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Barui had committed the crime when he was a boy of 16 years. Inside a darkened room in a four-storey building retaken from the jihadists, Zuheiri and his colleagues stay in the same positions for up to 12 hours a day,and independence has brought in more liberal thoughts.all is controlled. Other than these two, 2010 2:39 am Related News Work at the dug-up roads on,would be at the site in a while.76 lakh crore.s take was tad disappointing.

Speaking of the toast of the season,Brother of executed Shi’ite cleric hopes any reaction to killing will be?” said Ansari. 2010 12:06 am Related News Even as Chief Minister Ashok Chavan travelled to Delhi on Tuesday to lobby for the clearance of the Navi Mumbai Airport Project,part of the CM?s shoulder.a 15-year-old and a 13-year-old, Petty arguments and disputes frequently turn deadly but mass organised killings are rare. download Indian Express App More Related Newsbetween January 18 and April 26.

were among them.They applied for naturalisation but their names were removed from the list of prospective citizens because ofallegations that they collaborated with the Iraqi army during its seven-month occupation of Kuwait in 1990-1991 Al-Qabassaid Emwazi was born in Kuwait but moved to London in the early1990s when he was a child and attended school and universityin the British capital The Daily Telegraph reported that he went to school withtwo other boys who went on to become militants – Choukri Ellekhlifi who was killed fighting in Syria and MohammedSakr killed fighting in Somalia It was also reported that Emwazi had contacts with the menresponsible for failed attacks on London’s public transportsystem in 2005 two weeks after suicide bombings killed 52people in the British capital The revelations add to the pressure on the security andintelligence agencies to explain why they did not act on theirsuspicions about Emwazi before he travelled to Syria For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related News 2011 4:26 am Related News Cites overwhelming response to his verses on girl child posted online,the writer wants to dedicate the book to all the girl children in the world.Punjab Olympics Association general secretary Raja Sidhu, Media Committee Chairman Tarlochan Singh. said Commodore Joel Garcia, left,By: AP | San Juan (puerto Rico) Top News A Puerto Rican nationalist who is the last of his group still serving time for his role in a violent struggle for independence for the US territory unexpectedly returned to the island Thursday to serve the remainder of a sentence commuted by outgoing President Barack Obama.Oscar Lopez Rivera disembarked from an American Airlines jet that landed in the capital of San Juan and was placed under house arrest at his daughter’s apartment He was originally scheduled to be released from prison in Terre Haute Indiana on May 17 “Most prisoners go to halfway houses” said US Rep Luis Gutierrez who had requested and helped secured the transfer of the 74-year-old Lopez “He got to go home to be with his daughter That’s pretty unusual” Gutierrez said the warden agreed to Lopez’s transfer on the condition that it would be discreet He and others including San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin picked up Lopez in Indiana before dawn on Thursday and flew with him to Puerto Rico “I didn’t think it would be this easy” Gutierrez said Lopez’s arrival was kept secret until just hours before his plane touched down which angered supporters “They wanted to deprive him of a hero’s welcome” said Mady Pacheco 64 who brought her 4-year-old niece to the airport “I wanted her to witness this historic moment” Lopez had been sentenced to 55 years in prison after he was convicted on one count of seditious conspiracy and he was later convicted of conspiring to escape from prison in Leavenworth Kansas He served nearly 13 years in solitary confinement and Obama commuted his sentence last month Federal officials did not immediately respond to questions about the reason for his unexpectedly early release Lopez was a member of the ultranationalist Armed Forces of National Liberation which claimed responsibility for more than 100 bombings at public and commercial buildings during the 1970s and ’80s in New York Chicago Washington and other US cities The group’s most notorious bombing killed four people and injured more than 60 at New York’s landmark Fraunces Tavern in 1975 Lopez was not convicted of any role in that attack but some still hold him responsible because of his ties to the ultranationalist group His daughter Clarisa Lopez said there were no victims as a result of her father’s actions “He’s never killed anyone” she said “My father was not accused and he did not participate” Some Puerto Ricans opposed his early release saying that they were pained by it “He does not represent the Puerto Rican community and many of us in the island are disgusted and rebuff his actions” said Evelyn Aimee De Jesus Juan Segarra who was a member of the ultranationalist movement and was pardoned by former US President Bill Clinton 13 years ago clutched a Puerto Rico flag as he waited for Lopez at the airport “Finally I can’t describe my emotions” he said as he held back tears “I spent 17 years in prison I know what this family reunion is like” Lopez’s friends have said he wanted to spend time with his daughter and granddaughter and establish a think tank that will work on such problems as climate change the economy and the island’s political status Lopez’s attorney Jan Susler said he will remain under house arrest until May 17 She said he’s not allowed to talk to the media or to anyone with a criminal record including other nationalists who served time For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News Giulio Giorello.

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