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Drone cameras banned in Karachi following suicide attack on Chinese nationals

Authorities in Pakistan's Karachi city have banned the use of drone cameras for two months in the District South of the port city following the attack on Chinese nationals last week.

Pakistan witnesses 432 violence-linked fatalities and 370 injuries in first quarter of 2024

Pakistan witnessed 432 violence-linked fatalities and 370 injuries among civilians security personnel, and outlaws, during the first half of the year.

Two security personnel killed in Pakistan in gun attack

At least two security personnel were killed and four others hurt after a bomb disposal squad of the Pakistani Army was targeted in Ankara Dam area on Sunday, media reports said.

Unexploded ordnance goes off in Afghanistan, nine children die

At least nine children died after an unexploded ordnance left over from past wars went off in east Afghanistan's Ghazni province, the state-run Bakhtar News Agency reported on Monday.

50 miscreants arrested for attacking KFC in Pakistan

Police have rounded up 50 suspected miscreants after they attacked an outlet of the American fast food chain KFC in Mirpur region of Pakistan recently.

One petroleum company employee dies in Pakistan blast

A petroleum company employee died after a roadside blast occurred in Pakistan's Harnai district in Balochistan on Saturday.

Presbyterian Church gutted in Pakistan after Friday service, Christian community members demand investigation

A Presbyterian Church in Gujar Khan city of Pakistan was gutted just hours after the Friday service, media reports said.

Students in Gilgit-Baltistan block roads protesting against unavailability of power at university in PoK

The students of Government Boys Degree College in Skardu demonstrated by blocking roads to demand for uninterrupted power supply in the Pakistani region.

Pakistan: Family members protest after teen boy murdered after being raped in Sukkur

Family members, relatives and sympathisers of a teenage boy, who was allegedly subjected to sexual assault before being killed by members of an influential gang in Madina Colony,demonstrated in Pakistan's Sukkur city by placing his body on the main road outside the local police station on Wednesday.

China house fire leaves four dead

Four people died and one injured after a house caught fire in Xiamen City, east China's Fujian Province, early on Saturday, according to the local fire rescue team.

Pakistan International Airlines suspends crew member following her brief detention in Canada

A Pakistan International Airlines cabin crew member, who was on a flight from Lahore to Canada, was suspended after she was briefly detained by customs authorities on arrival in Toronto for carrying the passport of an unrelated person, media reports said.

Petrol price may rise to Rs 290 per litre during Eid season in Pakistan

Customers might find their pockets burning in the Ramadam season and upcoming Eid season as petrol prices in Pakistan may skyrocket to touch Rs. 290 per litre soon.

Women in Afghanistan to be stoned to death for adultery, says Taliban

Kabul: The Taliban has said that women in Afghanistan would face public floggings and stoning for adultery, proving apprehensions of the country regressing to a grim era under its rule, media reports said.

Baloch National Movement demonstrates in Manchester, Amsterdam to mark 'Black Day'

The Baloch National Movement was recently demonstrated in the British city of Manchester to mark Balochistan Occupy Day.

Pakistan Army is losing grip over region, says PoK activist on recent attack on KP

Amjad Ayub Mirza, a political activist from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK), reacted to the recent suicide attack in  Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and said it reflected that Pakistan Army was losing control in the region and  Baloch fighters were growing in strength.