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What makes Imran Khan believe that he is the victim of an assassination plot Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Imran Khan says three bullets were taken from his right leg from the shooting which injured him last week. At least 9 killed and dozens injured after Russian jets bomb Syria’s Idlib Dozens of activists and citizen journalists published videos and pictures on Sunday of the destruction in the displacement camp Several dead after plane crash-landing in Tanzania Authorities have said at least 26 people were rescued. Casualty figures could rise further as search operations are still ongoing. What is the Wagner Group, Russia’s mercenary organisation The group — and its leader — have played an increasingly important role in Russia's war against Ukraine since the full-scale invasion of the country launched last February. I was hit by 4 bullets – Imran Khan “Firstly, they accused me of blasphemy […] they made tapes and released them and PMLN projected it, I knew who was doing it. 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German climate activists throw mashed potatoes on Monet painting Climate activists flung mashed potatoes on a painting by Claude Monet at a museum in the Germany Protests erupt across country after Imran’s disqualification Workers of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) are protesting in different parts of the country. Giorgia Meloni sworn in as Italy’s prime minister Giorgia Meloni, the hard-right leader who was sworn in as Italy’s first female prime minister on Saturday. UN chief chides India on rights record U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres on Wednesday urged Indians to condemn hate speech. Women in Media The purpose of journalism is to provide citizens info they need to make best dicision regarding life, lifestyle, societies and communiities. Hamas delegation meets Syria’s Assad in Damascus Syrian President, Bashar Al-Assad, met Wednesday in Damascus with representatives of Palestinian factions, including Hamas group, Anadolu News Agency reports. Iranian climber who competed without a hijab met by jubilant crowds in Tehran Iranian climber who competed without a hijab met by jubilant crowds in Tehran EU, US warns Iran more sanctions likely over drone supplies to Russia Ukrainian official has accused Iran of murdering Ukrainians, after Russia attacked cities with kamikaze drones, made in the Islamic Republic and allegedly sold to Moscow. Kyiv hit by multiple blasts as Ukraine reports kamikaze drone strikes According to Anton Gerashchenko, a senior Ukrainian presidential adviser, the capital was attacked by “Iranian drones”. Violent protest in Paris against inflation and climate crisis Three weeks into a refinery strike that has caused fuel shortages across the country, tens of thousands of protesters marched in Paris on Sunday President Ramaphosa received by Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince in Jeddah Ramaphosa was given a ceremonial welcome at the Royal Court of al-Salam Palace. Turkish mine explosion kills 40 and leaves many trapped Rescuers worked throughout the night searching for signs of life, after an explosion inside a coal mine in northern Turkey killed at least 40 people, and left dozens of miners trapped in ground. Doctor removed brain tumor while patient playing saxophone A 35-year-old Italian musician had a brain tumour removed while playing the saxophone in a Rome clinic Ukrainian President Zelenskyy visits wounded soldiers in hospital Ukraine’s Volodymyr Zelenskiy visited a military hospital in Kyiv on Friday to mark the Day of Defenders of Ukraine, where he handed out awards to doctors and wounded soldiers. “What credibility do you have to continue governing?” Liz Truss is asked repeatedly why she's remaining as prime minister. Iranian security forces intensify crackdown in Kurdistan Security forces in the provincial capital, Sanandaj, have used firearms and fired teargas “indiscriminately”. Most victims of religious hate crimes are Muslims and Jews: UK According to the UK Home Office's new report, the most victims of religious hate crimes in England and Wales were Muslims, and Jews. Kyiv hit by missiles as several Ukrainian cities come under Russian attack Russia has launched a massive wave of strikes targeting cities across Ukraine. Crucial bridge between Crimea and Russia collapses after huge explosion A bridge connecting Crimea to Russia caught fire early Saturday morning,. I am NOT What Happened to ME Things that happened in our past, obviously can have influence in our life. One of world’s most active volcanoes erupts again Dramatic footage captured the moment Italy’s Stromboli volcano erupted earlier this week. Body exhumed from mass grave in Ukraine’s liberated Lyman Ten body bags lay beside a roughly 30-meter trench, from which authorities said 32 bodies have been exhumed so far. 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