At least 21 killed, 60 others injured in Taliban-claimed assault.
At least 10, including a child and a journalist, killed in blast on outskirts of city.
Israeli prime minister denies envoy’s claims and says the comments are ‘not acceptable.’
During visit to Riyadh, Nawaz Sharif calls for peaceful resolution to differences between Riyadh, Tehran.
Baloch Liberation Army claims responsibility for strike.
Access to video-sharing site restored three years after if was banned following launch of localized version.
Afghan foreign minister says his countrymen will not accept a prolonged peace process with no results.
Anti-terror court’s verdict is a ‘joke’, says a lawyer for the Bugti family.
Militants warn businesses in Afghanistan to pay 10 percent ‘protection’ or risk being targeted in attacks.
British premier launches £20 million language fund to build community integration.
Secretary of State says the money will resolve 35-year-old issue and describes it as a ‘fair’ settlement.
High-level Pakistani delegation hopes to ease tensions between rival nations.
Imam to appear before court on Monday for further legal proceedings.
Traders fear their businesses will dry up as consumers opt for foreign brands.
The extremist group hopes to recover ground lost in Syria and Iraq by expanding global operations.
Latest advance puts the extremist group in control of around 60 percent of Deir Ezzor city.
An outline of the economic sanctions cancelled and the ones that remain.
Republican-led challenges to lifting of sanctions against Tehran may scupper moderate Iranian leader’s ability to deliver on promises.
A fifth American will be released under a different process.
New scheme seeks to reduce bureaucratic red tape, provide tax breaks to new startups.