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19 killed after Pakistani army training jet crashes into houses

19 killed after Pakistani army training jet crashes into houses

At least 19 people were killed early Tuesday when a Pakistani army plane crashed into a residential area in Rawalpindi while on a training flight, officials said on Tuesday.

Afghan wicketkeeper Shahzad fined after playing for Pakistan club

Afghan wicketkeeper Shahzad fined after playing for Pakistan club

The 30-year-old went to Pakistan after Afghanistan returned from Zimbabwe last month following their qualification for the 2019 World Cup.

26 workers injured in grenade attack in Pakistani port

26 workers injured in grenade attack in Pakistani port

There was no claim of responsibility for the attack, one of three on Thursday in the gas-rich southwestern province of Baluchistan.

Pakistani killed in 'horrific' Australia crime spree

Pakistani killed in 'horrific' Australia crime spree

A Pakistani petrol station attendant was stabbed to death during an "absolutely horrific" crime spree in Australia with counter-terror police investigating on Friday.

Pakistani jailed in Germany for spying for Iran

Pakistani jailed in Germany for spying for Iran

A Pakistani man was convicted in Germany on Monday of spying for Iran to search out potential attack targets for the Revolutionary Guards.

Pakistani terror suspect captained Italy cricket team

Pakistani terror suspect captained Italy cricket team

A Pakistani man expelled from Italy for allegedly plotting an attack in the name of the Islamic State (IS) group used to captain the Italian youth cricket team, media reports said on Wednesday.

Pakistani father of 35 aims for 100 children

Pakistani father of 35 aims for 100 children

A Pakistani father of 35 is now searching for a fourth wife as he romps towards his goal of 100 children...

Man jailed for 10 years in drug case

Man jailed for 10 years in drug case

A Doha Criminal Court has sentenced an Iranian man to 10 years in jail and a fine of QR200,000 for illicit drug possession and dealing, local Arabic daily Arrayah reported on Wednesday.

Pakistani steel giant shows why state sell-offs are stalled

Pakistani steel giant shows why state sell-offs are stalled

Once the producer of almost half the country’s steel needs, state-owned Pakistan Steel Mills’ (PSM) cavernous factory buildings on the outskirts of Karachi stand eerily still.