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The former Pakistani prime minister and leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf has been accused of three different acts of terrorism, according to the country's capital police

Pakistan: Baloch politician accused of triple murder & kidnapping released on bail

The Baloch politician who was detained by police on suspicion of killing three people and kidnapping six members of the local tribe in Barkhan has been released on bail

Bulgarian customs officers seize private catastrophic help motorcar carrying narcotics & illegal substances

Frontex, the European border and Coast guard Agency reported that Bulgarian customs officers at a Turkish-Bulgarian border crossing recently discovered a car with a 'private catastrophic help' sticker on the bonnet filled with illegal products, such as cigarettes, potency drugs and sexual enhancers

Pakistan: Family of three deceased, blames local politician

After finding three bodies  with gun shot wounds in a nearby well, police officers patrolling the Barkhan District of Pakistan when they searched the home of renowned Minister Abdul Rehman Khetran. A woman and two men's bodies were found there. The deceased belonged to a nearby tribe

Saint Lucia: Drug trafficking charges, Gold Coast and Brisbane

Saint Lucia: Following a vehicle stop on the Gold Coast yesterday (January 2) that netted $2 million worth of drugs, police have accused a 48-year-old Thornlands man of trafficking heroin and methylamphetamine

Funds meant for Hemus highway utilized for constructing hotel, says Ivan Demerdzhiev

Ivan Demerdzhiev, minister of internal affairs, said, "After the Money passed through numerous companies, it went to build something different instead of Hemus. It was being used for constructing a hotel

11 convicts accused of Murders and Robberies detained and fined

Police detained a criminal gang that had been committing homicides, thefts, and robberies. The prosecutor's office declared that its 11 members would rub pomegranates in jail. The group's leaders were each given six and seven years of prison. The gang used a long automatic weapon, active from 2006's first day until July last day of 2013

Sofia: Woman hits child repeatedly, video goes viral

A woman from yard 23 secondary school in Sofia posted a video showing adult aggression toward a child, which quickly went viral on social media. The mother of the child released the footage online, claiming that a lady hit a boy minor six times during an argument. The opposing side's comments, "Don't hit the child," could be heard in the video she released

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Botev resumes Educational seminars with European managers, invites Nikos Karauzas

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Taiwan tracked 10 Chinese fighter jets & 2 Navy Ships

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