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Pakistani man killed during TikTok stunt on train track

Pakistani man killed during TikTok stunt on train track

A young man was hit and killed by a train in Pakistan while being filmed walking along the tracks for a TikTok stunt, police and rescue officials said Saturday.

Relatively spared by the coronavirus pandemic, Pakistanis drop their guard

Relatively spared by the coronavirus pandemic, Pakistanis drop their guard

Alongside the usual snacks arranged on a tray balanced on one hand, Momin Khan sells face masks to passengers at a crowded bus stand in Islamabad.

Bilawal calls for no-trust motion

Bilawal calls for no-trust motion

Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has called for the opposition parties to mount a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan.

Khan orders immediate start of housing projects

Khan orders immediate start of housing projects

Prime Minister Imran Khan has directed the authorities to immediately start work on the housing projects for the poor and low-income groups.

German Covid death toll rises above 50,000

German Covid death toll rises above 50,000

Germany has recorded more than 50,000 deaths from the coronavirus since the start of the pandemic, as public health officials expressed cautious optimism about a slowing infection rate.

Canada ‘deporting thousands even as pandemic rages’

Canada ‘deporting thousands even as pandemic rages’

Canada deported thousands of people even as Covid-19 raged last year, data seen by Reuters showed, and lawyers say deportations are ramping up, putting people needlessly at risk in the midst of a global health emergency.

Alphabet closes down internet balloon network project 'Loon'

Alphabet closes down internet balloon network project 'Loon'

Google parent company Alphabet announced Friday it was shutting down "Loon", a high-profile project aiming to deliver wireless internet via flying balloons in the stratosphere, because it is not commercially viable.

After big hack of US government, Biden enlists 'world class' cybersecurity team

After big hack of US government, Biden enlists 'world class' cybersecurity team

President Joe Biden is hiring a group of national security veterans with deep cyber expertise, drawing praise from former defense officials and investigators as the US government works to recover from one of the biggest hacks of its agencies attributed to Russian spies

Families of Indonesia jet crash victims hold memorial at sea

Families of Indonesia jet crash victims hold memorial at sea

Relatives of 62 people killed when an Indonesian passenger jet slammed into the sea scattered flowers at the crash site Friday, as investigators look for clues to why the plane dropped from the sky minutes after takeoff.

China finds coronavirus cluster in major chicken processing plant

China finds coronavirus cluster in major chicken processing plant

China reported its first cluster of Covid-19 cases among workers in a meat processing plant, raising fears among local consumers who have until now mainly worried about the safety of imported foods.

Three dead in Russian mine blast

Three dead in Russian mine blast

Three people were killed Friday in a gas explosion at a mine in the Russian region of Siberia, prosecutors said.

Privacy fears as Indian city readies facial recognition to spot harassed women

Privacy fears as Indian city readies facial recognition to spot harassed women

A plan to monitor women's expressions with facial recognition technology to prevent street harassment in a north Indian city, will lead to intrusive policing and privacy violations, digital rights experts warned on Friday.

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