Chilling footage captures the moment the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) plane fell from the sky before it crashed into homes today.
Most of the 107 people onboard the Airbus A320 are feared to have died after the pilot reported an engine failure and mayday.
“In this blessed night of the blessed month we remember God’s saying: If a person forgives and makes reconciliation, his reward is due from Allah.
“Therefore, we the sons of the Martyr Jamal Khashoggi announce that we pardon those who killed our father, seeking reward God almighty,” he wrote.
Witnesses said the flight from Lahore had made three failed attempts to land at Jinnah International Airport before ploughing into the Model Colony area of the city on a fourth landing attempt.
Pakistan’s civil aviation authority said the plane had 91 passengers and a crew of seven.
The statistics are not exactly comparable because, as this was not a trial, there were differences in the age, gender, general health and stage of illness of the patients. But the US authors of the study say, allowing for these differences, there was still higher mortality among those taking the drugs.
The team also found that serious cardiac arrhythmias, which cause the lower chamber of the heart to beat rapidly and irregularly, were more common in all the groups receiving one of the four treatment regimens. The biggest increase was in the group treated with hydroxychloroquine in combination with an antibiotic, where 8% of patients developed a heart arrhythmia compared with 0.3% of patients not given the drugs.
“In November the choice will be clear: president Trump is the only candidate who has demonstrated that he knows how to get the economy fired up again.”
For supporters of Biden and critics of Trump, the prediction by Oxford Economics was as sweet as the rarest, unfiltered wild honey. Three-and-a-half years after after Trump stunned most observers and broke the hearts of those who believed Hillary Clinton could not lose, their wounds remain sore.