Morning news brief: Texas gunman shared intent on social media, Pakistan ruckus, more news

It has come to light that Texas gunman had declared his intentions on social media before the attack. The horrific tragedy saw at least 19 children dead. In other news, supporters of former Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan set China Chowk metro station on fire. Read this and more in our morning brief.


Is it still wild west? US school shooting gunman shared intentions on social media before attack

Before going to Texas elementary school for carrying out attack, Ramos had also shot his grandmother, said Lt Christopher Olivarez, spokesperson, Texas Department of Public Safety. Ramos had also posted about the intention to shoot his grandmother on social media, as per the governor.

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Watch | Imran Khan supporters set China Chowk Metro station on fire in Pakistan

Protesters set fire to trees and vehicles, according to Islamabad police. The police said in a post on Twitter that after the fire bigrade put out the fires, the protestors set fire to the Express Chowrangi again.

Imran Khan

Chinese foreign minister arrives in Solomon Islands, all eyes on the pact

Wang Yi’s visit to the Solomon Islands has assumed importance in light of the recent security agreement between China and the island nation.

Wang Yi

‘Partygate’ Report Out: Sue Gray report details 15 illegal parties

 

 

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