New York: The UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) has expressed “deep revulsion” at the killing on Saturday night of at least 24 people, according to latest reports, and injuring of dozens of others in a suicide attack outside an education centre.
Quetta: A remote-controlled bomb explosion in Quetta region of Pakistan on Sunday left at least three people killed, media reports said.
Dhaka: The Bangladesh government has decided not to provide its service to any person who is not wearing a mask, a measure taken to fight the COVID-19 outbreak in the nation.
Quetta: The Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) alliance hosted their third rally in Pakistan where they used the platform to once again target the PM Imran Khan-led government on Sunday.
Islamabad: The Jamaat-i-Islami has announced it will launch a country-wide protest against the Pakistani government on Nov 1.
Kabul: The death toll due to the blast near an educational centre in Kabul on Saturday touched 30, media reports said on Sunday.
Quetta: A blast rocked Pakistan's Hazarganj area on Sunday, media reports said.
Dhaka: Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) members have detained three members of banned terrorist outfit Allahr Dal from Bangladesh's Rangpur region, media reports said on Sunday.
Islamabad/UNI: While the Pakistan government has claimed the Financial Action Task Force (FATF)'s decision to keep the country in the grey list as a diplomatic victory, the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) has sought an explanation from it over the outcome.
Kabul: An explosion occurred close to an educational center in Pul-e-Khoshk area of Dasht-e-Barchi in the west of Kabul on Saturday evening which left 18 people killed, media reports said on Sunday.
Quetta: The Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), the alliance of Pakistan's key opposition parties, will hold its third rally in Quetta region on Sunday.
Kabul/Kandahar: Unidentified gunmen shot dead a woman police officer in Afghanistan's Kandahar province, media reports said on Sunday.
Kabul/UNI: Afghanistan's spy agency National Directorate of Security (NDS) has claimed to have killed a key Al-Qaeda commander Abu Muhsen Al Masri in the turbulent Ghazni province.
Washington: Public Policy Researcher Michael Rubin has claimed that it appears that China is less committed to counter-terrorism and more inclined to a desire to use Pakistani terrorism as a tool to harass India.
Kabul/Sputnik: At least nine civilians were killed and two police officers were injured as a result of a twin blast in the Afghan province of Ghazni, media reported on Saturday, citing police.