Friday morning news brief, June 02, 2017

Friday morning brief Jun 2 2017
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34 people died after a gunman burst into a Manila casino, firing shots and setting gaming tables alight. Police said the unidentified gunman killed himself after firing at armed officers searching the Resorts World Manila entertainment complex hours after the incident. Police are initially looking at the incident as a botched robbery attempt, rather than a terrorist attack. Read
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US is pulling out of the widely-acclaimed Paris climate change accord. President Trump justified the US withdrawal, saying it was his “solemn duty to protect America and its people”, while claiming that the accord favoured China and India. He added that US will seek to negotiate its way back, or negotiate a new climate deal that is ‘fair’ to America.
A trained LeT handler from Pakistan has sneaked in to direct attacks against civilian and military targets, intelligence reports say. The handler, identified as Hanzia Anan could target parts of Srinagar, Vijaypur railway station in Jammu, industrial areas in Samba and Bari Brahmana and the boys’ hostel at Jammu Dental College, among others. Central agencies and police in Punjab and J&K are on alert following the imput.
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Former India opener Virender Sehwag and ex-Australia all-rounder Tom Moody are said to be leading the race to be the next India coach. Former Pakistan coach Richard Pybus, ex-India pacer Dodda Ganesh and former India A coach Lalchand Rajput are also believed to be in the race. Ravi Shastri, who lost out to Anil Kumble last time, has not applied. The deadline to apply ended on May 31.
Afghan intelligence said the Haqqani network with help from Pakistan’s ISI carried out the Kabul attack that killed over 90 people. “These terrorists once again proved they don’t represent any religion and they only carry out such coward attacks to please their Pakistani masters,” the National Directorate of Security said in a statement on Thursday. Pakistan has rejected the allegations.
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