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Bilawal condemns terror attack in Loralai, rejects the budget in APC

ISLAMABAD, June 26 -- Pakistan People's Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Wednesday condemned an early morning terror attack in Loralai in which three suicide bombers were shot dead after... Read More


US dollar hits Rs162 in interbank market

Pakistan, June 26 -- The US Dollar on Wednesday hit the Rs162 mark in interbank trading. The greenback is being traded at Rs159 in the open market. The US dollar rose by Rs5.2 as trading continued fo... Read More


Three suicide bombers killed after attack on Police Lines in Balochistan: ISPR

RAWALPINDI, June 26 -- Three terrorists were killed after an attack on the Police Lines area in Balochistan's Loralai district, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said on Wednesday. According... Read More


Opposition parties gather in Islamabad to strategise anti-govt movement

ISLAMABAD, June 26 -- Opposition party leaders gather to attend All Parties Conference in Islamabad on Wednesday. The joint opposition's all parties conference (APC) called by Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fa... Read More


Pilot dies as two Eurofighter jets crash after midair collision

BERLIN, June 25 -- Two Eurofighter military jets have crashed in the northeastern German state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania after colliding in the air. Germany's air force, the Luftwaffe, said th... Read More


Wind turbines killing endangered birds species

PERTH, June 25 -- A conservation group has warned that the giant wind turbines are proving a hazard to birds especially for the endangered species. Though wind energy is considered a clean and enviro... Read More


PM Scott Morrison's 'war on red tape'

SYDNEY, June 25 -- Red tape, one of the politic's softest targets, faces a new bonfire from Prime Minister Scott Morrison. Prime Minister Scott Morrison has promised to "bust regulatory congestion" -... Read More


400 schools closed after latest 'air pollution' incident in Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR, June 25 -- As students faced breathing issues and vomiting, some 400 schools in a state of Malaysia were closed. The schools were closed in the Malaysian state of Johor after 75 student... Read More


Religious leaders urges Australian PM to show moral leadership on climate change issue

SYDNEY, June 25 -- Religious leaders have called upon Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison to demonstrate moral leadership on climate change. More than 150 religious leaders - including the heads... Read More


Indian police arrest ringleader of mob beaten Muslim man to death

NEW DELHI, June 25 -- Indian police arrested the ringleader of who tortured a Muslim man for hours to death. The mob had forced the victim to shout Hindu slogan before death. A 10-minute video of th... Read More