There was more bad news on Sunday for a Pakistani military already reeling from the fallout of the U.S. raid that killed Osama bin Laden: suspected Islamist militants launched a brazen large-scale attack on a Pakistani naval base in the southern port city of Karachi
By the time Kate Middleton begins her journey to Westminster Abbey on the morning of April 29, snipers from London’s Metropolitan Police will have taken their positions on rooftops throughout the city. If a bomb explodes along the parade route, police will siphon crowds into areas that have been blocked to traffic, and ambulances will follow predetermined routes to get victims to various hospitals.
Two people died and another 19 were injured at a central Arizona resort after spending up to two hours in a “sweatbox,” authorities said Friday. About 50 people had spent up to two hours inside the “sweatbox,” a dome-like structure covered with tarps and blankets, according to the Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office.
Chaos and death on the streets of Mogadishu: unfortunately, it’s nothing new in the Somali capital.
At least 16 people were killed, including international soldiers, and 55 were wounded when a car bomb rocked parts of Afghanistan’s capital Thursday, authorities said. At least six Italian soldiers were killed and four others were wounded in the blast, Ignazio La Russa, Italy’s defense minister said