M. M. ALAM
FLORIDA (JAN 7, 2017): The man who had opened fire at Florida’s Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood Airport, killing five and injuring eight, has been identified as Esteban Santiago.
The 26-year-old veteran of Iraq War, who was hospitalized in December 2016 due to psychiatric issues, claimed in November last year that Government was forcing him to fight for ISIS.
According to details he moved from New Jersey (where he was born) to Puerto Rico with his mother and brother when he was two years old.
This is the building located in Anchorage (Alaska) where Esteban Santiago lived from 2014 to 2016 with his girl friend. Here worked for Alaska National Guard. This reportedly is the gun that Esteban Santiago loaded in the bathroom before starting the shooting spree. He surrendered only when he was out of bullets. Though he never had any history of PTSD he had his brother Bryan Santiago insinuated that he could have suffered a flashback from his time in Iraq.
File photo of the Iraq War veteran Esteban Santiago who claimed that the Government was forcing him to fight IS.
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Lone gunman shoots five people dead at baggage claim area of Lauderdale Airport, Florida
M. M. ALAM
FLORIDA (6 Jan., 2017): A lone gunman, 26 has shot 13 people at a Fort Lauderdale Airport here at 2.50PM in the baggage claim area. Sheriff office has confirmed that at least five have lost their lives.
According to the Florida Senator Bill Nelson the shooter had been apprehended.
He had Military ID on him. But the Senator said that it was not clear if the identity was accurate and current.
There have been reports that the shooter’s name is Sebastian who belongs to New Jersey.
Other unconfirmed reports have also insinuated that there were 2 shooters.
T10 League: Shahid Afridi dismisses three wickets in the new format!
UAE: Shahid Afridi yesterday (14th of December) wrote history by dismissing three batsman – South African Rilee Rossouw, West Indian Dwayne Bravo & Indian Virendar Sehwag – off three balls in the first ever hat-trick in cricket’s newest format of T10.
A Brilliant Hat-Trick from @SAfridiOfficial in Yesterday's #T10League Match !!
Scored 10 Runs and Took 3 back to back wickeks!! Also got the Man of the Match Award and played important role in @PakhtoonTeam 's Victory!!#BoomBoom @TEAM_AFRIDI pic.twitter.com/J4EjYTHUYj
— Muhammad Abdullah (@_AbdullahSays) December 15, 2017
Pakhtoons that were asked by Marathas to bat first scored 122. In response Maratha Arabians scored 96 for 7. Pakhtoons’ Fakhar Zaman scored 45 while Maratha’s Alex Hales managed to muster-up 57.
Maratha Arabians: Virender Sehwag, Shaiman Anwar, Alex Hales, Lendl Simmons, Rillee Rossouw, Ross Whiteley, Imad Wasim, Roelof van der Merwe, Zahoor Khan, Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Sami, Hardus Viljoen, Wayne Parnell, Kumar Sangakkara, Kamran Akmal.
Pakhtoons: Fakhar Zaman, Tamim Iqbal, Dwayne Smith, Ahmad Shahzad, Najibullah Zadran, Shahid Afridi, Amjab Javed, Mohammad Nabi, Liam Dawson, Junaid Khan, Mohammad Irfan, Sohail Khan, Umar Gul, Shaheen Afridi, Saqlain Haider.
(VIDEO AND TEXT) Indonesian CG in Karachi celebrates 72nd Independence Day
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KARACHI: Crystal Ball Room of Mövenpick here was profusely adorned with red and white on 17th August, on the occasion of 72nd Independence Day of the Republic of Indonesia.
Consul General Dempo Awang Yuddie received scores of guests including members of the diplomatic corps, literati, journalists, politicians, entrepreneurs and other crème de la crème of the Metropolis.
The soirée commenced with recitation from Holy Quran. That was followed by National Anthems of the two countries.
Host Dempo Awang Yuddie in his address drew a parallel between Pakistan and Indonesia in their struggle against colonialists.
Consul General pointed out that Indonesia was one of the first countries to recognize Pakistan that is now an important trading partner.
Chief Guest of the occasion Governor Sindh Muhammad Zubair while highlighting the brotherly relations between the two countries noted that Indonesia has always supported Pakistan at international forums.
Speaking to NewsPakistan.tv the Consul General stated: “We have good relations with Pakistan since it came into being. Pakistan opened its Embassy in Jakarta in 1950. That’s why our historical background is good for our relationship specially in trade, economics and socio-cultural (domains)”.