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Bangladesh's deadliest hangman Shahjahan Bhuiyan, who executed six killers of Bangabandhu, dies in Dhaka hospital

Bangladesh's deadliest executioner Shahjahan Bhuiyan, who had executed six killers of the country's founding father Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, died at a hospital in the capital Dhaka City on Monday.

Amnesty International asks Pakistan to ensure attacks on Ahmadiyya community members should be ended

Amnesty International asks Pakistan authorities to ensure Ahmadiyya members should not be attacked

Cancer drugs worth Rs. 360 million stolen from Pakistani hospital

Cancer drugs worth Rs. 360 million have been stolen in a Pakistani hospital, media reports said.

Strong economy cannot be imagined in an unstable state torn by terrorism: Shehbaz Sharif

Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Saturday said prevalence of terrorism in his nation was a complicated matter and everyone needs to play their role to end the menace.

Unidentified terrorists target passenger bus in Pakistan, two die

Unidentified terrorists opened fire on a passenger coach in Pakistan's  Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa region which left at least two people killed, media reports said.

Exploitation of Sikh religious sentiments in Pakistan

The Sikh community in Pakistan has long struggled with systemic oppression and neglect.

UN officials highlight massive poverty, humanitarian despair in Taliban-ruled Afghanistan

The humanitarian needs in Afghanistan are “alarmingly high” and the international community is in “crisis management mode”, the UN Security Council heard on Friday.

Pakistan: 10 picnickers kidnapped in Quetta, banned BLA takes responsibility

At least 10 picnickers were allegedly kidnapped by unknown armed men in the Quetta region of Pakistan.

Ahmadiyya Muslim community members detained in Pakistan for allegedly sacrificing goats

Several Ahmadiyya Muslim community members in Pakistan were detained for allegedly sacrificing animals during  Eid-ul Adha celebration earlier this week.

Pakistani mob kills man for allegedly desecrating Holy Quran in KP

A Pakistani mob killed a man after he allegedly desecrated the Holy Quran in  Madyan area of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on Thursday.

Chinese army attacks Philippine navy boats in South China Sea, repeating Galwan-like clash

Chinese military personnel attacked two Philippine navy boats in the South China Sea, and boarded them with axes, spears, machetes, and hammers to inflict damage, media reported.

Pakistani journalist Khalil Jibran gunned down by unknown men in KP

Pakistani journalist Khalil Jibran was gunned down by unknown men in  Landi Kotal area of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Khyber district on Tuesday.

Joe Biden intends to sign 'Resolve Tibet Act': US delegation member after visiting Dharamshala

US House Foreign Affairs Committee, Michael McCaul, who is heading a bipartisan delegation from the US to Indian city of Dharamshala, has affirmed President Joe Biden's intention to sign the 'Resolve Tibet Act'.

US congressional delegation visits Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile in Himachal Pradesh

A US congressional delegation led by House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Michael McCaul recently visited the Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile in the Himalayan Indian state of Dharamshala on June 18.

Knife attack in Shanghai metro station leaves three persons injured

A knife attack incident at a metro station in Shanghai city of China on Tuesday left at least three people injured.