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Maryam’s husband out on bail

Maryam’s husband out on bail

A Judicial Magistrate yesterday approved Captain (retired) Safdar’s bail in the case pertaining to the “violation of the sanctity of Mazar-e-Quaid”, and instructed him to submit surety bonds worth Rs100,000.

Qureshi, Hekmatyar in talks on Afghan peace, bilateral ties

Qureshi, Hekmatyar in talks on Afghan peace, bilateral ties

Afghan leader of Hezb-e-Islami Gulbuddin Hekmatyar held talks with Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi yesterday. They discussed bilateral relations and the Afghan peace process

One killed in Ivory Coast as tensions rise ahead of vote

One killed in Ivory Coast as tensions rise ahead of vote

One person was killed and a dozen were seriously injured yesterday during an opposition protest near Ivory Coast’s main city Abidjan, a local mayor said, two weeks ahead of a contentious presidential election.

Nigerian anti-police protesters must enter dialogue: minister

Nigerian anti-police protesters must enter dialogue: minister

Nigerians protesting against what they condemn as police brutality must end their daily demonstrations and enter into dialogue with the government on law enforcement reforms, the youth minister said yesterday.

UN chief: Dialogue possible with certain Sahel militants

UN chief: Dialogue possible with certain Sahel militants

Dialogue may be possible with certain militant groups active in Africa’s Sahel region, but not “radical” ones such as the Islamic State (IS) group, UN chief Antonio Guterres said yesterday.

New Zealand’s next parliament is set to be the most diverse ever

New Zealand’s next parliament is set to be the most diverse ever

New Zealand’s next parliament is set to be the most inclusive ever, with several people of colour, members from the rainbow communities and a high number of women.

Embattled Thai premier recalls parliament as thousands protest

Embattled Thai premier recalls parliament as thousands protest

Thousands of Thais defied a fresh government warning yesterday and again took to the streets, as the embattled premier recalled parliament to thrash out how to end weeks of protests.

Two-week lockdown imposed in Wales

Two-week lockdown imposed in Wales

Wales will impose a two-week “fire-break” lockdown from Friday in which everybody apart from essential workers must stay at home to combat an accelerating second wave of Covid-19.

50% of Indians are likely to get coronavirus by Feb, says panel

50% of Indians are likely to get coronavirus by Feb, says panel

At least half of India’s 1.3bn people are likely to have been infected with the new coronavirus by next February, helping slow the spread of the disease, a member of a federal government committee tasked with providing projections said yesterday.

Coronavirus, rain fail to deter voters in Florida

Coronavirus, rain fail to deter voters in Florida

Early voting kicked off yesterday in Florida, a pivotal state fought over relentlessly by President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden as their contentious White House race enters its final 15-day stretch.

Trump calls Fauci a ‘disaster,’ reassures team of poll win

Trump calls Fauci a ‘disaster,’ reassures team of poll win

President Donald Trump yesterday called coronavirus expert Anthony Fauci a “disaster” and sought to reassure campaign workers he still has a path to victory on Election Day 15 days away despite slipping opinion poll numbers.

Bolivia's socialists claim victory as unofficial count shows big win

Bolivia's socialists claim victory as unofficial count shows big win

Bolivia’s socialist candidate Luis Arce looks set to win the country’s presidential election without the need for a run-off, an unofficial count indicated on Monday, putting the leftwing party of Evo Morales on the brink of a return to power.

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