"Mines and improvised explosive devices (planted) in or near homes have caused more than 100 victims," the UN mission in Libya has said in a statement.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu to discuss Libya and potential ceasefire there with Turkish counterparts Mevlut Cavusoglu and Hulusi Akar.
Steve Li, a Senior Superintendent of the Police Organised Crime and Triad Bureau said that the man had been subdued by police after he’d fired a shot in the northern Tai Po district.
Meanwhile, Daesh set fire to farmland overnight in a village in Iraq’s Kirkuk province killing one person and wounding seven others, police said on Thursday.
No sooner were officers spared the agony of having to defuse the mines of the 1980s US-Soviet war than they found themselves in the eye of a bitter, bomb-infested storm between the Taliban, the US and their country.
Australian police said that the counter-terrorism teams raided two homes linked to the mass shooting that killed at least 50 people at two New Zealand mosques last week.
The parallels between Daesh and violent white ultranationalists should inspire everyone to be vigilant against a rising tide of far-right terrorism and the mainstream narratives that enable it.
Meanwhile, a major London underground station was shut down briefly because of a fire alert that proved to be a false alarm.
Federal agents searched a mail facility near Miami Thursday night to find who sent 10 pipe bombs to prominent Democrats and critics of President Trump. Investigators are treating the devices as "live" explosives, not a hoax.
Hundreds of agents have joined a hunt for a serial bomber who has targeted random people.
A total of 33 PKK members have been killed; eleven others surrendered while six more were captured alive, Turkish officials announce.
Turkish forces “neutralise” 43 PKK members during operations conducted last week, according to a statement released by the interior ministry.
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