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Deadly airstrikes at funeral ceremony in Yemen

UNITED NATIONS,Outraged by Saturdays bombing reportedly by the Saudi-led military coalition of a funeral in Yemen, top United Nations officials are calling for the establishment of an independent body to probe alleged...

What’s the Longest Humans Can Live? 115 Years, New Study Says

On Aug. 4, 1997, Jeanne Calment passed away in a nursing home in France. The Reaper comes for us all, of course, but he was in no hurry for Mrs. Calment....

Hillary Clinton proposes expansion in tax relief for families with young kids

The Democratic presidential nominee announced a plan  to double the Child Tax Credit and to increase the amount that low-income families could get back in refunds. Clinton said she is trying to...

Cache Ammunition seized in Takhar

KABUL: The National Directorate of Security (NDS) said  that an ammunition cache used by terrorists was discovered and confiscated in the northeast province of Takhar. In a statement, the NDS said that...

London to celebrate Diwali from this week

London's Pakistani-origin mayor Sadiq Khan will launch the annual Diwali celebrations here at the Trafalgar Square on Sunday, featuring a mix of music, dance and live performances to mark the festival...

Turkey reaffirms strong support for Kashmir cause

Prime Minister’s Special Envoys, Muhammad Pervez Malik and Mohsin Shah Nawaz Ranjha believes the death of the young Kashmiri leader, Burhan Wani, had re-ignited an intense phase of the popular uprising...

Peace & stability in South Asia depends on Kashmir settlement – Pakistan

UNITED NATIONS, A senior Pakistani diplomat has underscored the imperative need for resolving the decades-old dispute between Pakistan and India in an bid to promote peace and stability in South Asia. “South Asia’s...

Pakistan declared best country in South Asia

WASHINGTON,Pakistan has been recognized as the ‘Best Country for Infrastructure Development in South Asia’ by the “Emerging Markets”, a publication of the IMF/World Bank Annual Meeting 2016, in recognition of its...

Afghanistan Polio cases reach to eight

KABUL: Ministry of Public Health on Monday reported a positive polio case in Paktika after thorough investigation. The total number of positive polio cases in this year has increased to eight....

Pakistani traders are facing various problems

The Afghan authorities have imposed 5000 Afghan rupees on Pakistani trucks as cargo charges in Qandahar province close to Pakistan Balochistan province. The imposition of cargo charges has been confirmed by Vice President of...

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