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Most Filipinos satisfied with drug war: survey

Most Filipinos satisfied with drug war: survey

Majority of Filipinos are satisfied with the Rodrigo Duterte administration’s war on drugs, according to a survey of the Social Weather Systems (SWS).

Imran Khan’s election win challenged in Lahore HC

Imran Khan’s election win challenged in Lahore HC

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s election victory from NA-95 Mianwali was challenged in the Lahore High Court (LHC) election tribunal on several grounds.

Markhor, special and costly goat

Markhor, special and costly goat

Like armies they move at twilight, making tactical advance when least likely to be spotted. Only when light becomes shadows and the world loses substance that markhors move down from mountaintops to drink from the River Chitral in north of Pakistan.

Punjab Governor House may be converted into museum

Punjab Governor House may be converted into museum

The committee constituted to decide the fate of heritage buildings, including the prime minister house, chief minister and governor houses, has proposed to convert the Punjab Governor’s House into a museum or an art gallery, it was learnt yesterday.

FM to hold talks with top US official on Oct 2

FM to hold talks with top US official on Oct 2

The United States and Pakistan will resume their effort to reset a once close relationship on October 2, when Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi is scheduled to meet US Secretary of State Michael Pompeo in the US capital.

Thousands protest in German forest set to be felled for mine

Thousands protest in German forest set to be felled for mine

Several thousand people yesterday demonstrated against the planned clearance of a forest in western Germany that has set the stage for a long-running environmental stand-off. Organisers of the protest in Hambach Forest, in North Rhine Westphalia, said 7,000 people took part.

Ready to back second Brexit vote if Labour wants: Corbyn

Ready to back second Brexit vote if Labour wants: Corbyn

Opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn yesterday said he would back a second Brexit referendum if his Labour Party votes to pursue the move, heaping pressure on Prime Minister Theresa May whose plans for a divorce deal with the EU have hit an impasse.

Ortega must to go, demands Jagger

Ortega must to go, demands Jagger

Bianca Jagger once defended the Sandinista revolution of Daniel Ortega. But now, the Nicaraguan rights campaigner wants to see the controversial leader leave office in her homeland.

Truck full of bodies draws Mexicans searching for kin

Truck full of bodies draws Mexicans searching for kin

Dozens of people from across Mexico who are searching for missing relatives this week journeyed to the city of Guadalajara, where a scandal has erupted over a truck full of unidentified bodies.

China navy ship visits Venezuela

China navy ship visits Venezuela

A Chinese naval ship has travelled to Venezuela for the first time, following a visit by President Nicolas Maduro to Beijing this month, where he had been looking to gain China’s support for the Latin American nation’s struggling economy.

Indonesia kicks off presidential battle

Indonesia kicks off presidential battle

Campaigning for Indonesia’s presidential election in April kicked off yesterday, pitting incumbent Joko Widodo against a former military general in the race to lead the world’s third-biggest democracy.

Vietnam to hold state funeral for president

Vietnam to hold state funeral for president

Vietnam yesterday announced a state funeral and two days of national mourning for President Tran Dai Quang, who died on Friday aged 61.

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