Around 1,500 people descended on the temple — in a remote village of northeast Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province — after protesting against renovations being made to an adjoining building owned by a Hindu group.
Clashes have broken out between the majority Hindu and minority Muslim communities during religious processions in several parts of India in recent weeks.
During a House hearing about the attack on the US Capitol, US Rep. Andrew Clyde read from a prepared statement to take issue with people calling the assault “an insurrection.” “There was no insurrection,” the freshman Republican from Athens, Georgia, said.
Over the past few days the nation has seen Donald J. Trump at his feral worst — and his most dangerous. The man has never been fit for the office — his personality flaws alone should have disqualified him — and as his term nears its end, his petulant egoism and lack of
US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called Wednesday’s rioting at the Capitol “the biggest gift to Putin” from President Donald Trump. Glee from pro-Putin commentators in Moscow would seem to bear out that opinion, echoed by many US Democrats.