, due to the heatwave.

Türkiye President Erdogan discusses Ukrainian crisis with Putin

Ankara/UNI: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had a phone talk with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin on Wednesday and discussed the conflict between Ukraine and Russia.

Passenger van overturns in central Afghanistan, injuring 14

Bamyan: At least 14 commuters sustained injuries on Wednesday after a passenger van turned turtle in Afghanistan's central Bamyan province, a statement of the provincial police released here said.