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Lahore Church bombings

Pope Condemns Christian Persecution, Grieves Over Pakistan Church Bombings

Pope Francis has called for an end to violence against Christians as he grieves over two terror attacks against churches in Pakistan on Sunday.

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Pakistan's Twin Suicide Bombings Kill 14, Injure Nearly 80

At least 14 people were killed after suicide bombers attacked a Christian community in eastern Pakistan on Sunday.

Nawaz Sharif

Pakistan, Saudi Arabia Vow to Jointly Fight Extremism

Pakistan and Saudi Arabia have agreed to jointly fight extremism. This agreement was sealed during Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's first official visit to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on Wednesday, upon the invitation of King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud.

Maria Golovnina

Reuters Pakistan Bureau Chief Maria Golovnina Found Dead

The bureau chief of news agency Reuters in Pakistan and Afghanistan, Maria Golovnina, died in Pakistan's capital Islamabad on Monday.

Roger Federer

Roger Federer Apologizes for Holding Up India Cricket Jersey

Tennis superstar Roger Federer officially apologized last Sunday for holding up an India Cricket jersey last week, before he got the chance to play a tournament in Dubai. In the apology, he directed the blame to sporting goods giant, Nike.


U.S. Surveillance Technology Spotted Overseas

U.S. surveillance has been spotted on Russian, Chinese, Iranian and Pakistani computers and networks.

Nuclear reactors

China Exporting Nuclear Technologies to Pakistan and Other Countries

A total of six nuclear reactors were installed in Pakistan with the assistance of China. The reactors have a total capacity of 3.4 million kilowatts, a top Chinese official said last Sunday.

Fatal Crash Between Bus And Oil Tanker Leaves 62 Dead In Pakistan

A bus reportedly collided with an oil tanker on Sunday on a road in Southern Pakistan, igniting a fire and leaving at least 62 of the passengers dead, police officials confirmed.

China, Pakistan Sign 25 MOUs to Promote IT Cooperation

The forum aimed to complement both countries' expertise in software and IT.

Malala Yousafzai

Nobel Awardee Malala Cries After Seeing Blood-stained Uniform

Pakistani teen Nobel Prize winner Malala Yousafzai cried after seeing her bloodstained uniform that she wore the day when the Taliban shot her. Fellow Nobel awardee Kailash Satyarthi from India consoled her, calling her brave.

Pakistani Family Massacred By Mother's Relatives Seeking Vengeance After 28 Years

A family in Pakistan has been massacred after the relatives of a 60-year-old woman axed the family to death including the husband and three of the children in an effort to seek vengeance when the couple got married 28 years ago.

China Seeks to End War in Afghanistan, Build Railway

China prepares to spend $100 billion to build a railway stretching from the capital of Afghanistan to Xinjiang in China.

25-year-old Farzana Iqbal

Family Charged For Honor Killing, Killed Pregnant Family Member Outside Court

The four relatives of a pregnant woman, who was fatally beaten outside one of the top courts in Pakitsn due to honor killing, have been reportedly sentenced to death on Wednesday.

Modern Day Slavery

Modern Slavery Is Affecting 35.8 Million People, Report Says

A new report released on Monday claims that there are 35.8 million people worldwide who are stuck in modern-day slavery as they are forced to pick cotton, prostitute themselves, clean up for the wealthy, fight wars, and even grow cannabis in order to survive.

Blasphemy laws in Pakistan

Christian Couple Beaten To Death By Muslim Mob, Bodies of Victims Burned

A Christian couple accused of blasphemy has been beaten to death by a Muslim mob on Tuesday at the brick kiln where they worked located in Kot Radha Kishan in Punjab province, Pakistan.

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