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Court frames charge against Japanese Serial-Twitter-killer!




TOKYO: Charge has been framed against ‘Twitter Killer’ Takahiro Shiraishi 27, accused of killing and dismembering people he met via social media, here today.

This indictment was apropos killing of Aiko Tamura 23, first out of nine counts of murders (of one man and eight women) Shiraishi had admitted.

According to details on his profile, he was called ‘hanging-pro’ and claimed he wanted to help suicidal people die.

He had snared those twitter users (mostly 15-26-year-old girls) who wanted to commit suicide using hashtags that indicated they were suicidal or depressed.

Takahiro Shiraishi used to call his victims to his apartment in order to help them with their suicide bid.

There he used to kill them and cut up their bodies. Police found heads, limbs and bones when they searched his apartment near Tokyo.

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Piper-23 Apache plane crashes near Manila killing 5 on board and 5 on ground!




PLARIDEL TOWN (NEAR MANILA): Five passengers (all Filipinos) onboard a Piper-23 Apache (six-seater) and five people on ground died when the place crashed landed on a house immediately after landing from the airport here yesterday (17th of March, 2018).  

According to details a huge inferno was seen engulfing the house and plane as a result two more people on the ground got injured.

Though the Civil Aviation authorities here so far failed to figure out the cause of the crash, sources quote witnesses saying that the aircraft hit a tree and an electric pole just before the crash.


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(VIDEO AND TEXT) Malaysian DG Tourism tells 58000 Pakistanis visited Malaysia in 2017!




KARACHI: Malaysian Consulate in Karachi was the venue where Director General of Tourism Datuk Seri Mirza Mohammad Taiyab spoke to the journalists about his country’s participation in Pakistan Travel Mart (24-26 November). 

He told that tourism was contributing US$20b towards Malaysian Economy per annum.

Speaking about connectivity between two countries the DG told that PIA and Malindo Air offered nine weekly flights.

He said that upcoming launch of Malindo Air’s Karachi-Kuala Lumpur route as well as the e-visa system implementation would further facilitate travel to Malaysia.

Informing that 58000 Pakistanis traveled to Malaysia so far this year, the Director General said with the Pakistani travel industry’s support and cooperation Malaysia would become preferred destination of choice for the people of Pakistan.

Emphasizing on the prevailing peace in Malaysia he said that nobody carried weapons over there.

He said that for Pakistani Muslim tourists food was no problem as all the outlets offered halal food.

Pointing out that Malaysia was the best shopping destination in the region he informed that even Singaporeans go to Malaysia for shopping.

DG said that MICE tourism was on the rise in Malaysia as even the smallest hotel there offered huge facilities for meetings, conferences and events.

Commenting on various entertainment opportunities for families he told about various present and upcoming theme parks including Lego and Fox studios.Earlier, the Consul General of Malaysia, commenting on the longstanding Pakistan-Malaysia bilateral relations, said that participation in the Pakistan Travel Mart would contribute towards strengthening people-to-people relationship.

Consul General said that Pakistan travel and tourism industry would also benefit from it.


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Beijing is willing to solve Rohingya crisis, Foreign Minister Wang Yi!




NAYPYITAW: Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has said here today that Beijing was prepared to help find a peaceful solution to the Rohingya crisis. 

He stated this following meeting with Aung San Suu Kyi, President Htin Kyaw and Military Chief Min Aung Hlaing here today. 

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi maintained that the international community must help fight poverty and promote development in Rakhine. Earlier on Saturday he met his counterpart in Dhaka.


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