Pakistan says mosque suicide bomber wore police uniform and breached motorbike security

Pakistan says mosque suicide bomber wore police uniform and breached motorbike security

PESHAWAR, Pakistan, Feb 2 (Reuters) – The suicide bomber who this week killed more than 100 people at a mosque inside a police compound in the Pakistani city of Peshawar was wearing a police uniform and entered the high motorcycle security, provincial police. the police chief said Thursday. The suicide bomber behind Monday’s attack had … Read more

Ex-Wagner commander says he’s sorry he fought in Ukraine

Ex-Wagner commander says he’s sorry he fought in Ukraine

Wagner’s former commander fled Russia for Norway A 26-year-old man took part in the fighting near Bakhmut He says he was afraid of being executed by his side He says he wants to testify about crimes in Ukraine OSLO, Feb 1 (Reuters) – A former commander of the Russian mercenary group Wagner who fled to … Read more

Airbus and Qatar Airways settle bitter dispute over A350s

Airbus and Qatar Airways settle bitter dispute over A350s

PARIS, Feb 1 (Reuters) – Airbus (AIR.PA) and Qatar Airways have settled a dispute over grounded A350 planes, the airlines said on Wednesday, avoiding a potentially damaging lawsuit in the UK after an 18-year dispute. month that tore the lid. out of the global jet aircraft market. The “amicable and mutually acceptable settlement” ends a … Read more

Canadian Province Tries To Decriminalize Drugs To Tackle Overdose Crisis

Canadian Province Tries To Decriminalize Drugs To Tackle Overdose Crisis

VANCOUVER, Jan 31 (Reuters) – The western Canadian province of British Columbia launched a three-year pilot program on Tuesday aimed at ending prosecutions of people who transport small amounts of heroin, methamphetamine, ecstasy or crack, as part of an effort to deal with a drug overdose crisis. British Columbia accounts for about a third of … Read more