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August 16, 2019

UNSC meeting testimony to the fact that Kashmir is an internationally recognised dispute Maleeha Lodhi By:  Amir Makhani & Zahid Akhtar  New York: Pakistan’s envoy to the UN Maleeha Lodhi said that the people of Jammu and Kashmir may be locked up, with their voices not being ‘heard in their own land’ she said Stating that Pakistan stands ready for …

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Special meeting of UN Security Council on Kashmir end


August 16, 2019

Special meeting of UN Security Council on Kashmir end By:  Amir Makhani New York :The UN Security Council on Friday began a rare closed door meeting to discuss India revoking the special status of Jammu and Kashmir after Pakistan, backed by its all-weather ally, China, requested “closed consultations” on the issue. The outcome of the UNSC meeting will not be …

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Kashmiris& Pakistanis Demonstrate outside the UN


August 16, 2019

By Amir Makhani New York: Kashmiris& Pakistanis Demonstrate outside the UN, while Security Council continues it’s Consultation on Kashmir inside the UN building in new york. India and Pakistan, which both now have nuclear weapons, claim all of Kashmir and have fought several wars over the divided region. With the end of British colonial rule in 1947, the Indian subcontinent …

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Amber Alert discontinued for missing 13-year-old Kiah Miller


August 16, 2019

The Texas Department of Public Safety officially has discontinued the Amber Alert for 13-year-old Kiah Miller, who was believed to have been kidnapped from her Montgomery home Tuesday. It’s unclear whether the girl has been located. Texas DPS could not immediately release more details on the case Wednesday evening. Investigators believe she may have been headed to Oklahoma with her …

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West Woodland Hills residents make plea for additional patrols


August 16, 2019

A vocal contingent of residents from Dayton’s West Woodland Hills subdivision gave Liberty County commissioners and the sheriff an earful at their meeting on Aug. 13. The residents were requesting additional patrols and help for what they have viewed as a sharp rise in crime in their neighborhood. I moved from Channelview to get away from the dope and trash, …

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Police credit resident for arrests of Willow Creek Farms burglary suspects


August 16, 2019

A pair of suspects are now facing charges of burglary of a motor vehicle, with credit for their arrests going to an alert resident of a local subdivision. The suspects are Oscar Resendez, 23; Rodolfo Gonzalez, 23; and Marco Hernandez, 20, of Katy. According to a Katy Police Department news release, about 2:20 a.m. Monday, Aug. 12, “the Katy Police …

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Dayton shooter had drugs in his system on night of mass shooting, coroner says


August 16, 2019

The Montgomery County coroner released his preliminary findings into the Dayton mass shooting that killed nine people before police fatally shot the gunman. Dr. Kent Harshbarger released his findings at a press conference Thursday afternoon in Dayton Connor Betts, 24, opened fire with an assault-style rifle in the Oregon entertainment district in Dayton early Aug. 4. At least 17 other …

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El Paso police searching for Walmart hero who they say saved several lives


August 16, 2019

El Paso police are searching for a hero they credit with saving several lives the day a gunman opened fire inside a popular Walmart. The shooting, which happened earlier this month, killed 22 people The department posted to its Facebook page Thursday, asking for the public’s help finding the man whose actions they say were critical and lifesaving. On HoustonChronicle.com: ‘Love, …

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