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Canadian police are investigating an apparent act of vandalism where a cable car was sabotaged and fell to the ground. Almost all of the 30 cars on the Sea-to-Sky gondola fell to the ground and police believe someone cut the wires early Saturday morning. No injuries were reported as a result of the incident.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson as announced that 10,000 new prison places will be created and the police's stop and search powers will be expanded. Many claim the new stop and search policy will cause unrest in the public but the government claims it shows that they are serious about fighting crime.
An Indian man, apparently angered by the fact that he received a BMW as a birthday gift instead of a Jaguar, pushed his new vehicle into a nearby river. The car later got stuck on a bank and a man who was later identified to be the son of a landlord attempted to rescue it.
At least 14 people were hospitalized after a tornado tore through southwestern Luxembourg while another tornado struck the city center of Amsterdam. The Luxembourg tornado then later went on to eastern France damaging hundreds of houses everywhere it went. Locals were warned to stay off the streets and beware of falling objects.
US Attorney General William Barr has announced that the Justice Department is opening an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the death of accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein. His death was initially ruled a suicide but the circumstances surrounding it have raised many questions although no foul play is suspected as of yet.
The man who opened fire at a mosque in Norway has expressed right-wing sympathies online according to the police. He has been charged with the murder of the woman who was found dead in his home. Only one person was injured as a result of the shooting and the event is being investigated as a possible act of terrorism.
The Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) is struggling to save its government in Sindh, even if it requires the sacrifice of incumbent chief minister Murad Ali Shah. Mr. Shah has been facing a corruption probe by the National Accountability Bureau in connection with his alleged involvement in the fake bank accounts and money laundering case that may lead to his arrest.
Former advocate general of Balochistan and president of the Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA), Amanullah Kanrani, has said that provincial governments are trying to pave the way for the Tethyan Copper Company (TTC) to get its hand on the Reko Diq mine despite the Supreme Court having declared the mining agreement void. He said that this would conflict with the country’s laws.
Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that the ethnic cleansing of occupied Kashmir is happening through a Nazi-inspired Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) ideology. In a couple of tweets on Sunday, he said that the attempt is to change the demography of Kashmir through ethnic cleansing. "Will the world watch and appease as they did Hitler at Munich?" he wrote.
The Modi government’s move to scuttle Article 370 and 35A came as a shock. Reaction by Pakistan has been sharp while response internationally is so far predictably muted. The immediate and far-reaching consequence of the move is the rapture of diplomatic interaction between Pakistan and India. The move is also likely to be challenged in the Indian Supreme Court.