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TIKRIT: At least four policemen were killed and 11 wounded by two roadside bombs that targeted police convoys in separate attacks in northern Iraq on Sunday, the service and medical sources said.
Two died and eight were wounded when a bomb hit a bus carrying police on their way to work near the town of Shirqat, its police chief colonel Majeed Ghatran said.
Another bomb struck a second group of officers that was heading to the location of the first explosion, killing two and wounding three, he said.
No organisation claimed responsibility for the bombings.
Daesh have carried out guerrilla-style attacks in the area since their military defeat in Iraq in December 2017.
A building’s watchman habitually raped a mentally challenged teen whenever her mother went her way. He will spend 25 years behind bars, a jury ruled on Sunday.
UAE-based Indian expatriates as well as members of the international community looking for world-class education in a secure environment at affordable prices have got reason to rejoice as India’s first knowledge city developed in the south Indian state of Kerala is opening its doors soon.
An inebriated tourist who smacked a police officer with a liquor bottle and headbutted another told judges on Sunday he was too drunk to understand his actions.
More than 400 students and staff from 27 schools around the United Arab Emirates, along with representatives from industry and government along with students and faculty members from the American University of Sharjah (AUS), attended the popular annual Environmental Day 2019 held at AUS on April 18. Organised by the university’s Department of Biology, Chemistry and Environmental Sciences, in collaboration with the AUS Office of Enrolment Management, this year’s event theme was “The Energy of Science.”