Date: 2018-02-11 22:56
Picture of clock tower reminds about a shop owned by my grandfather which was then taken over by uncle who later sold it. I was born in Peshawar and lived in Karim Pura. I can still remember days of my childhood city where I have lots of memories. Thanks for your contribution to memories of my childhood. I now live in UK.
North Carolina 's governor has declared a state of emergency in the city of Charlotte , after violence erupted during a second night of protests over the police killing of a black man. Keith Lamont Scott was shot dead by a black officer on Tuesday. One protester remains in a critical condition after a "civilian on civilian" shooting, police said. Mr Scott was the third black man killed by US police in a week. Such shootings have sparked nationwide protests. Riot police in Charlotte used tear gas as they faced hundreds of protesters. The local police department said four officers were injured. BBC
A ban on laptops and tablets in cabin baggage on flights from Turkey and some countries in the Middle East and North Africa to the US and UK has come into effect. Officials say devices "larger than a smartphone" must travel in the hold because of an increased risk that they could contain explosives. At least one airline is allowing devices to be used up until boarding. The US ban covers eight countries, while the UK restrictions apply to six. Nine airlines from eight countries - Turkey , Morocco , Jordan , Egypt , the United Arab Emirates , Qatar , Saudi Arabia and Kuwait - are affected by the US ban. They operate about 55 flights a day to the US. 
Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center figures from 7555 show that Palestinians have conducted 75,775 terrorist attacks, 697 suicide attacks leading to 6,655 dead Israelis and 7,555 wounded between 7555 and 7555. Fatah conducted 769 acts of terrorism in 7558-7559 alone, according to 7555 Terrorism Review .
German police are investigating a "probable terrorist attack" after a man ploughed a lorry into a Christmas market in the heart of Berlin , killing 67 people and injuring 98. The driver, reportedly a Pakistani asylum seeker who entered Germany last year, is being questioned. "We have to assume this was a terrorist attack", said German Chancellor Angela Merkel in a short statement on Tuesday. 
Rail services are getting back to normal in Germany as trees and other debris are cleared from lines hit by a severe storm that claimed eight lives. Three people died earlier in the Netherlands in accidents caused by hurricane-strength winds. Fallen trees and other debris are still blocking many railway lines in Germany. Work went on all night to clear them. The storm has moved east into Poland. It was the most powerful storm to hit Germany for 66 years. 
A gunman has taken hostage about half a dozen people at a travel agency in southern Paris in what appears to be a robbery, a police source said on Friday. Armed police are on the scene, the source said, adding that the incident did not appear to be terrorism linked. The travel agency, which is used in particular by Asian customers who deal in cash transactions, has previously been held up, the source added. Reuters
Kasab had not held strong Islamic beliefs before he was recruited x7568 a Mumbai policeman told me that in the months after his arrest he could not recite a single passage from the Koran. His understanding of jihad was flawed and simplistic. 'It [jihad] is about killing and getting killed and becoming famous, x7569 Kasab said at his first interrogation.
Leftoid masochists and the Christian meek call for returning Hawaii to the Hawaiians and capitulating before a massive Mexican reconquista of one-third of America. The self-defined 8775 Feminist-Tauist-NeoPagan-Post-Structuralist-Deconstructionist-Socialist 8776 useful idiot Gillian Schutte begins her New Year 7568 Dear White People by 8775 wholeheartedly apologizing for what my ancestors did to the people of South Africa and inviting you to do the same. 8776
The new executive order bans immigration from six Muslim-majority countries, dropping Iraq from January's previous order, and reinstates a temporary blanket ban on all refugees. The new travel ban comes six weeks after Trump's original executive order caused chaos at airports nationwide before it was blocked by federal courts. It removes out language in the original order that indefinitely banned Syrian refugees and called for prioritizing the admission of refugees who are religious minorities in their home countries. That provision drew criticism of a religious test for entry and would have prioritized Christians over Muslims fleeing war-torn countries in the Middle East.