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Fugitive poacher held after 5 years

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BARDIYA — Police on Wednesday arrested a fugitive poacher from Banbasa, on the Indian territory along the Nepal-India border, five years after the crime.

Acting on a tip-off provided by Indian authorities, a team led by DSP Pravin Pokhrel of of Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) has arrested Lal Bahadur BK, who was involved in poaching Namobuddha, the country’s first tiger fitted with a Global Positioning System (GPS)— enabled satellite collar in Bardiya National Park (BNP).

BK also known as Raj Bahadur was on the run after killing Namobuddha in 2011.

BK was brought to BNP on Thursday morning for further investigation. It took one week for the CIB team to arrest BK with the support form Indian authorities.

“After the killing, BK had fled from Bardiya along with his family, and was working at the apple orchard in Shimla,” said Pokhrel.

Two-and-a-half-year-old Namobuddha was trans located from Chitwan National Park to Babai valley inside the BNP on January 22, 2011.

The carcass of Namobuddha was recovered from Narasoti inside BNP on May 18. Charred pieces of the GPS device were strewn around the site, while two dismembered cow carcasses were also found nearby and investigations revealed that the carcasses were poisoned and the Royal Bengal Tiger—protected in the BNP—died after consuming the poison-laced flesh.

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Israeli fighter jets strike Gaza after blast wounds four soldiers

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GAZA CITY — Israeli fighter jets struck the Gaza Strip on Saturday after four soldiers were wounded when an improvised explosive device blew up along the border with the Palestinian enclave.

The explosion earlier Saturday, which left two of the Israeli soldiers severely injured, was one of the most serious incidents on the border of the Hamas-ruled enclave since the Islamist movement and Israel fought a war in 2014.

In response Israel’s army said “fighter jets targeted six military targets in Gaza belonging to Hamas, including: a terror tunnel in the Zaytun area and military compounds near Deir el-Balah and Khan Yunis”.

The army then reported a “launch was identified from the Gaza Strip at Israeli territory”.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at a security conference in Munich called the Gaza border incident “very serious” and pledged to ‘respond appropriately’.

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A Palestinian security source said the Israeli air strikes hit three bases belonging to Hamas in the east of the blockaded Gaza enclave.

Two Palestinians were injured in the raids, Palestinian medical sources said.

Earlier in the day the army said “two soldiers were severely wounded, one moderately and one slightly” when an improvised explosive device blew up along the border fence with Gaza.

None of the soldiers’ lives were in danger, a spokesman clarified.

In response Israeli forces said a tank quickly opened fire at an “observation post” in southern Gaza, causing no injuries on the Palestinian side.

Palestinian security sources said the explosion took place east of the city of Khan Yunis.

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