Pakistan has declared emergency in the areas bordering Iran amid fears of transfer of coronavirus into the country.
Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has said that the Afghan peace treaty would be signed in Pakistan’s presence.
A day ahead of Donald Trump’s brief visit to the city of the Taj, huge billboards and cutouts of the US president and Prime Minister Narendra Modi dotted the historic city yesterday, including the airport and other public places.
Police used tear gas to disperse large crowds in New Delhi yesterday in the latest eruption of violence at protests over a new citizenship law, police officials said.
Nine people were killed and buildings collapsed across southeastern Turkey yesterday when a magnitude 5.7 earthquake struck near the border with Iran, injuring more than a hundred in villages and towns in both countries, government officials said.
Nicola Sturgeon has said she believes “emphatically” that she remains the best person to lead the SNP, as two party heavyweights both tipped as future first ministers commence their battle to return to the Scottish parliament in the 2021 elections.
Standing in his boat in Florida’s Apalachicola Bay, Michael Dasher lowered a long pair of tongs into the water, pulling up a muddy mass of oysters that his son sorted, keeping those big enough to sell and tossing the rest back into the brackish bay.
Broad-based support across age, racial and ideological groups propelled Bernie Sanders to a dominant victory in Nevada’s Democratic caucuses, tightening his grip on the front-runner spot in the race to find a challenger to President Donald Trump.
Families, firefighters and politicians gathered in a solemn public ceremony in Sydney yesterday to honour the 25 people killed in recent bushfires that tore through the country’s most populous state.