The Telegraph
Wednesday , June 11 , 2014
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Raid on Karachi airport again

Pakistan’s Taliban insurgents claimed responsibility for an attack on a security academy at Karachi’s airport today, less than 48 hours after an all-night siege by Taliban gunmen at Pakistan’s busiest airport that killed more than 30 people....   | Read..

Constables fired for ‘stealing’ PM’s guavas

Two constables on duty at Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s residence here have been sacked for allegedly stealing guavas from the Prime Minister’s garden....   | Read..

Qaida faction in Mosul control

An al Qaida splinter group in Iraq seized control of the big northern city of Mosul today, putting security forces to flight in a spectacular show of strength against the Shi...   | Read..

Venice date for Clooney, fiancee

George Clooney will marry Amal Alamuddin, his British fiancee, in Venice in September, it has been reported....   | Read..

Jolie vows action, not just talk, at rape summit

Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie and British foreign secretary William Hague vowed today to ensure the world’s first summit on ending sexual violence in conflict result...   | Read..
Paramilitary soldiers search for terrorists after Taliban insurgents attacked a security academy near the airport in Karachi on Tuesday. (Reuters)
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