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Pakistan: Police round up 33 more suspects in Silakot lynching case

Pakistan police have arrested 33 people, who are the primary suspects, in the lynching of a Sri Lankan national in Sialkot city, media reports said on Friday.

Murders take place when young people get emotional: Pak Minister defends lynching of Sri Lankan national

Islamabad: Pakistan's Defence Minister Pervez Khattak has said  "murders take place when young people get emotional" as he defended the lynching of the Sri Lankan national in Sialkot over allegations of blasphemy while stating that it should not be linked to the government's decision to lift the ban on the hardline Islamist outfit, Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP).

Sialkot lynching: Sri Lankan national's remains sent to Colombo

Sialkot: The remains of the Sri Lankan national who was lynched by a mob in Pakistan's Sialkot reghion last week over blasphemy allegation has been sent to his nation.

Sialkot Sri Lankan national lynching: Pakistan police arrest six more suspects

Sialkot: The Pakistan police have arrested six people for being involved in the lynching of 49-year-old Sri Lankan factory manager Priyantha Kumara in Sialkot over blasphemy allegations.

Sialkot Sri Lankan national lynching: Two key suspects 'confess' their involvement

Two key suspects, who were arrested in connection with the killing of a Sri Lankan national in Sialkot, have 'confessed' to their involvement in the incident.

Shocking: Sri Lankan PM Mahinda Rajapaksa reacts to Sialkot lynching incident

Colombo: Sri Lankan Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa on Saturday described the killing of a Sri Lankan national in Sialkot region of Pakistan as 'shocking'.

A day of shame for Pakistan: PM Imran Khan reacts to Sialkot lynching

Islamabad: Strongly condemning the mob lynching of a Sri Lankan national in northeast Pakistan's Sialkot over allegations of blasphemy, Pak Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday evening said the "horrific" incident was a "day of shame" for the country.

Mob in Pakistan's Sialkot burns to death Sri Lankan factory manager on blasphemy charge

Sialkot: A mob in Pakistan's Sialkot area on Friday tortured a Sri Lankan man to death and then burned his body on charges of blasphemy, media reports said.

Pakistan: 2 die in firing incident at polling station during Daska by-election

Islamabad: A firing incident at a polling station on Friday in Daska's NA-75 constituency in Pakistan's Sialkot region left at least two people killed  on Friday.

Ink attack: Pakistan Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif says incident won't change his politics

Islamabad, Mar 11 (IBNS): Pakistan Foreign Minister Khwaja Asif, who became the latest victim of ink attack, said the incident won't change his politics.