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  • Army sent Dallas sniper home from Afghanistan

    MESQUITE: The Dallas sniper had been sent home from Afghanistan after being accused of sexually harassing a female, and was described as a loner who followed black militant groups on social media...

    Friends there said the 25-year-old black man didn’t seem interested in politics, but his Facebook page suggests otherwise: he “liked” black militant groups including the African American Defense League and the New Black Panther Party,...

  • Dallas attack spotlights America’s intolerant fringe

    MIAMI: The Dallas ambush by a black gunman targeting white police is the latest spasm of fury that reflects what experts see as a rising tide of extremism and intolerance on the fringes of American society...

    For this reason, Black Lives Matter was quick to distance itself from the Dallas atrocity on its Facebook page on Friday...

  • Dallas shooter planned other attacks

    WASHINGTON: The shooter in the Dallas ambush had been practising detonating bombs and planned some kind of major attack even before the sniper-style assault in which he killed five police, the city’s police chief said on Sunday...

    A search of Johnson’s Dallas-area home after he was ultimately killed by police turned up bomb-making materials and a manual in which he wrote about military tactics...

  • Dallas, other cities on edge as racial tensions heat up

    DALLAS: Police arrested scores of people in demonstrations overnight on Saturday to Sunday in several US cities, as racial tensions simmer over the killing of black men by police...

    The demos also come after 25-year-old black army veteran Micah Johnson used a high-power rifle to kill five police officers and wounded seven in a sniper attack at a protest in Dallas, Texas, late Thursday...

  • Dallas police chief defends use of bomb robot

    CHICAGO: Dallas Police Chief David Brown on Monday defended the use of a bomb-carrying robot to kill the gunman who went on a shooting rampage last week targeting police and killing five officers...

    Civilians and police gathered for a moment of silence at a makeshift memorial in front of the Dallas PoliceDepartment headquarters...

  • Woman killed after jet engine fails on New York-Dallas flight

    A catastrophic engine failure on a Southwest Airlines flight from New York to Dallas killed a mother-of-two and forced an emergency landing on Tuesday, the first fatal incident in US commercial aviation for nearly a decade...

    Southwest Airlines said flight 1380 had been en route from New York's LaGuardia domestic airport to Dallas Love Field with 144 passengers and five crew members onboard...

  • Heavy rain brings down temperature

    PESHAWAR: The heavy downpour sent the temperature down in several parts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on Tuesday ending the weeklong hot and dry spell...

    The Met Office put the maximum temperature in the city at 36 degree Celsius and humidity in the air at 51 per cent...

  • City temperature down to 37°C as sea breeze returns

    The sky remained partly cloudy on Thursday and the maximum temperature was 37 degrees Celsius, said a Met official, with similar weather expected on Friday...

    Responding to queries by Dawn, the Met official said that the minimum temperature in the city on Thursday was 30 degrees Celsius and humidity — a measure of the amount of moisture in the air — was 65 per cent...

  • Karachi stays cool as temperature rises in interior of Sindh

    KARACHI: While most towns in the upper and central parts of the province remained in the grip of scorching heat on Thursday, the metropolis being a coastal city receiving relatively cool sea breeze remained pleasant with the highest temperature being 35 degrees Celsius — two degrees less than Wednesday’s temperature, said a Met official...

    Responding to Dawn queries the Met official said the minimum temperature recorded in the...

  • Political temperature up ahead of Bilawal’s visit to Badin

    BADIN: The top Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) leadership had a hectic day on Monday as it prepared for the most crucial election rally by party chairman, Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari’s visit to Badin, which has become a political battlefield with the rival Arbab group and another anti-PPP force led by former home minister Zulfikar Ali Mirza employing all available resources to rout the PPP in this district...

    Mr Bhutto-Zardari is set to visit...
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