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Eight injured in Karachi cylinder explosion

Children and women are also included in the injured

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Karachi: Eight people, including children and women, were injured due to a cylinder explosion in the house near Soldier Bazar No. 1 in Karachi.

As a result of the cylinder explosion, eight members of the same family were injured. Children and women are also included in the injured. The building was also damaged by the explosion.

The injured include 45-year-old Muhammad Musa, his wife Rabia Musa (40), Naveed Musa (10), Rafiq Musa (8), Gulshan Musa (20), Roshni Musa (15), Ambreen Musa (11), and Nasreen (12).

According to the rescue officials, the injured were immediately shifted to Civil Hospital, where according to the doctors, the condition of the injured is out of danger and all of them have 15 to 20 percent burns.

Police say that initially the incident appears to be an accident, but investigation is being conducted keeping in view every aspect.

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Pakistan

PM reaffirms commitment to just struggle of Palestinians

He said that during his telephonic conversation with the Ireland PM, he lauded ICJ decision to order Israel to stop its assault on Gaza and Rafah

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Islamabad: Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif Saturday reaffirmed Pakistan's strong commitment to the just struggle of the Palestinian people.

In a post on his X handle, he said that during his telephonic conversation with the Prime Minister of Ireland Simon Harris yesterday, he lauded International Court of Justice (ICJ) decision to order Israel to stop its assault on Gaza and Rafah.

Admiring Ireland's recent decision to recognize the state of Palestine, the Prime Minister stated: “This will not only send a message of hope and solidarity to the innocent Palestinians who are suffering Israel's brutal atrocities but would also go a long way in promoting Palestine cause and encourage other countries to follow suit”.

The Prime Minister hoped the oppressed people of Kashmir would also receive similar attention from the international community as they too have been enduring brutal occupation and denial of fundamental human rights for the last seven decades.

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Shooting in Tank kills worker of JUI-F

Police say that the incident took place late at night in which the deceased was identified as Maulana Ehsanullah

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Tank: A worker of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) was killed in the firing in Tank, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

According to the police, one person was killed by unidentified assailants in Shah Alam area of Tank.

Police say that the incident took place late at night in which the deceased was identified as Maulana Ehsanullah.

Former District General Secretary Shams-ul-Zaman Shams said that Maulana Ehsanullah belongs to Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (F).

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