Khan urged the Pakistani business community in the US to invest in Pakistan and 'benefit from the economic and business opportunities afforded by Pakistan`s strategic location and the connectivity…
Sri Lanka sits near one of the world's busiest shipping routes in the Indian Ocean and over the last several years China has become a major investor, building ports and highways.
The attack happened at the entrance of a hospital in Kotlan Saidan village on the outskirts of the northwestern city of Dera Ismail Khan.
All passengers and crew members are safe in the incident, the airline`s spokesperson Mashhood Tajwar, said in a statement.
However, it has covered up the massive human rights abuses against followers of Islam in Xinjiang.
The tale of the two 'Green Zones' provides a snapshot of the dramatically changing nature of the Afghan conflict, long overshadowed by the war in Iraq.
Heavy rains and overflowing rivers have swamped 23 districts in northern and northwestern Bangladesh, officials said.
The Taliban denied any involvement in Friday's blast, which took place near the southern entrance to Kabul University, an official with the interior ministry's media office told reports.
Taliban has claimed responsibility for the attack on the police headquarters on Thursday that killed 12.
The report came ahead of Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan's visit to the US which is set to take place on July 21-24.
Echoing similar sentiments, Pakistan People's Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto targetted the Khan's 'selected government', alleging of conducting a 'witch hunt' against the elected lawmakers.…
The deceased, Ram Bahadur Singh, a part of the banned Nepal Communist Party, is suspected by police suspect to have carried out the explosion.
The explosion occurred outside an entrance of Kabul University while a number of students were waiting to attend their exam.
The injured were rushed to a hospital.
UN special rapporteur Yanghee Lee called for the commanders' assets to be frozen.
Travel ban on Myanmar military leaders not enough: UN investigator calls for commanders' assets to be…