Morning news brief: Pak political crisis updates, Kyiv region liberated, and more

WION Web Team
New Delhi Updated: Apr 03, 2022, 09:54 AM(IST)

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In Pakistan political crisis updates, will PM Imran Khan survive no-confidence vote? Irpin, Bucha, Gostomel and the whole Kyiv region have been liberated, said Ukraine. Sri Lanka has imposed nationwide social media blackout, showed network data. North Korea has slammed South minister’s remarks over military strike capability.


Live: Pak political crisis updates: Will Imran survive no-confidence vote?

Brief 2

Pakistan PM Imran Khan's government faces no-confidence vote in Parliament today. All eyes will be on the cricketer-turned-politician who has declared that he will play till the last ball.


Irpin, Bucha, Gostomel and the whole Kyiv region liberated: Ukraine

Brief 3

Amid the fighting in Ukraine, the country's defence minister Ganna Maliar said Ukraine has regained control of "the whole Kyiv region".


Sri Lanka imposes nationwide social media blackout, shows network data

Brief 3

To curb protests, the government of Sri Lanka seems to have also come up with a nationwide social media blackout, an independent monitor confirmed citing real-time network data. 


North Korea slams South minister’s remarks over military strike capability

Brief 4

Threats and counterstatements seem to have become rife in Koreas. In the latest development, Kim Yo Jong, who is the sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, condemned South Korean defence minister's remarks on Sunday, state news agency KCNA reported.  


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