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Vietnam to evacuate half a million as Typhoon Molave approaches

Vietnam to evacuate half a million as Typhoon Molave approaches

Flood-ravaged Vietnam has begun evacuating more than half a million people from its central coastal region as it braces for Typhoon Molave, the fourth storm to hit the country in weeks.

Fighting cock kills police chief in Philippine raid

Fighting cock kills police chief in Philippine raid

A Philippine police officer was killed during a raid on an illegal cockfight after a rooster's blade sliced his femoral artery, an official said Tuesday.

Trump boosted by Supreme Court confirmation days from US election

Trump boosted by Supreme Court confirmation days from US election

President Donald Trump's struggling reelection campaign received a boost Monday with the confirmation of his latest Supreme Court nominee, tilting the top body to the right and clinching his judicial legacy in a landmark victory for American conservatives.

WHO: Some countries need to impose nationwide lockdowns to curb coronavirus

WHO: Some countries need to impose nationwide lockdowns to curb coronavirus

The World Health Organization warned that some countries may need to shut down their nonessential businesses again as a way to take the "heat" out of their worsening coronavirus outbreaks.

Zanzibar opposition leader held, 3 killed in poll clashes

Zanzibar opposition leader held, 3 killed in poll clashes

The leader of the opposition in Zanzibar has been arrested and three people killed, his party said Tuesday as chaos erupted on the semi-autonomous archipelago ahead of Tanzania's election.

Two dead, several wounded in attack on Afghan police base

Two dead, several wounded in attack on Afghan police base

A car bomb attack on an Afghan police base followed by an ongoing gun battle have killed two policemen and wounded dozens of people in a city bordering Pakistan, officials said Tuesday.

US to announce plan for Medicare, Medicaid to cover early Covid-19 vaccine

US to announce plan for Medicare, Medicaid to cover early Covid-19 vaccine

The US Trump administration will this week announce a plan to cover out-of-pocket costs of Covid-19 vaccines for millions of Americans who receive Medicare or Medicaid,

Blast at Pakistani religious school kills seven, wounds more than 80

Blast at Pakistani religious school kills seven, wounds more than 80

A bomb blast at a religious school in the Pakistani city of Peshawar on Tuesday killed at least seven people and wounded more than 80, police and hospital officials said.

WWF to place satellite tags on three endangered fresh water species

WWF to place satellite tags on three endangered fresh water species

In a bid to monitor the migration pattern, movement and behaviour of the Indus River dolphin, WWF-Pakistan in collaboration with the Sindh Wildlife Department and Punjab Wildlife and Parks Department plans to place satellite tags on three of the fresh water endangered species, shortly.

PM shares master plan of ‘dream knowledge city’

PM shares master plan of ‘dream knowledge city’

Prime Minister Imran Khan yesterday shared the master plan of his “dream knowledge city” at the Namal University, the major construction of which is expected to end by 2027. Sharing a video on Twitter, the premier said it was his “dream to build Pakistan’s first knowledge city”.

We’ll back any party that comes into power in Afghanistan: PM

We’ll back any party that comes into power in Afghanistan: PM

Prime Minister Imran Khan yesterday said Pakistan will extend support to any government which comes into power in Afghanistan.

Three PDP leaders quit over Mehbooba remark

Three PDP leaders quit over Mehbooba remark

Three senior leaders of the Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) resigned yesterday to protest against party president Mehbooba Mufti’s stand on the national flag.

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