LONDON — A man has died and a woman has been taken to hospital after a shooting took place during rush-hour in north London on Friday, London’s Metropolitan Police said. Somalia
Police were called at around 17:45 local time (1645 GMT) to reports of a shooting in Lordship Lane in north London. (Britan-Shooting)
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NEW DELHI — India successfully put into orbit five British satellites with its Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle’s XL variant (PSLV-XL) Friday evening, said officials.
In its first commercial mission this year, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) at 21:58 local time blasted off the PSLV-XL rocket, which stood 44.4 meters tall and weighed 320 tons, into the night sky, carrying five British satellites cumulatively weighing around 1,440 kg as its luggage. (India-Satellite)
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MOGADISHU — At least four people were killed and two others injured on Friday evening as gunmen stormed two hotels near the presidential palace in the Somali capital Mogadishu, police said.
The casualty figures are for the attack on Hotel Wahliye where one attacker first detonated a car bomb followed by other gunmen storming in, Ahmed Shire, a senior police officer, told Xinhua. (Somali -Gunshot)

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PHNOM PENH — Cambodian King Norodom Sihamoni on Friday signed a royal decree to deliver a pardon to self-exiled dissident Sourn Serey Ratha, whose Khmer People Power Movement has been labeled as a terrorist group by the government.
In the royal decree, the King granted amnesty to convict Sourn Serey Ratha, 43, who was convicted by the Appeal Court on May 28, 2015.(Cambodia-Self-exiled dissident) (Enditem)


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